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Attaining the Project Management Professional (PMP®) designation has become a benchmark in many industries that employ project managers. For people who choose project management as a career this has become a professional certification they must achieve. This course is designed to help participants understand and master the material that is covered by the exam and provide the 35 hours of training required by the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Project management has been proven to be the most effective method of delivering products within cost, schedule and resource constraints. This intensive and hands-on course gives you the skills to ensure your projects are completed on time and on budget while giving the user the product they expect. Participants will gain a strong working knowledge of the basics of project management and be able to immediately apply it to effectively manage work projects through the use of templates provided in the class.

At the end of the course you will be able to identify and manage the product scope, build a work breakdown structure, create a project plan, create the project budget, define and allocate resources, manage the project development, identify and manage risks, and understand the project procurement process. In addition, the participant will be well prepared to take the PMP exam.

Why Obtain the Certification?

PMIs research shows that the worldwide average salary for PMP® certified project managers is over USD 114,000. The 2008 Salary Survey done by IT Republic showed that PMP® certified project managers made over USD 6,000 more than the next highest-paid certification, ITIL Foundations.

Benefits Achieved:

  • At the end of this course, participants will be able to
  • List all of the knowledge areas and processes involved in projects
  • Write a scope statement
  • Develop a work breakdown structure for a project
  • Identify the human resources required
  • Estimate activity durations and create a schedule and budget
  • Perform a project risk assessment
  • Be able to monitor, control and close projects
  • Pass the PMP® exam

Course Bundle:

  • 35 hours of online live training led by qualified PMP instructor
  • 2 Mock exams that can be practiced on our LMS
  • 35 PDUs certificate
  • Downloadable PMBOK 5th edition e-book.
  • Downloadable PMP templates (Commercially usable on your live projects)
  • Downloadable PMP formula cheat sheets and ITTO mind map charts.
  • PMP exam application assistance by experts.
  • 100% money back guarantee* (*conditions apply)
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Key Features

Course Content

1. Examination and Qualifications Overview
2. Project Management Framework and Context
3. Social, Economic, Environmental, and Cultural Influences
4. Key General Management Skills
5. Communicating
6. Power and Influence
7. Leadership
8. Motivation Theories
9. Negotiating, Change Management, and Problem Solving
10. Project Management Context Portfolios, Programs, Projects and the PMO
1. Definition of a Project
2. What is project management?
3. What is program management?
4. What is portfolio management?
5. Comparison: Project, Sub-projects, Program & Portfolio, Scenario based example required
6. What is operation management?
7. Project management office (PMO)
8. Types of project management offices (Supportive, Controlling, Directive)
9. Differences between Role of project manager and PMO
10. Managing the Triple Constraints
11. Stakeholder management
12. Role of a project manager
13. The role of PMBOK
14. Project lifecycle vs Product lifecycle
15. Project Management Processes
16. The organization and its environment
1. Product-oriented processes
2. Project lifecycle vs Project management processes
3. Project Management Process Groups
   I. Initiation
   II. Planning
   III. Execution
   IV. Monitoring & Controlling
   V. Closing
4. Process Group Interactions, dependencies and flow
5. Process groups are not project phases
6. Project Management Process group and knowledge area mapping
7. Elaborate the PMBOK Guide, inputs, tools and techniques and outputs are.
1. What is Project Integration Management
2. Project interfaces (Product, Infrastructure, Resources, People interfaces, System interfaces)
3. Role of Project Manager, Team, and Sponsor
4. Project Selection Methods (PSM)
5. IRR,Exercise,BCR,Economic models Exercise NPV Exercise, ROI,Exercise
6. PSM, Weighted Scoring
7. Scenario based,PSM, Decision models Forced choice Decision Trees, exercise required
8. The integration management knowledge area
   I. Develop Project Charter
   II. Develop Project Management
   III. Direct and Manage Project
   IV. Monitor & Control Project Work
   V. Perform Integrated Change Control
   VI. Close Project or Phase
1. What is Project Scope Management
2. Key Terms
   I. Product scope vs. Project scope
   II. The project scope management processes
   III. Plan scope management
   IV. Collect Requirements
   V. Define Scope
   VI. Create WBS
   VII. Validate Scope
   VIII. Control Scope
1. What is Project Time Management
2. What is a Project Schedule?
3. Key Terms
4. The project time management processes
   I. Plan Schedule Management
   II. Define Activities
   III. Sequence Activities
   IV. Estimate Activity Resources
   V. Estimate Activity Durations
   VI. Develop Schedule
   VII. Control Schedule
VIII. Schedule Network Analysis techniques
1. What is Project Cost Management
2. Cost Management Plan
3. Control Account
4. Earned Value Management
5. The project cost management processes
   I. Plan Cost Management
   II. Estimate Costs
   III. Determine Budget
   IV. Control Costs
6. Earned value management
1. What is Quality?
2. What is Project Quality Management?
3. Cost of quality
4. The project quality management processes
   I. Plan Quality Management
   II. Perform Quality Assurance
   III. Control Quality
5. Introduction to Six Sigma
1. What is Project Human Resource Management?
2. Functional manager vs Project manager
3. The project human resource management processes
4. Plan Human Resource Management
   I. Acquire Project Team
   II. Develop Project Team
   III. Manage Project Team
   IV. Conflict management
   V. Organization theories
1. What is Communication?
2. Communication methods, technology & channels
3. Basic communication model
4. The project communications management knowledge area
   I. Plan Communications Management
   II. Manage Communications
   III. Control Communications
1. What is Risk?
2. How is risk calculated?
3. Risk categorization
4. Decision tree
5. Risk reserve
6. The risk management knowledge area
   I. Plan Risk Management
   II. Identify Risks
   III. Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
   IV. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
   V. Plan Risk Responses
   VI. Control Risks
1. What is a Contract?
2. Centralized vs decentralized contracting
3. Types of Contract
4. Key Terms
   I. The procurement management knowledge area
   II. Conduct Procurements
   III. Control Procurements
   IV. Close Procurements
1. Stakeholders
2. Classification Models for Stakeholder Analysis
3. Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
4. Stakeholder Management Skills
5. The project stakeholder management processes
   I. Identify stakeholders
   II. Plan stakeholder management
   III. Manage stakeholder engagement
   IV. Control stakeholder engagement
1. Ensuring Individual Integrity
2. Contributing to the Project Management Knowledge Base
3. Enhancing Professional Competence
4. Promoting Stakeholder Collaboration


Here is the pre-requisite; qualification and experience to appear for the PMI-PMP examination:

  • A four-year degree (bachelors degree or the global equivalent).
  • A minimum of 4500 hours of project management experience in last three years.


  • A secondary degree (high school diploma, associates degree, or the global equivalent).
  • A minimum of 7500 hours of project management experience in last five years.


  • 35 hours of project management education or commonly referred to as 35PDU certificate from a training provider.
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Who can take this course ?

This program is suitable for project managers and team members who wish to pursue project management education and fast track their career profession and achieve PMP® certification. Here is the list of people or designation who attend our training.

  • Project managers
  • Associate/Asst. Manager - Projects
  • Team leads/Managers
  • Project Executives/Engineers
  • Software Developers
  • Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager


The certification exam has 200 multiple-choice questions, and you have four hours to complete it. As such PMI does not disclose total passing score for any candidate but to pass the exams, according to an assessment by experienced trainers, you must correctly answer at least 61% of 175 live questions. There are no negative marks for wrong answers, so dont leave any question unanswered.

To apply for the PMP® Certification Exam :

  • Register and log in to PMI®s Online System to get started.
  • A printable PMP® Application Form is also available.
  • You can always refer the PMP® Handbook for further information.
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