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PMP Certification Prep Training

Course Summary

  15 Audio Video Chapters as per PMBOK 5 Edition syllabus 5 PMP Practice Tests Included (Each exam consist of 200 Questions) Downloadable PMP E-Book Included Downloadable PMBOK 5, PMP® Glossary Included Downloadable 47 PM processes Flow Chart Included PMP Question Bank Included Downloadable PM

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    Course Syllabus

     Introduction to PMI and PMP


    • What are PMI and PMBOK?
    • Certifications offered by PMI
    • PMP certification and pre-requisites for the PMP exam
    • PMP Exam Syllabus & Exam Structure
    • Why do organization’s want certified Project Managers?
    • What are your opportunities?



    • What is a Project?
    • What is a Project-Portfolio-Program management?
    • Project Management Office (PMO)
    • Relationships among Portfolio management, Program management, Project management, organizational project management, Operations management, & Organizational strategy
    • • Advantages of using formal Project management
    • • Role, responsibilities, competencies & interpersonal skills of the project manager
    • • Project leadership and creating value



    • Organizational structures
    • Organizational Process assets
    • Enterprise Environmental factors
    • Project stakeholder & Governance
    • Project life cycle



    • Overview of PMBOK 5- 47 Processes of Project Management
    • Brief about Initiating Process group
    • Brief about Planning Process group
    • Brief about Executing Process group
    • Brief about Monitoring & Controlling Process group
    • Brief about Closing Process group
    • Role of Knowledge areas



    • What’s project integration management?
    • Role of a project team
    • Role of project sponsor
    • Develop project charter
    • Develop Project Management plan
    • Direct and manage project work
    • Monitor and control project work
    • Perform integrated change control
    • Close project or phase
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs
    • Project selection methods



    • What’s project scope management?
    • Product scope Vs Project Scope
    • Plan scope management
    • Collect requirements
    • Define scope
    • Create WBS
    • Example of Work breakdown structure
    • Validate scope
    • Control scope
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs



    • What’s project time management?
    • What is a project schedule?
    • Plan schedule management
    • Define activities
    • Sequence activities (Precedence network diagram, Float, Leads & Lags)
    • Estimate activity resources
    • Estimate activity durations
    • Develop a schedule
    • Control schedule
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs
    • Gantt Charts
    • Network Diagram
    • Schedule network analysis techniques
    • PERT, PERT analysis, Critical Path Method and Schedule compression 



    • What’s project c

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    Recommended Background

    The PMP recognizes demonstrated competence in leading and directing project teams. If you’re an experienced professional looking to solidify your skills, stand out to employers and maximize your earning potential, the PMP credential is the right choice for you. Here is an indicative list of professionals who should go for this PMP training program:


    • Associate Project Managers
    • Project Managers
    • IT Project Managers
    • Delivery Managers
    • Sales Managers
    • HR Head
    • Project Coordinators
    • Project Analysts
    • Project Leaders
    • Project Team Members
    • Senior Project Managers
    • Team Leaders
    • Product Managers
    • Program Managers
    • Project Sponsors
    • Project Head
    • Project Team Members seeking PMP or CAPM certification.

    To apply for this PMP Prep Training, you do not need to have any pre-requesties.

    To apply for the PMP Exam, you need to have either:


    • A four-year degree (bachelor’s or the global equivalent) and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.



    • A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) with at least five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.


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    Course Format

    Self Study via Eduvolks Learning Management System. 

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    Suggested Reading

     PMBOK 5th Edition

    Eduvolks Concised Edition of PMBOK 5th Edition

Course Fee:
USD 45

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7 - 14 hours / week

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