It was exciting and a real challenge for me to prepare for the PMP certification.
The rigor required is a lot of discipline, effort, time and commitment to do things well.
I was tenacious and persistent, I did not let myself be overcome by obstacles like time, because working and studying in Nicaragua is difficult.
I took two preparation courses in project management. Both on Saturdays from 8 am to 5 pm, very very tired. I studied the PMBOK Guide and simulated from Monday to Friday for 4 hours, from 8 pm to 12 pm. I ended up exhausted. But the effort was worth it.
I invite other applicants, to not be discouraged, it is a challenge, but it can be achieved.
I am an Engineer in Computer Science, graduated from the National University of Engineering (UNI) of Nicaragua.
I have a master's degree in Information Systems Oriented to Business Management, also at UNI.
I have 33 years of experience in analysis, design, development, implementation, implementation and training of software application users.
I have worked in my career since 1987 for the Ministry of Construction, today Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.
I have been working since 1989 for the Institute of Military Social Welfare (IPSM) of the Army of Nicaragua. Since 1995 I am the Manager of Information Technology and Communications.
I have developed Project Control Systems for Construction, Payroll Systems for Construction, Accounting Systems, Inventory Systems, Social Program Administration System for IPSM, Payroll System, Registration System and Control Financing and Savings Program System of the Army of Nicaragua, Control System of Income and Expenditures for Interurban Transportation Services for the Transportation Cooperative "COCIBOLCA" of Granada, Nicaragua.