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PMP® Certification

This PMP® certification training course covers the latest best practices highlighted in the PMBOK Guide - 6th Edition to help you get accredited as a project management professional and increase your earning potential. PMP Course Key Features 35 contact hours/PDUs 8 industry case studies, 20 industry-based scenarios 6 hands-on projects,...
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This PMP® certification training course covers the latest best practices highlighted in the PMBOK Guide - 6th Edition to help you get accredited as a project management professional and increase your earning potential.


PMP Course Key Features
  • 35 contact hours/PDUs
  • 8 industry case studies, 20 industry-based scenarios
  • 6 hands-on projects, 7 simulation test papers (200 questions each)
  • 100% Money back guarantee
  • 99.9% pass rate*

 

Course Outline

  • Lesson 01 - Introduction to PMP Certification
  • Lesson 02 - Professional and Social Responsibility
  • Lesson 03 - Project Management Framework
  • Lesson 04 - Project Management Processes
  • Lesson 05 - Role of the Project Manager
  • Lesson 06 - Project Integration Management
  • Lesson 07 - Project Scope Management
  • Lesson 08 - Project Schedule Management
  • Lesson 09 - Project Cost Management
  • Lesson 10 - Project Quality Management
  • Lesson 11 - Project Resource Management
  • Lesson 12 - Project Communications Management
  • Lesson 13 - Project Risk Management
  • Lesson 14 - Project Procurement Management
  • Lesson 15 - Project Stakeholder Management
  • Lesson 16 - Appendix PMP List of Knowledge and Skills

Eligibility

The PMP® certification is an essential professional requirement for senior project manager roles across all industries. The course is best suited for: Project Managers, Associate/Assistant Project Managers, Team Leads/Team Managers, Project Executives/Project Engineers, Software Developers, Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager.
 

Pre-requisites


For the PMP Certification candidates should possess:

  • A secondary degree (i.e. high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent) with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects along with 35 hours of project management education OR 

  • A four-year degree with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects along with 35 hours of project management education

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