6-Week Course Offered To Professionals Interested In Earning Project Management Professional Certification

Monday, February 13, 2017

The Urban League of Greater Chattanooga is offering a six-week Project Management Professional Certification Program. This program will begin on Monday, March 27 at the Urban League, 730 E. Martin Luther King Blvd.

Students who successfully complete the six-week program, which is equivalent to 35 hours of training, will be eligible to sit for the Project Management Professional certification, administered by the Project Management Institute.
 
“Project management is a sought-after skill in the fields of manufacturing, healthcare, technology, and logistics,” said Ronni Pruitt, workforce director at the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga.  “Project management involves planning and executing projects and monitoring teams that works toward accomplishing objectives and goals of the organization.”

The tuition for the six-week Project Management Professional course is $1,500.  Tuition includes a textbook, a workbook, e-learning access for 6-months, and a testing lab of practice questions.

For more information or to register, call 423-756-1762 or email Ronni Pruitt at rpruitt@ulchatt.net. Space is limited and the deadline to register is March 22.


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