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CAPM® Certification Training

Course Description

CAPM® Certification Training

Aspiring Project Managers will benefit from the globally recognized Certified Associate in project manager (CAPM®) certification. Learn the tools and best practices of project manager and launch your career or move into new organizational roles and responsibilities with our CAPM training.

Course Overview

Our CAPM certification training gives beginners an overview of core project manager philosophies and knowledge of the five process groups and 10 knowledge areas prescribed by the project manager Institute (PMI®). The course covers the fundamental concepts of project management and its processes, preparing you for the CAPM certification exam.


Professionals seeking to raise their skillsets to a new level in the growing project management field are ideal candidates for the CAPM online course. This certification is best suited for project associates or executives and any professional aspiring to start a career in project management.


For the CAPM certification:
You should have a secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent) and 1,500 hours of professional project experience.
You need to have a secondary diploma (high school diploma or the global equivalent) along with 23 hours of formal project management training.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 01 – Introduction

1.01 Introduction to CAPM
1.02 Key Takeaways

Lesson 02 – Introduction to Project Management

2.01 Introduction to Project Management
2.02 Project Management Process Groups
2.03 Project Management Processes
2.04 Process Groups ITTO
2.05 Portfolios Programs Stakeholders

Lesson 03 – Project Environment

3.01 Project Environment

Lesson 04 – Role of the Project Manager

4.01 Role of the Project Manager
4.02 Code of Ethics

Lesson 05 – Project Integration Management

5.01 Project Integration Management
5.02 Project Integration Management Knowledge Areas
5.03 Direct and Manage Project Work
5.04 Perform Integrated Change Control
5.05 Scenario 1 Project Integration Management
5.06 Scenario 2 Project Integration Management

Lesson 06 – Project Scope Management

6.01 Project Scope Management
6.02 Project Scope Management in Planning Process Group
6.03 Project Scope Management in Monitoring and Controlling Process Group
6.04 Scenario 3 Project Scope Management
6.05 Scenario 4 Project Scope Management

Lesson 07 – Project Schedule Management

7.01 Project Schedule Management
7.02 Project Schedule Management Processes
7.03 Schedule Network Analysis Techniques
7.04 Scenario 5 Project Schedule Management

Lesson 08 – Project Cost Management

8.01 Project Cost Management
8.02 Earned Value Management
8.03 Scenario 6 Project Cost Management
8.04 Scenario 7 Project Cost Management

Lesson 09 – Project Quality Management

9.01 Project Quality Management
9.02 Project Quality Management Processes
9.03 Quality Tools
9.04 Scenario 8 Project Quality Management
9.05 Scenario 9 Project Quality Management

Lesson 10 – Project Resource Management

10.01 Project Resource Management
10.02 Team Dynamics
10.03 Organizational Theories and Leadership Styles
10.04 Scenario 10 Project Resource Management
10.05 Scenario 11 Project Resource Management

Lesson 11 – Project Communications Management

11.01 Project Communications Management
11.02 Project Communications Management Processes
11.03 Scenario 12 Project Communications Management
11.04 Scenario 13 Project Communications Management

Lesson 12 – Project Risk Management

12.01 Project Risk Management
12.02 Project Risk Management Processes
12.03 Scenario 14 Project Risk Management
12.04 Scenario 15 Project Risk Management

Lesson 13 – Project Procurement Management

13.01 Project Procurement Management
13.02 Project Procurement Management Processes
13.03 Scenario 16 Project Procurement Management

Lesson 14 – Project Stakeholder Management

14.01 Project Stakeholder Management
14.02 Project Stakeholder Management Processes
14.03 Scenario 17 Project Stakeholder Management
14.04 Scenario 18 Project Stakeholder Management


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You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.

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