Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Preparation course, is a worldwide identified and industry-wide accepted program for the business managers. The course delivered by the certified professional, who teaches the project execution and the management capabilities of the individuals. PMP® Certification training primarily based on PMBOK® Guide- Sixth Edition for knowledgeable Project Managers. The learning sessions give an explanation for the whole project management cycle, such as project initiation, plan, execution, control and closure.

After attending this course you’ll be able to earn 35 PDUs required to appear for the certification examination. Project Management Professional (PMP)® experienced professionals display their competency of fruitful projects and ability of incomes better salaries.

  • What is PMI®
  • & PMBOK® Guide?
  • Evolution of the Project Management Institute
  • Certifications offered by the PMI®
  • PMI® contact resources
  • What is PMP®?
  • Prerequisites for the PMP® Exam
  • PMP® Exam Syllabus
  • How is the PMP® Exam Structured?
  • Definition of a Project
  • What is Project Management?
  • What is Operations Management?
  • What is Program Management?
  • What is Portfolio Management?
  • Project Management Office (PMO)
  • Portfolio, Program, Project – A High Level View
  • Mission, Vision, Goal, Strategy, Objective and Tactic
  • Organizational Strategy
  • Project’s Link with Organizational Strategy
  • Strategic Alignment of Projects
  • Business Benefits
  • Benefits Realization
  • Business Value
  • Constraints
  • Organizational Systems
  • Enterprise Environmental Factors
  • Organizational Process Assets
  • Project Life Cycle vs. Product Life Cycle
  • Role of a Project Manager
  • Project Life Cycle Overview
  • Project Life Cycle vs. Project Management process
  • Stakeholders
  • Key Stakeholders
  • Process Groups and Knowledge Areas
  • Inputs/outputs of the 49 Project Management processes
  • Organizational influences on Project Management
  • What is Project Integration Management?
  • Role of project team
  • Role of project sponsor
  • Project selection methods
  • Project charter and role of project manager in charter development
  • Lessons learned for continuous improvement
  • Project Integration Management Knowledge Area Processes
  • What is Project Scope Management?
  • Product Scope vs. Project Scope
  • Project Scope Management Knowledge Area Processes
  • Plan Schedule Management
  • Define Activities
  • Sequence Activities
  • Estimate Activity Duration
  • Develop Schedule
  • Control Schedule
  • Plan Communication Management
  • Manage Communications
  • Monitor Communications
  • Plan Risk Management
  • Identify Risks
  • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Plan Risk Responses
  • Implement Risks Responses
  • Monitor Risks
  • Identify Stakeholders
  • Plan Stakeholder Engagement
  • Manage Stakeholder Engagement
  • Monitor Stakeholder Engagement
  • PMI Code Of Conduct
  • Applicability of Code Of Conduct

PMI picks up the most valuable nuggets that give you the best understanding of project management. It provides you with a framework that helps you sort your projects effectively and deliver them on time within the assigned budget.

Participants applying for the PMP re-examination will be given 2 chances to pass within a year. Those attempting the exam for the second and the third time will have to pay an additional fee of $275 (PMI members) or $375 (non-members). In case the student is unable to pass in the first 3 attempts, he will have to wait for a year to re-appear for the examination.

According to a survey conducted on PMP aspirants, the average time required to prepare for PMP certification exam is around 2-months with 3 hours of exam prep studies each-day Or minimum 23 days of preparation if one dedicates 8 hours a day.

Once after you earn the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, you need to earn 60 PDUs over three years to fulfill Project Management Institute’s PDU requirements to retain the credential.

Initially PMI had set 61% as the passing score for the PMP Certification Examination, however, PMI now refrains from disclosing the exact passing score. The percentage differs for every candidate as the marking is based on the level of difficulty of the questions attempted by him.