US Military

Veterans and Active Duty

With an interest in Project Management 


Helping Veterans -- Good Work Is Underway

A lot of people are doing a lot of good work, helping veterans to see how their military experience translates into civilian project management capabilities.  Often, the one missing piece is a high quality, low cost training solution to help veterans prepare for the PMP® exam


To fill that gap…

Project Road Training is offering our PMP Exam Prep eLearning course to qualified veterans and active duty US military, at a discount off of the normal price of $188 (already very affordable).



Through December 2018, we are offering our eLearning course to qualified veterans and active duty US military for just $17.76


Marine veteran Mr. Paul H. Jones

Marine veteran Mr. Paul H. Jones

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To take advantage of this offer, please contact Marine veteran Mr. Paul H. Jones and request "The 1776 Campaign Price"

Paul will ask to see documentation of your qualified status.

Email him an image of your DD-214 with SSN redacted, to:

If you are still active duty you can email him a copy of a service letter to establish eligibility for the discount.



Or contact Paul by completing this form:

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For more details on our eLearning course, See Here

For some background on us, See Here

For PMP Exam Prep Study Guidance, watch the series of short videos, Starting Here

For more information and resources for transitioning US military veterans, See Here


One Veteran Had This To Say:

Bill Baxter places you on the right road, Project Road, to earn your Project Management Professional (PMP) certification through the Project Management Institute. Following Project Road, I passed the PMP exam on my first attempt. Bill tells you what to study, how to study, when to study, which are the keys to any successful program. His program incorporates unique tools that instill in you, the knowledge necessary to provide the best answer for the many different scenarios given on the PMP exam. If you want your PMP certification, take Project Road.
— Richard J. Hazdra, Col (R) USAF