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Project Management Professional [PMP] Certification Training Course

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Professional Project Management [PMP] Certification Training Course is a top leading course that includes predictive, agile, and hybrid approaches to prove project leadership experience and expertise in any way of working. In 5 day course of PMP (Project Management Professional) Earning and maintaining project management demonstrates a solid foundation of experience and competency in effectively managing projects and project teams. This course is useful for project managers in virtually any industry, including health, construction, information technology (IT), and business. Through this course, you will be able to show your ability and skills as a project manager to demonstrate best practices in project management both on the job and through professional certification which is essential to compete in today’s highly technical, and dispersed workplace and world. This project management course comes with certification after you are done with the exam.

 

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Project Management Professional (PMP)  Course Outline

The PMP Certification course covers the following topics:

Domain 1: People

Task 1: Manage conflict

  • Interpret Source and Stage of Conflict
  • Analyse Context for Conflict
  • Evaluate/Recommend/Reconcile Appropriate Conflict Resolution Solution

Task 2: Lead a Team

  • Set a Clear Vision and Mission
  • Support Diversity and Inclusion 
  • Value Servant Leadership 
  • Determine an Appropriate Leadership Style 
  • Inspire, Motivate, and Influence Team Members or Stakeholders 
  • Analyse Team Members and Stakeholders Influence
  • Distinguish Various Options to Lead Various Team Members and Stakeholders

Task 3: Support Team Performance

  • Appraise Team Member Performance Against Key Performance Indicators
  • Support and Recognise Team Member Growth and Development
  • Determine Appropriate Feedback Approach
  • Verify Performance Improvements

Task 4: Empower Team Members and Stakeholders

  • Organise Around Team Strengths
  • Support Team Task Accountability
  • Evaluate Demonstration of Task Accountability
  • Determine and Bestow Levels of Decision-Making Authority

 

 

Task 5: Ensure Team Members or Stakeholders are Adequately Trained

  • Determine Required Competencies and Elements of Training
  • Determine Training Options Based on Training Needs
  • Allocate Resources for Training
  • Measure Training Outcomes

Task 6: Build a Team

  • Appraise Stakeholder Skills
  • Deduce Project Resource Requirements
  • Continuously Assess and Refresh Team Skills to Meet Project Needs
  • Maintain Team and Knowledge Transfer

Task 7: Address and Remove Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers for Team

  • Determine and Prioritise Critical Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers for Team
  • Use Network to Implement Solutions to Remove Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers for Team
  • Re-Assess Continually to Ensure Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers for Team is being Addressed

Task 8: Collaborate with Stakeholders

  • Evaluate Engagement Needs for Stakeholders
  • Optimise Alignment Between Stakeholder Needs, Expectations and Project
  • Objectives
  • Build Trust and Influence Stakeholders to Accomplish Project Objectives

Task 9: Engage and Support Virtual Teams

  • Examine Virtual Team Member Needs 
  • Investigate Alternatives 
  • Implement Options for Virtual Team Member Engagement
  • Continually Evaluate Effectiveness of Virtual Team Member Engagement

Task 10: Mentor Relevant Stakeholders

  • Allocate Time to Mentoring
  • Recognise and Act on Mentoring Opportunities

Task 11: Promote Team Performance Through Application of Emotional Intelligence

  • Assess Behaviour Through Use of Personality Indicators
  • Analyse Personality Indicators and Adjust to Emotional Needs of Key Project Stakeholders

Domain 2: Process

Task 1: Execute Project with Urgency Required to Deliver Business Value

  • Assess Opportunities to Deliver Value Incrementally
  • Examine Business Value Throughout Project
  • Support Team to Subdivide Project Tasks as Necessary to Find Minimum Viable Product

Task 2: Manage Communications

  • Analyse Communication Needs of All Stakeholders
  • Determine Communication Methods, Channels, Frequency and Level of Detail for all Stakeholders
  • Communicate Project Information and Updates Effectively
  • Confirm Communication is Understood and Feedback is Received

Task 3: Assess and Manage Risks

  • Determine Risk Management Options
  • Iteratively Assess and Priorities Risks

Task 4: Engage Stakeholders

  • Analyse Stakeholders 
  • Categories Stakeholders
  • Engage Stakeholders Category
  • Develop, Execute and Validate a Strategy for Stakeholder Engagement

Task 5: Plan and Manage Budget and Resources

  • Estimate Budgetary Needs to be Based on Scope of Project and Lessons Learned from Past Projects
  • Anticipate Future Budget Challenges
  • Monitor Budget Variations and Work with Governance Process to Adjust as Necessary
  • Plan and Manage Resources

Task 6: Plan and Manage Schedule

  • Estimate Project Tasks 
  • Utilise Benchmarks and Historical Data
  • Prepare Schedule Based on Methodology
  • Measure Ongoing Progress Based on Methodology
  • Modify Schedule, as Needed, Based on Methodology
  • Coordinate with Other Projects and Other Operations

Task 7: Plan and Manage Quality of Products/Deliverables

  • Determine Quality Standard Required for Project Deliverables
  • Recommend Options for Improvement Based on Quality Gaps
  • Continually Survey Project Deliverable Quality

Task 8: Plan and Manage Scope

  • Determine and Priorities Requirements
  • Break Down Scope 
  • Monitor and Validate Scope

Task 9: Integrate Project Planning Activities

  • Consolidate Project or Phase Plans
  • Assess Consolidated Project Plans for Dependencies, Gaps and Continued Business Value
  • Analyse Data Collected
  • Collect and Analyse Data to Make Informed Project Decisions
  • Determine Critical Information Requirements

Task 10: Manage Project Changes

  • Anticipate and Embrace Need for Change 
  • Determine Strategy to Handle Change
  • Execute Change Management Strategy According to Methodology
  • Determine a Change Response to Move Project Forward

Task 11: Plan and Manage Procurement

  • Define Resource Requirements and Needs
  • Communicate Resource Requirements
  • Manage Suppliers or Contracts
  • Plan and Manage Procurement Strategy
  • Develop a Delivery Solution

Task 12: Manage Project Artifacts

  • Determine Requirements for Managing Project Artifacts
  • Validate Project Information is Kept Up to Date and Accessible to all Stakeholders
  • Continually Assess Effectiveness of Management of Project Artifacts

Task 13: Determine Appropriate Project Methodology or Methods and Practices

  • Assess Project Needs, Complexity and Magnitude
  • Recommend Project Execution Strategy 
  • Recommend a Project Methodology or Approach 
  • Use Iterative, Incremental Practices Throughout Project Life Cycle 

Task 14: Establish Project Governance Structure

  • Determine Appropriate Governance for a Project 
  • Define Escalation Paths and Thresholds

Task 15: Manage Project Issues

  • Recognise when a Risk Becomes an Issue
  • Attack Issue with Optimal Action to Achieve Project Success
  • Collaborate with Relevant Stakeholders on Approach to Resolve Issues

Task 16: Ensure Knowledge Transfer for Project Continuity

  • Discuss Project Responsibilities within Team
  • Outline Expectations for Working Environment
  • Confirm Approach for Knowledge Transfers

Task 17: Plan and Manage Project or Phase Closure or Transitions

  • Determine Criteria to Successfully Close Project or Phase
  • Validate Readiness for Transition 
  • Conclude Activities to Close Out Project or Phase

Domain 3: Business Environment

Task 1: Plan and Manage Project Compliance

  • Confirm Project Compliance Requirements 
  • Classify Compliance Categories
  • Determine Potential Threats to Compliance
  • Use Methods to Support Compliance
  • Analyse Consequences of Noncompliance
  • Determine Necessary Approach and Action to Address Compliance Needs 
  • Measure Extent to Which Project is complying

Task 2: Evaluate and Deliver Project Benefits and Value

  • Investigate How Benefits are Identified
  • Document Agreement on Ownership for Ongoing Benefit Realisation
  • Verify Measurement System is in Place to Track Benefits
  • Evaluate Delivery Options to Demonstrate Value
  • Appraise Stakeholders of Value Gain Progress

Task 3: Evaluate and Address External Business Environment Changes for Impact on Scope

  • Survey Changes to External Business Environment 
  • Assess and Prioritise Impact on Project Scope or Backlog Based on Changes in External Business Environment
  • Recommend Options for Scope or Backlog Changes 
  • Continually Review External Business Environment for Impacts on Project Scope or Backlog

Task 4: Support Organisational Change

  • Assess Organisational Culture
  • Evaluate Impact of Organisational Change to Project and Determine Required Actions
  • Evaluate Impact of Project to Organisation and Determine Required Actions

Who should attend this Project Management Professional (PMP) Training?

Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification is an industry approved qualification for project managers. PMP® shows the education, experience, skill and competency required to manage and direct projects. Project Management Professional (PMP)® is very much in demand certification provided by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Project Management Institute certification and certifications are identified by their global application and development, which makes them portable over industries and geographic borders. The PMP certification explains to clients, employers and colleagues that a project manager should have project management experience, understanding and skills to take projects towards the successful completion.

PMP Course Prerequisites

No prior certifications are required, but delegates will thrive if they possess experience or knowledge of:

  • Leading Projects
  • Managing Projects

Q: What are the requirements for PMP certification?

A: Requirements for PMP Certification are a 4-year degree program which can be a bachelor's or equivalent and have at least three years of project management experience and 35 hours of project management experience in the field or a secondary-level diploma and at least five years of project management experience and 35 hours of project management education

Q: What are the different learning objectives?

A: Some of the learning objectives are, defining project management fundamentals, project management within the organization, project management methodology, starting a project,

develop a project management plan and plan components, planing a project schedule, project costs, quality, resources, and procurement, execute a project, and work with stakeholders.

Q: How much of a score is required to pass the PMP test?

A: The minimum score to pass the PMP test is 61%, which is to attempt to identify an official resource indicating the particular pass percentage is often unavailing.

Q: Who Should take the PMP Course?

A: Project Management Professional is specially designed for individuals who have on-the-job project management experience regardless of whether their formal job role is project manager, who are not certified project management professionals, and who might or might not have got formal project management training.

Q: What is professional in project management?

A: Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is an industry recognized credential for project managers. PMP demonstrates the experience, education, skill and competency required to lead and direct projects. PMP is the most sought after certification administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI), USA.

Q: Is it worth getting the PMP?

A: Is this certification worth it? YES, according to statistics from the PMI itself, a certified PMP could experience a 20% paycheck increase. That is also my personal experience when I got certified. Other project managers have also admitted that the ROI you get after getting a PMP certification makes it worthwhile.

Q: How hard is the PMP exam?

A: The PMP exam is known for being hard, but PMI doesn't disclose specific statistics about the passing score or failure rate. Some project expert surveys estimate the failure rate at around 40-50%, meaning only about half of the first-time test takers pass the PMP exam.

Q: Does PMP increase your salary?

A: PMI estimates that project managers who do not hold a certification in the U.S. earn, on average, approximately $95,000 per year. Project managers that do hold their PMP certification instead earn $120,000 per year. That's about a 25% salary increase based on the PMP certification factor.

Q: Is PMP still in demand 2022?

A: Is PMP still in demand? Yes, PMP is highly sought after across industries. Wherever there are projects, there is a need for qualified and skilled project management professionals

Q: Can you pass the PMP in 30 days?

A: Yes, you can pass the PMP exam in 30 days.

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