Project Management Professional

Course Title: Project Management Professional
Awarded By: Project Management Institute
Course Category: Project Management
Course Duration: 40 Hours


Course Aim

The PMP® is recognized the world over as the gold standard in project management. The Project Management Professional (PMP)® is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers.

 

Target Audience

  • Experienced project manager responsible for all aspects of project delivery, leading and directing cross-functional teams.
  • This course is designed for individuals who have on-the-job project management experience (whether or not project manager is their formal job role), who are not certified project management professional, and who might or might not have received formal project management training.
  • The course is appropriate for those who wish to develop professionally, increase their project management skills, apply a formalized and standards-based approach to project management, and seek a career advancement by moving into a formal project manager job role as well as to apply for Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification.

Course Details

This course will cover the following key topics:

  • Analytical skills
  • Benefit analysis techniques
  • Elements of a project charter
  • Estimation tools and techniques
  • Strategic management
  • Change management planning
  • Cost management planning, including project budgeting tools and
  • techniques
  • Communications planning
  • Contract types and selection criteria
  • Estimation tools and techniques
  • Human resource planning
  • Lean and efficiency principles
  • Procurement planning
  • Quality management planning
  • Requirements gathering techniques (e.g., planning sessions, brainstorming,
  • and focus groups)
  • Regulatory and environmental impacts assessment planning
  • Risk management planning
  • Scope deconstruction (e.g., WBS, Scope backlog) tools and techniques
  • Scope management planning
  • Stakeholder management planning
  • Time management planning, including scheduling tools and techniques
  • Workflow diagramming techniques
  • Continuous improvement processes
  • Contract management techniques
  • Elements of a statement of work
  • Interdependencies among project elements
  • Project budgeting tools and techniques
  • Quality standard tools
  • Vendor management techniques
  • Performance measurement and tracking techniques (e.g., EV, CPM, PERT,
  • Trend Analysis)
  • Process analysis techniques (e.g., LEAN, Kanban, Six Sigma)
  • Project control limits (e.g., thresholds, tolerance)
  • Project finance principles
  • Project monitoring tools and techniques
  • Project quality best practices and standards (e.g., ISO, BS, CMMI, IEEE)
  • Quality measurement tools (e.g., statistical sampling, control charts, flowcharting,
  • inspection, assessment)
  • Risk identification and analysis techniques
  • Risk response techniques
  • Quality validation and verification techniques
  • Archiving practices and statutes
  • Compliance (statute/organization)
  • Contract closure requirements
  • Close-out procedures
  • Feedback techniques
  • Performance measurement techniques (KPI and key success factors)
  • Project review techniques
  • Transition planning technique

 

Learning Outcome

At the end of this course students will be able to:

  1. Get started with project management
  2. fundamentals
  3. Identify organizational influences and project life cycle
  4. Initiate of project
  5. Plan a project
  6. Plan for project time management
  7. Plan project budget, quality and communications
  8. Plan for risk, procurements, and stakeholder management
  9. Execute a project
  10. Manage project work, scope, schedules and cost
  11. Control and Close a project