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Get over 100 project management courses for only $39

By TS Dealmaster ยท 5 replies
Dec 18, 2015
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  1. In any professional field you're on projects will need to get done. Certified project managers earn 17% more than their uncertified counterparts, so now’s the time to brush up your skills with the comprehensive eduCBA Project Management and Quality Management course bundle, now just $39 in the TechSpot Store.

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  2. Uncle Al

    Uncle Al TS Evangelist Posts: 2,794   +1,533

    Having been a Project Manager for over 30 years, I am constantly amazed to see things like this that think they can make you a competent PM through course work and lots of software. Oh sure, you can build the gantt charts, talk endlessly about critical path, waterfall, etc, etc, but if you don't have more in depth knowledge about the subject, you have a tremendous probability of failure. Imagine trying to take on a multi-million dollar project in the healthcare industry and knowing nothing about healthcare. This is another one of those professions that somebody decided to sell a bunch of certificates and diploma's at high cost and call it professional certification. My own speciality is nuclear & environmental restoration. Do you want to entrust work in those two fields to a "newby" and hope it turns out well?
  3. davislane1

    davislane1 Inquisitor Posts: 4,490   +3,487

    The purpose of course work isn't to replace experience, it's to supplement it.

    The sales pitch is (experience + education) > (experience), which is demonstrably true. It's also a requirement for corporate ladder climbers in certain companies.
  4. Uncle Al

    Uncle Al TS Evangelist Posts: 2,794   +1,533

    HAHAHAHAHA .... yes, I hear that explanation quite a bit, particularly from companies that call me in to try to rescue their project after their well educated PM has made his second or third million dollar mistake. Thankfully, the top companies are rapidly realizing the worth of all that education so my phone is ringing off the hook! Keep up the great work!
  5. Steven Crossman

    Steven Crossman TS Rookie

    Project management is a very necessary thing in any project. This site provides proper guidance and tips and tricks to perform good in any company they also provide technical and non-technical assistance during and after the course. They also provide certificate on completion of the course.
  6. Uncle Al

    Uncle Al TS Evangelist Posts: 2,794   +1,533

    HAHAHAHA .... another minion trying to sell the product.

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