Directions Training Centers inatructors are certified by nationally recognized accredited governing bodies to ensuretrue subject matter expertise; Theyhave also attained Directions Trainings Triple Certification (They are certified in the technology they teach, have a tenured teaching background and understand how to best connect with adult learners, and are certified in the virtual delivery of training material to meet the needs of our digital world.)
Students in this program will be prepared for Project Management, Project Coordinator, Operations Management, or IT Management roles. You will learn:Lean Six Sigma Green Belt: Define, measure, analyze, improve, and control project risks. You will also learn how to eliminate project waste and improve project quality.PMP or CAPM: Project management body of knowledge. In addition, you will learn how to control risks and manage project deadlines effectively. Career Services: You will receive a 1-year membership to work with CCC - Community Career Center. CCC provides a variety of resources such as a resume and cover letter rewrite, LinkedIn rewrite, Networking Workshops, and unlimited career coaching. Scholarships: Directions Training Center will provide a scholarship off the total balance to attempt to match your voucher amount. Scholarship amounts will vary based upon your three-course choices.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
All prospective students are required to have a GED or High School Diploma. PMP Prerequisites: Secondary degree (high school diploma, an associates degree or the global equivalent) 7,500 hours leading and directing projects 35 hours of project management education OR Four-year degree 4,500 hours leading and directing projects 35 hours of project management education. CAPM Prerequisites: Secondary degree (high school diploma, an associates degree or the global equivalent) 1,500 hours of project experience OR 23 hours of project management education completed by the time you sit for your exam.
You are required to submit your voucher 1 week prior to the class start date listed on your paperwork. In addition, a registration call must be scheduled and completed 1 week prior to your class start date.