Project Management

Project Management Professional

Project Management Professional (PMP®) training and certification prepares participants to earn the most important industry-recognized credentials for project managers. The PMP® credential demonstrates to prospective and current employers that individuals have the experience, education and competency to successfully lead and direct projects in accordance with accepted best practices.

The Project Management Professional course provides the 35 hours of project management training to apply for Project Management Professional (PMP) exam and will assist students in preparing for the exam as effectively as possible. Students will learn the terminology, tools, and techniques that are required to take a project from the initiating process to planning, executing, controlling, and closing. In addition to providing students with an overview of key concepts from PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Fourth Edition (PMBOK), this course is designed to prepare students to sit for the PMP® Exam.

In order to apply for the PMP® exam, candidates must submit an application administered by the Project Management Institute® (PMI). Application requirements include a combination of project-related leadership experience and 35 hours of project management related education (which this course fulfills).

The Project Management Professional course will address the following primary course objectives:

  • Identify the relationships between the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) project management framework, five process groups, and nine bodies of knowledge
  • Apply project initiation tools and techniques in order to develop a project charter
  • Develop a flexible and practical project management plan covering the major project lifecycle processes and phases
  • Determine the best practice tools, techniques, and processes to plan for quality, human resources, communication, risk, and procurement
  • Explain project execution in relationship to integration management, the factors that contribute to success, and the tools and techniques used
  • Apply monitoring and control techniques to measure progress on the project and forecast project completion requirements
  • Administer the processes for closing a project and completing project procurement
  • Apply the Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct to specific situations
  • Perform the preparation techniques, including identifying knowledge gaps, in order to significantly improve your chances of passing the PMP certification exam

Certification:           Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification
Certifying Body:      Project Management Institute

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