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What is this course about?

Our PMP training is a unique, power packed, career-ready package and one of a kind in the industry. Participants enrolling for the training get the best of benefits as the course comprises of training in PMP, with free access to MS Project 2013 and PMI-ACP Online training courses.
Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is the topmost professional certification for project managers offered by the Project Management Institute. In response to the growing relevance of Agile methodology for Project Managers, we are offering Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) certification training along with PMP training, which equips Project Managers with the agile principles, practices, tools and techniques across agile methodologies.

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When does this course start?

Classes are available during the weekday and weekend at differing times. Please contact us for your preferred dates and we will notify you of the availability. Courses are repeated each month, so it’s very likely we will have a preferred start date for you.

What's covered in this course

What’s covered in this course?

Lesson 1 – Introduction:

1.1 Introduction Preview
1.2 Objectives Preview
1.3 What Are PMI And PMP
1.4 Application Requirements For The PMP Exam
1.5 Guidelines To Fill Up The PMP Application
1.6 About The PMP Exam
1.7 PMP Exam Syllabus


Lesson 2 – Prep Framework:

2.1 Project Management Framework
2.2 Objectives
2.3 Project
2.4 Characteristics Of A Project
2.5 Project Management
2.6 Project Management Activities
2.7 Program Management
2.8 Features Of Program Management
2.9 Portfolio
2.10 Portfolio Management
2.11 Relationship Between Portfolios, Programs, And Projects
2.12 Project Management Office
2.13 Managing The Triple Constraints
2.14 Stakeholder
2.15 Stakeholder Management
2.16 Organization Structure
2.17 Functional Organization
2.18 Projectized Organization
2.19 Matrix Organization
2.20 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Organizational Structures
2.21 Project Lifecycle Vs. Product Lifecycle
2.22 Project Life Cycles
2.23 Project Life Cycles(contd.)
2.24 Quiz
2.25 Summary


Lesson 3 – Project Management Processes:

3.1 Project Management Processes
3.2 Objectives
3.3 Project Life Cycle Vs. Project Management Process
3.4 Project Management Process Groups
3.5 Process Group Interactions
3.6 Process Group Interactions
3.7 Project Management Process Groups
3.8 Quiz
3.9 Summary


Lesson 4 – Project Integration Management:

4.9 Reading A Process Diagram
4.10 Develop Project Charter
4.11 Develop Project Management Plan
4.12 Develop Project Management Plan (contd.)
4.13 Key Terms
4.14 Direct And Manage Project Work
4.15 Monitor And Control Project Work
4.16 Perform Integrated Change Control
4.17 Change Management Process
4.18 Business Scenario Problem Statement
4.19 Close Project Or Phase
4.20 Business Scenario Problem Statement
4.21 Quiz
4.22 Summary


Lesson 5 – Project Scope Management:

5.1 Project Scope Management
5.2 Objectives
5.3 Project Management Process Map
5.4 Project Scope Management
5.5 Project Scope Management Activities
5.6 Product Scope Vs. Project Scope
5.7 Key Terms
5.8 Work Breakdown Structure
5.9 Work Breakdown Structure-Example
5.10 Project Scope Management Processes
5.11 Plan Scope Management
5.12 Collect Requirements
5.13 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
5.14 Group Creativity Techniques
5.15 Group Decision-Making Techniques
5.16 Requirements Traceability Matrix
5.17 Define Scope
5.18 Create WBS
5.19 Validate Scope
5.20 Control Scope
5.21 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
5.22 Quiz
5.23 Summary


Lesson 6 – Project Time Management:

6.1 Project Time Management
6.2 Objectives
6.3 Project Management Process Map
6.4 Project Time Management
6.5 Project Time Management Activities
6.6 Project Schedule
6.7 Gantt Chart
6.8 Gantt Chart-Relationships
6.9 Gantt Chart-Dependencies
6.10 Network Diagram
6.11 Network Diagram-Example
6.12 Key Terms
6.13 Project Time Management Processes
6.14 Plan Schedule Management
6.15 Define Activities
6.16 Sequence Activities
6.17 Estimate Activity Resources
6.18 Estimate Activity Durations
6.19 Business Scenario Problem Statement
6.20 Develop Schedule
6.21 Schedule Network Analysis
6.22 Program Evaluation and Review Technique
6.23 PERT-Example
6.24 Critical Path Method
6.25 Calculation Of Float
6.26 Calculation Of Float (contd.)
6.27 Critical Path-Example
6.28 Schedule Compression
6.29 Schedule Compression-Example
6.30 Impact Of Schedule Compression
6.31 Other Scheduling Techniques
6.32 Control Schedule
6.33 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
6.34 Quiz
6.35 Summary


Lesson 7 – Project Cost Management

7.1 Project Cost Management
7.2 Objectives
7.3 Project Management Process Map
7.4 Project Cost Management
7.5 Cost Management Plan
7.6 Control Account
7.7 Project Cost Management Processes
7.8 Plan Cost Management
7.9 Estimate Costs
7.10 Determine Budget
7.11 Control Costs
7.12 Earned Value Management
7.13 Planned Value Example
7.14 Earned Value Formulae
7.15 Business Scenario Problem Statement
7.16 Earned Value Management Example
7.17 Earned Value Management Example(contd.)
7.18 Key Terms
7.19 Quiz
7.20 Summary


Lesson 8 – Project Quality Management

8.1 Project Quality Management
8.2 Objectives
8.3 Project Management Process Map
8.4 Quality
8.5 Quality Related Terms
8.6 Optimal Level Of Quality
8.7 Quality Management
8.8 Quality Planning Vs Quality Assurance Vs Quality Control
8.9 Quality Management Concepts
8.10 Cost Of Quality
8.11 Project Quality Management Processes
8.12 Plan Quality Management
8.13 Perform Quality Assurance
8.14 Control Quality
8.15 Business Scenario Problem Statement
8.16 Seven Basic Quality Tools
8.17 Six Sigma
8.18 Six Sigma–Example
8.19 Quiz
8.20 Summary


Lesson 9 – Project Human Resource Management

9.1 Project Human Resource Management
9.2 Objectives
9.3 Project Management Process Map
9.4 Project Human Resource Management
9.5 Functional Manager Vs. Project Manager
9.6 Project Human Resource Management Processes
9.7 Plan Human Resource Management
9.8 Organization Charts And Role Descriptions
9.9 Resource Histogram
9.10 Acquire Project Team
9.11 Develop Project Team
9.12 Manage Project Team
9.13 Team Dynamics
9.14 Conflict Management
9.15 Conflict Resolution Techniques
9.16 Business Scenario Problem Statement
9.17 Powers Of The Project Manager
9.18 Business Scenario Problem Statement
9.19 Organizational Theories
9.20 Leadership Styles
9.21 Mckinsey’s 7-s Framework
9.22 Quiz
9.23 Summary


Lesson 10 – Project Communications Management

10.1 Project Communications Management
10.2 Objectives
10.3 Project Management Process Map
10.4 Communication
10.5 Communication Methods
10.6 Communication Technology
10.7 Communication Channels
10.8 Basic Communication Model
10.9 Project Communications Management
10.10 Project Communication Management Processes
10.11 Plan Communications Management
10.12 Business Scenario Problem Statement
10.13 Manage Communications
10.14 Control Communications
10.15 Business Scenario Problem Statement
10.16 Quiz
10.17 Summary


Lesson 11 – Project Risk Management

11.1 Project Risk Management
11.2 Objectives
11.3 Project Management Process Map
11.4 Risk
11.5 Key Terms
11.6 Calculation Of Risk
11.7 Calculation Of Risk Example
11.8 Risk Categorization
11.9 Decision Tree
11.10 Risk Reserve
11.11 Project Risk Management
11.12 Business Scenario Problem Statement
11.13 Project Risk Management Processes
11.14 Plan Risk Management
11.15 Definition Of Impact Scale Example
11.16 Identify Risks
11.17 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
11.18 Probability And Impact Matrix Example
11.19 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
11.20 Plan Risk Responses
11.21 Control Risks
11.22 Quiz
11.23 Summary


Lesson 12 – Project Procurement Management

12.1 Project Procurement Management
12.2 Objectives
12.3 Project Management Process Map
12.4 Contract
12.5 Characteristics of a Contract
12.6 Centralized vs. Decentralized Contracting
12.7 Types of Contract
12.8 Business Scenario Problem Statement
12.9 Types of Contract – Advantages and Disadvantages
12.10 Key Terms
12.11 Project Procurement Management
12.12 Project Procurement Management Processes
12.13 Plan Procurement Management
12.14 Conduct Procurements
12.15 Control Procurements
12.16 Close Procurements
12.17 Quiz
12.18 Summary


Lesson 13 – Project Stakeholder Management

13.1 Project Stakeholder Management
13.2 Objectives
13.3 Project Management Process Map
13.4 Stakeholders
13.5 Stakeholders (contd.)
13.6 Classification Models for Stakeholder Analysis
13.7 Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
13.8 Stakeholder Management Skills
13.9 Project Stakeholder Management Processes
13.10 Identify Stakeholders
13.11 Plan Stakeholder Management
13.12 Manage Stakeholder Engagement
13.13 Control Stakeholder Engagement
13.14 Quiz
13.15 Summary


Lesson 14 – Process Group View

14.1 Process Group View
14.2 Objectives
14.3 Project Management Process
14.4 Process Group Interactions
14.5 Initiating Processes
14.6 Planning Processes
14.7 Executing Processes
14.8 Monitoring and Controlling Processes
14.9 Closing Processes
14.10 Important Data Flows in Project Management
14.11 Quiz
14.12 Summary


Lesson 15 – Professional and Social Responsibility

15.1 Professional and Social Responsibility
15.2 Objectives
15.3 Ensuring Individual Integrity
15.4 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
15.5 Contributing to the Project Management Knowledge Base
15.6 Enhancing Professional Competence
15.7 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
15.8 Promoting Stakeholder Collaboration
15.9 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
15.10 Quiz
15.11 Summary


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How do you become a PMP certified professional?

First, you should become a PMI member before applying for the PMP examination. Becoming a member is a fairly straightforward process and can be completed online at www.pmi.org. Make sure you enter the contact details and name correctly. This is important so that you don’t miss any information sent to you later. Also, ensure that the details on the certification are correct.
The duration of PMP exam is four hours. It covers 200 questions, out of which 25 are considered as pre-test questions and are included by PMI to see how many test takers get them right. Based on this, they might decide to include these questions in a future exam. It is similar to a survey conducted by PMI. Of the 200 questions, therefore, 175 will be scored. All questions are multiple-choice questions, with only one correct answer.
You get one point for every question answered correctly. There is no negative marking for the incorrect ones. You may also mark a question that you are unsure of and revisit it at the end. However, you should attempt all 200 questions in the given time.
PMI grades students on each of the five process groups, and based on the grading, they declare a test taker as PMP pass or fail. The grades are not disclosed to everyone. Rather, a rating is given in each of the five process groups. The rating can be Below Proficient, Proficient, and Moderately Proficient
The result (pass or fail) is determined by a combination of these grades. The number of grades or points one has to score to pass the PMP exam is not made public by PMI.
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What are the prerequisites for the certification?

To apply for the PMP exam, candidates need to have:


Educational BackgroundProject Management ExperienceProject Management Education
Secondary degree ? High school Diploma, Associate’s degree or global equivalentMinimum 5 Years/60 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 7500 hours are spent leading and directing project tasks*35 contact hours of formal project management education
Bachelor’s degree or global equivalentMinimum 3 years/36 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 4500 hours are spent in leading and directing project tasks*35 contact hours of formal project management education
*Leading and directing project tasks as identified in the PMP Exam Specification. Within the total hours of project management experience, experience in all five process groups of project management is required. However, on a single project, you do not need to have experience in all five process groups.


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How is this course taught?

This is a live online classroom based course. Just like a physical classroom environment, a live teacher presents the course. S/he uses diagrams, draws on a virtual board which you can see, presents material, and engages the class. You can ask questions and get an instant response. These are not pre-recorded lessons. You can interact with the teacher and other students. You will be able to see your teacher as they will have a webcam on them. Watch the video below to get an idea of how it works.

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What do I need?


You will need access to a PC and an internet connection with a speed of at least 2MB per second. If you have broadband, then this should be more than enough. You will also need a webcam, set of speakers and a microphone to see, hear and speak with your tutor. If you have a laptop, all of these should be built in.  If you are unsure about anything, please feel free to ask us.

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