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How to Correctly Fill Out the PMP® Application

You want your PMP® certification. The hurdle: the PMP® Application.

Quite frankly, the PMP® Application is complex, daunting, and intimidating. You can spend hours on it, and run the risk of being denied.

Avoid Common Pitfalls

During our lunch and learn, we will walk you through the common mistakes that people face when filling out the application and areas where you have the most potential to shine.

After our course, the time you spend on the application will not be wasted.

Submit Your Application with Peace of Mind

Don’t be denied your PMP® Exam seat due to your application. Be recognized for your project management experience.


Instructor

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Bob Mahler, PMP

Mr. Bob Mahler is project and risk management specialist. Currently serving as the Director of Business Development for Velociteach, Bob consults and finds solutions for individuals and companies looking to increase their knowledge of project management. He served as a substantial contributor to the development of the Project Management Body of Knowledge, 6th Edition for Chapter 11, Risk Management.

He has taught a range of project management-centric classes and has become a highly-coveted speaker in project management circles.

Before his current role, Bob served in the U.S. Army for 11 years and was awarded a Bronze Star for Valor. After leaving the service, Bob began a multi-faceted career in telecommunications working with Nextel Partners, Alpine Power Systems, Nextel and then the new Sprint-Nextel.

Bob has served as a consultant for TSA to develop risk management response recommendations for a variety of disasters. He has also managed and supported project teams for the Department of Homeland Security, and was selected to represent DHS for the National Communications Sector Risk Assessment in 2010.

In addition, Bob’s risk management experience has aided in the response to California wild fires, the Virginia Tech Shooting, Greensburg KS Tornado, and a wide range of Federal Law Enforcement training needs.