PMI PMP Course

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    About Course

    PMP® stands for Project Management Professional. The Project Management Professional certification is a globally reputed and recognized certification in the field of Project Management, and it is provided to project management professionals, who clear the PMP certification examination. The PMP certification is issued by the Project Management Institute (PMI), which is the world’s leading association of Project Management Professionals.

    To write your PMP exam it is mandatory for every applicant to attend 35 contact hours training certificate on Project Management. This training is one of the mandatory requirement for your PMP application.

    I have conducted PMI-PMP (Project Management Professional) for hundred of batches and thousands of students across India and APEC region. It is 35 hours workshop. If you cannot stretch in class for more than 9.5 hours every day then I recommend this training for 5 days else 7 hours study every day in four days you will not be enough to get the kind of exposure needed before you start preparing for PMP.

    As any other PMI certification, you do not get PMP certification just by taking training. After training you need to prepare minimum 100+ hours before you write your exam and prove that you deserve this certificate!

    This course is Based on PMBOK 6th Edition.

    Why this Course?

    • Globally recognized and respected certification
    • The PMP certification demonstrates your expertise in Project Management
    • You will be a member of one of the most prestigious professional groups
    • Recognized by leading companies worldwide
    • Better job opportunities

    Who can take this Course?

    • Professionals who are involved in projects and want to grow in the Project Management side of the project
    • Project Managers, who are looking to learn systematic way of managing project.
    • Project Managers, looking for recognition from management, customer and other stakeholders.
    • Team Leads and Executives as Project Management Office
    • Any professionals aspiring to be a Certified Project Manager

    Course Outline

    • PART-1
      • Participants expectation setting, understanding their role and challenges
      • Introduction to PMI, PMI Standards and Project Management
      • PMP Certification Process
      • Baseline Exam
    • PART-2
      • Introduction to Knowledge Areas, Process Groups and PMBoK Processes
      • Project Management Framework
      • Project vs Operations
      • Project Constraints
      • Project Phases, Milestones, Deliverables, Activities
      • Project Lifecycle (PLC) & Level of Activities
      • Typical Costing & Staffing across PLC
      • Risk, Cost of Change in PLC
      • Project Boundary
      • Relationship between Process Group & Phases
      • Project Management
      • Program Management
      • Portfolio Management
      • Project/Program Management Office
      • The interdependence of Portfolio, Program, and Project
      • Project Stakeholders
      • Stakeholder Register
      • Organization Types & Influence of Project Success
      • Project Management Methodologies
      • Configuration Management
      • Progressive Elaboration
      • Rolling Wave Planning
      • Project Documents
      • Project Management Plan
      • Organizational Process Assets
      • Enterprise Environmental Factors
      • Project Selection Criteria
      • General Tools & Techniques in PMBOK
      • Data Analysis T&T in PMBOK
      • Data Representation T&T in PMBOK
      • Data Gathering T&T in PMBOK
      • Expert Judgement T&T in PMBOK
      • Decision Making T&T in PMBOK
      • Interpersonal & Team Skill T&T in PMBOK
      • Meetings in PMBOK
      • Project Manager Responsibilities
      • Project Management Knowledge Areas
      • Process Groups
    • PART-3: Project Integration Management
      • Develop Project Charter
      • Develop Project Management Plan
      • Direct & Manage Project Work
      • Manage Project Knowledge
      • Perform Integrated Change Control
      • Monitor & Control Project Work
      • Close Project or Phase
    • PART-4 : Project Scope Management
      • Plan Scope Management
      • Collect Requirement
      • Define scope
      • Create WBS
      • Validate Scope
      • Control Scope
    • PART-5: Project Schedule Management
      • Plan Schedule Management
      • Define Activities
      • Sequence Activities
      • Dependency Types
      • Lead & Lags
      • PDM
      • Estimate Activity Durations
      • Estimation Techniques
      • Bottom Up
      • 3 Points
      • Parametric
      • Published Estimating Data
      • Analogous
      • Reserve Analysis
      • Develop Schedule
      • Control Schedule
    • PART-6: Project Cost Management
      • Plan Cost Management
      • Estimate Cost
      • Estimation Techniques (Extra)
      • Cost of Quality
      • Vendor Bid Analysis
      • Determine Budget
      • Historical Information Review
      • Cost Aggregation
      • Fund Limit Reconciliation
      • Financing
      • Control Cost
      • Earned Value Management
      • Forecasting Methods
      • TCPI
    • PART-7: Project Quality Management
      • Plan Quality
      • Cost-benefit analysis
      • Cost of Quality
      • Seven basic quality tools
      • Benchmarking
      • Design of experiments
      • Statistical sampling
      • Manage Quality
      • Quality Audits
      • Process Analysis
      • Perform Quality Control
    • PART-8 : Project  Resource Management
      • Develop Resource Management Plan
      • RAM / RACI
      • Project Organization Charts
      • Staffing Management
      • Project and Organization Calendars
      • Type of Powers
      • 5 Stages of Team Development
      • Estimate Activity Resources
      • Resource Estimation Techniques
      • Acquire Team
      • Virtual Teams
      • Resource Acquisition
      • Negotiation
      • Pre-Assignments
      • Multi-criteria Decision Analysis
      • Develop Team
      • Interpersonal Skills
      • Training
      • Team-building activities
      • Ground Rules
      • Co-location
      • Recognition and Rewards
      • Personnel Assessment Tools
      • Manage Team
      • Observation & Conversation
      • Project Performance Appraisals
      • Conflict Management
      • Interpersonal Skills
      • Team Motivation
      • Control Resources
    • PART-9 : Project Communication Management
      • Plan Communications
      • Communication Channels
      • Communication Technologies
      • Communication Models
      • Communication Methods
      • Information Management Systems
      • Performance Reporting Systems
      • Manage Communications
      • Monitor Communications
    • PART-10 : Project Risk Management
      • Plan Risk Management
      • Identify Risk
      • Assumption Analysis
      • Checklist Analysis
      • SWOT Analysis
      • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
      • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
      • Plan Risk Response
      • Contingency Response Planning
      • Strategies for Negative and Positive Risks
      • Implement Risk Responses
      • Monitor Risk
      • Risk Reassessment
      • Risk Audits
      • Variance and Trend Analysis
      • Reserve Analysis
    • PART-11: Project Procurement Management
      • Plan Procurement Management
      • Contract Types
      • Market Research
      • Make or Buy Analysis
      • Conduct Procurement
      • Bidder Conference
      • Proposal Evaluation Techniques
      • Independent Estimates
      • Advertising
      • Procurement Negotiations
      • Control Procurement
      • Contract Change Control Systems
      • Procurement Performance Review
      • Claim Administrations
      • Payment Systems
      • Performance Reporting Systems
    • PART-12: Project Stakeholder Management
      • Identify Stakeholder
      • Stakeholder Analysis
      • Plan Stakeholder Engagement
      • Manage Stakeholder Engagement
      • Interpersonal Skills
      • Management Skills
      • Monitor Stakeholder Engagement
    • PART-13
      • PMI’s Standard- Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct
      • PMP Exam Tips, Final Assessment
      • Team Presentation

    Course Details

    Classroom Based Training: This is for a corporate batch of 10+ participants at one physical location. Based on the need of your company you can request for this training. This training can be conducted on your premises or in a nearby facility which is near to most of the participants.

    Live Virtual Class (LVC): This is for individuals who are spread across different physical locations. In this training, we have live classes, discussions, and QA.

    Online Self-Paced Training: You can take training at your pace, whatever time suits you. But this training needs to be completed within 6 months after buying the course. We have online recorded video sessions and quizzed you can take at your convenience.

    Prerequisite for writing PMP exam is

    • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent)
    • 7,500 hours leading and directing projects
    • 35 hours of project management education (provided by this training)

    Or

    • 4 Years degree
    • 4,500 hours leading and directing projects
      35 hours of project management education (provided by this training)

    Therefore it is expected that participants of this training have a fairly good idea about project environment and project management.

    • 35 PDU Certificate, which can be used to submit your PMP application.
    • Understand complete project management framework
    • Learn 10 Knowledge Areas of a Project from PMBOK
    • Learn 5 Process groups of a Project from PMBOK
    • Learn 49 Processes of a Project from PMBOK
    • Learn 150+ Tools & Techniques of a Project from PMBOK (grouped in 65 TT)
    • Learn about Organizational Process Assets & Enterprise Environmental Factors
    • Learn to manage a project from start to end
    • Tips to prepare for PMP Exam
    • A printed copy of training slides
    • Books for Exam Preparation (optional)
    • Process Charts & Other Exam Preparation Tools (optional)

    However above course plan is 4 days, but in most cases, when the audience is less experienced in project management then participants struggle to assimilate the important ideas in 4 days. Therefore it is always recommended to keep it for 5 Days (40 Hours)

    Depending upon delivery mode different tools and methods are explored to engage the participants and ensure that you are really learning concepts.

    • Concept Explanation with the example of day to day life
    • Module end quizzes
    • Role Plays
    • Case Study
    • Group Exercises
    • Q&A Sessions
    • Quizzes

    FAQ

    As PMP® certified professional, you need to renew the certification once in 3 years. The criteria for renewal is collecting 60 PDUs (Professional Development Units) for the 3-Year period. These PDUs can be acquired by delivering management training, attending PMI® or Other recognized training as well attending PMP® chapter conferences

    In one year, a candidate can attempt maximum 3 times

    PMI® membership is not mandatory but this comes with no extra cost for the first year. As PMI membership fee is US$139, and PMP® exam fee for member US$405, non-member US$555. You effectively save $12 taking PMI membership.

    Yes. When you become a member you get access to your PMBOK copy. You may print your copy of the PMBOK® handbook but you are not allowed to distribute it as per the PMI® license agreement. Obviously, you are not allowed to share your softcopy with anybody.

    Yes, you can drop email or call trainer based on the mutual availability.