Project Management Professional (PMP®)

PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP® demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects.  



Title Project Management Professional (PMP®)
Duration 40 Training Hours
   
Description This is formal PMP® training course that enables attendees to sit the PMP® exam
   
Target Audience Current and potential project managers, project sponsors, business managers, team leaders, project coordinators, resource managers, quality managers, procurement managers, and other staff at the middle and upper management levels.
   
Course Objectives
  1. Explain the PMP® Exam and Accreditation
  2. Give solid understanding of project management concepts and knowledge
  3. Understand the PMI approach to project management
  4. Give you the knowledge required to:
    1. Apply the tools and techniques to your projects
    2. Manage projects successfully 
    3. Pass the PMP® Exam
Course Outline
1. Project Management Overview

  • Define Project and Project Management
  • Why We Need Project Management
  • Project Constraints
  • Project - Program - Portfolio
  • The Project Management Office (PMO)
  • Project Manager Skills
  • What is a Successful Project?
  • 2. Project Life Cycle
  • Project Phases
  • Project Management Process Groups
  • 3. Project Initiation

  • Why Projects are Initiated
  • The Project Charter
  • Identifying Stakeholders
  • Analyzing and Planning Stakeholder Management
  • The Power Interest Grid
  • 4. Project Planning
  • Accuracy of Estimates During Project Life Cycle
  • The Rolling-wave Planning
  • The Project Management Plan
  • 5. Project Scope Management
  • Collecting Project Requirements
  • The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • The Project Scope Baseline
  • Validating and Controlling the Project Scope
  • 6. Project Time Management
  • Defining and Sequencing Project Activities
  • The Network Diagram
  • Critical Path and Critical Chain
  • Estimating Resource Requirements
  • Estimating Duration Requirements
  • Developing and Controlling the Project Schedule
  • 7. Project Cost Management
  • Estimating Project Costs
  • Estimating the Project Budget
  • Establishing the Cost Baseline
  • Managing and Controlling Project Costs 
  • 8. Earned Value Management (EVM)

  • Project Performance Indicators
  • Project Forecasts
  • Using the EVM to Monitor and Control The Project Schedule and Costs
  • 9. Project Quality Management
  • Quality Terms and Theories
  • The Quality Management Plan
  • Performing Quality Assurance and Control
  • 10. Project Human Resource Management
  • The Staffing Management plan
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Acquiring, Developing and Managing Project Team
  • Understanding and Motivating the Project Team
  • Conflict Management
  • Leadership Styles
  • 11. Project Communication Management

  • What is Project Communication?
  • The Complexity of Communication in Your Project
  • Types of Project Communication
  • Effective Project Communication
  • Managing and Controlling Project Communication
  • 12. Project Risk Management
  • Understanding Risk and Project Risks
  • Risk Concepts and Terminology
  • Identifying and Analyzing Project Risks
  • Risk Impact Scales and Risks Ranks
  • Different Types of Risk Analysis 
  • Risk Strategies
  • Planning Risk Responses
  • Monitoring and Controlling Project Risks
  • 13. Project Procurement Management

  • What is Procurement?
  • Make or Buy Analysis
  • Types of Contracts
  • Planning Project Procurements
  • Selecting and Negotiating with Sellers
  • Managing and Controling Procurements
  •  14. Project Stakeholder Management
     
  • Who are project stakeholders?
  • Define and Analyse Project Stakeholders
  • Define Your Stakeholder' Management Strategies
  • Managing and Controlling Stakeholder Engagement
  • 15. Project Execution and Monitoring and Controlling

  • Putting Your Plans to Action
  • Collecting and Reporting Project Performance Data
  • Identifying and Controlling Changes to Your Project
  • 16. Closing your Project
  • Obtaining Sign-off
  • Post Project Analysis and Evaluation
  • Archiving Project Records
  • 17. The PMP® Exam
  • Eligibility Requirements
  • The Application Process
  • Focus Areas in the Exam
  • Study Tips
  • Exam Tips
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