PMI / Project Management Professional – Day 1 & 2

Event type:Core Skills
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Event Details

- 17:00
Tue, September 18 2018
- Wed, September 19 2018

Project Management

The Project Management Institute (PMI) sponsors a project management accreditation programme. The purpose and goal of this programme is the development, maintenance, evaluation, promotion and administration of a rigorous professional certification credential of the highest calibre. It is called the Project Management Professional (PMP®).

To be eligible for the PMP® Credential delegates must first meet general educational, specific project management educational and project management experience requirements and agree to adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct.

The final step to becoming a PMP® is passing a multiple-choice examination1 designed to objectively assess and measure an individual’s ability to apply project management knowledge in the following five domains: initiating the project, planning the project, executing the project, monitoring and controlling the project, closing the project. This computer-based examination is administered globally by Prometric.

The 5-day course is designed to assist delegates to prepare for and take the PMP® Examination. The course is normally delivered through a block of 4 ‘Learning Days’ during which the delegates can begin or continue the accreditation application. The application is an on-line process and takes place outside course hours. After the 4th day delegates can complete – and if ready – submit their application. Once the application is accepted the examination can then be scheduled on-line through Prometric.

The 5th day is dedicated to revision prior to sitting the exam.

Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th September

Tuesday 2nd & 3rd October

Friday 12th October

Day 1 to Day 4


Module 1

Course outline

* PMP® Certification – How to apply for the exam

* Exam Structure, Format and Logistics

* Understanding the PMBOK®, Knowledge Areas, Process Groups

* Process Iterations – Inputs, Tools and Techniques, Outputs


* Project Fundamentals

* The Project Environment and Context

* Project Stakeholders and the Role of the Project Manager

* The Project Lifecycle

* Project Success Factors

Module 2

Project Integration Management

* Develop Project Charter

* Develop Project Management Plan

* Direct and Manage Project Work

* Manage Project Knowledge

* Monitor and Control Project Work

* Perform Integrated Change Control

* Close Project or Phase

Project Scope Management

* Plan Scope Management

* Collect Requirements

* Define Scope

* Create WBS

* Validate Scope

* Control Scope

Module 3

Project Schedule Management

* Plan Schedule Management

* Define Activities

* Sequence Activities

* Estimate Activity Durations

* Develop Schedule

* Control Schedule

o Project Cost Management

* Plan Cost Management

* Estimate Costs

* Determine Budget

* Control Costs

Module 4

Project Quality Management

* Plan Quality Management

* Manage Quality

* Control Quality

Project Resource Management

* Plan Resource Management

* Estimate Activity Resources

* Acquire Resources

* Develop Team

* Manage Team

Module 5

Project Communications Management

* Plan Communications Management

* Manage Communications

* Monitor Communications

Project Risk Management

* Plan Risk Management

* Identify Risks

* Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis

* Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis

* Plan Risk Responses

* Implement Risk Responses

* Monitor Risks


* Module 6

Project Procurement Management

* Plan Procurement Management

* Conduct Procurements

* Control Procurements

Project Stakeholder Management

* Identify Stakeholders

* Plan Stakeholder Engagement

* Manage Stakeholder Engagement

* Monitor Stakeholder Engagement

Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

* Responsibility, Respect, Fairness, Honesty

Day 5

* Module 7

o Exam Tips and Logistics

o Trial Exam, Scoring and Analysis

o Revision

o Course Closure

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