Project Management Professional


 Self Paced Self Paced    

Project Management Professional, Self Paced

54 hours |  Professional Development |  Leads to Certification

Purpose

Preparation for Certification Exam

Description

This course will assist students in preparation for the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam. Students will learn the terminology, tools, and techniques required to take a project through all process phases from initiating to planning, executing, monitoring and controlling through closing. In addition to providing students with an overview of key concepts from the Project Management Institute's A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), Fifth Edition, this course is designed to build confidence and raise the students' chances of passing the PMP Exam. PMI and PMBOK are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Audience

The target audience for this course includes project managers, team members, and individuals who are preparing to sit for their PMP certification exam. This course, in conjunction with additional outside reading and studying, satisfies the 35 contact hours for project management education that allows eligible candidates to sit for the PMP exam. Prior to enrolling in this course, students should have an understanding of project management, process management, project management knowledge areas, and process groups, as this course will provide a high-level overview of these concepts. The PMP certification is for individuals who have significant experience in leading or directing projects and who meet the minimum three-years of project management experience with a bachelor's degree, or minimum five-years of project management experience with a high school diploma or global equivalent.

Objectives
  • Evaluate the Project Management Institute's (PMI) project management framework, five process groups, and ten bodies of knowledge
  • Analyze the processes for successful project initiation
  • Develop a project management plan covering the major project life cycle processes and phases
  • Analyze processes for successful project planning
  • Analyze the processes for successful project execution
  • Analyze the processes for successful project monitoring and control
  • Analyze the processes for successful project closing
  • Apply the Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct to specific situations
  • Determine preparation techniques to improve your chances of passing the PMP certification exam

Instructor Led Instructor Led

Project Management Professional, Instructor Led

25 hours |  Professional Development |  Leads to Certification

Purpose

Preparation for Certification Exam

Description

This course will assist students in preparation for the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam. Students will learn the terminology, tools, and techniques required to take a project through all process phases from initiating to planning, executing, monitoring and controlling through closing. In addition to providing students with an overview of key concepts from the Project Management Institute's A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), Fifth Edition, this course is designed to build confidence and raise the students' chances of passing the PMP Exam. PMI and PMBOK are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Audience

The target audience for this course includes project managers, team members, and individuals who are preparing to sit for their PMP certification exam. This course, in conjunction with additional outside reading and studying, satisfies the 35 contact hours for project management education that allows eligible candidates to sit for the PMP exam. Prior to enrolling in this course, students should have an understanding of project management, process management, project management knowledge areas, and process groups, as this course will provide a high-level overview of these concepts. The PMP certification is for individuals who have significant experience in leading or directing projects and who meet the minimum three-years of project management experience with a bachelor's degree, or minimum five-years of project management experience with a high school diploma or global equivalent.

Objectives
  • Evaluate the Project Management Institute's (PMI) project management framework, five process groups, and ten bodies of knowledge
  • Analyze the processes for successful project initiation
  • Develop a project management plan covering the major project life cycle processes and phases
  • Analyze processes for successful project planning
  • Analyze the processes for successful project execution
  • Analyze the processes for successful project monitoring and control
  • Analyze the processes for successful project closing
  • Apply the Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct to specific situations
  • Determine preparation techniques to improve your chances of passing the PMP certification exam