Earning the PMP® certification demonstrates you have the knowledge, skills, and experience needed for project management in today’s dynamic global markets.

The PMP® certification curricula and ethics are so highly valued that:

80% of high-performing projects use PMP® credentialed project managers and the 2010 PMI Pulse of the Profession study found that organizations with more than 35% PMP® certified project managers had better project performance. 

• The PMP® credential is often listed by hiring firms as a prerequisite for employment.

Choosing to become a PMP® is often a very personal choice and people pursue their Project Management certification for a variety of reasons. Wiley understands becoming a Project Manager is the most important project you are currently tackling. That’s why we are passionate about being your partner throughout the process.

Project: You is organized to first help you focus on basic knowledge of the main topic areas and teach you how to apply the project tools and concepts in a variety of project. Project:You will feature technical blog posts by PMP® expert and author, Bruce Harpham. In addition, we’ll be publishing free worksheets, planners, and guides to help you with study planning, dealing with stress, and surviving exam day.

See what Wiley’s PMP Exam Review can do for you. Sign up for a two week free trial and receive 25% off the Platinum Level Package, or a 20% discount on the Gold Level Package. Wiley Efficient Learning’s PMP Exam Review is written by Cyndi Dioniso, an award-winning project manager, author, trainer, and facilitator. Cyndi will also serve as the committee chair for the next edition of the Project Management Body of Knowledge – the PMBOK6®.  The collective expertise and brainpower you will receive from our team is among the best in the industry when it comes to helping candidates pass the exam on their first try.

After you register for your FREE TRIAL, register to receive PMP Exam Review blog updates emails and become a fan of the Wiley PMP Facebook page and follow us on Twitter. All of us here at Wiley Efficient Learning wish you good luck and much success as you embark on Project: You.