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PMP® Certification Training

Project Management Professional Course

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Project Management Professional (PMP®) is the most prestigious and sought-after certification in Project management Spectrum. With 833,025 Professions holding PMP® credentials, you can find PMP® credential holders driving projects in various sectors and domains. 


Course Include :-

Access to Study Guide meeting PMI® standards
1000+ Practice Questions
35 Contact Hours Certificate Mandatory for PMI® exam
Exercises and chapter-end quizzes
Assistance to Fill PMI® Application
7 Days money back guarantee*
Dedicated Support by staff holding PMP® certification credential
Looking to host group or corporate training ?
Click Here
Course Include:-

4-days of In-Person Classroom Training
Access to Study Guide meeting PMI® standards and PMBOK® Guide
1000+ Practice Questions, Exercises and chapter-end quizzes
100% Pass Guarantee on 1st attempt*
35 Contact Hours Certificate Mandatory for PMI® exam
PMI® Application Assistance
Dedicated Support by Staff holding PMP® credentials
Looking to host group or corporate training ?
Click Here

Project Management Professional (PMP®) is the most prestigious and sought-after certification in Project management Spectrum.

With 833,025 Professions holding PMP® credentials, you can find PMP® credential holders driving projects in various sectors and domains.

With an average resulting salary of $113,000, PMP® is one of the most rewarding certifications. In addition to adding value to the professions, PMP® certifications add value to the Organizations as well.

The PMP® credentials signify that you speak and understand the global language of project management and PMP® Exam Prep Boot Camp can be taken by experienced project managers who meet the following requirements:

  • Perform their duties under general supervision and are responsible for all aspects of the project
  • Lead and direct cross-functional teams to deliver projects within the set constraints
  • Demonstrate sufficient knowledge and experience to appropriately apply a methodology to projects that have reasonably well-defined project requirements and deliverables

Complete application requirements and role definition can be found in the PMP Handbook.

Project Management Professional (PMP) is a registered mark of Project Management Institute, Inc.

 

 

Prerequisites:

Education/Degree

Experience

Training

Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate degree or the global equivalent)

 

7500 hours of leading and directing Projects

35 contact hours

Four-year degree

4500 hours of leading and directing Projects

35 contact hours

 

Examination Format:

  • The exam consists of 200 questions
  • The time duration of the examination is 4 hours
  • 25 pretest questions are included in the examination but Candidates are scored on 175 questions only.

 

Examination cost:

Member: US$405.00
Non-member: US$555.00

Day

Lesson No.

                                                  Topics

1

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Certification Planner, LLC

 

  • What people say about CP
  • Training types
  • Accreditations and Clients
  • About Certification Planner
  • Introduction to live training
  • About the tutorial

1

Introduction to PMP Certification

 

  • Discuss PMI®   and PMP® Certification
  • Identify the application requirements for the PMP examination List
  • Guidelines to complete PMP application
  • Describe the PMP examination outline and syllabus
  • Discover what’s new in PMBOK® Guide—sixth edition

2

Professional and Social Responsibility

 

  • This Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct describes the expectations that we have of ourselves and our fellow practitioners in the global project management community
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

3a

Project Management Framework

 

  • Understand the five project management process groups and the processes within each group
  • Recognize the relationships among project, program, portfolio, and operational management
  • Define a typical project lifecycle
  • Understand the function and importance of tailoring for different projects
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

3b

The Environment in Which Projects Operate

 

  • Identify the factors and assets that may impact the outcome of a project
  • Distinguish between organizational systems
  • Understand the purpose and activities of a Project Management Office
  • Recognize the hierarchy of projects, programs, and portfolios
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

3c

Role of the Project Manager

 

  • State the primary functions of a project manager
  • Understand a project manager’s sphere of influence
  • Identify the major elements included in the PMI triangle
  • Recognize the difference between leadership and management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

4

Project Integration Management

 

  • Understand the seven project management processes
  • Identify the input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the seven processes
  • Understand the purpose of project integration management and the project manager’s role within it
  • Identify concepts and procedures related to project change management
  • Identify tailoring consideration in project integration management and recognize key documents
  • Identify methods for project integration and knowledge management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

2

5

Project Scope Management

 

  • Understand the six project management processes in the project scope management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the six processes
  • Identify key concepts and tailoring consideration for project scope management, and key roles in scope management
  • Identify the purpose and elements of a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Understand project
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

6

Project Schedule Management

 

  • Define the six project management processes in the project schedule management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the six processes
  • Solve simple network diagrams problems and perform basic scheduling calculations
  • Identify considerations for agile/adaptive environments in project schedule management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

7

Project Cost Management

 

  • Understand the four project management processes in the project cost management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the four processes in project cost management
  • Identify key concepts, including tailoring and special considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Understand and apply basic forecasting and earned value methods for project cost management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

3

8

Project Quality Management

 

  • Understand the three project management processes
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the three quality management processes
  • Understand the reasons for and approaches to adapting quality management
  • Identify quality tools and approaches for continuous improvement
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

9

Project Resource Management

 

  • Define the six project management processes in the project resource management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques
  • Identify key concepts and trends, including tailoring and considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Identify techniques for developing a team, managing conflict, and resolving resource-related problems
  • Understand the components of a resource management plan and data representation techniques for managing project resources
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

10

Project Communications Management

 

  • Understand the three project management processes
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs
  • Identify key concepts and trends, including tailoring and considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Recognize the dimensions of communication and components of a communications management plan
  • Identify communications skills and methods for project communication management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

4

11

Project Risk Management

 

  • Understand the seven project management processes in the project risk management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in project risk management
  • Identify the key documents in project risk management
  • Perform simple risk calculations
  • Recognize when and how to adjust risk based on the project environment
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

12

Project Procurement Management

 

  • Understand the three processes in the project procurement management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the three project procurement processes
  • Identify key concepts and tailoring considerations, including trends and emerging practices
  • Identify various types of contracts, agreements, and source selection methods
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

13

Project Stakeholder Management

 

  • Understand the four project management processes
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs
  • Recognize key stakeholders’ roles and needs
  • Identify the key concepts and benefits of stakeholder management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

Q1. What happens if I am not able to clear the examination in the first attempt?

We use high learning methodologies to equip learners with the understanding of the latest market trends and boost their confidence to pass the PMP®  exam in the very first attempt. However, if you are not able to clear the certification examination in the first attempt, we have a 100% money-back guarantee for you. Refer to the Policies page to know more.

 

Q2. How do I find out the details like venue, timing related to my class?

You will receive an email containing the details related to your classroom venue and timing 5 days before your scheduled training date. If you have not received the email or are facing any other issue, you can drop an email with your query to support@certificationplanner.com. Out training delivery team will be there for you! 

 

Q3. How can I pay?

We accept various modes of payment ranging from Pay Pal to wire transfer. For public classes, we accept ACH, Wire Transfer, Pay Pal, Credit Card, Debit Card, Diners, Cheque, Master Card. For Corporate training, we accept Credit Cards, Check, Wire Transfer, and PayPal, Purchase Orders. If you are paying by check, the check needs to be scanned and sent to our mailing address 5 days before the training date.

 

Q4. How does Instructor-Led Online Classroom work?

Our online classroom training is conducted via www.gotomeeting.com and all our classes are interactive sessions which enable participants to watch, talk and chat with the instructor and fellow participants. Our instructors are familiar with GoToMeeting and our dedicated CP champ will walk you through the platform before the class. We record all sessions and share downloadable videos for future reference

 

Q5. Will the recorded lessons be shared with the participants in Online training?

Yes, the recorded training is shared with the participant. The recordings are shared post-completion of the class. Participants will receive a link to download the recordings on the email address shared by them during registration.

 

Q6. Can I cancel my class? How will the reimbursement process work?

Yes, you can cancel your participation in a training session. However, the cancellation and refund are subject to the following conditions:

  • You can cancel your class by emailing us at support@certificationplanner.com
  • If you cancel before 2 weeks from the scheduled training date, a cancelation fee of 10% will be deducted and the balance amount will be refunded.
  • If you cancel within 2 weeks from the class, a 100% deduction will be made.

The refund will be made through the same mode of payment during enrolment. Refer to our Policy Page for more details.

 

Q7. For how long do I have the access to the course material if I take up Self-Study and can it be extended?

You will have access to the material for 180 days. Yes, you can extend the access duration for the course material at an additional charge. You can contact support@certificationplanner.com to find out the additional charges. The additional charge is decided based on the duration of the extension you need.

 

Q8. Who should take up PMP certification?

PMP is the goldstone standard in Project management spectrum and aims at making you proficient in project management by introducing you to the project management principles and best practices. You need to have standard knowledge and experience in Project management before you take up the certification. PMP is best suited for people directly involved in managing projects, like:

  • Program Managers.
  • Business Analyst.
  • Delivery Managers.
  • Project Managers.
  • Associate Project Managers

You need to fulfill the following criteria to take up Project Management Professional Certification.

 

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Q9. What is PMI and how does it relate to PMP certification?

Project management institution (PMI) is a global non-profitable organization for project management that actively engages in project management research, best practices derivation, certification training and much more. It is a globally acknowledged institution that governs and conducts Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and its examination.

 

Q10. Is the exam fee included in the course fee?

No, the examination fee is not included in the course fee. You will have to pay the examination fee directly to PMI while registering for the examination. However, we will reimburse the re-examination fee, if you are not able to clear the examination in the first attempt, under our 100% Money Back Guarantee policy.

 

Project Management Professional (PMP) is a registered mark of Project Management Institute, Inc.

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Course Highlights

Enjoy Global Presence
Enjoy Global Presence

93% of organizations report using standardized project management practices

Relevant to Industry
Relevant to Industry

72% of PMO leaders find certification relevant for project managers

Unlock New Opportunities
Unlock New Opportunities

15.7 million (approx.) new Project Management job opportunities by 2020

Improved Compensation Structure
Improved Compensation Structure

Average salary of $113,000 in USA

Improved Growth Prospects
Improved Growth Prospects

Enjoy a Salary growth up to 15%

Highly Reputed
Highly Reputed

The most reputed Project Management Certification



Key Features
Course Include:-

4-days of In-Person Classroom Training
Access to Study Guide meeting PMI® standards and PMBOK® Guide
1000+ Practice Questions, Exercises and chapter-end quizzes
100% Pass Guarantee on 1st attempt*
35 Contact Hours Certificate Mandatory for PMI® exam
PMI® Application Assistance
Dedicated Support by Staff holding PMP® credentials
Looking to host group or corporate training ?
Click Here
Course Info

About Certification

Project Management Professional (PMP®) is the most prestigious and sought-after certification in Project management Spectrum.

With 833,025 Professions holding PMP® credentials, you can find PMP® credential holders driving projects in various sectors and domains.

With an average resulting salary of $113,000, PMP® is one of the most rewarding certifications. In addition to adding value to the professions, PMP® certifications add value to the Organizations as well.

The PMP® credentials signify that you speak and understand the global language of project management and PMP® Exam Prep Boot Camp can be taken by experienced project managers who meet the following requirements:

  • Perform their duties under general supervision and are responsible for all aspects of the project
  • Lead and direct cross-functional teams to deliver projects within the set constraints
  • Demonstrate sufficient knowledge and experience to appropriately apply a methodology to projects that have reasonably well-defined project requirements and deliverables

Complete application requirements and role definition can be found in the PMP Handbook.

Project Management Professional (PMP) is a registered mark of Project Management Institute, Inc.

 

 

Examination Process

Prerequisites:

Education/Degree

Experience

Training

Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate degree or the global equivalent)

 

7500 hours of leading and directing Projects

35 contact hours

Four-year degree

4500 hours of leading and directing Projects

35 contact hours

 

Examination Format:

  • The exam consists of 200 questions
  • The time duration of the examination is 4 hours
  • 25 pretest questions are included in the examination but Candidates are scored on 175 questions only.

 

Examination cost:

Member: US$405.00
Non-member: US$555.00

Training Agenda

Day

Lesson No.

                                                  Topics

1

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Certification Planner, LLC

 

  • What people say about CP
  • Training types
  • Accreditations and Clients
  • About Certification Planner
  • Introduction to live training
  • About the tutorial

1

Introduction to PMP Certification

 

  • Discuss PMI®   and PMP® Certification
  • Identify the application requirements for the PMP examination List
  • Guidelines to complete PMP application
  • Describe the PMP examination outline and syllabus
  • Discover what’s new in PMBOK® Guide—sixth edition

2

Professional and Social Responsibility

 

  • This Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct describes the expectations that we have of ourselves and our fellow practitioners in the global project management community
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

3a

Project Management Framework

 

  • Understand the five project management process groups and the processes within each group
  • Recognize the relationships among project, program, portfolio, and operational management
  • Define a typical project lifecycle
  • Understand the function and importance of tailoring for different projects
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

3b

The Environment in Which Projects Operate

 

  • Identify the factors and assets that may impact the outcome of a project
  • Distinguish between organizational systems
  • Understand the purpose and activities of a Project Management Office
  • Recognize the hierarchy of projects, programs, and portfolios
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

3c

Role of the Project Manager

 

  • State the primary functions of a project manager
  • Understand a project manager’s sphere of influence
  • Identify the major elements included in the PMI triangle
  • Recognize the difference between leadership and management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

4

Project Integration Management

 

  • Understand the seven project management processes
  • Identify the input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the seven processes
  • Understand the purpose of project integration management and the project manager’s role within it
  • Identify concepts and procedures related to project change management
  • Identify tailoring consideration in project integration management and recognize key documents
  • Identify methods for project integration and knowledge management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

2

5

Project Scope Management

 

  • Understand the six project management processes in the project scope management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the six processes
  • Identify key concepts and tailoring consideration for project scope management, and key roles in scope management
  • Identify the purpose and elements of a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Understand project
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

6

Project Schedule Management

 

  • Define the six project management processes in the project schedule management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the six processes
  • Solve simple network diagrams problems and perform basic scheduling calculations
  • Identify considerations for agile/adaptive environments in project schedule management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

7

Project Cost Management

 

  • Understand the four project management processes in the project cost management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the four processes in project cost management
  • Identify key concepts, including tailoring and special considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Understand and apply basic forecasting and earned value methods for project cost management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

3

8

Project Quality Management

 

  • Understand the three project management processes
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the three quality management processes
  • Understand the reasons for and approaches to adapting quality management
  • Identify quality tools and approaches for continuous improvement
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

9

Project Resource Management

 

  • Define the six project management processes in the project resource management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques
  • Identify key concepts and trends, including tailoring and considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Identify techniques for developing a team, managing conflict, and resolving resource-related problems
  • Understand the components of a resource management plan and data representation techniques for managing project resources
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

10

Project Communications Management

 

  • Understand the three project management processes
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs
  • Identify key concepts and trends, including tailoring and considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Recognize the dimensions of communication and components of a communications management plan
  • Identify communications skills and methods for project communication management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

4

11

Project Risk Management

 

  • Understand the seven project management processes in the project risk management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in project risk management
  • Identify the key documents in project risk management
  • Perform simple risk calculations
  • Recognize when and how to adjust risk based on the project environment
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

12

Project Procurement Management

 

  • Understand the three processes in the project procurement management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs defined in the three project procurement processes
  • Identify key concepts and tailoring considerations, including trends and emerging practices
  • Identify various types of contracts, agreements, and source selection methods
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz

13

Project Stakeholder Management

 

  • Understand the four project management processes
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques, and outputs
  • Recognize key stakeholders’ roles and needs
  • Identify the key concepts and benefits of stakeholder management
  • Key takeaways
  • Quiz
FAQ's

Q1. What happens if I am not able to clear the examination in the first attempt?

We use high learning methodologies to equip learners with the understanding of the latest market trends and boost their confidence to pass the PMP®  exam in the very first attempt. However, if you are not able to clear the certification examination in the first attempt, we have a 100% money-back guarantee for you. Refer to the Policies page to know more.

 

Q2. How do I find out the details like venue, timing related to my class?

You will receive an email containing the details related to your classroom venue and timing 5 days before your scheduled training date. If you have not received the email or are facing any other issue, you can drop an email with your query to support@certificationplanner.com. Out training delivery team will be there for you! 

 

Q3. How can I pay?

We accept various modes of payment ranging from Pay Pal to wire transfer. For public classes, we accept ACH, Wire Transfer, Pay Pal, Credit Card, Debit Card, Diners, Cheque, Master Card. For Corporate training, we accept Credit Cards, Check, Wire Transfer, and PayPal, Purchase Orders. If you are paying by check, the check needs to be scanned and sent to our mailing address 5 days before the training date.

 

Q4. How does Instructor-Led Online Classroom work?

Our online classroom training is conducted via www.gotomeeting.com and all our classes are interactive sessions which enable participants to watch, talk and chat with the instructor and fellow participants. Our instructors are familiar with GoToMeeting and our dedicated CP champ will walk you through the platform before the class. We record all sessions and share downloadable videos for future reference

 

Q5. Will the recorded lessons be shared with the participants in Online training?

Yes, the recorded training is shared with the participant. The recordings are shared post-completion of the class. Participants will receive a link to download the recordings on the email address shared by them during registration.

 

Q6. Can I cancel my class? How will the reimbursement process work?

Yes, you can cancel your participation in a training session. However, the cancellation and refund are subject to the following conditions:

  • You can cancel your class by emailing us at support@certificationplanner.com
  • If you cancel before 2 weeks from the scheduled training date, a cancelation fee of 10% will be deducted and the balance amount will be refunded.
  • If you cancel within 2 weeks from the class, a 100% deduction will be made.

The refund will be made through the same mode of payment during enrolment. Refer to our Policy Page for more details.

 

Q7. For how long do I have the access to the course material if I take up Self-Study and can it be extended?

You will have access to the material for 180 days. Yes, you can extend the access duration for the course material at an additional charge. You can contact support@certificationplanner.com to find out the additional charges. The additional charge is decided based on the duration of the extension you need.

 

Q8. Who should take up PMP certification?

PMP is the goldstone standard in Project management spectrum and aims at making you proficient in project management by introducing you to the project management principles and best practices. You need to have standard knowledge and experience in Project management before you take up the certification. PMP is best suited for people directly involved in managing projects, like:

  • Program Managers.
  • Business Analyst.
  • Delivery Managers.
  • Project Managers.
  • Associate Project Managers

You need to fulfill the following criteria to take up Project Management Professional Certification.

 

A screenshot of a cell phone

Description automatically generated

 

Q9. What is PMI and how does it relate to PMP certification?

Project management institution (PMI) is a global non-profitable organization for project management that actively engages in project management research, best practices derivation, certification training and much more. It is a globally acknowledged institution that governs and conducts Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and its examination.

 

Q10. Is the exam fee included in the course fee?

No, the examination fee is not included in the course fee. You will have to pay the examination fee directly to PMI while registering for the examination. However, we will reimburse the re-examination fee, if you are not able to clear the examination in the first attempt, under our 100% Money Back Guarantee policy.

 

Project Management Professional (PMP) is a registered mark of Project Management Institute, Inc.

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