PMP® Exam Prep is an industry-standard Project Management Program for intermediate skill level personal. A 40 hours extensive course is taught by Durham Business & Computer College, a professionally recognized PMI® Global Registered Education Provider (R.E.P) The PMBOK® Guide - 4th Edition will be followed during classroom lecture. The knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to manage projects successfully. Students will understand Project Management activities and will be able to resolve real-life business problems. Graduates from this program will become proficient Project Manager with the emphasis on business.
OBJECTIVES: Passing the PMP® exam requires effort, and The PMP® Exam Prep course gives you the knowledge needed to successfully pass the exam and shows where and how to best focus your efforts in preparing for the exam.
- You will receive an in-depth PMP® manual and study guide, sharing techniques and approaches used by others who have successfully passed the exam.
- You receive the full 35 contact hours to satisfy PMI®'s project management education requirement in order to sit for the exam.
- You write over 100 sample questions to give you practice applying your knowledge and tackling the tricky wording typically found on the real exam.
- You may retake this full 35 hour PMP® Prep course at no charge for up to six months if you do not pass the PMP® Exam
Who Should Attend?
PMP® Candidates, Project Managers, Program Managers, Project Engineers, Project Team Members, Individuals interested in Project Management as a career choice
This course will cover each of the nine knowledge areas, plus the Professional Responsibility process area and the five-process groups covered in Project Management Institute's PMBOK® Guide, Fourth Edition. Through lectures, practice exams, and practical exercises, participants will focus on key concepts, terms, and principles necessary for successfully passing the PMP® exam. In addition, participants will become familiar with the format of the exam.
5 Saturdays ( 5 X 8 = 40 Hours)
Grade 12 or equivalent or mature student status (19 years of age or older). An aptitude test may be required.
1.1 Purpose of the PMBOK® Guide
1.2 What is a Project?
1.3 What is Project Management?
1.4 The PMBOK® Guide Structure
1.5 Areas of Expertise
1.6 Project Management Context
Project Life Cycle and Organization
2.1 The Project Life Cycle
2.2 Project Stakeholders
2.3 Organizational Influences
The Standard for Project Management of a Project
Project Management Processes for a Project
3.1 Project Management Processes
3.2 Project management Process Groups
3.3 Process Interactions
3.4 Project Management Process Mapping
The Project Management Knowledge Areas
Process Flow Diagrams
Major Projects Documents
Project Integration Management
4.1 Develop Project Charter
4.2 Develop Preliminary Project Scope Statement
4.3 Develop Project Management Plan
4.4 Direct and Manage Project Execution
4.5 Monitor and Control Project Work
4.6 Integrated Change Control
4.7 Close Project
Project Scope Management
5.1 Scope Planning
5.2 Scope Definition
5.3 Create WBS
5.4 Scope Verification
5.5 Scope Control
Project Time Management
6.1 Activity Definition
6.2 Activity Sequencing
6.3 Activity Resource Estimating
6.4 Activity Duration Estimating
6.5 Schedule Development
6.6 Schedule Control
Project Cost Management
7.1 Cost Estimating
7.2 Cost Budgeting
7.3 Cost Control
Project Quality Management
8.1 Quality Planning
8.2 Perform Quality Assurance
8.3 Perform Quality Control
Project Human Resource Management
9.1 Human Resource Planning
9.2 Acquire Project Team
9.3 Develop Project Team
9.4 Manage Project Team
Project Communications Management
10.1 Communications Planning
10.2 Information Distribution
10.3 Performance Reporting
10.4 Manage Stakeholders
Project Risk Management
11.1 Risk Management Planning
11.2 Risk Identification
11.3 Qualitative Risk Analysis
11.4 Quantitative Risk Analysis
11.5 Risk Response Planning
11.6 Risk Monitoring and Control
Project Procurement Management
12.1 Plan Purchase and Acquisitions
12.2 Plan Contracting
12.3 Request Seller Responses
12.4 Select Sellers
12.5 Contract Administration
12.6 Contract Closure
PMP® Code of Professional Conduct
Sample Professional Responsibility
All our course instructors are experienced Project/Program Management Professionals with PgMP® and PMP® certification. Our choice of instructors will guarantee quality delivery of the subject matter to participants.