PMP Certification ContactTraining Program
www.unicom.co.uk/pmpPresenter: S. Ramani, Suchitra Singh, QAILondon: 13 - 17 October, ‘08, 26 - 30 January, ‘09, 16 - 20 March, ‘09 5 days: £1295 + VATI II
Understand the Project Management FrameworkLearn about the Project Phases, Project life cycle, Project stakeholders, key general management skills, socio-economic andenvironmental influences that can impact a Project.Learn about the Project Management Knowledge areas of Scope, Time and CostLearn about the supporting Project Management Knowledge Areas of Quality, HR, Communications, Risk and ProcurementLearn about Project Integration Management and Professional Responsibilities of the Project Manager Get an overview of the PMP® Certification examination preparation process. Ascertain the level of readiness for taking the PMP® Examination – by undergoing a ‘mock test’
Workshop ObjectivesWorkshop Overview
The Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Contact Training Program (PMP CTP) is designed to lead the participants to aninternationally recognized Certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI®), USA. PMP® is a Certification of internationalstanding. Professionals having PMP Certification foster credibility with the clients for possessing a solid foundation of Project managementknowledge, which can be productively applied in the workplace. This is the updated PMP CTP course, based on the Third Edition of PMBOK® Guide (which is also commonly referred to as PMBOK Guide - 2004 edition).This Program fulfils the PMI requirement of 35 contact hours which a PMP aspirant must have before applying for the PMP® Certificationexamination. In addition to helping the participants with this mandatory prerequisite for the PMP® examination, the Program also aims totrain the participants to be effective Project Managers.
The Program is a mix of instructor led and self paced learning, designed to enable the participants to discuss and assimilate the conceptsinvolving application of Project management concepts / techniques specified in the PMBOK® Guide (Third Edition) and supplementarymaterial required for the PMP® examination.To enable a thorough grasp of the concepts taught in the classroom, the Program has been broken down into several sections around thePMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas. Each section covers definitions, examples, exercises and memory joggers to facilitate the learning andapplication of the contents.
Who Should Attend
The target audience for the Program is professionals interested in pursuing the Project Management Professional [PMP®] certificationexamination conducted by the PMI®.
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IntroductionExpectation setting and clarificationsIntroduction to Project Management and PMP® CertificationThe Project Management ContextProject Management ProcessesProject Integration Management
Project Scope, Time and Cost ManagementProject Quality, HR and Communication ManagementProject Procurement and Risk ManagementProfessional ResponsibilitiesMock Test ( 200 questions ) (This is QAI proprietary content)Test Evaluation and feedback
The primary focus of the Program is towards facilitating the participants to obtain the PMP® Certification. In order to obtain the best valuefrom the Program and in line with the prerequisites set by - PMI, the participants should preferably have Project Management experience of atleast 4500 hours, with exposure to various processes across the entire Project Lifecycle, including
Monitoring & Controlling and
Closing process Groups.
Familiarity with PMBOK® Guide - Third (2004) Edition is alsodesirable
“PMBOK”, “PM Network”, and “PMI Today” are trademarks registered in the United States and other nations; and “Project Management Journal” and “Building professionalism inproject management.” Are trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.