I don't follow specific exam formats so have no specific knowledge on this at the moment I'm afraid. I tend to produce project management training packages that are generic so that principles can be used anywhere. however, I have produced websites and products covering specific methodologies, for example, PRINCE2 2005 and 2009. The websites cover EVERYTHING in the official guides. useful links are:
http://www.project-management-basics.com (generic material)
http://www.prince2-2009-basics.com (PRINCE2 2009)
http://www.prince2-basics.com (PRINCE2 2005)
Sorry I can't be of more help.
by NC4Life078 5 years ago
Does your URL affect your placement in the search engines?As many of you know, we are unable to change the URL after publishing a hub. Yet, we are able to change the title. Having a better title helps in the search engines, knowing this, my question is does your URL matter?
by Sp Greaney 4 years ago
Why does your goldfish die even when you look after them?Is it possible that the pet store could be selling sick fish and not know it.
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