Preparation for Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification

London




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Course overview

The program also focuses on assisting participants in employing the job life cycle through an in-depth summary of the 5 procedure groups and ten understanding locations connected to forecast management.

This course is supplied by a licensed trainer, who passed this exam and has asked for a code for the test. This training course is worth 35 PDUs.

Course Goals - Preparation for Project Administration Professional (PMP) Certification


  • Testimonial the PMP test demands as well as the application procedure
  • Specify numerous essential terms and recognize the connection between portfolio, program, and project management
  • Explain how organizational influences impact the techniques made use of for handling projects
  • Recognize the assimilation of different procedures as well as task management tasks
  • Breakdown the task's scope to consist of all called-for project job
  • Calculate all activities' durations needed to finish the task
  • Estimate activities' costs and the project's budget plans
  • Detail the project's top-quality plans as well as objectives
  • Construct the job team and manage its performance
  • Produce and also correctly connect job info
  • Establish a task threat monitoring plan as well as take a look at project dangers
  • Plan the procurement steps to acquire products or services needed from outside the project group
  • Assess stakeholder expectations and also their influence on the job
  • The following resources will be distributed during the program:
  • Project Administration Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), 6th version - hard copy
  • Job Administration Expert (PMP) manual - soft duplicate
  • Test Questions Financial institution- paper copy


Day 1
PMP credential overview

  • The Project Management Institute (PMI)

  • Credential overview

  • Exam overview

  • Application process

  • Question format



Day 9
Risk management

  • Planning risk  management

  • Identifying risks

  • Performing qualitative risk analysis

  • Performing quantitative risk analysis

  • Planning risk responses

  • Implementing risk responses

  • Monitoring risks



Day 8
Communications management

  • Planning communications management

  • Managing communications

  • Monitoring communications



Day 7
Resource management

  • Planning resource management

  • Estimating activity resources

  • Acquiring resources

  • Developing the team

  • Managing the team

  • Controlling resources



Day 6
Cost management
  • Planning cost management

  • Estimating costs

  • Determining the budget

  • Controlling costs

Quality management

  • Planning quality management

  • Managing quality

  • Controlling quality



Day 5
Schedule management

  • Planning schedule management

  • Defining activities

  • Sequencing activities

  • Estimating activity duration

  • Developing the schedule

  • Controlling the schedule



Day 4
Scope management

  • Planning scope management

  • Collecting requirements

  • Defining the scope

  • Creating the WBS

  • Validating the scope

  • Controlling the scope



Day 3
Integration management

  • Developing the project charter

  • Developing the project management plan

  • Directing and managing project work

  • Managing project knowledge

  • Monitoring and controlling project work

  • Performing integrated change control

  • Closing the project or phase



Day 2
PMP introduction
  • The PMBOK guide

  • Key definitions

  • Portfolios, programs, and projects

  • PMBOK guide components

Projects environment

  • Project influences

  • Organizational systems

  • Organizational types

  • The role of the project manager



Day 10
Procurement management
  • Planning procurement management

  • Conducting procurements

  • Controlling procurements

Stakeholder management

  • Identifying stakeholders

  • Planning stakeholder engagement

  • Managing stakeholder engagement

  • Monitoring  stakeholder engagement


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