Studies indicate that only one-quarter of all projects world-wide succeed in achieving quality, cost and schedule objectives. With the eve increasing pressure to manage costs and an equally aggressive market space for quality products delivered to scheduled dates; the need for certified project managers is increasing. The Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is the most widely recognized certification available to Project Managers worldwide. Professionally Certified Project Managers are a benchmark for excellence in terms of performance and productivity in their profession and also bring a repeatable, consistent quality to the projects they manage. This course is geared towards achieving Project Management Professional (PMP®).
During the course, participant will be learning the following :
Apply PMI recognized project management tools, techniques and methods.
5 process groups of planning, execution and monitoring and controlling and closing.
Comprehend and appreciate PMI® methodologies and definitions.
Demonstrate project management skills at a professional level.
Appreciate and manage the Triple constraints of Time, Cost & Quality with respect to project performance.
Exhibit the essential skills necessary for project managers.
Evaluate the importance of effective management of the project life cycle.
Apply methods, tools and techniques for planning, monitoring and controlling projects and for managing risk.
Demonstrate the core project management competencies.
Satisfy the 35hour formal project management training requirement for PMI®’s PMP®.
Be comfortable with the examination format and typical question styles.
After completion of the course the participant will be able to :
Prepare to pass the PMI PMP exam while completing the required 35 contact hours/PDUs.
Navigate PMBOK® Guide process groups and knowledge areas.
Analyze the tools and techniques of the PMBOK® Guide processes.
Align your knowledge with PMBOK® Guide.
Create a self-study plan to focus your efforts on your exam date.
Exam preparation and answering techniques.
In depth question analysis for every knowledge area and process.
IT project managers, project managers, project coordinators, team leaders, product managers, program managers, project team members, subject matter experts, analysts, stakeholders, and senior managers who want to get more out of their project teams.
Training Methodology: Classroom Lecture, Group Dicussion Duration: 5 Days interactive training
Getting Started with Project Management
– Components of Project Management
– Project Management and the Business
Project Management and the Organization
– Identify Organizational Influences
– Project Stakeholders and Governance
– The Project Team
– The Project Life Cycle
Working with Project Management Processes
– Project Management Processes and Knowledge Areas
– Identify Project Information
Initiating a Project
– Develop a Project Charter
– Identify Project Stakeholders
Planning a Project
– Develop a Project Management Plan
– Plan Scope Management
– Collect Project Requirements
– Define Project Scope
– Create a WBS
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
Planning for Risk, Procurements, and Stakeholder Management
– Plan Risk Management
– Identify Risks
– Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
– Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
– Plan for Risk Response
– Plan Project Procurements
– Plan Stakeholder Management
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
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
Controlling the Project
– Control Project Quality
– Control Communications
– Control Project Risks
– Control Project Procurements
– Control Stakeholder Engagement