ETutor Support fromTutors: Ronnie Doyle & Jennifer Gilligan
Tutors Online Times:Monday to Thursday; 9.30-10.30am & 2.00-3.00pm& Friday; 10am -12noonSupport Tutor: Ronnie DoyleMoodle Name: Ronnie DoyleTo contact me; Click on my name at the top of the course pageSupport Tutor: Jennifer GilliganMoodle Name: Jennifer GilliganTo contact me; Click on my name at the top of the coursepage
When does my course start?Your 14 weeks course access beginsthe day you click on the course
You are expected to log in:at least every 3 daysWe require you to be an activeparticipant on the course
You are required to spend 30 hours per weekparticipating on this course20 hours online completing modules and studying online resourcesand 10 hours offline reading, creating notes and revising thePMBOK 5th edition.20.00%10.00%OnlineOffline
Online learning requires the sameeffort and the same level of dedicationas classroom learningso please ensure you can set aside30hours per week for this course.
What is PMBOK 4th edition?PMBOK 5th edition stands for a guide to the ‘ProjectManagement body of Knowledge’ which is theProject Management Institute’s publicationThis course is based upon the material found withinthis book.
What if you have special needs orrequirements?Please let us know.This information is important to us aswe need to know how to assist you.
Online learning may not suit youplease contact us if this is the case
Exams with this course:This course prepares you to sit the ProjectManagement Institute (PMI); ‘’CertifiedAssociate in Project Management (CAPM)’’
What is the CAPM?The ‘Certified Associate in Project Management’ orCAPM is one of the Project Management Institute’sProfessional Credentials.The Certified Associate in Project Management(CAPM)® is a good entry-level certification if you’renew to project management, or still figuring outyour career path.For more info visit;http://www.pmi.org/Certification.aspx
Who are PMI?The Project Management Institute (PMI) are theWorld leading Professional Association for ProjectManagement.They are the awarding body for the CAPM examFor more info visit;http://www.pmi.org
Exam Details:In order to gain the CAPM you must sit the exam.The exam is an external exam held in exam centresin 10 locations only, around IrelandAthlone, Cork(x2), Louth, Dublin, Galway (x2),Kerry, Limerick, Longford,
Who pays for the exam?If you are a job seeker or were a job seeker when youregistered on the course; FAS (through CMD TrainingInstitute) will pay the test fee on your behalf through afee waiver scheme.The fee waiver scheme allows for one attempt only atthe PMI CAPM Exam.Any/all further attempts will to be paid for by you.***You must contact your support tutors whenyou have completed the course.
Exam Details: What is the Fee wavierscheme?FAS (through CMD Training Institute) will pay the testfee on your behalf through a fee waiver scheme. Thefee waiver scheme allows for one attempt only at thePMI CAPM Exam.Any/all further attempts will to be paid for by you.***You must contact your support tutors whenyou have completed the course.
Exam CriteriaIn order to be forwarded for the Exam your Onlinesupport Tutor requires you to;•Log in regularly and be an active participant•Complete all the Modules with a score of 90-100%•Complete the Test Prep. with a score of 90-100%•Complete a Pre Exam checklist (which will be suppliedto you)***You must contact your support tutors whenyou have completed the course.
FÁS online Course;Project Management (PMBOK 5thEdition)(CAPM)[N40](If you are a Jobseeker this course is Free)Project Management Institute;CAPM Exam=‘’Certified Associate in Project Management’’(If Jobseeker exam is Paid for by FÁS)Progress to The ProjectManagement Institute; PMPExam=‘’Project ManagementProfessional’’ credential(Will have to be paid for by the learner)To apply for the PMP, you need to have either:A four-year degree ,at least three years of projectmanagement experience, with 4,500 hours leading anddirecting projects &35 hours of project managementeducation.ORA secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent)with at least five years of project management experience,with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hoursof project management education.Start a new career;Work at entry level ina Project ManagementroleSupplement existing career;Add to qualifications ifcurrently working in a ProjectManagement roleApply to register to start a 3rd Level PMCourse at;Dublin Business school,University of Limerick,IT Tallaght, IT Carlow,IT Sligo, NUI Galway, IT Tralee, WaterfordIT, DIT, DCU,Etc....Please visit; http://www.bluebrick.ieFor a list of course available tojobseekersFor more info on further PM credentialsvisit http://www.pmi.org