PMP ® Training Online

Duration: 35hr       Mode: Self-Paced       Access 6 Months

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Course Overview

Aligned to PMI outline for the PMP ® Certification Exam.

This Online Training Course on Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification is based on the Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) - Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2013. This course covers all the knowledge areas & process groups along with examination tips and tricks - Delivered by an expert project management author having rich experience in corporate & project handling.

PMP® is an industry recognized certification for project management career from the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. This certification exhibits that the Project Management Professionals have the capability to lead project teams, reducing the risks in projects life cycle and ensuring the best practices in the industry.

PMP and PMBOK are the registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc. Curriculum

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria is grouped under two categories:

For Graduates:
  • 4500 hours/Three (3) years/36 months of unique (non-overlapping) Project Management Experience within past eight-year period prior to the application.
  • "Non-Overlapping" means that if the PMP® aspirant is managing multiple projects within a specified duration, the experience of only one of those multiple projects will be counted.
  • During the PMP® Application process, the participant needs to document his/her work experience of minimum 36 Months across the typical Project Management Life Cycle: Initiation | Planning | Execution | Monitoring & Control | Close Out
  • 35 contact hours of Formal Project Management Education: Typically Four Days Classroom/40 Hours E-Learning Program.
  • For Diploma Holders:
  • 7500 hours/Five (5) years/60 months of unique (non-overlapping) Project Management Experience within past eight-year period prior to the application.
  • "Non-Overlapping" means that if the PMP® aspirant is managing multiple projects within a specified duration, the experience of only one of those multiple projects will be counted.
  • During the PMP® Application Process, the participant needs to document his/her work experience of minimum 60 Months across the typical Project Management Life Cycle: Initiation | Planning | Execution | Monitoring & Control | Close Out
  • 35 contact hours of Formal Project Management Education: Typically Four Days Classroom/40 Hours E-Learning Program.
  • Course Preview:

    I Session 1
    1

    Introduction to PMP

    44:50

    2

    7 Steps in PMP

    58:04

    3

    Project

    01:00:26

    4

    Summary

    04:28

    II Session 2
    5

    Project Lifecycle

    44:50

    6

    Models of Project Lifecycle

    58:04

    7

    What helps Projects Succeed

    01:00:26

    8

    Organizational Influences

    04:28

    9

    Summary

    04:28

    III Session 2.1
    10

    Project Management Process

    44:50

    11

    Process Group Interaction

    58:04

    12

    Project Integration Management

    01:00:26

    13

    Project Integration Management-Part2

    04:28

    14

    Introduction to other knowledge Areas-Part 1

    04:28

    15

    Introduction to other knowledge Areas-Part 2

    04:28

    16

    Summary

    04:28

    IV Session 2.2
    17

    Introduction to Scope Management

    44:50

    18

    Planning Project Scope Management-Part 1

    58:04

    19

    Planning Project Scope Management-Part 2

    01:00:26

    20

    Monitoring and Controlling Project Scope Management

    04:28

    21

    Summary

    04:28

    V Session 2.3
    22

    Introduction to Time Management

    44:50

    23

    Planning Time Management-Part 1

    58:04

    24

    Planning Time Management-Part 2

    01:00:26

    25

    Understand the Value of Time-Part 1

    04:28

    26

    Understand the Value of Time-Part 2

    04:28

    27

    Monitoring Time Management

    04:28

    28

    Summary

    04:28

    VI Session 2.4
    29

    Introduction to Cost Management

    44:50

    30

    Planning Cost Management

    58:04

    31

    Monitoring and Controlling

    01:00:26

    32

    Summary

    04:28

    VII Session 2.5
    33

    Introduction to Quality Management

    44:50

    34

    Plan Quality Management

    58:04

    35

    Perform Quality Assurance

    01:00:26

    36

    Control Quality

    04:28

    37

    Summary

    04:28

    VIII Session 2.6
    38

    Introduction to HR Management

    44:50

    39

    Acquire Project Team

    58:04

    40

    Develop Project Team

    01:00:26

    41

    Manage Project Team

    04:28

    42

    Important Concepts on HR Management

    04:28

    43

    Important Concepts on HR Management-Part 2

    04:28

    44

    Summary

    04:28

    IX Session 2.7
    45

    Introduction to Communications Management

    44:50

    46

    Plan Communications Management

    58:04

    47

    Manage Communications-Part 1

    01:00:26

    48

    Manage Communications-Part 2

    04:28

    49

    Control Communications

    04:28

    50

    Summary

    04:28

    X Session 2.8
    51

    Introduction to Risk Management-Part 1

    44:50

    52

    Introduction to Risk Management-Part 2

    58:04

    53

    Plan Risk Management

    01:00:26

    54

    Identify Risks-Part 1

    04:28

    55

    Identify Risks-Part 2

    04:28

    56

    Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis-Part 1

    04:28

    57

    Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis-Part 2

    04:28

    58

    Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis

    04:28

    59

    Plan Risk Performance

    04:28

    60

    Control Risks

    04:28

    61

    Summary

    04:28

    XI Session 2.9
    62

    Introduction to Procurement Management

    44:50

    63

    Project Procurement Management-Part 1

    58:04

    64

    Project Procurement Management-Part 2

    01:00:26

    65

    Control Procurements

    04:28

    66

    Close Procurements

    04:28

    67

    Summary

    04:28

    XII Session 2.10
    68

    Introduction to Stake Holder Management

    44:50

    69

    Identify Stake Holders

    58:04

    70

    Plan Stake Holder Management

    01:00:26

    71

    Manage Stake Holder Engagement

    04:28

    72

    Control Stake Holder Management

    04:28

    73

    Summary

    04:28

    FAQ :

    The course valid for 06 month from the date of activation. It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.

    06 months. Once you purchased a course careermaker, you will have access for 06 month!

    We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

    • The certificate requires that you have at least 4500 hours of experience in Project Management. Also the candidate should have attended at least 35 hours of class room training on Project Management. PMI explains the eligibility criteria in detail in the PMP certification handbook.

    • If you meet these criteria, then you can file the application from PMIs site Certification section . You also have to submit the application fees when you submit the application. After you have submitted the application, PMI will review your application. If everything goes smoothly, in a few days you will receive an acceptance letter/e-mail from PMI. After this you can schedule the exam by visiting Prometric Center.

    PMI offers now six different exams related to the discipline of Project Management. These are -

    1. PgMP: Program Management Professional

    2. PMP: Project Management Professional

    3. CAPM: Certified Associate Project Manager

    4. PMI-SP: PMI Scheduling Professional

    5. PMI-RMP: PMI Risk Management Professional

    6. PMI-ACP: Agile Certified Professional

    Among these PMP certification is most popular. This site focuses on PMP certification. PMI provides a handbook for each of these exams.

    The PMP exam is a computer based exam conducted in the Prometric centers. The exam has 200 multiple choice questions. Each question has exactly one correct answer. You will get four hours to answer these questions. Most people find four hours to be more than sufficient for the exam. Out of these 200 questions, 25 questions are pretest questions. These are randomly places through out the exam and are used for research purposes. These questions are not evaluated while computing exam results. You will only be evaluated on the basis of 175 questions. To pass the PMP examination, you must answer a minimum of 106 of the 175 scored questions correctly. After you finish and submit the exam, in the Prometric center you will immediately receive the overall mark-sheet for the exam in the Prometric center.

    There is no negative marking in the exam. Unanswered questions are treated as wrong questions. Exam is preceded by 15-minute computer tutorial on the format of the exam.

    After clearing the exam, you will receive the PMP certificate by mail after 2 months. Examination scores are confidential. About 80% candidates clear the exam.

    The PMP exam is based on PMBOK 5th edition. The PMBOK 5th edition was launched in January, 2013. The PMBOK 6th edition will be published in October, 2017.

    Exam results are divided in six areas. There are no minimum marks in separate areas. There are now 14 knowledge areas in which to be proficient.

    You can view your PMP credential status at PMP application status. You can also view certification status of other individuals at PMP registry.

    The two important tips that I suggest are -

    • Sleep well the night before the exam.

    • After you enter the exam room, spend the first five to ten minutes to write down some key notes on the rough sheet, before starting the exam. This will be like a brain dump of what you have memorized. These notes can include Earned Value Management (EVM) and other formulae, list of processes and their inputs, outputs, and tools and techniques. Later in the exam, these notes will act as a good reference for you.

    The program is mainly based on the PMBOK. PMBOK stands for Project Management Book of Knowledge. When you become a member of PMI, you get the PMBOK on a CD. PMBOK is very short and concise. Most people find it a bit difficult to read. The current exam is based on the fourth edition of PMBOK.

    The approach that we suggest is the following:

    1. Read the PMBOK

    2. Read EdWel's Free PMP Textbook.

    3. Read the tutorial on PreparePM

    4. Take a few mock exams.

    5. Revise the sections of the books and PMBOK on which you are not scoring well.

    6. When you start scoring above 80% in the mock exams, you are ready to visit a Prometric center for the exam.

    As an additional note, for many students, text-based learning can be extremely difficult and/or time-consuming. To fast track the process, we recommend taking a classroom-based preparation course, like the one we offer (see sidebar for details).

    The amount of time it will take you to prepare for the PMP certification exam will depend on how much experience you have as a project manager, how familiar are you with PMI's terminology, which book you use to prepare etc. Because the exam is expensive, you should spend enough time so that you feel comfortable. I think you should plan to spend four to eight weeks spending one to two hours per day before you take the exam.

    Opinions vary on this one. The most important thing is to understand the meaning and concepts related to all the inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs. You do not have to memorize the inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs for all the processes to clear the exam. You may get few questions that directly ask the inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs for a process. So if you can memorize a few key ones that will be helpful too.

    More and more Project Management related jobs in today's world require PMP certification. Getting PMP certification is not a guarantee for a successful job search. But it can help you get those elusive interview calls. In today's competitive job market if you are looking for a Project Managers position, then getting PMP certified can significantly increase your chances of getting a job. Also many organizations use the terminology and tools that you will learn as part of PMP certification. The certification will certainly help you do your job better.

    Please refer to the Links to Other sites section of this site.

    Please refer to the PMP books section of this site.

    You are not allowed to take anything except your IDs into the exam room. Inside the examination center you will be provided with rough sheets, pencils, a calculator and ear plugs.