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On the top Menu you can find a PM Certification which includes many templates, freebies and other resources. Alternatively, you can also Google it or I guess hope someone else from this community has one that they can share with you.
Skillshare doesn't provide Certifications like other online learning platforms such as Udemy. Having said that, if you have enrolled in one of my courses available on Skillshare, you won't get the "Skillshare" Certificate but one that I personally provide from one of my platforms. Community AnnounceRead more
Hi Bernard, there are plenty of job opportunities for PMs out there. A simple Google Search can showcase thousands of results. Same goes for LinkedIn or any of the many job sites around the world. If you're looking to work from your home country for another country that will be harder, but not imposRead more
Yes of course. But don't rely only on a Certification to get a job. Continue your life-long learning journey, put into practice what you have learnt, volunteer and start leading projects. Experience is as if not more valuable than any Certification.
They are different "branches" or "specialties" of the same discipline. As an analogy, think of a Project Manager like a GP (General Practitioner or Doctor), so a generalist in the field of medicine. Then you have specialists such as for example a dermatologist or a cardiologist. A dermatologist woulRead more
Thanks for sharing Ian. I am familiar with CA and I actually currently use it :)
I'm using Asana. Its really great and helpful to manage my tasks. https://app.asana.com/