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Looking to boost your project management career? With a PMI-PMP certification behind your name, you can work in virtually any industry, anywhere in the world, and with any project management methodology.
Adding this qualification to your CV will greatly broaden your career prospects and significantly improve your earning potential with current or future employers.
This Project Management Professional (PMP) Online Course is based on the PMBOK Guide 6th edition and covers the latest examination updates made by PMI on January 2, 2021.
The purpose of this PMP training course is to prepare experienced project management team members to take the PMP ® (Project Management Professional) certification examination. The emphasis is on explaining the PMI ® (Project Management Institute) best practices for project management across the continuum from predictive through adaptive life cycles as proposed in the 6th edition PMBOK ® (Project Management Body of Knowledge).
PMI Exam Pre-requisite
To apply for the exam, you must have:
Secondary Diploma (high school diploma equivalent), or a bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
Project Management Experience:
7,500 hours of experience leading and directing projects, or 3 years of professional project management experience (equivalent to 4,500 hours of leading/directing a project).
Project Management Education:
35 contact hours of formal Project Management Education, or 35 contact hours of formal Project Management Education. Completing this Project Management Professional (PMP) course will fulfil the formal Project Management Education requirements.
What is included In the PMP online course?
- PMP Exam Objectives.
- PMP Certification Handbook.
- 12 months unlimited access.
- Online video tutorials created by expert instructors.
- Downloadable workbook.
- Practice quizzes after each module and a mock exam at the end of the course.
- Flashcard and educational games.
PMP® certification demonstrates to current and potential employers that you possess the solid experience, education and competency required to lead and direct projects. This course has been designed to help learners pass the PMP certification exam. The exam covers the entire project life cycle from initiation and planning through execution, acceptance, support and closure.
Professionals with a PMP certification see an average salary increase of up to 20%.
You'll sit an exam at a local test centre. We provide interactive quizzes after each module and a mock exam at the end of your course to ensure you're fully prepared for the real thing. Once you've passed with at least 80%, you'll be able to book your final certification exam. Please note that the final certification exam fees aren’t included in the course price.
- High quality online course materials and mock exams.
- Tutorials/materials from leading industry experts.
- Access step-by-step tutorial videos to help you prepare for your final certification exam.
- 24/7 access to our online Learning Portal.
- 0% interest free monthly payment options.
- Access your course on Mobile, Tablet or Desktop.
- Study in a user friendly, state-of-the-art e-learning platform.
- Excellent student support.
Can I try the course before I buy?
We understand buying a course is a big commitment, which is why we are happy to offer you a free no obligation course trial for 2 days to ensure that you are fully satisfied and confident before enrolling on your course.
This PMP course is organized into the following modules.
Module 1: Preparing for and Taking the Exam
- Preparing to Take the Exam and Instructor Introduction
- Getting Certified to take the Examination
- Examination Characteristics
- Test Taking Tips and Techniques
- Question Formats
- Post Certification Requirements
Module 2: Process Domain
- Process Domain and Framework defined
- Predictive, Iterative, Incremental and Adaptive Project Life Cycles
- Framework Definitions
- Project Manager Skills
- Framework Key Points to Remember
- Framework Example Questions Review
- Project Integration Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Knowledge Area Process Mapping and Definitions
- Develop Project Charter and Develop Project Management Plan
- Direct and Manage Project Work, Manage Project Knowledge, and Monitor and Control Project Work
- Perform Integrated Change Control
- Close Project or Phase
- Integration Key Points to Remember
- Integration Example Questions Review
- Project Scope Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Plan Scope Management and Collect Requirements
- Nominal Group Technique (Delphi-Opinion Technique)
- Define Scope and Create WBS
- Breakdown Structures used in WBS Dictionary
- Validate Scope and Control Scope
- Defining Requirements in Agile
- Prioritizing requirements in Agile, Definition of Done and Rolling Wave Planning
- Scope Key Points to Remember
- Scope Example Questions Review
- Project Schedule Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Plan Schedule Management, Define Activities, and Sequence Activities
- Dependencies, Predecessors, Leads, and Lags
- Estimate Activity Durations
- Develop Schedule
- Critical Path Method
- Schedule Compression
- Resource Leveling, Schedule Format, and Control Schedule
- Agile Estimating
- Agile Schedule Planning and Reporting
- Schedule Key Points to Remember and Example Question review
- Project Cost Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Plan Cost Management and Estimate Cost
- Types of Cost, Expected Present Value, Sunk Costs, and Depreciation
- Life Cycle Costing, Status Reporting, and Determine Budget
- Control Costs, and Earned Value Management
- Earned Schedule, and Agile Cost Control
- Cost Key Points to Remember
- Cost Example Questions Review
- Project Quality Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Plan Quality Management
- Manage Quality
- Control Quality
- Continuous Improvement in Agile-Adaptive Life Cycles – Kaizen and Process Analysis
- Continuous Improvement in Agile-Adaptive Life Cycles – Retrospectives
- Quality Key Points to Remember
- Quality Example Questions Review
- Project Risk Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Risk Management Plan and Identify Risks
- Risk Register and Issues Vs Risk
- Perform Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis
- Plan Risk Responses
- Implement Risk Responses and Monitor Risks
- Agile Risk Tools and Risk Key Points to Remember
- Risk Example Questions Review
- Project Procurement Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Plan Procurement Management and Conduct Procurements
- Share and Point of Total Assumption
- Procurement Documents
- Non-Competitive Awards and Control Procurements
- Agile Contracts
- Procurement Key Points to Remember and Example Questions Review
Module 3: People Domain
- People Domain and Project Communications Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Plan Communications Management
- Manage and Monitor Communications
- Agile Communications
- Communications Key Points to Remember
- Communications Example Question Review
- Project Stakeholder Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Stakeholder Position Descriptions
- Identify Stakeholders
- Plan Stakeholder Engagement and Manage Stakeholder Engagement
- Monitor Stakeholder Engagement and Agile Stakeholder Engagement Techniques
- Stakeholder Management Key Points to Remember
- Stakeholder Management Example Question Review
- Resource Management Knowledge Area Defined
- Plan Resource Management and Estimate Activity Resources
- Acquire Resources and Develop Team
- Manage Team
- Control Resources and Agile Teaming Concepts
- Other Agile Teaming Concepts
- Agile Team Roles and Troubleshooting Agile team issues
- Resources Key Points to Remember
- Resources Example Question Review
Module 4: Business Environment Domain
- Business Environment Domain Defined
- Project Selection Tools
- PMO, Organizational Structure, and Reports
- Agile in the Business Environment
- Business Environment Key Points to Remember and Example Question Review
- Course Closing
Who is this course for?
This course is intended for those looking to learn about professional project management to gain the certification required for a career or just to improve on their understanding. This course will benefit those with busy schedules that require the flexibility to study in their own time. This Certification is most suited for:
- Existing Project Managers
- Aspiring Project Managers
- Team Leaders and Managers
- Project Assistance Managers and Associates
- Software Developers
PMI Exam Prerequisites:
A secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent) with at least five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects.
A four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent) and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects.
35 hours of project management education.
- Project Managers
- Senior Project Managers
In these roles, you could earn up to £60,000 per annum
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