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Harness strategies and essential skills necessary to gain your PMP credentials:
- Learn how to properly initiate a project. Understand the difference between a project charter and a project plan.
- Break down Project Management Institute’s (PMI)® project management framework and distinguish between projects, programs, portfolios, project management and operations.
- Select the best project life cycle for the circumstances you face.
- Understand the interaction of the five process groups, the 10 knowledge areas, and the 49 processes that make them up.
- List the Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs (ITTO) that move each project process forward.
- Properly initiate, plan and schedule a project with tools to monitor your progress.
- Build a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), network diagrams, and additional PMI recommended tools.
- Analyze your project’s performance with earned value management.
- Learn how to identify and manage stakeholders and project resources throughout the project life cycle.
- Practice the formulas, tools, techniques and test taking tips vital to pass the PMP exam.
What to Expect — Course Outcomes:
This course covers the project management framework, the five process groups, 10 knowledge areas and the 49 processes that are required to initiate, plan, manage and complete a project successfully.
- Identify the concepts behind integration and scope management
- Define the requirements, process and approach to take the PMP® exam
- Examine the main components and framework of the PMP exam
- Write a scope statement and create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Investigate the concepts behind schedule, cost and quality management
- Learn the skills needed to diagram schedules and calculate earned value
- Identify the concepts behind resource management, communications and risk management
- Establish and practice solid risk analysis skills
- Describe how to engage in successful procurements and distinguish between different contract types
- Recognize and confront difficult scenarios in ethics and professional and social responsibility
- Identify and manage critical internal and external stakeholders
- Learn what to expect on the PMP exam
- Increase confidence in preparation for the PMP exam
- Assess and correct knowledge gaps for better success and results
PMP and PMI are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.