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With eleven courses and 120 hours of training, this bundle will help you get certified in Agile, PMP, Scrum, Six Sigma, and more
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12.09.19
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Companies ranging from small startups to international conglomerates are always on the lookout for talented project managers who can lead teams, exceed goals, and innovate new products and services.

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With eleven courses and 120 hours of training, this bundle will help you get certified in Agile, PMP, Scrum, Six Sigma, and more vital methodologies project managers use every day.

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