Project Managers are becoming indispensable with their organizations. By 2020, 700,000 more project management jobs will be created in the U.S., according to the Project Management Professional (PMP®), certifying body, the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Today the average project manager’s salary in New Jersey is $85,773*, 6% above the national average. PMO Advisory is a Project Management Institute Global Registered Education Provider (PMI® R.E.P.) and New Jersey’s leading project management training center located just outside of New York City. PMO Advisory is announcing the opening of a state of the art training center in Cedar Grove, NJ, designed to meet the needs of individuals and businesses.
The PMP® Certification is not only for IT professionals but the PMP® certification is also meant for professionals managing projects across construction, telecommunications, finance, healthcare, energy, pharma, and other industries. In fact the recently signed-into-law Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act (PMIAA), opens up opportunities not only within the government setting but also amplifies and elevates the Project Management profession as a whole. PMIAA creates an increased awareness of the need for certified experienced Project Management professionals across America. It shines a spotlight on the imperative role Project Manager professionals play in government and the private sector especially as it relates to accountability, efficiencies, and strategic value.
The public is welcome to visit PMO Advisory’s new training center. As New Jersey’s leading project management training center PMO Advisory offers project management training courses leading to certification in Portfolio (PfMP®), Program (PgMP®), Project (PMP® and CAPM®), Risk (PMI-RMP®), and Agile (PMI-ACP®). PMO Advisory also offers training programs in Project Management Office (PMO) and Organizational Change Management (OCM) training. The PMO Advisory training center located just outside of New York City allows executives and managers to get off- site and immerse themselves in accelerated learning without the interruptions that invariably happens with on-site training. The PMO Advisory classroom offers the following benefits:
1. More effective training environment – fewer distractions from day-to-day business.
2. Training taken more seriously – The investment the company is making in the training causes attendees to take the training experience more seriously and pay it more respect.
3. More relaxing – enables employees to concentrate better.
4. Team Building – increases interaction among employees outside the training room where they can both bond and learn from one another.
5. Creativity – remote environment is more conducive to brainstorming and creativity.
6. Versatility – a wide variety of off-site venues allows trainers to customize training experiences.
It’s worth noting a PMP® can work in virtually any industry, with any methodology and in any location. Employers benefit as well. When more than one-third of their project managers are PMP certified, organizations complete more of their projects on time, on budget and meeting original goals . (Pulse of the Profession® Study, PMI, 2015.). There has never been a better time to consider earning the Project Management Professional (PMP®)** certification and PMO Advisory is here in New Jersey to serve as a partner every step of the way in achieving this goal. To learn about our PMP® training leading to certification courses click here. To learn about our project management training programs for individuals, small teams, and organizations, click here. While on our website sign up for our newsletter to receive special discount coupons on all courses.
*Salary information comes from 3,302 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 12 months. Please note that all salary figures are approximations based upon third party submissions to Indeed. These figures are given to the Indeed users for the purpose of generalized comparison only. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction, consult the employer for actual salary figures.
** The PMP requires a high school diploma or associate’s degree (or equivalent), and five years of project management experience with 7,500 hours or more spent leading projects, plus 35 hours of project management education. Or a four-year degree or equivalent, and three years of project management experience with 4,500 hours or more spent leading projects plus 35 hours of PM education. In addition, all candidates must pass an exam.
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