PMP® Certification Training Course

4723 Duration 36 Hours

Project Management Professional is the industry-recognized most important certification for project managers. PMP certification is globally preferred and required for the ones who lead projects in organizations.

It’s the most preferred project management certification in all the Fortune companies across the globe.

Project Management certified professionals are being paid around $113,000 (IT World Canada)

 

The project manager is accountable for the success or failure of a project as he has to build a comprehensive work plan managing to the budget, Execute, and Close Projects.

Performance improves and competitive advantage boosts when a project and programme management skill is ingrained in an organization.


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    • 1.1 - What are PMI® & PMP® Certifications
    • 1.2 - Requirements & Guidelines to Complete PMP® Exam
    • 1.3 - About PMP® Exam
    • 1.4 - Introduction to Projects
    • 1.5 - Projects, Examples, Characteristics and Drivers
    • 1.6 - Value of Project Management
    • 1.7 - Role of a Project Manager
    • 1.8 - Project Management Skills
    • 1.9 - Why do projects fail?
    • 1.10 - Portfolios, Programs, Projects and relationships between them
    • 1.11 - Program Management and its features
    • 1.12 - Portfolio Management
    • 1.13 - Stakeholder Management
    • 2.1 - Ethics, Fairness, Honesty, Responsibility
    • 2.2 - Regulation and Legal Requirements
    • 2.3 - Ensuring Individual Integrity
    • 2.4 - Contributing to the Project Management Knowledge Base
    • 2.5 - Enhancing Professional Competence
    • 2.6 - Promoting Stakeholder Collaboration
    • 2.7 - Business Use-case
    • 3.1 - Project Management Office (PMO)
    • 3.2 - Organization Structure (Advantages and Disadvantages)
    • 3.3 - Functional Organization, Projectized Organization & Matrix Organization
    • 3.4 - Project Lifecycle vs. Product Lifecycle
    • 3.5 - Project Lifecycle vs. Project Management Process
    • 3.6 - Project Management Processes
    • 3.7 - Definition of a Process, Project Flow and its Key Terms
    • 3.8 - Project Process & Project Lifecycles
    • 3.9 - Process Group Interactions
    • 3.10 - Agile Mind-set
    • 3.11 - Project Framework
    • 3.12 - Project Management Process Map
    • 3.13 - PMI’s Process Framework
    • 3.14 - Common Inputs
    • 3.15 - Project Terms
    • 4.1 - Project Management Process Groups
    • 4.2 - Project Management Process Map
    • 4.3 - Reading of a Process Diagram
    • 4.4 - Initiating Process Group
    • 4.5 - Project Initiation
    • 4.6 - Planning Process Group
    • 4.7 - Project Planning
    • 4.8 - Executing, Monitoring, Controlling and Closing a Process Group
    • 5.1 - Role of Project Manager, Team, and Sponsor
    • 5.2 - Project Selection Methods
    • 5.3 - Present Value, Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return, Payback Period, Benefit Cost Ratio, Return on Investment, Opportunity Cost
    • 5.4 - Project Integration Management Knowledge Areas
      • Develop Project Charter
      • Initial Scope Statement
      • Develop Project Management Plan and its contents
      • Direct and Manage Project Work
      • Manage Project Knowledge
      • Monitor & Control Project Work, challenges, and lessons learned
      • Perform Integrated Change Control
      • Change Management Process
      • Integrated Change Control
      • Close Project or Phase
    • 6.1 - Project Scope Management Activities
    • 6.2 - Product Scope vs Project Scope
    • 6.3 - Definition of Work Breakdown Structure
    • 6.4 - Examples of WBS
    • 6.5 - Project Scope Management Knowledge Area
      • Plan Scope Management
      • Collect Requirements
      • Group Creativity and Decision-Making Techniques
      • Requirements Traceability Matrix
      • Define Scope
      • Create WBS
      • Validate Scope
      • Control Scope
    • 6.6 Important Outputs
    • 6.7 Data–Information–Knowledge–Wisdom
    • 7.1 - Project Schedule Management Activities
    • 7.2 - Gantt Chart – Relationships, Examples, Dependencies
    • 7.3 - Network Diagram and Examples
    • 7.4 - The Project Schedule Management Processes
      • Plan Schedule Management
      • Activities
      • Sequence Activities
      • Estimate Activity Durations
      • Business Scenario
      • Develop Schedule
      • Schedule Network Analysis
      • Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT)
      • Critical Path Method
      • Calculation of Float
      • Schedule Compression
      • Other Scheduling Techniques
      • Control Schedule/li>
    • 8.1 - Objectives
    • 8.2 - Project Cost Management
    • 8.3 - Cost Management Plan
    • 8.4 - Control Account
    • 8.5 - The Project Cost Management processes
      • Plan Cost Management
      • Estimate Costs
      • Determine Budget
      • Control Costs
    • 8.6 - Difference between Planned Value and Earned Value
    • 8.7 - Earned Value Management
    • 8.8 - Earned Value Formulae
    • 8.9 - Business Scenario
    • 8.10 - Earned Value Management: Examples
    • 9.1 - Quality
    • 9.2 - Optimal Level of Quality
    • 9.3 - Quality Management Concepts
    • 9.4 - Quality Planning vs. Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control
    • 9.5 - Cost of quality
    • 9.6 - The Project Quality Management Processes
      • Plan Quality Management
      • Manage Quality
      • Control Quality
    • 9.7 - Seven basic tools of quality
    • 9.8 - Control Charts
    • 9.9 - Cause and effect diagram
    • 9.10 - Flowcharting
    • 9.11 - Histogram
    • 9.12 - Pareto Diagram
    • 9.13 - Check Sheets
    • 9.14 - Scatter Diagram
    • 9.15 - Six Sigma
    • 10.1 - Project Resource Management
    • 10.2 - Functional Manager vs. Project Manager
    • 10.3 - The Project Resource Management Processes
      • Plan Resource Management
      • Organization Charts and Role Descriptions
      • Responsibility Assignment Matrix
      • Resource Histogram
    • 10.4 - Estimate Activity Resources
    • 10.5 - Acquire Resources
    • 10.6 - Develop Team
    • 10.7 - Manage Team
    • 10.8 - Team Dynamics
    • 10.9 - Conflict management
    • 10.10 - Conflict Resolution Techniques
    • 10.11 - Business Scenario
    • 10.12 - Powers of Project Manager
    • 10.13 - Business Scenario
    • 10.14 - Organizational Theories
    • 10.15 - Leadership Styles
    • 10.16 - McKinsey’s 7-S Framework
    • 11.1 - Communication Methods, Technology & Channels
    • 11.2 - Basic Communication Model
    • 11.3 - The Project Communications Management Processes
      • Plan Communications Management
      • Manage Communications
      • Monitor Communications
    • 12.1 - Risk
    • 12.2 - Positive and Negative Risk Responses
    • 12.3 - Calculation of Risk
    • 12.4 - Risk Categorization
    • 12.5 - Decision Tree
    • 12.6 - Risk Reserve
    • 12.7 - Project Risk Management
    • 12.8 - The Risk Management Processes
      • Plan Risk Management
      • Identify Risks
      • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
      • Probability and Impact Matrix
      • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
      • Plan Risk Responses
      • Implement Risk Responses
      • Monitor Risks
    • 13.1 - Types of Contract, Advantages and Disadvantages
    • 13.2 - Contract and its Characteristics
    • 13.3 - Centralized vs. Decentralized Contracting
    • 13.4 - Project Procurement Management
    • 13.5 - The Procurement Management Processes
      • Plan Procurements Management
      • Conduct Procurements
      • Control Procurements
    • 14.1 - Objectives
    • 14.2 - Stakeholders
    • 14.3 - Classification Models for Stakeholder Analysis
    • 14.4 - Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
    • 14.5 - Stakeholder Management Skills
    • 14.6 - The Project Stakeholder Management Processes
      • Identify Stakeholders
      • Plan Stakeholder Engagement
      • Manage Stakeholder Engagement
      • Monitor Stakeholder Engagement

On successful Completion of the course, LakshTech provides you with a course completion certificate in Project Management Professional. With this Certificate, you can appear for the PMP® certification exam, update your CV, LinkedIn profile and search for a job.


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