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Our Project Management Professional (PMP)® training is a 4-day structured program designed to make you pass the PMP exam in your 1st attempt!
With a complete coverage of the PMP® exam objectives from A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition, you will learn the skills as well as the knowledge you will need to pass the PMP® certification exam & be an effective project manager.
This course is designed to cover the prerequisite of 35 contact hours/PDUs award of formal education certificate in project management. It is designed to develop comprehensive knowledge on managing projects effectively, with respect to knowledge areas, process groups & ITTO’s as defined in Project Management Institute (PMI)® framework, published in PMBOK® Guide.
Summary of the Major Updates in the PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition:
On 26 March 2018, PMI released the updated version of the Project Management Professional (PMP)® .
Why is the PMP Exam Changing?
In conjunction with the September 2017 release of the PMBOK Guide – Sixth Edition, PMI updated the PMP exam. This ensures consistent use of terminology and harmonizes process groups, tools and techniques between the Guide and the exam. Although it does not test your knowledge of the PMBOK Guide, it is one of the primary references for the exam. Please note, the PMP exam content outline will not be updated.
What is Changing?
A new chapter on the role of the project manager that focuses on effective leadership – including necessary
competencies, experience and skills.
Two renamed Knowledge Areas that more accurately reflect which elements can be managed and which
1. Schedule Management (formerly known as Time Management)
2. Resource Management (formerly known as Human Resource Management)
Every Knowledge Area now features four new sections:
1. Key Concepts
2. Trends and Emerging Practices
3. Tailoring Cosiderations
4. Considerations for Agile/Adaptive Environments
Introduction to project management And PMBOK® Guide
Project lifecycle and organization
Project management processes for a project
Project integration management
Project scope management
Project schedule management
Project cost management
Project quality management
Project resource management
Project communications management
Project risk management
Project procurement management
Project stakeholder management
Professional and social responsibility
PMP®certification exam tips
Participants will also have Q&A sessions at the end of each module
PMP® certification authenticates your project management skills and experience as per the global standards followed in project management. It showcases your ability to tackle challenging projects and highlights your skills in front of the potential employers. PMP® holders are known to get bigger pay raises, quicker promotions, and a better success rate on projects.
Prerequisites for PMP® certification
|Educational Qualification||Project Management Experience||Project Management Education|
|Non Graduates||5 years/7500 hours||35 hours|
|Graduates||3 years/4500 hours||35 hours|
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Yes, we offer course completion certificate after you successfully complete the training program.
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Training venue will be announced one week before the said training day, and will be informed through email
There are no pre-course requirements to attend the course.
Requirements for the certification:
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
4,500 hours leading and directing projects
35 hours of project management education
Yes, this course will only give you the 35 contact hours, thus you will have to show to PMI the other requirements such as proof of 4,500 hours of leading and directing projects.
No, since this course only serves to satisfy the 35 contact hours, after the course it is up to you to satisfy the requirements and pay the exam fee to get your certification from PMI.
After PMI audits your eligibility for tapplication, you are given one year to schedule and take your exam. You are also allowed 3 retakes within that one year.
By completing the course, students are able to have common knowledge, understanding of the project management framework. They are able to function within their organization with useful tools and practices that can lead any project to success and participants are able to build their own brand and style of how projects should be conducted.