July 14, 2011

Oracle Unified Method (OUM) Certification - Beta Exam Available

Oracle Unified Method (OUM) is now the standard implementation and support methodology for all products. I had posted about OUM Training in a posting earlier this year. The training covered Level 3 instructor-led training and training material was provided for all levels.

Oracle Certification Program team has launched Oracle Unified Method 5 Certified Implementation Specialist certification. The exam content covers the following:
  • Level 1 - Oracle Unified Method Overview and Awareness
  • Level 2 - 3 Focus Area Specific Overview: Manage, Envision and Implement
  • Level 2 - Use Case Overview
  • Level 3 - Gathering Requirements

A beta exam is now available till August 20, 2011. The exam duration will be about three hours and cover 120-150 questions. The exam price is discounted and should be a very attractive proposition to project management professionals working in the Oracle ecosystem. It is a difficult temptation to resist. I think I will register for the beta exam today.

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2 comments:

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  2. Yeah its a good article. According to you what we project managers do is communicating. And a lot of this communication is done during project meetings. It can sometimes feel like you are running from one meeting to another and that your time is often wasted. Meetings don’t start on time, the issues aren’t dealt with, there is no agenda, there is no focus, nobody assigns any follow ups or tasks and of course then they also don’t end on time. An efficient project manager is required for the good management of a project. I think a project manager should PMP certified. Looking forwards to apply what I learned in PMP classes in my company.

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