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Summer Sale: Train to become an in-demand project management pro for just $29

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Project managers play a crucial role in business. They improve efficiency by ensuring that products roll out on time and on budget. If you want to break into the field, you're going to need some extra training. But unlike other positions, you don't need to sink years into an undergraduate education to become a project manager. You can get started with the Complete Project and Quality Management Certification Bundle, discounted to $29.

This package is jam-packed with skills that can turn virtually anyone into a project management pro. Students will learn the most popular project management methodologies — including Scrum and Six Sigma — and walk away with valuable certifications that can help them secure a job. It’s the fast, flexible, and affordable way to enter a field with a high paying salary.

Worried that you don’t have the background needed for success? Nonsense. The eight courses included in this bundle are presented using language that’s easy to follow so that virtually anyone can understand it. They’re delivered online too, so there are no schedules to adhere to, and the content is accessible for life so students are permitted to go at their own pace.

The training in this package is valued at $1,170. Purchase the Complete Project and Quality Management Certification Bundle today and you’ll save over 90 percent off this cost and get it for just $29.

 
Complete Project & Quality Management Certification Bundle - $29

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