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Project Management Training (PMP)

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January - March Day Training

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST


Course Description

PMP Boot camp program package has been developed for individuals seeking to pass the Project Management  Institute’s PMP certification exam, as well as any individual who has attended any Project Management program in  the past and needs to brush up on the material needed to pass the PMP exam. The focus of the PMP exam is on  critical business skills, interpersonal techniques, and project management. (PMP 6th edition exam will be starting  from 1st quarter of 2018) 

Course Objectives

You will apply industry recognized practices of project management and understand a project’s life cycle and roles  and skills necessary to effectively initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control, and close a project. 

Target Audience: 

This course is intended for individuals in various job roles who are involved in leading, managing, and participating  in small to medium scale projects. 


To apply for the PMP exam, you need to have either: A four-year degree (bachelor’s or the global equivalent)  and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35  hours of project management education. 


A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) with at least five years of project management  experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.

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Project Human Resource Management 

  • Overview of Project Human Resource Management  Plan human resource management  
  • Acquire, develop and manage project team  Practice test and exercises 

Project Communications Management 

  • Overview of Project Communications Management  Plan communications management  
  • Manage and control communications  
  • Practice test and exercises 

Project Procurement Management 

  • Overview of Project Procurement Management  
  • Plan procurement management  
  • Conduct, control & close procurements  

Practice test and exercises

Course Contents

Introduction & Project Management Concepts 

  • PMP and CAPM exam requirements and questions  
  • Maintaining certification  
  • Exam-taking tips  
  • Pre-test  
  • Project Management definitions  
  • Organizational structure  
  • Project life cycle and the project management process groups and knowledge areas  
  • Code of ethics and professional responsibility 

Project Scope Management 

  • Overview of Project Scope Management  
  • Plan scope management  
  • Collect requirements  
  • Define scope  
  • Create WBS  
  • Validate and control scope  
  • Practice test and exercises

Project Cost Management 

  • Overview of Project Cost Management  Plan cost management  
  • Estimate costs and determine budget  
  • Control costs  
  • Practice test and exercises 

Project Risk Management 

  • Overview of Project Risk Management  Plan risk management  
  • Identify risks  
  • Perform qualitative & quantitative risk analysis  Plan risk response  
  • Control risks  

Practice test and exercises

Project Integration Management 

  • Overview of Project Integration Management  
  • Develop project charter and project management plan  
  • Direct, manage, monitor and control project work  
  • Perform integrated change control  
  • Close project or phase  

Practice test and exercises

Project Time Management 

  • Overview of Project Time Management  Plan schedule management  
  • Define and sequence activities  
  • Estimate activity resources and duration  Develop and control schedule  
  • Practice test and exercises 

Project Quality Management 

  • Overview of Project Quality Management  Plan quality management  
  • Perform quality assurance  
  • Control quality  
  • Practice test and exercises 

Project Stakeholder Management 

  • Overview of Stakeholder Management  
  • Identify stakeholders  
  • Plan stakeholder management  
  • Manage and control stakeholder engagement  
  • Practice test and exercises  
  • Course review