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Have you used/heard of TrainerKart for PMP exam qualifying 35 hours of training?
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Hi! I'm hoping to get my "official" 35 hours of certified training this year so I can get certified as a PMP, and I've been looking at www.trainerkart.com as a source for the coursework. I called PMI and they aren't registered as a trainer, but there are many qualifying trainers that are not.

They have a self-driven option for $249 where you get to keep all the course materials, including the 30+ hours of video instruction, and includes the 35-hour certificate I need to apply for the exam.

However, there are several things about how their site and service is set up that raise yellow flags for me, but it might just be poorly designed.

Before I give them any money I was hoping to get a real person's experience with them. Have you heard of them? Good/bad/anything at all?

Thank you!


(I apologize if this is in the wrong discussion, but it seemed to fit best for my question.)
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Hey Chris, all the best on your PMP certification. There have been various discussions around a few bad apples. I don't remember trainerkart being one of them. Hopefully, someone in this community used them successfully before.
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The best thing to do is shortlist the trainers which are listed by PMI.
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1 reply by Chris Goodwin
May 21, 2019 12:35 PM
Chris Goodwin
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Thanks, I'll check and see what that list has to offer!
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I would suggest to check with the local PMI chapter and use their help to shortlist. It did help me as they had a session running for PMP certification and it costed far less than what others charge.
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May 21, 2019 1:42 AM
Replying to RAJESH K L
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The best thing to do is shortlist the trainers which are listed by PMI.
Thanks, I'll check and see what that list has to offer!

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