The videos though a lot of them are not long intervals of mindless talking.
These pre-recorded sessions display the time duration, and it helps; so you can squeeze in a few of the lectures before watching your favorite TV show or going out for your run.
Two trainers (as far as I have watched it) have been doing all the talking- Cynthia Stackpole and C. Aron.
Aron lectures on chapters involving mathematical calculation and I personally liked his style and presentation better than Stackpole’s.
Videos include definitions from the PMBOK, however the course is not an alternative of reading the PMBOK, so make sure you still read it.
So, how is it better than other online courses that are being offered on the web?
Honestly, I haven’t taken a lot of them. What I like about this online course is that, it mails you reading materials as well- for you to keep. So, even when your online access is over, you can still use the CD and study materials to prep for your PMP. That’s a nice and thoughtful touch.
Included is also a graded is a PMP and CAPM Test Simulation which is not part of the course requirement or the score doesn’t affect your final grades.
I think it takes a while to get used to the course, its navigation and utilizing the resources completely.
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