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PMP® Certification Training: Updated for PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition

  • Registered Education Provider (R.E.P. 1510)
  • 36 Contact Hours
  • Certificate of Mastery/Completion
  • 24/7 Online Access
  • 28 Courses
  • 6 Month Access
  • Pass Guarantee
  • PMP Practice Exam
  • Real-World Project Scenarios for Everyday Situations

Knowledge areas include:

  • Technical Project Management
  • Strategic and Business Management
  • Leadership
  • Risk Management
  • Quality Assurance
  • Cost Control

What you will learn

This course has been registered by, LLC dba Vector Solutions with the Project Management Institute (PMI). This exclusive training bundle contains all of the training you will need to meet the 36-hour educational requirement to sit for the PMP® certification while arming you with the knowledge you need in order to pass the exam on the first try. This training will put you on the path to earning your PMP®.

*Pass Guarantee
We guarantee that a customer who uses RedVector training products to study for an exam will pass that exam the first time. If the customer does not, then RedVector will refund 100% of the money the customer paid to RedVector for training for that exam. Certain terms and restrictions apply.

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Career PMP 

Project Manager

Roles and Key Tasks:

A project manager oversees designated projects for the company. The position requires planning and developing strategy, including defining the goals and timeline for the project(s) they supervise. The project manager coordinates, documents, and assigns tasks for the project team and provide the team with direction and support. Managing the budget, timeline, and resources for the project are also required. The project manager monitors problems, provides solutions, and implements changes as necessary to ensure the project timeline is followed. He or she also regularly reports the progress to the stakeholders. A project manager may report to a senior project manager. The position requires strong communication, organizational, problem-solving skills as well as strong leadership ability. This position typically requires field work in overseeing projects, and the position typically takes place in an office setting during normal business hours.

Essential Functions and Goals:
  • Manage and communicate ongoing changes in tasks, goals, or performance
  • Participate in client meetings, contract finalization, and development of requirements and specifications
  • Manage project budget to reach revenue, cost, and profit targets
  • Assign resources to projects and project objectives and monitor progress
  • Develop project plans and facilitate resolution of all issues to reach project goals
Other Information:

The PMP can provide a significant advantage when it comes to salary and earning potential. Among survey respondents to PMI’s Earning Power Salary Survey, those with a PMP certification garner a higher salary (20% higher on average) than those without a PMP certification.

Director of Project Management

Roles and Key Tasks:

Project management directors lead a project delivery team comprising project management professionals. They manage a project's scope, budget, and schedule to ensure the project meets the organization's needs. Project management directors typically work closely with head of development and systems analysis to ensure organizational cohesiveness. They also implement staffing strategies and develop collaborative relationships across the company. They are accountable for the health and performance of existing production and business demands. Project management directors must identify any changes in forecast process accuracy, as well as balance resources for producing or delivering project deliverables. They are responsible for communicating and defining the team’s objectives, as well as eliminating any productivity barriers. They plan and coordinate human resource management and among internal stakeholders to assess satisfaction and cooperation. As project management directors, they must assess their team's skills and train where necessary. They have a role in recruitment and making decisions on employee compensation. Most project management directors work in an office setting during regular business hours, but may be required to work long hours based on project needs and deadlines.

Essential Functions and Goals:
  • Evaluate and improve systems and processes to effectively meet project requirements and profitability goals
  • Develop and oversee project management and schedule goals, procurement and contractual requirements, personnel assignments and capacity planning
  • Review overall contractual requirements for projects and specific process design methodology for individual projects

Product Manager

Roles and Key Tasks:

Generally speaking, product managers are in charge of supervising the production aspects of a given product or products. They are responsible for reaching product goals while following strict safety standards. In addition, they must have leadership skills to solve problems, guide their team and motivate their workers. They will also often train current and new production workers regarding rules and using certain technology and equipment. They also may manage expenses according to their area of responsibility and create performance reports on a regular basis. Product managers can also oversee product line budgets and make important financial decisions. They generally report their performance to the product director of their organization. They can also develop sales strategies, training materials and develop effective product plans in order to increase overall sales. They cooperate with other departments in their organization to achieve common company objectives.

Essential Functions and Goals:
  • Determine the demand for products and services offered by a firm and its competitors
  • Oversee product development and monitor trends that indicate the need for new products and services
  • Develop pricing strategies to maximize the firm's profits and market share


Where can I go to get more information about the Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification?

Visit the Project Management Institute website for more information:

Is RedVector a REP (Registered Education Provider)?

Yes! RedVector is recognized by PMI as a Registered Education Provider (REP), Provider R.E.P ID 3577. All courses on this site are developed and provided exclusively by RedVector.

Do the RedVector courses count towards the 35 contact hour requirement for the PMP® exam and certification?

Absolutely. Our exam training package provides you with all 35 contact hours required for the PMP® exam and certification and provides complete coverage of the knowledge areas to ensure you pass the PMP® exam.

Does the program cover exam fees?

The Project Management exam training bundle does not include exam fees. Exam costs are separate.

Where to take the exam?

Project Management Professional (PMP)® exams are administered by Prometric. To locate the test center nearest you, please visit

What type of training is this?

This Project Management exam training bundle is self-paced providing you with the greatest convenience and flexibility to learn on your schedule and at your pace.

What is a PDU?

PDU stands for Professional Development Unit. PDUs are required by PMI to earn as well as maintain your PMP® certification beyond the initial 3 year expiration date. RedVector's exam training package provides you with the required PDUs to both earn and maintain your PMP® certification.

How does the Pass Guarantee work? We guarantee that a customer who uses RedVector training products to study for an exam will pass that exam the first time. If the customer does not, then RedVector will refund 100% of the money the customer paid to RedVector for training for that exam. Certain terms and restrictions apply, read more here.