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A. Your best CBCP Exam Prep tool! CBCP 2009 edition study guide and 190 practice questions
In today's business climate, all organizations face the challenge of quickly responding to risks, adapting to change, and continuing operations without interruption. Simply put, you must anticipate problems before they occur, and adjust your strategy accordingly. This is what BCP is all about.
To earn the Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) designation, you must pass a multiple choices exam administered by DRII affiliates or by Prometrics. There is only one exam; your score on the same exam determines your eligibility for certification at a variety of levels – DRII offers four certificates now.
The DRII exam maintains a very high standard for the following reasons:
a) To establish their standards on an ISO9000 certification level;
b) To ensure that people who pass the exam do have strong practice knowledge, interest and expertise; this CBCP study guide is simply the best! For more details click here
B. Comprehensive, effective and affordable CPIM prep package, developed by supply-side expert! CPIM 2009 edition all-in-one combo study guide and 300+ review questions
The Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) certification is essential for professionals involved in: Production and inventory management, Operations, Supply chain management, Procurement, Materials management, Purchasing
The CPIM exams measure your performance based on a scaled score between 265 and 330. 300 is the minimum needed to pass the exam (which roughly equals 70%). Based on our experience, a score between 310 and 315 is considered a good one. Although not all of the questions count towards your score (some questions are for beta testing purpose), since there is no way to tell which ones are real, you should take all of them seriously. For more details click here
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The Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) certification is essential for professionals involved in the areas of supplier and customer relations, international trade, and the use of information technology to enable the supply chain, and physical logistics.
The CSCP exam has a lot of questions that ask for your "best decisions" (i.e. how you will tackle a situation in a live environment). In fact, of the questions you will encounter in the exams, a significant portion of them requires that you pick the best possible options. These best options are often based on experience and best practices not easily found in the standard exam text books. For more details click here
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Becoming a Certified Association Executive (CAE) shows your commitment to the association profession. To earn the CAE title you need to first submit an application and prove to ASAE that you have met the experience and education eligibility requirements. Then you may apply to sit for the multiple choice based exam.
The CAE exam is offered in a single 4-hour session, given twice a year (in May and December) at scheduled test centers throughout the U.S. The exam uses a pass-fail cut-off mechanism determined through a criterion-referenced method. You have to answer a total of 200 questions. The candidate handbook downloadable from ASAE's web site will provide you with all the details. For more details click here
E. CISM study guide 2008 edition and 120 technical drill practice questions
The CISM focuses more on IS security risk management and tends to be sought after by both CISA and CISSP certification communities. ISACA deliberately created the CISM to help foster a better fusion between IT Audit and Information Security perspectives. To earn the Certified Information Systems Manager (CISM) designation, you need to pass a multiple choices exam which covers the following content areas: such as 1) Information Security Governance, 2) Information Risk Management, 3) Information Security Program Development, 4) Information Security Program Management, 5) Incident Management and Response For more details click here
F. Mastering information security for CPP (Certified Protection Professional) exam candidate 2008 edition
To take the CPP exam one must have earned a bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited institution of higher education, plus 7 years of security experience, including at least 3 years in responsible charge of a security function. For those without a degree, 9 years of security experience would be required.
The CPP exam requires that you complete 200 multiple-choice questions covering tasks, knowledge, and skills on the following 8 topics: Security Principles, Business Principles, Personnel Security, Physical Security, Information Security, Emergency Practices, Investigations, Law and Regulations. For more details click here
G. CCCM Integrated study guide & 140 review questions 2009 edition
Covering the general business knowledge module & the commercial knowledge module
In order to earn the CCCM, a candidate must fulfill the eligibility requirement (candidate must have as a minimum a bachelor degree with 24 hours of course work in business management topics, two years of experience, plus 120 hours of continuing professional education) and must pass two examinations, which are the general business knowledge module and the commercial knowledge module. Topics that we deal with include:
General Business Knowledge: Management, Marketing, Operations Management, Finance, Accounting, Economics, Quantitative Methods, and Ethics
Commercial Knowledge: Contract Principles, Acquisition Planning, and Contract Administration
The CCCM exams are all MC based, and you will need to get approx. 68% correct answers in order to pass. The exams have quite many questions that ask for your "best decisions" (i.e. how you will tackle a situation in a live environment). They are not tricky questions, but just that they are not as straight forward as the standard text book type questions. For more details click here
H. Exam essentials study guide & practice test for CFCM
Covering the general business knowledge module and the Federal knowledge module
According to the NCMA, the eligibility requirements for CFCM and CCCM are mostly identical. CFCM will need to pay special attention to the topics on federal contract management. In order to earn the CFCM, a candidate must fulfill the eligibility requirement and must pass two examinations, which are the General Business Knowledge module and the Federal Contract module.
The federal contract management module consists of 110 multiple-choice questions. It has knowledge items that are federal contract specific, even though most concepts and theories of business contracting would still apply (for CFCM you do want to know the Federal Acquisition Regulation inside and out). You will need to get approx. 68% correct answers in order to pass. For more details click here
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ExamREVIEW study products address the difference between merely knowing the material and knowing how to use the material to perform on the exams. To avoid wasting your valuable time, topics that are heavily overlapped, too easy or hardly testable are not included in our guides. We make content exclusion judgment based on our skills and experiences both as business professionals and as qualified exam question developers. For more details click here