I searched a lot to find some cheap online training programs to get my 30 contact hours for the PMI-RMP certification exam. But all my efforts were in vain and I did not find any affordable online PMI-RMP training programs.
This happened to me during my PMP exam preparation as well.
At that time I was not aware that any online program could provide the training. I was only looking for an affordable program. After passing the PMP exam I started noticing many online training programs.
The same thing happened to me when I was preparing for the PMI-RMP exam. This time I was aware of the online training programs but no online PMI-RMP training programs were available.
Today I am going to review GreyCampus’s online 35 contact hours PMP training program.
This is my first time reviewing a course on this blog, and I hope this review will provide you with all the details of the program and will help you make a better informed decision.
Before I start reviewing the course, let’s understand the 35 contact hours for the PMP training program.
What is a 35 Contact Hours Training Program?
To apply for the PMP exam you must fulfill three mandatory conditions:
Have you heard of PRINCE2?
If you are living in the UK, Europe or Australia you then the most probable answer is yes. However, if you are based in North America or the Middle East, it is less likely that you have heard of it.
In short PRINCE2 is a project management qualification like the PMP but more famous in the UK, Europe, and Australia.
Although there are many differences between the PMP and PRINCE2, both certifications are there to help project managers to complete projects successfully.
I heard of PRINCE2 when I was attending my PMP exam training. My trainer was also a PRINCE2 qualified trainer and had helped many professionals to become PRINCE2 qualified.
Today’s topic is “Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA).”
No one wants a defective product, whether they are a user or the company which is producing the product. Defects are costly, cause frustration, and may damage the reputation of the company.
You as a project manager will never want your company to lose money or its reputation. Therefore you will use any possible technique to minimize the failure or defects in the product.
One such technique is “Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)”, which is also known as Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and sometimes simply failure modes.