PMP® - Project Management Professional Certification Bootcamp
Many people think project managers just need to know how to manage people or, even worse, that you can simply buy some software and be a project manager.
The Project Management Profession is growing rapidly. It’s both a science and an art and follows a systematic process. PMI breaks project management into process groups and knowledge areas.
The Process Groups follow the high-level process of project management: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling and Closing.
The knowledge areas are Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resource, Communication, Risk, Procurement and Stakeholder Management
Be Recognised for Your Capabilities as a PMI Certified Project Manager
PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP® demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects.
PMP® certification establishes a common language among project managers and helps each other work within a common framework. Project Management Institute(PMI)®'s Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP® demonstrates that you have the experience, education, and competency to lead and direct projects.
Once you have the PMP®, you need to consider how you're applying the processes, tools, and techniques to projects. By sharing how you apply the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) framework and demonstrating that through actions, you'll build your own personal brand within the company as someone who can deliver. With each success, you should find experiences on larger projects across programs in different business organizations. By demonstrating greater competency managing more complex projects, you'll also be able to compete for more senior positions.
The Project Management Profession is growing rapidly. It’s both a science and an art and follows a systematic process. PMP® breaks project management into process groups and knowledge areas.The Process Groups follow the high-level process of project management: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling and Closing. The knowledge areas are Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resource, Communication, Risk, Procurement and Stakeholder Management.
Day 1 –
Lesson 2_Professional and Social Responsibility
Lesson 3_Project Management Framework
Lesson 4_Project Management Processes
Day 2 –
Lesson 5_Project Integration Management
Lesson 6_Project Scope Management
Lesson 7_Project Schedule Management
Lesson 8_Project Cost Management
Day 3 –
Lesson 9_Project Quality Management
Lesson 10_Project Resource Management
Lesson 11_Project Communications Management
Lesson 12_Project Risk Management
Day 4 –
Lesson 13_Project Procurement Management
Lesson 14_Project Stakeholder Management
Lesson 15_Appendix PMP List of Knowledge and Skills
- eLearning program from Simplilearn with 365 days of validity (Valued at US$690) - 40 PDUs / Contact hours
- The Pathfinder - Mapping ECO Task
- Assist in completion of PMP application
- Assist you during audit
- Personal coaching and mentoring at every step
- PMP® Exam Prep Course Oriented Tips & Traps
- 35 PDUs /Contact Hours
When you earn Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification through the Project Management Institute(PMI)® , you’ll position yourself for the best and most lucrative job opportunities. No matter what industry you choose to work in, PMP® certification will be a huge asset as you move forward in your career. Not only does the credential itself carry prestige, but the skills and knowledge that you develop as you work towards attaining it will help you consistently deliver superior performance.
The PMP® defines the global standard of best practices for project management professionals. As a result of attending this course, you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to successfully deliver programs in the real world and prepare for the PMP® certification exam.
This recognition is seen through increased marketability to employers and higher salary; according to the PMI® Project Management Salary Survey–Seventh Edition, certification positively impacts project manager salaries.
“It’s a door opener for new entrants in the field of project/program management”
"The PMP® certification at the beginning helped me to progress within my company. Some companies are already looking for project managers with PMP® certification and obtaining the certification makes the PM career progression easier. I always highlight the PMP® certification to distinguish myself from other PMs that don't have this certification."
"The holder of the PMP®credential gets an edge over other competitors only at the time of initial scrutiny of job profile and help build a trust factor in the customer." It provides a common vocabulary and area of knowledge from within which those involved in project management can communicate more efficiently and effectively.
Just go for it! I know the intense studying I did for it, definitely uncovered areas of project management I didn't really know about and the time, effort and money I put into it was definitely worth it.
The PMP® certification is not domain specific. It is a generic project management certification. The PMP® recognizes demonstrated competence in leading and directing project teams. If you’re an experienced project manager looking to solidify your skills, stand out to employers and maximize your earning potential, the PMP® credential is the right choice for you
Given below are the requirements for applying for the PMP Certification Exam:
For a person having a baccalaureate or equivalent university degree,
Minimum of 4500 hours leading and directing projects AND
Minimum of 36 non-overlapping (unique) months of personal project management experience.
For a person not having a baccalaureate or equivalent university degree, but who holds a high school diploma or equivalent secondary school credentials
Minimum of 7500 hours leading and directing projects AND
Minimum of 60 non-overlapping (unique) months of personal project management experience.