Duration:  1 Day

PDU: 8

This course is aimed at delegates who are preparing to sit for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® or the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® examination.

This course is designed to revisit all the knowledge areas of Project Management as laid out in the PMI®’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)® and the Project Management Life Cycle.

Target Audience

This course is tailored especially for those who want to get a worldwide recognized Project Management certification (PMP® or CAPM®) from PMI®.


With a College Degree (or equivalent)

Minimum of 3 years / 36 months unique non-overlapping professional Project Management experience and 35 training hours.

With a Diploma (or equivalent)

Minimum of 5 years / 60 months unique non-overlapping professional Project Management experience and 35 training hours.

Course Outline

  • The Project Manager

The role and responsibilities of a project manager. The required knowledge of the project manager in relation to the PMI Talent Triangle

  • Project Management Environment

Definitions of project, Project Management, project stakeholders

  • Project Integration Management

Critical functions that ensure coordination of the various elements of a project including overall change control system

  • Project Scope Management

Project planning, WBS, project life cycle, project charter, project selection methods, scope statement, scope validation, scope management planning, scope changes

  • Project Schedule Management

Network diagram, critical path analysis, float, precedence diagramming, crashing, fast tracking, scheduling, estimation    techniques

  • Project Cost Management

Broad range of cost issues, earned value analysis and measurement

  • Project Quality Management

Customer satisfaction and continuous improvement through the use of quality standards and tools

  • Project Resources Management

Organisational structures, roles and responsibilities, resource management planning, staff acquisition, team development and management theories, team building, conflict resolution

  • Project Communications Management

Formal and informal communication types and methods, techniques and tools

  • Project Risk Management

Risk identification, qualitative and quantitative risk analyses, risk mitigation, monitoring and controlling Project Procurement Management

  • Project Procurement Management

Types of contracts, consequences of choice of contract, contract administration

  • Project Stakeholder Management

Stakeholder Identification, Stakeholder Analysis, Stakeholder      Engagement

Learning Outcome

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Know the details of all the Project Management knowledge areas
  • Know the way exam questions are asked and how to answer these questions
  • Watch out for the trend in exam questions
  • Know how to apply for the PMP® examination

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