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Project Management Professional (PMP)®

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PMP® credential by Project Management Institute (PMI)® is the most sought-after credential across industries globally in the area of Project Management. The PMP® credential demonstrates the experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects. To earn the credential, professionals need to clear PMP® exam conducted by the PMI®.

The PMP® Prep online course is structured with the goal of providing students exactly what they need to pass the PMP® exam. Our study strategy will increase comprehension and retention of key elements while providing students with practical information that can be applied immediately to the project work environment.PMStudy provides the Most Comprehensive and Highest Quality PMP® Prep Classroom Training. Coursework is primarily based on the A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc.,2013 and focuses on the key topics and areas required for success in the exam. Course Deliverables:
  • Online Training from an experienced instructor
  • 60 Days access to world-class e-learning for self-study
  • 4 Simulation papers (each 200 questions, 4 hours)
  • 12 Chapter videos
  • Online study materials, Study Guide, Chapter tests, Terms and Concepts
  • Mobile application to study on the go
  • 35 PMI Contact Hour Certificate
This course outline follows the structure and layout of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition.
 Introduction to PMI®
  • PMP® Certification – Certification advantages
  • PMP® certification – What it takes to get certified
  • PMP ® Application procedures – How Mentor Team would help you achieve your goal
  • PMP® examination pattern
  • Expectation setting and clarifications
Project Integration Management
  •  The importance of Integration Management in Project Initiation to Closure
  •  Develop Project Charter
  •  Develop Project Management Plan
  •  Components of Project Management Plan
  •  Project Management Information System – its role in effective Project Management
  •  Directing and Managing Project Work
  •  Configuration Management system
  •  Monitoring and Controlling Project Work
  •  Performing Integrated Change Control
  •  Managing Change in the project environment
  •  Change Control Board and its role in Project environment
Project Scope Management
  •  Compare Project Scope vs Product Scope
  •  Why Scope Management Important
  •  Collect Requirements Process
  •  Define Scope Process
  •  Project Scope statement – how to prepare and update?
  •  Create WBS
  • WBS The Keystone of Project Success
  • Validate Scope Process
  • Scope Validation vs Quality Control
  •  Control Scope Process
Project Time Management
  •  Project and Time Management
  •  Define Activities process
  •  Sequence Activities Process
  •  Multiple types of dependencies across activities
  •  Precedence Diagramming Method
  •  Estimating Activity Resource process
  •  Estimating Activity Duration process
  •  Develop Schedule Process
  •  The importance of calendars in the Scheduling process
  •  The importance of Critical Path in Project Management
  •  Critical Path computation and explanation of its characteristics
  •  Critical Chain applications
  •  Control Schedule Process
Project Cost Management
  • Why Cost Management Plan and its role in Cost control
  •  Estimating Costs Process
  •  Cost Estimating methods Analogous, Parametric and Bottom-up
  •  Determine Budget Process
  •  Cost Baseline and its management
  •  Control Costs Process
  •  Apply principles of Earned value management techniques for Cost Management
  •  Cost and Schedule Performance Indices and their use in Forecasting
Project Quality Management
  • Quality Policies in the organization
  •  Project Quality vs Product Quality
  •  Concepts of Quality Management
  •  Planning Quality Management Process
  •  Project Quality Management Plan and Process Improvement Plan
  •  Perform Quality Assurance Process
  •  The role of Quality Audits in Quality Management
  •  Perform Quality Control Process
  •  Seven basic tools of Quality Control – including Control Charts, Cause and Effect diagrams, Pareto Diagrams, Histograms, Scatter diagrams etc.
Project Human Resource Management
  •  Developing Human Resource Management Plan process
  •  Organization Breakdown Structure and Relationship to Resource Breakdown Structure
  •  Responsibility Assignment Matrix
  •  Acquire Project Team Process
  •  Managing Complexities involved with Virtual teams
  •  Building effective Project teams
  •  Develop Project Team Process
  •  Multiple stages of Team Development
  •  Manage Project team Process
  •  Utilizing Various Powers in Project Environment
  •  Project Managers' leadership styles
  •  Conflict Management
  •  Team Motivation
Project Communication Management
  •  Planning Communications Management Process
  •  Develop Communications structures
  •  Stakeholder Communications requirements in the Project environment
  •  Communication Channels in a Project
  •  Communications Management Plan
  •  Sender Receiver models in the Project environment
  •  Manage Communications Process
  •  Communication Methods
  •  Control Communication Process
  •  Reporting Performance
  •  Challenges in cross-cultural communication
Project Risk Management
  •  Overview of Risk Management in Project Environment
  •  Plan Risk Management Process
  •  Identify Risks Process
  •  Risk identification facilitators – Brainstorming, Delphi techniques, SWOT Analysis, Documentation Review, Check-list Analysis etc
  •  Risk Register preparation and updation
  •  Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
  •  Probability Impact Matrix and its use in Risk Management
  •  Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
  •  Decision Tree analysis and Sensitivity Analysis tools
  •  Plan Risk Responses Process
  •  Strategies of Risk response for positive and negative risks
  •  Different types of Risks – Primary Risks, Secondary Risks, Residual Risks etc.
  •  Monitor and Control Risks Process
  •  Use of Risk Audits, Reserve Analysis and Variance and Trend Analysis in Monitoring and Control of Risks
  •  Management Reserve and Contingency Reserve
Project Procurement Management
  •  Why to Procure?
  •  Procurement Management life-cycle
  •  Role of Project Manager in Procurement Management
  •  Plan Procurement Management Process
  •  Centralized vs. Decentralized Procurement organizations
  •  Make or Buy analysis
  •  Major types of Contracts – including FFP, Cost plus, T&M and their variations
  •  Risks associated with various types of contracts
  •  Conduct Procurements Process
  •  Various types of Procurement documents – incl. RFP, RFQ, IB etc.
  •  Contract negotiations process
  •  Managing Contracts
  •  Control Procurements Process
  •  Change Control System
  •  Close Procurements Process
Project Stakeholder Management
  • Identify Stakeholders Process
  •  Conducting Stakeholder Analysis – Power Interest Grid
  •  Creating the Stakeholder Register
  •  Plan Stakeholder Management Process
  •  Stakeholder Engagement Levels
  •  Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
  •  Manage Stakeholder Engagement Process
  •  Control Stakeholder Engagement Process
  •  Closing the Project or a Phase
Project Management Institute (PMI)® conducts Project Management Professional (PMP)® examination for the eligible candidates.Upon successful completion of the examination, PMI grants the certificate to the students as PMP® certified.
  1. What is PMP®? Ans. The PMP® stands for Project Management Professional and the PMP® Certification is one of the most popular and prestigious certification from Project Management Institute (PMI)®. PMP® certification has become an industry standard in the field of Project Management now-a-days and a PMP® certification on your resume greatly increases the chance of a better job with higher package. This certification demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects successfully.
  2. What are the benefits of PMP® Certification? Ans. There are many benefits of becoming a PMP®, some of which are:
  3. Boost your self-confidence
  4. Boost your employer’s confidence in you
  5. Boosts clients’ confidence on your organization
  6. Shows your commitment to learn and acquire new skills
  7. Demonstrate your professional achievements
  8. Makes you a more appealing job candidate
  1. Are there any prerequisites to apply for the PMP® exam? Ans. Yes, there are some prerequisites to be maintained to be eligible for PMP® examination. They are:
Eligibility Criteria for PMP
Educational BackgroundProject Management ExperienceProject Management Education
Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalentMinimum of five years/60 months of unique, non-overlapping professional management experience during which at least 7,500 hours were spent leading and directing project tasks35 Contact Hours of formal Project Management Education
OR
Four-year degree(Bachelor’s)Minimum three years/36 months unique, non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 4,500 hours were spent leading and directing project tasks35 Contact Hours of formal Project Management Education
 
  1. What is the exam format?
Ans. The PMP® exam is a computer based exam conducted in Prometric centers (www.prometric.com/pmi). The exam format is mentioned below:No. of questions: 200Duration: 4 HoursOut of these 200 questions, 25 questions are pretest questions which are randomly placed throughout the exam and used for research purpose. These questions are not considered to evaluate while computing the exam result. A candidate will be evaluated based on 175 questions.Pass Mark: PMI does not mention any specific pass mark. However, you need to score a minimum of 110 questions correctly to have a better possibility to clear the exam. After you finish and submit the exam in Prometric center, you will immediately receive the overall mark-sheet. 
  1. What is the Exam Fee? Ans. The cost of PMP® exam is $405 for members and $555 for non-members. A candidate can take the membership at the time of applying for the exam which will cost $129.
 
  1. Can I pay the exam fee to you? Ans. No, the exam fee needs to be paid directly to PMI.
 
  1. Do you provide assistance in exam application process? Ans. Yes, we do. Please send your queries to sales@mentor-global.com related to exam application assistance and will be answered within 24 working hours.

Course Features:

Online Classes: 35 Hrs

The Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential demonstrates excellence in the field by meeting standard requirements established by global practitioners. It also ensures a level of knowledge and skill in leading and directing project teams and in delivering project results within the constraints of schedule, budget, and resources.The PMP® credential is issued by Project Manage- ment Institute (PMI)®, which is the world’s leading project management professional association. Visit PMI.org for more information about PMI® and the PMP® credential. 

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