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SOURCE: Cheetha Learning
The Project Management Professionals (PMPs) at Cheetah Learning (http://www.CheetahLearning.com) are celebrating the company’s 12th anniversary with a video that explains how Cheetah’s innovative “Accelerated Learning” approach helps aspiring project managers prepare for, and dramatically increase their pass rate of, the PMP certification exam.
Carson City, NV (PRWEB) November 17, 2012
Abraham Lincoln once quipped, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” The Project Management Professionals (PMPs) at Cheetah Learning (http://www.CheetahLearning.com) have been following that philosophy for a dozen years as they’ve helped aspiring project managers sharpen their skills in preparation for the PMP exam.
The result: Cheetah has had the highest audited continuous pass rate for 10 years.
Honest Abe’s home-spun, common sense brand of wisdom is getting a renewed look with the theatrical release of Steven Spielberg's new film “Lincoln.” Cheetah has its own release, though on YouTube and not theaters. Its aim: Illustrate how Cheetah’s innovative “Accelerated Learning” approach has dramatically increased the pass rate for those taking the PMP certification exam.
To view the video, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdOu00Ip8EY.
Prior to the introduction of Cheetah’s advanced methods, participants typically studied up to six months to prepare for the Certification Exam to get their Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. The fail rate: 40 percent.
Then Cheetah Learning introduced “Accelerated Learning.” The intense, yet entertaining, classes only took four days; the increase in the number of people who passed the Certification Exam was dramatic: An average of 97 percent.
“Our students rapidly expand their success story by using accelerated learning techniques combined with project management skills,” explains Cheetah’s CEO and founder Michelle LaBrosse. “The goal of Cheetah Learning is to help millions pursue visions much larger than they have ever dreamed possible for themselves, and lead inspiring and fulfilling lives.”
For its efforts, the Project Management Institute (PMI) honored Cheetah Learning with a Professional Development Provider of the Year Award in 2008.
“We deliver a variety of programs in the project management field from helping people pass a very difficult certification exam for project managers in less than a week to getting hundreds of people up to speed on doing fast projects in less than a day,” Cheetah’s CEO said.
LaBrosse has a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, making her a genuine “rocket scientist.” She also has an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering. As a single mother of two, she grew Cheetah Learning into a multi-million dollar powerhouse in the Project Management education field, a competitive arena with 1,600 providers who are registered with PMI.
The Institute recognized LaBrosse’s accomplishments by naming her one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Project Management in the World. In addition to founding Cheetah, she is a popular speaker and author. Her books “Cheetah Negotiations,” “Cheetah Project Management” and “Cheetah Know How,” are available at http://www.CheetahStore.com.
For more information about Cheetah Learning’s various training opportunities, visit http://www.CheetahLearning.com or call toll free in the U.S. at (888) 659-2013. Outside the U.S., call (602) 220-1263.
ABOUT: Cheetah Learning is a Project Management Institute Registered Education Provider and is International Association of Continuing Education and Training Certified. Cheetah was awarded the Project Management Institute Professional Development Provider of the Year for 2008 for the significant contribution it made to the field of project management with its accelerated approach to teaching and doing project management. Cheetah Learning is a quality client of Print & Radio (http://www.PrintAndRadio.com).
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