Prodevia Learning is very excited to offer the Professional Project Executive (PPE) Certification program to the business community.
(PRWEB) January 16, 2013
Prodevia Learning is proud to announce the availability of the Professional Project Executive (PPE™) Certification Program to project managers worldwide. Designed to compliment hard-earned, process-centric project management certifications, like the Project Management Professional (PMP®) offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI®), the PPE Program by Prodevia Learning allows certified professionals to earn PMP PDU recertification credit while also earning credit towards the Professional Project Executive (PPE™) certification.
Recognized by the Project Management Institute (PMI) as a Global Registered Education Provider and an Endorsed Education Provider from the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®), Prodevia Learning offers a distance-learning alternative to the most popular sessions offered at project management conferences and seminars without the expense associated with travel. Students can learn from the most trusted and recognized names in the industry while developing the most relevant and applicable skills required for professional success.
“Prodevia Learning is very excited to offer the Professional Project Executive (PPE) Certification program to the business community. We’ve collaborated with industry leaders for 10 years to assemble the curriculum for this program and look forward to helping project professionals worldwide meet their existing professional development goals and earn valuable PDU credit while building the skills required to be recognized as a Professional Project Executive (PPE).” added Ken Mauldin, Founder and CEO of Prodevia Learning.
The Prodevia Learning Training Method provides instructor-supported distance learning on the student’s schedule at the student’s location; anytime anywhere. Prodevia Learning’s course catalog offers courses from the ‘Best Names in the Business’ and provides an exclusive opportunity to learn from the most recognized experts without the time and expense associated with conferences and seminars. The Professional Project Executive (PPE) Program represents the equivalent of a three week program of study and requires 120 hours of professional development to complete. Since there is never a time-limit to complete any Prodevia Learning course, students may take as long as they need to complete a course and earn the associated course credit.
About Prodevia Learning:
Prodevia Learning was founded in 2003 and offers quality project management professional development through a convenient and affordable instructor supported distance learning model. Prodevia Learning’s PMP PDU courses offer a cost-effective alternative to expensive project management conferences and seminars and provide the most popular and current project management training without the travel, cost and time associated with attending traditional conferences.
Learn more about Prodevia Learning at http://www.prodevia.com.