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Virtual delivery of our instructor-led classes is something we have perfected and have been proficient in since 2011. In this remote work environment, virtual classes are more relevant now than ever. We have also scheduled additional live virtual exam prep dates to provide more opportunities for our students.
“The tools were great study aids. The examples given in the narrations/transcripts were very helpful. The course is laid out very well. I like that it follows with Andy’s book as his book really helped this process make sense. This was a great compliment.”
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“The instructor was great and kept the class fun and entertaining which is hard to do with the content. I was nervous about it being virtual but it was fantastic and I felt more comfortable and relaxed being at home and feel like it helped me to focus better.”
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The safety of our students and instructors continues to be our top priority. Based on current guidelines and information from our facility partners, we have made the decision to convert our public, open-enrollment courses to virtual delivery. We will continue to monitor the latest information related to the coronavirus and the recommendations from the CDC, Federal, State and local officials, and we will resume onsite classes when conditions warrant that it is safe and prudent to do so.
We will notify our students directly if the course they are registered for changes in any way.
Yes! We are holding live, instructor-led classes virtually, and we have offered virtual delivery of our instructor-led classes since 2011. In these uncertain times, rest assured that Velociteach is an expert in virtual delivery.
At the moment, we are not holding classes at physical locations. We will continue to monitor the latest information related to the coronavirus and the recommendations from the CDC, Federal, State and local officials, and we will resume onsite classes when conditions warrant that it is safe and prudent to do so.
We have many offerings for all learning styles. As for our courses that you can access with your computer, we have online self-paced options that you can access 24/7 and instructor-led virtual classes that come with a guarantee for your success.
Yes! We can deliver our PMP Exam Prep and our many continuing education courses virtually to a team. In addition, we are happy to discuss options for onsite training for a group on a case-by-case basis.
That was the original date for the exam change, but PMI announced the decision on March 18th, 2020 to delay the PMP Exam change 6 additional months. The old date was Dec 16, 2019, then July 1, 2020, and the new date is Jan 2, 2021.
PMI’s Crisis Task Force has been monitoring the situation arising from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and has decided to extend access to the current PMP until the end of the year.