Introduction:

A Project Management Professional (PMP) is internationally recognized as the best and brightest in the field. Having a PMP certification proves that you have an advanced level of experience and project management knowledge. Thus, you distinguish yourself as a sought- after professional in this tight labor market. Built into the course are the processes necessary to start and successfully manage a project from beginning to end. This covers the five Process Groups of project management outlined in the PMBOK®Guide 5th edition, including Initiation, Planning, Executing,Monitoring & Controlling, and Closing. It also focuses on Professional and Social Responsibility as well as Code of professional Conduct.

Objectives:

  • PMP certification training provides you with a strong knowledge of best practices in project management according to the latest standards, including the PMI’s PMBOK® Guide 5th edition. This is necessary to ensure that your projects are completed on time, within budget, and meet the customers’ expectations as well as quality, safety, and environmental requirements.
  • It shows you how to enhance your interpersonal (soft) skills, which are essential for successful project management.
  • It shows you how to enhance your interpersonal (soft) skills, which are essential for successful project management.
  • It shows you how to apply for the exam, how to prepare for it,and how to pass and attain the highly accredited PMP certification.
  • It provides you with many examples and Questions & Answers related to the PMP exam according to the PMBOK®Guide 5th edition.

 

Main Outline:

It provides the basis for understanding project management.Some of the topics covered include:

  • Introduction to Project Management Institute (PMI) and its Credentials.
  • Introduction to the PMBOK® Guide 5th edition.
  • Relationships among Project Management, Program
  • Management, Portfolio Management, and Operations Management.
  • Areas of expertise needed by the project team.
  • Role of the Project Manager.
  • Project Life Cycle.
  • Organizational Cultures and Structures.
  • Project Management Process Groups and Knowledge Areas.

The ten Knowledge Areas outlined in the PMBOK®Guide 5th edition comprising:

  • Project Integration Management Defines the processes and activities that integrate the various elements of project management.
  • Project Scope Management Shows the processes involved in ensuring the project includes all the work required, and only the work required,for completing the project successfully.
  • Project Time Management Focuses on the processes that are used to help ensure the timely completion of the project.
  • Project Cost Management Describes the processes involved in planning, estimating, budgeting, and controlling costs so that the project can be completed within the approved budget.
  • Project Quality Management Describes the processes involved in planning for, monitoring, controlling, and assuring the quality requirements of the project are achieved.
  • Project Human Resources Management Describes the processes involved in the planning, acquisition, development, and management of the project team.
  • Project Communications Management Identifies the processes involved in ensuring timely and appropriate generation, collection, dissemination, storage,and ultimate disposition of project information.
  • Project Risk Management Describes the processes involved with identifying, analyzing, and controlling risks for the project.
  • Project Procurement Management Describes the processes involved with purchasing or acquiring products, services, or results for the project.
  • Project Stakeholder Management Describes the processes required to identify and analyze stakeholders as well as to develop appropriate strategies for effectively engaging them in the project.