This entry-level PK0-005 training prepares learners to take full responsibility for projects — from understanding how to think about them, to leading work on them, and communicating about them.
Something that sets CompTIA apart in all their certifications is that they don’t teach just one technology, vendor, or manufacturer. The same is true of their project management certification, Project+. Rather than flood you with jargon and confusing terminology, the PK0-005 exam is focused on real-world skills and knowledge of how to plan and manage projects while ensuring good communication and documenting everything that happens.
This course covers a wide range of methodologies and frameworks rather than specialize in just one place — take it and become a more thoughtful, effective manager.
After completing this CompTIA training you’ll know how to take full responsibility for projects — from understanding how to think about them, to leading work on them, and communicating about them.
For anyone who manages project management training, this CompTIA training can be used to onboard new project coordinators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a CompTIA reference resource.
PK0-005: What You Need to Know
This CompTIA Project+ training has videos that cover project management topics including
The terminology used in the industry to talk about projects and all their moving pieces
Identifying each component part of a complex project
Effectively communicating about project stages, deadlines, requirements, and more
Choosing the right project management tools for your needs
Who Should Take PK0-005 Training?
This CompTIA Project+ training is considered foundational-level CompTIA training, which means it was designed for project coordinators. This project management skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with project management and experienced project coordinators looking to validate their CompTIA skills.
New or aspiring project coordinators. If you’re hoping to get started with project management, a course like this is valuable not just because it gives you the skills you need to bring a project to completion. It also helps you understand the landscape of project management terms, ideas, and competing frameworks. Start your career with an understanding of the entire career field with this course.
Experienced project coordinators. If you’ve been working in project management for a while, you’re probably already familiar with all the competing methods and approaches to managing projects. This course cuts through the unnecessary complications and explains different approaches without focusing on any one way — it broadens your familiarity with all PM methodologies while making you a better manager.