BrainSensei vs Coursera Alternative Certified Project Management Training Course

Project management professionals acquire new valuable skills, knowledge and experience and prepare for the official project managmenet exam with the interactive training program, Brain Sensei. The course uses the storytelling technique to help students better absorb the new knowledge.

Post Falls, United States - December 8, 2019 /PressCable/ —

A new powerful project management training course for professionals, a great alternative to the popular Coursera project management courses, has been launched. Brain Sensei is an interactive learning platform that features video training, quizzes and self-assessment tests. It uses the power of storytelling to teach students the project management material and effectively prepare them for the official PMP exam.

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Brain Sensei is a comprehensive system for acquiring valuable project management skills. The online course is perfect for project managers, deputy project managers, team managers, project engineers, programmers or any professional who wants to find new career opportunities as a project manager.

It provides also a good foundation for beginners who want to get involved in project management and introduces them to the different phases of the system’s life cycle, as well as to various processes and types of documentation.

The Brain Sensei course had become widely recognized and popular among project management specialists. It helps participants to expand their knowledge and skills and master new techniques, tools, and processes in project management.

The course successfully prepares students for the Project Management Exam which grants students a professional certification recognized worldwide.

The official PMP management certification has a high market value: it has allowed many project management students to receive higher wages based on the projects and strategies they have suggested and implemented as a result of the newly acquired knowledge and experience. Testifying for the newly gained valuable skills and knowledge in project management, the certificate can take the user’s career to the next level.

The Brain Sensei project management online program offers comprehensive modules covering all basic topics and project management tools. The main course modules are Initiating a project, Planning a project, Executing a project, Monitoring and controlling a projects, Closing projects, Project management for sponsors and stakeholders, and PMP Exam Prep. In addition to that, the Brain Sensei training program features 900 practice questions, assessment test and 4 practice exams.

The course is fun, interactive, engaging and highly-effective. A spokesperson for Brain Sensei shares, “We use an animated story to reinforce key project management concepts and put a smile on your face. Stories have been used to share knowledge and lessons since the dawn of humankind and studies have shown that they make it easier for you to absorb information.”

The course covers everything students need to effectively complete all aspects of project management tasks. Students can use this knowledge and apply important concepts, tools and techniques in every project they work on.

Users can take a free trial of the project management course or sign up and opt-in to receive life-long access to the course material at .

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