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Intended for anyone preparing to sit for the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional (PMP) exam, this course will satisfy the project management training and PMP exam requirements. As well, it will broaden students’ understanding of all the knowledge areas of PMI’s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and prepare students to pass the PMI certification exam.

Program Content

Project Scope Management:

  • Initiation
  • Scope: planning, definition, verification, and change control

Project Time Management:

  • Activity: definition, sequencing, and duration estimating
  • Schedule: development and control

Project Cost:

  • Management resource planning
  • Cost: estimating, budgeting, and control

Project Quality Management:

  • Quality: planning, assurance, and control

Project Human Resources Management:

  •  Organizational planning
  • Staff acquisition
  • Team development

Project Communication:

  • Management communication
  • Planning information distribution
  • Performance reporting
  • Administrative closure

Project Risk Management:

  • Risk: management planning and identification
  • Quality and quantitative risk analysis
  • Risk: response planning, monitoring, and control

Project Procurement Management:

  • Planning: procurement and solicitation
  • Solicitation source selection
  • Contract: administration and close-out
  • Professional responsibility

PMP Exam Information and Format:

  • Study hints and practice tests

* You will receive 35 PDUs required for your PMP certification

What You Will Learn

  • A complete understanding of what is required to pass the PMP certification exam
  • A structured and integrated review of the PMBOK knowledge areas
  • Key concepts, terms, and principles of project management
  • The format and makeup of the PMP exam
  • Tips and study methods to help prepare for the exam
  • What to expect in the exam
  • How to understand and memorize the PMP formulas

Who Should Attend

  • Managers who wish to increase their general understanding of project management and those who wish to achieve a detailed understanding of PMI’s PMBOK in order to pass the PMP certification exam
  • New and experienced project managers, as well as those with little or substantial understanding of the PMBOK
  • Project team members, project stakeholders, or project managers who require certification or a more detailed understanding of project management