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The Project+ certification was created by CompTIA to validate that the IT professional can summarize the properties of projects such as phases, schedules, roles and responsibilities and cost controls. Predict the impact of various constraints variables and influences throughout the project. Understand appropriate communication methods of influence, compare, and contrast various project management tools and analyze project and partner centric documentation.
No, the Project+ certification is an entry level certification.
Yes, the Project+ certification is an entry level certification.
The Project+ certification is ideal for a candidate who manages small, less complex projects as part of their other job duties but still need foundational project management skills.
Yes, the Project+ certification is an entry level certification and meets ISO and DoD requirements.
Yes, the Project+ certification meets ISO 17024 standards and meets the DoD 8570.01-M requirements.
No, there are no prerequisites to take the Project+ training course
With the Project+ certification you can apply for jobs such as Project Coordinator/Manager, Project Team Member, Business Analyst, Manager, Director, Team Leader.
According to Field Engineer, the average salary for a Project+ certified professional is $67,000
According to Field Engineer, the average salary for a Project+ certified professional is $67,000.
There will be a maximum of 95 questions on the Project+ exam.
You will have 90 minutes to complete the Project+ exam.
The minimum passing score on the Project+ exam is 710 points out of 900 points.
The price of the Project+ exam is $348.
No, there are no eligibility requirements to take the Project+ exam.
You can take your Project+ exam at a local Pearson VUE testing center or online.
The Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a known as the largest vendor neutral certification program in the IT industry that offers education, training, and certifications. CompTIA has awarded more than 2.5 million certificates throughout the IT workforce.