Friday, February 29, 2008

Pointadvantage offers project management training

Thanks to technology, many people around the world are able to learn from the comfort of their homes or even workplaces via the Internet. There are many institutions and agencies that have made learning available to all interested individuals and groups to advance their knowledge so allowing them to advance in their careers. is an example that has allowed many to learn via the Internet. specializes in project management and team training. They offer the PMP Exam Prep, PMP Training, PMI Certification, along with other times of learning available through online or on site training courses. PMP stands for Project Management Professional. PMI stands for Project Management Institute.

PMP Exam Prep is lead by a PMP certified instructor with about 20 virtual sessions. You must attend at least two classes per week depending on the timings you had signed up for. Each session lasts about 1.5 hours. Students and instructors actively interact with each other. Instructors are always available to answer questions asked by students.

PMP Training offers students opportunities to learn project management concepts through all types of learning tools and techniques. Students are able to earn hours toward their mandatory hours. Visit to learn more about what a student will achieve when completing the PMP Training. PMI Certification is available also through states that if a person does not pass the first time after completing their training, he or she can redo it free of charge. This shows that they are confident students will pass and succeed after completing their program.

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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Two Million Minutes Trailer

This is an interesting clip about schools in the U.S. Schools in India and China are being compared to schools in the U.S. as well. Are Schools in the U.S. in jeapordy?

Friday, February 15, 2008

NIU Tragedy

It saddens me to write that there has been a tragedy happening at Northern Illinois University (NIU), in DeKalb, IL, on February 14, 2008. There is about five students and the gunman who passed away from this incident.

Violence, especially in an academic environment is not a solution to any of the world's problems. It just worsens it by bringing people fear each other, instead of trust each other. This is not what we need. I get teary-eyed when I think of what the students and professors were going through.

Let us remember those who are victims of violence. May they rest in peace.

This is awesome!