Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Preparation

PMP Exam prep course for the new version of the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam launched on 2 January 2021 The PMP is the gold standard of project management certification. Recognized and demanded by organizations worldwide, the PMP validates your competence to perform in the role of a project manager, leading and directing projects and teams.

This virtual PMP Exam prep course is aimed at people who work in project management and would like to prepare for the new version of the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam launched on 2 January 2021.

By participating in our virtual PMP Exam prep course you will obtain 35 hours of project management education which are approved by the PMI and fulfill the education requirement for the PMP exam.

Our PMP Exam prep course is a pioneer in certification training and has become an internationally recognized course in the field of project management. By participating in our virtual PMP Exam prep course you will learn the best method for preparing for the PMP certification exam.

Learning Objectives:

The participants in our virtual PMP prep course will improve substantially their technical project management knowledge which will contribute to accelerate their career advancement. In addition, the students will gain sufficient project management training to be confident and focused to pass the PMP certification exam. Some of the topics lectured in this virtual course are:

  • Prepared to pass the PMP exam on the first try.
  • Understand PMI’s framework for predictive project management.
  • How a project management process is created and used to manage projects.
  • Ways to measure the performance of a project against the baselines.
  • The value of performing risk management processes to mitigate project failure.
  • How to effectively address communication issues in a project and avoid conflicts.
  • The governance structure for project management in an organization.
  • Learn how agile and hybrid approaches are applied in a traditional managed project.

Audience:

  • Project Managers.
  • Project Engineers, Estimator, Cost Controller, Planner and Buyer.
  • Project administrative staff.
  • Senior and middle management personnel.
  • Project sponsors.
  • Consultants and contractors.
  • Other key project team participants.

Course material:

  • Cloud book, cloud flashcards and FASTrack license – all 6-month license
  • FastTrack examens simulator

Course Outline:

  • Chapter 1: Tricks of the Trade for Studying for This Exam
  • Chapter 2: Framework
  • Chapter 3: Processes and Domains
  • Chapter 4: Integration
  • Chapter 5: Scope
  • Chapter 6: Schedule
  • Chapter 7: Cost
  • Chapter 8: Quality
  • Chapter 9: Resources
  • Chapter 10: Communications
  • Chapter 11: Risk
  • Chapter 12: Procurement
  • Chapter 13: Stakeholders
  • Chapter 14: Tips for Passing the PMP Exam the First Time

Agenda:

    1. Chapter 1: Tricks of the Trade for Studying for This Exam
    2. Chapter 2: Framework
    3. Chapter 3: Processes and Domains
    4. Chapter 4: Integration
    1. Chapter 5: Scope
    2. Chapter 6: Schedule
    3. Chapter 7: Cost
    4. Chapter 8: Quality
    1. Chapter 9: Resources
    2. Chapter 10: Communications
    3. Chapter 11: Risk
    1. Chapter 12: Procurement
    2. Chapter 13: Stakeholders
    3. Chapter 14: Tips for Passing the PMP Exam the First Time
  • Exam Description
    The Project Management Professional (PMP)® is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. For detailed information on the certification exam, please refer to the PMP certification page at https://www.pmi.org

    Exam Facts

    • Delivery - Web-based / Paper -based
    • Format - Closed-book
    • Proctoring - Web proctored
    • Duration - 240 minutes
    • Numbers of questions - 200 multiple choice questions


    Note:
    The passing score for all PMI exams is determined by sound psychometric analysis. PMI uses subject matter experts – project professionals from around the world and many different disciplines – to determine how many questions must be answered correctly to pass the exam. Each scored question on the exam is worth one point; and a candidate’s final score is calculated by totaling the points you have earned on the exam. The number of questions a participant answers correctly places him/her within one of the performance rating categories he/she see on this report.

    Exam Prerequisites
    PMI has specified specific prerequisites and exam requirements that needs to be fulfilled prior to scheduling the PMP® exam. For information about these requirements, visit https://www.pmi.org/certifications/process.

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