Offering online access to supplemental courses can help institutions reach new and prospective students, encourage new learners and establish new sources of revenue.
CampusEAI provides services to help interested institutions enhance their online coursework by offering supplemental courses to students and working professionals at affordable prices through the myCampus Web 2.0 portal.
Supplemental Course Spotlight: Project Management Professional Courses
Project Management Professional (PMP) courses are developed according to the latest standards of the Project Management Institute (PMI), the non-profit professional organization that establishes global standards and credentials for the project management industry. Hours that individuals accrue while taking the courses are applied towards achieving PMP certification through the PMI. CampusEAI is now offering this high-end, career-oriented course at a very affordable price to students and working professionals through the myCampus portal.
There are many reasons that individuals from students to established professionals pursue PMP Certification, including:
By taking PMP courses through CampusEAI, members will be able utilize their familiar myCampus portal system to complete 35 hours of coursework through live, interactive video conferences taught by qualified, PMP -certified trainers at an affordable price.
PMP training workshop available through myCampus includes:
The Project Management Professional (PMP) credentials were initiated in 1984 to recognize an individual’s demonstrated understanding of the knowledge and skills to lead and direct project teams and to deliver results within the constraints of schedule, budget and resources. Candidates for the PMP credential ensure that all aspects of the project plan are executed and that progress and variances are properly addressed and communicated. They are responsible for all aspects of the project for the life of the project and not only lead and direct the project, but also oversee team members. For more information on PMP training and certification, visit http://www.pmi.org.
For further information, members can contact their CampusEAI account manager. Non-members seeing further information can contact Hollie Rybak at email@example.com or visit the CampusEAI website www.campuseai.org
1The Project Management Institute is a non-profit professional organization for the project management profession. The organization offers a range of services to the profession including the development of standards, education, research, publication, networking opportunities in local chapters, hosting conferences and training seminars, and maintaining multiple credentials in project management. For more information on the Project Management Institute, visit www.pmi.org.