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elcome to AL KHALEEJ Training and Education Company

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For more than fifteen years, Al-Khaleej Company has been working hard to
transfer the international expertise, through a local perspective to the
kingdom and the Middle-East Area, via its various branches (New Horizon's
Centers for Computer Training- Direct English Centers for teaching English –
The Platinum Centre for advanced courses – Takniat for Management
Training and Development – Al-Khaleej for Electronic Training – Al Dhiafa for
Tourism and Hotel Management and Kawader for recruiting services) in more
than seventy branches, and with a number of trainees that culminate to
more than 40,000 trainees (Male and Female).
We provide comprehensive training and educational solutions that aim at
developing the Arab Citizen in all stages of his life career, starting by
qualifying him to get a job, passing the developing his skills, technical and
administration capabilities to achieve the job excellence he aspires to.

Our Project Management Solution:


Professional Level “It’s not a single course it’s a Track”
Our Project Management Professional Level Contains:

► PMF “Project Management Fundamentals”. 8 Hours

► PMP® “Project Management Professional”. 40 Hours

► Management Tool: Microsoft Project 2007 Level 1, 2. 16 Hours

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Package Details:

PMF: Project Management Fundamentals


Learning Method: Instructor-led Classroom Learning

Duration: 1.00 Day / 8 Hours

Overview: This course is a primer on the basics of Project Management.


Students will learn how to use Project Management techniques to plan,
organize, control, document and close out their projects successfully and
with minimum risk.

Outline:
Lesson 1: The Project Life Cycle

What is a Project?
The Project Management Life Cycle
The Role of the Project Manage

Lesson 2: Setting Up for Success

The Meaning of Success


What Happens in the Initiation Phase?
Project Definition and Scope
Putting Together a Statement of Work
The Project Charter

Lesson 3: The Project Team

The Teamwork Challenge


Selecting Team Members
The Team Charter

Lesson 4: Risk Management

Project Risk

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Lesson 5: Project Plans

The Work Breakdown Structure


Work Package Sequencing

Lesson 6: The Project Schedule

The Scheduling Process


Time Estimates

Lesson 7: The Project Budget

What is a Budget?
Creating a Preliminary Budget
Budget and Schedule Balancing

Lesson 8: Project Tracking and Control

Moving the Project Forward


Monitoring for Project Progress
Earned Value Analysis
Getting Back on Track

Lesson 9: Project Reports

Communications Overview
Project Performance Reports
Project Change Requests

Lesson 10: Project Close-Out

Elements of Close-out
Evaluation of People and Projects

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PMP: Project Management Professional Course

About PMI®
The Project Management Institute (PMI) is the world’s
leading association for the project management
profession.
It administers a globally recognized, rigorous, education,
and/or professional experience and examination-based professional credentialing
program that maintain ISO 9001 certification in Quality Management Systems.

Project Management Professional (PMP®)


If you enjoy the prestige that comes from being the best in your field,
then you’ll appreciate the professional advantages derived from attaining
the PMP, the profession’s most globally recognized and respected
credential. The PMP designation following your name tells current and Contact
potential employers that you have demonstrated a solid foundation of Hours
knowledge from which you can competently practice project
management.
To be eligible for a PMP Credential, you must first meet specific
educational and project management experience requirements and
agree to adhere to a code of professional conduct. The final step to
becoming a PMP is passing a rigorous multiple-choice examination
designed to objectively assess and measure your ability to apply project
management knowledge in the following six domains: initiating the
project, planning the project, executing the project, monitoring and controlling the
project, closing the project, and professional and social responsibility. This
computer-based examination is administered globally with translation aids in 10
languages, the course and the exam is provided through PMI Registered Education
Providers.

PMP Certification Preparation (Fourth Edition):


Course Specifications: 10 day(s) / 4 hours; Instructor-led.

Course Description: Your ability as a project manager to demonstrate best


practices in project management—both on the job and through professional
certification—is becoming the standard to compete in today's fast-paced and highly
technical workplace. This course expands upon the basic concepts of project
management you discovered in the Project Management Fundamentals course, and
offers a job-related approach to successful project management across application
areas and industries.

Course Objective: You will apply the generally recognized practices of project
management acknowledged by the Project Management Institute (PMI) to
successfully manage projects.

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Target Student: This course is designed for experienced project managers who
desire to increase their project management skills, apply a standards-based
approach to project management and apply for Project Management Institute, Inc.
(PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification.

Course Feature: Although the main course material is PMBOK 2008 which is
organized per knowledge areas, the instructor will deliver the course as per process
group starting by initiation till closing, experience showed that demonstrating the
PMBOK in a way similar to real life project management, will help increase the level
of understanding.

Performance-Based Objectives:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
• Initiate a project.
• Plan project work.
• Develop project schedules, cost estimates, and budgets.
• Plan project quality, staffing, and communications.
• Analyze project risks.
• Plan project procurement.
• Execute project work.
• Monitor and control project work.
• Monitor and control project schedule and costs.
• Monitor and control project quality, staffing, and communications.
• Monitor and control project risks and contracts.
• Close the project.

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A Guide to the
Project Management
Body of Knowledge
Fourth Edition

Contents of the PMBOK


Section I
The Project Management Framework

Chapter 1 - Introduction
1.1 Purpose of the PMBOK® GUIDE
1.2 What is a Project?
1.3 What is Project Management?
1.4 Relationships among Project Management,
Program Management and Portfolio Management
1.5 Project Management and Operations Management
1.6 Role of a Project Manager
1.7 Project Management Body of Knowledge
1.8 Enterprise Environmental Factors

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Chapter 2 - Project Life Cycle and Organization


2.1 The Project Life Cycle - Overview
2.2 Projects vs. Operational Work
2.3 Stakeholders
2.4 Organizational Influences on Project Management

Section II
The Standard for Project Management of a Project

Chapter 3 - Project Management Processes for a Project


3.1 Common Project Management Process Interactions
3.2 Project Management Process Groups
3.3 Initiating Process Group
3.4 Planning Process Group
3.5 Executing Process Group
3.6 Monitoring and Controlling Group
3.7 Closing Process Group

Section III
The Project Management Knowledge Areas

Introduction
Data Flow Diagrams
Chapter 4 - Project Integration Management
4.1 Develop Project Charter
4.2 Develop Project Management Plan
4.3 Direct and Manage Project Execution
4.4 Monitor and Control Project Work
4.5 Perform Integrated Change Control
4.6 Close Project or Phase

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Chapter 5 - Project Scope Management


5.1 Collect Requirements
5.2 Define Scope
5.2 Create WBS
5.4 Verify Scope
5.5 Control Scope

Chapter 6 - Project Time Management


6.1 Define Activities
6.2 Sequence Activities
6.3 Estimate Activity Resources
6.4 Estimate Activity Durations
6.5 Develop Schedule
6.6 Control Schedule

Chapter 7 - Project Cost Management


7.1 Estimate Costs
7.2 Determine Budget
7.3 Control Costs

Chapter 8 - Project Quality Management


8.1 Plan Quality
8.2 Perform Quality Assurance
8.3 Perform Quality Control

Chapter 9 - Project Human Resource Management


9.1 Develop Human Resource Plan
9.2 Acquire Project Team
9.3 Develop Project Team
9.4 Manage Project Team

Chapter 10 - Project Communications Management


10.1 Identify Stakeholders
10.2 Plan Communications
10.3 Distribute Information
10.4 Manage Stakeholder Expectations

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10.5 Report Performance

Chapter 11 - Project Risk Management


11.1 Plan Risk Management
11.2 Identify Risks
11.3 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
11.4 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
11.5 Plan Risk Responses
11.6 Monitor and Control Risks

Chapter 12 - Project Procurement Management


12.1 Plan Procurements
12.2 Conduct Procurements
12.3 Administer Procurements
12.4 Close Procurements

Contents of the Q&As


Q&As offers 200 multiple choice questions covering the
key themes and concepts of the project management
framework and the nine project management knowledge
areas of the PMBOK Guide.
Once you have tested yourself, check the closing pages of
this book for the answers. Each answer references the
appropriate page number(s) and provides relevant quotations
from the PMBOK Guide, enhancing the breadth and depth of
your knowledge in that area. Whether you are a seasoned
professional, a novice, a student, or an instructor of project
management, you will appreciate Q&As for the PMBOK Guide.
It is a great way to learn more about a complex and
fascinating profession that grows in popularity every day.

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Microsoft Project 2007 - Level 1

Duration:
Instructor-led Classroom Learning - 1.00 Day(s)
Mentored Learning - Flexible

Overview:
In this course, students create a project plan containing tasks, organize these tasks in
a work breakdown structure containing task relationships, create and assign
resources, and finalize the project to implement the project plan.

Who Should Attend:


This course is designed for a person who has an understanding of project
management concepts, who is responsible for creating and modifying project plans,
and who needs a tool to manage these project plans.

At Course Completion:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: - explore the
Microsoft Office Project environment and the various views in which you can survey a
project file. - create a new project plan. - manage tasks by organizing them and setting
task relationships. - manage resources for a project. - finalize the project plan.

Outline:
Lesson 1: Getting Started with Microsoft Project
Explore the Microsoft Project 2007 Environment
Display an Existing Project Plan in Different Views
Lesson 2: Creating a Project Plan
Create a New Project Plan
Assign a Project Calendar
Add Tasks to the Project Plan
Enter the Task Duration Estimates
Add Resources in the Project Plan
Lesson 3: Managing Tasks in a Project Plan

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Outline Tasks
Add a Recurring Task
Link Dependant Tasks
Set a Constraint to a Task
Set a Task Deadline
Add Notes to a Task
Lesson 4: Managing Resources in a Project Plan
Create a Resource Calendar
Assign Resources to Tasks
Assign Additional Resources to a Task
Enter Costs for Resources
Enter Values for Budget Resources
Resolve Resource Conflicts
Lesson 5: Finalizing the Project Plan
Display the Critical Path
Shorten the Project Duration
Set a Baseline
Print a Project Summary Report

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Microsoft Project 2007 - Level 2


Duration:
Instructor-led Classroom Learning - 1.00 Day(s)
Mentored Learning - Flexible

Overview:
In this course, students exchange project plan data with other applications, update
project plans, create visual reports, and reuse project plan information.

Who Should Attend:


This course is designed for a person who has an understanding of project
management concepts, who is responsible for creating and modifying project plans,
and who needs a tool to manage these project plans. It is also intended for a person
who has a basic understanding of Microsoft Project 2003.

At Course Completion:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: - exchange project
plan data with other applications. - update a project plan. - manage project costs. -
report project data visually. - reuse project plan information.

Prerequisite(s) or equivalent knowledge:

Microsoft Project 2007 - Level 1

Outline:
Lesson 1: Exchanging Project Plan Data with Other Applications
Import Project Information
Export Project Plan Data into Excel
Copy a Picture of the Project Plan Information
Lesson 2: Updating a Project Plan
Enter Task Progress
Enter Overtime Work
Split a Task
Reschedule a Task
Filter Tasks

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Set an Interim Plan


Create a Custom Table
Create a Custom Report
Lesson 3: Managing Project Costs
Update Cost Rate Tables
Group Costs
Link Documents to a Project Plan
Lesson 4: Reporting Project Data Visually
Create a Visual Report
Customize a Visual Report
Create a Visual Report Template
Lesson 5: Reusing Project Plan Information
Create a Project Plan Template
Create a Custom View
Make Custom Views Available to Other Project Plans
Share Resources
Create a Master Project

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