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In this entry-level CompTIA Project+ training, Simona Millham covers the objectives in the PK0-004 exam, the one exam required to earn the CompTIA Project+ certification.
Most every IT professional is already a project manager — it’s just a matter of proving it. Validate this essential skill set with the CompTIA Project+. After completing this Project+ training, you'll be fully prepared to take the PK0-004 exam — plus you’ll have a full understanding of how to manage project life cycles and influence appropriate communication methods.
For IT managers, this Project+ training can be used for Project+ exam prep, on-boarding new employees, or curated into a team training plan.
CompTIA Project+: What You Need to Know
This CompTIA Project+ training has 51 videos that step through the PK0-004 exam objectives and cover topics including:
- Project roles, such as project manager, project coordinator, and project team
- Project phases, including initiation, planning, execution, monitor and control, and closing
- Agile methodology concepts, such as sprint planning and retrospectives
- Project management charts, such as Gantt, Run, Pareto, and Scatter charts
Who Should Take Project+ Training?
This PK0-004 course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with project management and experienced project coordinators looking to validate their CompTIA skills.
New IT professionals. Even if you’re not a project manager, you will inevitably manage a project in your IT career. This Project+ training covers everything you need to know about managing small and medium-sized projects. Even if you’re not planning on earning this certification (or becoming a project manager), knowing how projects work, how to manage them, and the different types of project management will go a long way as you progress in your career.
Experienced IT professionals. If you’ve been in IT for a few years, it’s likely that you’ve managed a project to completion — even though you don’t have a project manager title. Whether that was a big migration, changing out network components, or deploying new desktops, you still went through the initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and closing phases of projects (even if you didn’t call them that). Project managers speak the language of business. This Project+ training helps you learn that language and how to manage projects and people better. Not only will this Project+ course help you close projects faster, but it will help you advance into management roles.