Project Management

Certified Associate in Project Management

The Certified Associate in Project Management course will assist in preparing students for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) exam. Students will learn the terminology, tools, and techniques that are required to take a project all the way from the initiating process through to the planning, executing, controlling and, finally, closing stages. In addition to providing students with an overview of key concepts outlined in the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Fourth Edition (PMBOK), this course is designed to prepare students for the CAPM® Exam.

Geared toward individuals who are or will be working on projects and would like to learn a standards-based approach to project management and to obtain international credentials and recognition as a Certified Associate in Project Management, the CAPM course is a great solution for those new to project management, changing careers or already serving as subject matter experts on project teams. will ensure students will be able to identify the roles and responsibilities for project associates and utilize the processes, inputs, outputs, tools and techniques used in the during the project management process. Further, this course will prepare students to recognize and describe the 5 processes groups, 9 knowledge areas and 42 processes utilized in projects and project management in order to ensure their successful understanding of the PMI method.

Prerequisites: Students interested in completing the CAPM course will require a high school diploma (or the global equivalent) and at least 1500 hours of previous project experience or 23 hours of project management education before taking the CAPM exam.

The Certified Associate in Project Management course will address the following primary course objectives:

  • Use the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) project management framework to initiate a project
  • Apply project initiation tools and techniques in order to develop a project charter and stakeholder management strategy
  • Develop a flexible and practical project management plan covering the major project lifecycle processes and phases
  • Explain project execution in relationship to project planning, the factors that contribute to success, and the tools and techniques used
  • Apply monitoring, control, and closing techniques to measure progress on the project and forecast project completion requirements
  • Perform the sequence of steps a project manager must take to ensure a smooth project close and improvement on future projects
  • Demonstrate exam strategies in preparation for the CAPM certification exam

Certification:      Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®)
Certifying Body:    Project Management Institute

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