Course Category: Project Management
Course Duration: 5 Days
Hours: 35 Project Management Contact Hours

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Course Description

Processworks PMP (Project Management Professional) Contact Hours Training course provides an overview to the Sixth Edition (2017) of the PMBOK Guide, and additional topics related to project management that are typically part of the examination curriculum.

Course lectures are supplemented with hand-outs and additional information for self-study, study tips, list of relevant books etc. The curriculum is intensive.

Full course attendance will earn the candidate a “certificate of completion”. This certificate of completion with 35 Project Management Contact Hours fulfils one of the PMP® exam eligibility requirements for project management education.

Course Methodology

The course helps participants understand concepts and terminologies that will be used in the PMP® including the five project management process groups and the integration of the ten associated knowledge areas. The tests & quizzes are closely aligned with the style of the PMP® exam, aimed at strengthening a candidate’s appreciation of project management principles and practice. The reasoning for deciding the best answer from the 4 multiple choice answers will be discussed The final 3 hours of this program would include a 110 question paper* (simulating the final exam). These questions are specially selected and arranged to help participants recall the course content, familiarity with the PMBOK® navigation (for concepts and jargon), and to confirm that they are aligned with PMI® interpretation of the project management best practices. The answers for the questions are discussed in the class.

Approximately 1-2 hours of lecture + discussion/relevant class exercises on each chapter, followed by a quick test (in the exam-style) on the topic covered.

Who Should Attend

  • Attendees who have passed PMI’s eligibility criteria and intend to write the PMP® exam in the next 8 – 16 weeks
  • Projects Leads/Managers who have at least 3.5 years of project management exposure and aspire this certification
  • Technical Managers who handle large projects and need to optimize their project management environment
  • Working Professionals – project professionals who seek managerial opportunities or require professional projects methodologies and best practices
  • Consultants seeking to provide better solutions to project management challenges in their domain
  • Entrepreneurs who need to command effective management of projects to contain Cost, Schedule, Resource & Quality

Course Outline

  • Introduction
  • Domains, Tasks, and Enablers
  • Domain I: People
    • Manage conflict
    • Lead a team
    • Support team performance
    • Empower team members and stakeholders
    • Ensure team members/stakeholders are adequately trained
    • Build a team
    • Address and remove impediments, obstacles, and blockers for the team
    • Negotiate project agreements
    • Collaborate with stakeholders
    • Engage and support virtual teams
    • Define team ground rules
    • Mentor relevant stakeholders
    • Promote team performance through the application of emotional intelligence
  • Domain II: Process
    • Execute project with the urgency required to deliver business value
    • Manage communications
    • Assess and manage risks
    • Engage stakeholders
    • Plan and manage budget and resources
    • Plan and manage schedule
    • Plan and manage quality of products/deliverables
    • Plan and manage scope
    • Integrate project planning activities
    • Manage project changes
    • Plan and manage procurement
    • Manage project artifacts
    • Determine appropriate project methodology/methods and practices
    • Establish project governance structure
    • Manage project issues
    • Ensure knowledge transfer for project continuity
    • Plan and manage project/phase closure or transitions
  • Domain III: Business Environment
    • Plan and manage project compliance
    • Evaluate and deliver project benefits and value
    • Evaluate and address external business environment changes for impact on scope
    • Support organizational change

Eligibility Requirements to take the PMP Exam

A candidate must either attain:

  • A four-year degree
  • 36 months leading projects
  • 35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM Certification

OR

  • A high school diploma or an associate’s degree (or global equivalent)
  • 60 months leading projects
  • 35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM Certification

All project management experience must have been accumulated within the last 8 consecutive years.

Training and Exam Duration

Training: 5 days.

The course deliverables shall be issued on the first day of the course during registration.

Exam: 240 minutes (4 hours) duration

The PMP exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions (175 scored and 25 pretest unscored questions). The exam is closed-book, i.e. no materials are allowed to be used.

The exam may be scheduled at a PearsonVue testing centre close to your location or select online proctored certification exams from your home or office. ()

Course Category: Project Management
Course Duration: 5 Days
Hours: 35 Project Management Contact Hours