The PMP Program is intended for professionals that are preparing to take the PMP Certification exam by the Project Management Institute Certifications. Students of the PMP program are lining up to take the Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional Certification (PMP). This is the topmost requested certification in the world, and the sign of a truly experienced and capable Project Manager.
PMP Certification has certain minimum requirements which include:
- You must have 35 hours of specific project management education
- With a bachelor's degree (or the global equivalent): You must have a minimum three years' professional project management experience, during which 4,500 hours are spent leading and directing project tasks, up to eight years from the time of application
- Without a bachelor's degree (or the global equivalent): You must have a minimum five years' professional project management experience, during which at least 7,500 hours are spent leading and directing project tasks, up to eight years from the time of application
Upon completion, you will be able to:
Apply cost, quality, and resources to project planning
Have extensive understanding of the technical dimensions of project management
Have a broad range of skills across the social-cultural dimensions
Have comprehensive understanding of the PMBOK Guide Knowledge Areas
The Project Management Arena
Project Management Overview
Why Leadership is Important to Success
Finding the Right Balance Between XP and Skills
Strategic Planning Vs Planning Strategies
Delivering Success through Leadership
Project Management Methodologies Overview
How Essential are they for Project Success?
The Positives and Negatives of PRINCE2 2005 & 2009
The Positives and Negatives of PMP/PMI
The Positives and Negatives of SCRUM
The Positives and Negatives of Six Sigma Belts
Useful Software Tools
Creating & Checking the Business Case
What is a Business Case?
Keeping Business Focus
Are the Project Goals Realistic?
Are the resources safe and secured?
Maintaining the Balance
Stakeholder Analysis Part 1
Who are the Project Stakeholders?
Identifying Needs and Expectations
Stakeholder Analysis Part 2
Understanding Organizational Dynamics
What are Organizational Dynamics?
Recognizing Organizational Goals
Understanding Organizational Culture
Power and Decision Making Dynamics
Understanding Team Structure
Choosing your Teams Skill Set
Defining Roles and Responsibilities
Culturing your Team
Reinforcing Weakness with Strength
Dealing with ‘Up Tights and Egos’
Preparing for Conflict
Strategic Project Planning
What is Strategic Project Planning?
Divide and Conquer (Project Planning)
Devising a Plan of Attack (Creating Your Risk Plan)
Reinforcing Your Plan (Presentation Plan formats)
Managing Risks-Defending Yourself from Invaders
Effective Risk Management
Risk Management Strategy
Taking Advantage of Opportunities
Defining Project Quality
Determining the Quality Parameters
Agreeing Product Schematics
Managing Client Quality Expectations
Getting the Approval and Prioritizing Acceptance Criterion