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Project Management Professional (PMP)

PMP

Schedule
  • Start Date: 20/Nov/2020
  • End Date: 01/Jan/2021
  • Duration: 35 Hours
  • Timing: 03:00 PM to 08:00 PM
  • Frequency : Only on Friday's
Start Date End Date Duration Timing Frequency Mode of Training
13/Dec/2020
21/Dec/2020
35 Hours
03:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Sunday - Thursday
Classroom/Online
25/Dec/2020
05/Feb/2021
35 Hours
09:00 AM to 03:00 PM
Only on Friday's
Classroom/Online
  • Course Overview

    PMP Certification is globally recognized and demanded, the PMP certification demonstrates to employers, clients and colleagues that a project manager possesses project management knowledge, project management experience and project management skills to bring projects to successful completion.

    The PMP recognizes the competence of an individual to perform in the role of a project manager, specifically experience in leading and directing projects. Year after year, the PMP certification has garnered global recognition and commanded a higher salary for PMP certified individuals over non-certified individuals.

    For more information about the PMP course please visit PMI official website - https://www.pmi.org/certifications/
    types/project-management-pmp

    If you don’t meet the requirements for the PMP, consider the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®.

  • Who Should Attend?

    If you’re experienced in project management, responsible for all aspects of project delivery, leading and directing cross-functional teams, then the PMP is the right choice for you.

    This PMP training is specially designed for:

    Project Managers, Senior Executives, Directors, Engineers, Project sponsors, Planning Engineers, Project coordinators, Business Executives, Operations Managers, Construction Managers, IT Project Managers, and Bankers. This PMP course is suitable for individuals and project team members interested in obtaining the PMP Certification.

    This PMP course is most beneficial for Telecom, Oil & Gas, construction, manufacturing, power, IT and other industries interested in learning ways for increasing and improving their productivity.

  • Eligibility Criteria

    Secondary Degree (High School Diploma, Associate’s Degree or The Global Equivalent) OR Four-Year Degree | 4,500 Hours Leading and Directing Projects | 35 hours of Project Management Education

    If you don’t meet the requirements for the PMP, consider the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®.

  • Course Deliverables/syllabus

    PMP Exam Preparation Introduction
    • Introduction to Project Management
    • Exam Attitudes
    • Who;s PMI®?
    • What’s the PMBOK® Guide?
    • PMP Certification & Steps to Becoming
    CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED WITH PROJECT MANAGEMENT
    • Components of Project Management
    • Project Management and the Business
    CHAPTER 2: PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND THE ORGANIZATION
    • Identify Organizational Influences
    • Project Stakeholders and Governance
    • The Project Team
    • The Project Life Cycle
    CHAPTER 3: WORKING WITH PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES
    • Project Management Processes and Knowledge Areas
    • Identify Project Information
    CHAPTER 4: INITIATING A PROJECT
    • Develop a Project Charter
    • Identify Project Stakeholders
    CHAPTER 5: PLANNING A PROJECT
    • Develop a Project Management Plan
    • Plan Scope Management
    • Collect Project Requirements
    • Define Project Scope
    • Create a WBS
    CHAPTER 6: PLANNING FOR PROJECT TIME MANAGEMENT
    • Plan Schedule Management
    • Define Project Activities
    • Sequence Project Activities
    • Estimate Activity Resources
    • Estimate Activity Durations
    • Develop a Project Schedule
    CHAPTER 7: PLANNING PROJECT BUDGET, QUALITY, AND COMMUNICATIONS
    • Plan Project Cost Management
    • Estimate Project Costs
    • Determine the Project Budget
    • Plan Quality Management
    • Plan Human Resource Management
    • Plan Communications Management
    CHAPTER 8: PLANNING FOR RISK, PROCUREMENTS, AND STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT
    • Plan Risk Management
    • Identify Risks
    • Identify Risks
    • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • Plan for Risk Response
    • Plan Project Procurements
    • Plan Stakeholder Management
    CHAPTER 9: EXECUTING A PROJECT
    • Direct and Manage Project Work
    • Perform Quality Assurance
    • Acquire Project Team
    • Develop Project Team
    • Manage a Project Team
    • Manage Communications
    • Conduct Procurements
    • Manage Stakeholder Engagement
    CHAPTER 10: MANAGING PROJECT WORK, SCOPE, SCHEDULES, AND COST
    • Monitor and Control Project Work
    • Perform Integrated Change Control
    • Validate Project Scope
    • Control Project Scope
    • Control the Project Schedule
    • Control Project Costs
    CHAPTER 11: CONTROLLING THE PROJECT
    • Control Project Quality
    • Control Communications
    • Control Project Risks
    • Control Project Procurements
    • Control Stakeholder Engagement
    CHAPTER 12: CLOSING A PROJECT
    • Close Project or Phase
    • Close Procurements

  • Benefits of Attending

    Project Management is all about the effective management of change and can benefit an
    organization in many ways because it provides a systematic approach to managing and
    controlling different types of project and different types of change.

    Project Management Professional training can ensure that organizations of
    all sizes reap the benefits of a well-controlled, project based approach to business.

  • Course Fee

    • 35 Hours of Exam Preparation Training
    • Study Materials
    • Unlimited Mock-up Test

    To know the current Course Fees, kindly contact us +973 1753 0775,6660 0550.

    PMP Exam Fee(Payable to PMI)

    • PMI Membership: US$ 139.00
    • PMP exam fee for member: US$ 405.00
    • PMP exam fee for Non-Member: US$ 555.00

    Maintain Your PMP Credential

    To maintain your PMP, you must earn 60 professional development units (PDUs) every three years.

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