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Paul Naybour
Paul is a project management consultant and account manager with particular expertise in the analysis, process development, and implementation of change program management, risk management, earned value management, and bespoke project management training development and delivery. Paul is the Business Development Director of the company Parallel Project Training

Today parallel Project Training are please to announce the launch of its PMP® prep podcasts. The first pod cast was released today on the Parallel Project Training Website and simultaniously on ITunes. In this PMP Prep podcast we start our PMP certification series of 15 podcasts covering the entire PMBok® Guide.

This first podcast covers an overview of the PMP certification and it’s linkage with the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. In detail the topics covered are:

  1. What is the Project Management Institute?
  2. What is PMP credential?
  3. What is the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge and how it related to the project management body of knowledge
  4. What is the process to apply for the exam?
  5. Hints and tip to help you prepare the PMP exam.
The podcast features Paul Naybour and Adrian Taggart. Paul who is well know from his APMP project management podcasts. These have already been a huge success in the UK with over 100,000 downloads. Adrian is an expert PMP trainer. Both are high experiences supporting candidates to prepare for PMP exam. Paul Naybour, who has been teaching PMP for over ten years, said “Our APMP podcasts have been so successful, which such positive feedback, we have been trying to find the time to record a set to support those preparing for the PMP credential, we get many subscribers in the USA and we hope they find the PMI based material of more reliance that the APM based podcasts.” “We are delighted that we have finally found the time to get these PMP Podcast in the can”.
Adrian Taggart said ” we tried to relate the PMP content to the practical experience delivering project around the world. It was quite a challenge condencing a whole week of training into 15 short podcasts, but we hope people find them of value”.

This is first of a series of Podcasts to be published over the next few weeks covering the entire PMBok® Guide.  Parallel Project Training is a PMI Recognized Education Provider and provide PMP Certification training in London. For more information on PMP certification visit

PMP, PMI, PMBOK® Guide, are registered trademarks of Project Management Insitute, Inc.

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