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13 years in business
Jeremy J.Nov 3, 2015
I enjoyed preparing for my PMP exam with this organization they cared about my study approach and constantly sought ways to ensure I would be successful.Nov 2, 2015
Elaine brings intensity and focus to her training sessions. She never waivers in her commitment to assist her clients pass the PMP exam successfully. Once that goal is achieved, she then embarks on a new mission to ensure that she passes on pertinent PM related resources to help foster her clients professional growth.Nov 14, 2010
I have had the pleasure of working closely with Elaine Jackson and her company over the last few months. Her absolute commitment to providing the very best products, materials and service to her clients is a shining example of excellence. This is reflected in the almost incredible pass-rate attained by her students. If you're a student or employee, use this company to accelerate your career! If you're an organisation looking for expert PMP Training...you've just found it!Nov 14, 2010
Elaine is the consummate trainer. She is knowledgeable, extremely capable and knows how to deliver the materials for optimal success. If you want to be successful in your first try on the PMI exam...she is the Trainer for you!Oct 7, 2010
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Details are available after assessment of needs to get student ready for the PMP® Exam. Pricing is fair Price is based on amount of training that will be needed Price is based on market analysis done across whole industry and how we are different and add value that has not been seen before Students find our price acceptable and pay out of their own pocket if their company will not pay for this training.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Re-certification with PMI® to hold onto professional status. 5 professional webinars weekly Read 1 book on marketing and sales techniques Network with 50 groups on LinkedIn and engage in professional discussions that add value to the reader 1 professional presentation monthly to introduce others to Project Management Weekly send communication to professional distribution on articles that came out during the week.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Once a Project Manager - Always a Project Manager! Waited 14 years for corporate opportunity and when it did not come-- I change direction -- paid for my own PMP® Training -- took on projects -- volunteered or work --- it took a long time but I was determined to make my career rather than wait for a manager to grant me a career opportunity.