eBook: How to Use Military Experience to Qualify for the PMP® Exam

Introducing a new eBook to help Military Veterans start the journey to PMP certification!

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“A great resource for service members that are looking to transition into the private sector. Tim gives readers concise and actionable steps to achieve the Project Management Professional® certification and excel in their career as project managers.” -Jen Czajkowski

Learn exactly how to accomplish the 5 Key Steps to starting your PMP transition:

1.   Understand that mission accomplishment is project management

2.   Understand the experience requirements for the PMP credential

3.   Identify your projects and how many months of experience you can claim

4.   Identify how many hours of experience you can claim

5.   Write narrative descriptions of your projects

Military Veterans have lots of project management experience; but, most don’t realize it or know how to use their experience to qualify for the test. However, at some point in your military career, you managed a project, probably more than one, and probably many more than you think are possible. It doesn’t matter what branch of service you were in, what your Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) was, what rank you were, or how long you served – you did, in fact, lead and direct project tasks on many occasions. I know because I have been-there-done-that. After serving 24 years on active duty as an enlisted Marine, I converted my military experience into the hours needed to qualify for the PMP Exam, passed the test, was awarded the PMP credential, and have enjoyed a lucrative career as a project manager and trainer ever since. In this eBook, I show you how I did it, and how you may be able to achieve similar results.

This eBook is available now for download to any electronic reader from https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/678641. Please let me know if you find it helpful, or if I can answer any questions.

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