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ProjectPro is a Registered Education Provider (REP) no. 3618 with the Project Management Institute (PMI) and has developed a series of courses for you to undertake at your own pace, place and time.

Construction Project Management

Calling Gauteng Project Managers

 Who should Attend?

 Engineers, Construction Project Managers, Consulting and Design Engineers, Engineers-in-Training, Functional Managers, Project Sponsors, Architects, Quantity Surveyors, etc. will find this course  invaluable. For more info or to register




ProjectPro courses have been accredited/registered with:

  • Project Management Institute Registered Education Provider (REP) No. 3618
  • South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) / Services SETA No. 097
  • Project Management South Africa (PMSA) No. 0027
  • The South African Institute of Civil Engineers (SAICE) 3 CPD credits or 15 hours No. SAICEproj17/02039/17
  • Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA)
  • South African Council of Project and Construction Management Professionals (SACPCMP) 15 CPD hours No. SACPCMP/CPD/12/023/RV


eLearning Demo Course

This highly interactive ProjectPro® online course will show you some features which should convince you to register for the full learning experience.

This demo samples some of the topics we cover in the Foundation module, which is one of 14 modules which comprise the whole course. Click on the icons for video clips, audio clips, articles and case studies to explore the richness of this course. 



30 June 2020 will be the last day to take the current version of the PMP exam

Need to take the exam before it changes? Hurry! register. Current PMP® Exam Content Outline . See what is changing


The PMP Application will also change in  December 2019

A few things to keep in mind, depending on how far you are on your path to the PMP:


The PMP application will also change in December, but if you submit your application before then, please continue using the current application. We'll share more information here as it becomes available. 

  • Schedule your exam early. This will allow you to select the date and location that will work best with your schedule. Most people reserve their exam date 3 months in advance.
  • Pay for your exam promptly. You can only schedule your exam after you've paid for it.
  • Allow yourself enough time. Make sure you are able to follow the PMP timeline:

    o   Once you open the application, you have 90 days to complete and submit it.

    o   You have one year from the date of your application approval to pass the exam. Sometimes, more than one attempt
          is necessary so be sure to leave enough time to re-take the exam b

ProjectPro held Engineering and Construction Project Management course on the 19-21 November 2019 for the preparation of their Professional Construction Project Manager (PrCPM) Professional Interview. From left: The (Facilitator) Jos de Franca, Daniel Wagenaar, Sylvester Lerotholi, Sihle Zwane, Ramford Zwane and Antoinette Monama (Administration).

We received a lot of positive feedback in the construction sector and as a result ProjectPro will be launching a series of micro-, mini-, and short courses aimed to support the emerging contractors in the #construction sector. read more.


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