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I didn't know all that...thanks all you for sharing. I'm not R.E.P, however when I worked for one, I realized that there was a need of train of trainers, I heard about super good trainers and a very poor ones.
Is PMI truly non-profit oriented? Show us how you are doing and maintaining that !
Your question is pertinent:
"Is PMI truly non-profit oriented? Show us how you are doing and maintaining that!"
Thanks for sharing
I see 3 challenges at least.
REP fees are going to be $6,999 - $9,999 +$99 per student.
Have to use official materials.
and for the online REPs "Authorized Training Partners may NOT deliver
on-demand, self-paced PMP® exam prep."
Please, add some consideration about the PMP material for training.
- Who is already qualified to supply education materials?
- How to be qualified?
- How it will be quoted for trainers and for students?
It will be interesting to see how many current REPs choose NOT to join the new ATP program yet continue to deliver PMP prep training using their own materials.
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