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Project Management Professional (PMP) – 6th edition – PMP…

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19 hours 31 minutes

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Become a Project Management Professional (PMP) and join thousands of others taking our PMP Course. The purpose of this program is to prepare experienced project management team members to take the PMP (Project Management Professional) certification examination. The emphasis is on explaining the PMI (Project Management Institute) best practices for project management across the continuum from predictive through adaptive life cycles as proposed in the 6th edition PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge).

The PMP credential is the most widely accepted professional certifications in the world and its framework has set the standard for the project management profession for the past 30 years.

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What will you learn?

The PMP course provides the student with the information required to understand the concepts that will need to be applied in an analytical manner to answer examination situational questions. During this PMP course, the student will review these lessons and use practice questions and flashcards to finish preparing for the examination.

After completing this online training course, the student should be able to:

  • Apply the concepts of the PMP 6th Edition Course to better manage projects in their work environment
  • Understand the complexities of situational questions given on the exam
  • Gain an understanding for the level of competency required for the exam
  • Reduce study time by focusing on the relevant exam topics
  • Understand the makeup and format of the PMP®Exam
  • Comprehend the professional responsibility domain, process groups and knowledge areas of the PMP 6th Edition Course

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Course Syllabus

Module 1 : Getting Certified to take the Examination

  1. 1.1 Intro
  2. 1.2 Getting Certified to take the Exam
  3. 1.3 Techniques for Preparing for the Exam

Module 2 : Project Management Framework

  • 2.1 PMBOK Framework prt1
  • 2.2 PMBOK Framework prt2
  • 2.3 PMBOK Framework prt3

Module 3 : Project Integration Management

  1. 3.1 Project Integration Mgmt
  2. 3.2 Project Integration Mgmt prt2
  3. 3.3 Integration Questions

Module 4 : Project Scope Management

  1. 4.1 Project Scope Mgmt
  2. 4.2 Project Scope Mgmt prt2
  3. 4.3 Scope Questions

Module 5 : Project Schedule Management

  • 5.1 Project Schedule Mgmt
  • 5.2 Project Schedule Mgmt prt2
  • 5.3 Project Schedule Mgmt prt3
  • 5.4 Schedule Knowledge Questions

Module 6 : Project Cost Management

  1. 6.1 Project Cost Mgmt
  2. 6.2 Earned Value Mgmt
  3. 6.3 Trend Analysis
  4. 6.4 Cost Questions

Module 7 : Project Quality Management

  1. 7.1 Project Quality Mgmt
  2. 7.2 Quality Zero Defects
  3. 7.3 Control Quality
  4. 7.4 Quality Questions

Module 8 : Project Resource Management

  1. 8.1 Project Resource Mgmt
  2. 8.2 Estimate Activity Resources
  3. 8.3 Manage Team
  4. 8.4 Resource Histogram
  5. 8.5 Resource Questions

Module 9 : Project Communications Management

  1. 9.1 Project Communication Mgmt
  2. 9.2 Communication Methods
  3. 9.3 Communications
  4. 9.4 Communication Questions

Module 10 : Project Risk Management

  1. 10.1 Project Risk Mgmt
  2. 10.2 Identify Risk
  3. 10.3 Quantitive Risk Analysis
  4. 10.4 Plan Risk Responses
  5. 10.5 Risk Questions

Module 11 : Project Procurement Management

  1. 11.1 Project Procurement
  2. 11.2 Make or Buy
  3. 11.3 Share
  4. 11.4 Procurement Documents
  5. 11.5 Negotiations
  6. 11.6 Procurement Questions

Module 12 : Project Stakeholder Management

  1. 12.1 Project Stakeholder Mgmt
  2. 12.2 Plan Stakeholder Engagement
  3. 12.3 Project Stakeholder Questions

Module 13 : Review

  1. 13.1 Review for Exam Prep
  2. 13.2 Project Mgmt vs Program Mgmt vs Portfolio Mgmt
  3. 13.3 Knowledge Areas review
  4. 13.4 Project Scope Management Review
  5. 13.5 Project Schedule Management Review
  6. 13.6 Project Cost Management Review
  7. 13.7 Project Quality Management Review
  8. 13.8 Project Resource Management Review
  9. 13.9 Project Communications Mgmt Review
  10. 13.10 Project Risk Management Review
  11. 13.11 Project Procurement Management
  12. 13.12 Project Stakeholder Management

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