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PMP® Certification Training Course

Course Description

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PMP® Certification Training Course

PMP® certification is the gold standard for Project Management professionals. The course covers the latest best practices highlighted in the PMBOK Guide – 6th Edition. Learn from expert practitioners and pass the PMP® exam on your first attempt with Simplilearn’s new PMP® training course.

PMP Certification Course Overview

The course covers new trends, emerging practices, tailoring considerations, and core competencies required of a Project Management professional. Placing a greater emphasis on strategic and business knowledge, this course also includes a new section on the role of the project manager in both large and small companies.

Eligibility

The PMP® certification is an essential professional requirement for senior project manager roles across all industries. The course is best suited for: Project Managers, Associate/Assistant Project Managers, Team Leads/Team Managers, Project Executives/Project Engineers, Software Developers, Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager.

Pre-requisites

You should have a secondary degree (i.e. high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent) with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects along with 35 hours of project management education.ORYou should have a four-year degree with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects along with 35 hours of project management education.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 00 – Introduction to the Course

0.01 Introduction to the Course

Lesson 01 – Introduction to PMP Certification

1.01 Introduction to PMP Certification
1.02 PMP Exam Requirements and Syllabus

Lesson 02 – Professional and Social Responsibility

2.01 Code of Ethics
2.02 Ensuring Individual Integrity
2.03 Quiz

Lesson 03 – Project Management Framework

3.01 Project Management Framework
3.02 Project Management
3.03 Portfolios Programs Projects and Stakeholders
3.04 Project Management Office
3.05 Project Life Cycle vs Product Life Cycle
3.06 Project Management Process Groups
3.07 Project Management Processes
3.08 Quiz

Lesson 04 – Project Management Processes

4.01 Project Management Processes
4.02 Inputs and Actions of Project Management Process Groups
4.03 Quiz

Lesson 05 – Role of the Project Manager

5.01 Role of the Project Manager
5.02 Project Manager Competences
5.03 Leadership and Leadership Styles
5.04 Performing Integration
5.05 Quiz

Lesson 06 – Project Integration Management

6.01 Project Integration Management
6.02 Project Integration Management Knowledge Areas
6.03 Direct and Manage Project Work
6.04 Perform Integrated Change Control
6.05 Quiz

Lesson 07 – Project Scope Management

7.01 Project Scope Management
7.02 Knowledge Areas Planning Process
7.03 Knowledge Areas Monitoring and Controlling Process
7.04 Quiz

Lesson 08 – Project Schedule Management

8.01 Project Schedule Management
8.02 Project Schedule Gantt Charts and Network Diagrams
8.03 Project Schedule Management
8.04 Schedule Network Analysis Techniques
8.05 Quiz

Lesson 09 – Project Cost Management

9.01 Project Cost Management
9.02 Project Cost Management Processes
9.03 Earned Value Management
9.04 Quiz

Lesson 10 – Project Quality Management

10.01 Project Quality Management
10.02 Project Quality Management Processes
10.03 Quality Tools
10.04 Quiz

Lesson 11 – Project Resource Management

11.01 Project Resource Management
11.02 Team Dynamics
11.03 Organizational Theories and Leadership Styles
11.04 Quiz

Lesson 12 – Project Communications Management

12.01 Project Communications Management
12.02 Project Communications Management Processes
12.03 Quiz

Lesson 13 – Project Risk Management

13.01 Risk and Risk Management
13.02 Project Risk Management Process
13.03 Quiz

Lesson 14 – Project Procurement Management

14.01 Project Procurement Management
14.02 Project Procurement Management Processes
13.03 Scenario 18 Project Procurement Management
14.03 Quiz

Lesson 15 – Project Stakeholder Management

15.01 Meaning of Stakeholder and Stakeholder Management
15.02 Project Stakeholder Management Processes
15.03 Quiz

Lesson 16 – Appendix PMP List of Knowledge and Skills

16.01 Knowledge and Skills
16.02 Cross-cutting Knowledge and Skills

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