PMP Certification Training in Mumbai

When:23/08/2014 - 24/08/2014
PDU:16 PDUs
Duration:2 days
Location:Mumbai
Contact:Sonali / Megha
Mobile:+91 983 310 5660 / +91 983 315 6932

Ashish is very friendly and patient. The real time examples and case study helped in grasping the subject. The practice during the workshop helped me in passing my PMP exam! - Bharathiraja Rajendran

The Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential is recognized as the universal standard of the profession. In this course, you gain skills to help you prepare for the newly revised PMP® credential exam.

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  • Prepare to Pass the PMI’s PMP Project Management Certification Exam in your first try!
  • Prepare PMP Certification Exam Application
  • Hints, Tips, Tricks and Strategies for preparing and passing the exam
  • Contents of a PMBOK edition four [4]
  • The 5 Project Management Process Groups in the PMBOK – Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Closing
  • The 9 Knowledge Areas covered in the PMBOK – Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resource, Communication, Risk and Procurement
  • The 42 processes described in the PMBOK for Initiating, Planning, Executing, Controlling and Closing projects
  • Inputs, Tools and Techniques and Outputs for each of the PMBOK 42 processes
  • What is Project Management – Managing Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Resources and Risk
  • Identifying and Managing Project Stakeholders, their needs, expectations using a Strategy and Issue Log
  • Developing Project Business Case to justify project investments
  • Creating a Project Charter using a Standard Template
  • Producing a Project Management Plan as part of planning process to describe WHAT work will have to be done, when, by whom and how, to Deliver the Project
  • Describing Project Scope and Managing, Controlling and Verifying the Project Scope
  • Developing Project Schedule using Estimation, Network Diagrams, Critical Path Method, Resource Availability
  • Using Fast Tracking, Crashing, Resource Levelling to Compress and Fine Tune the Project Schedule
  • Understand Project Costing concept to determine the Project Budget and Funding requirements
  • Identify Project Quality requirements and prepare Plans to ensure the products will customer requirements
  • Use various Quality techniques like Pareto Charts, Sampling, Metrics, Audits, Root Cause Analysis
  • Produce Communication Management Plan to ensure Project Information is shared with Stakeholders
  • Manage Project Risks by Identifying, Planning and Monitoring Responses
  • Manage Project Issues by developing corrective actions plans and workarounds
  • Identify and select Seller and Plan, Produce, Manage and Administer the Contract
  • Manage Project Team
  • Conflict Resolution and How to Lead and Motivate Project Teams
  • Monitoring and Controlling Project Scope, Time, Cost, Quality and Risks
  • PMI code of conduct and ethical responsibilities of a Project Manager

Overview

  • Navigate the process groups and knowledge areas of the PMBOK® Guide – Fourth Edition
  • Identify and map the inputs and outputs of the PMBOK® Guide processes
  • Align your project management knowledge with PMBOK® Guide terminology and definitions
  • Analyze PMBOK® Guide tools and techniques essential for PMP® exam success
  • Create a personalized plan for self-study to focus your efforts from after the course to your exam date
  • Taking daily PMP®-style practice exams and cross-referencing answers to PMBOK® Guide
  • Speaking the PMBOK® Guide language
  • Charting Input-Process-Output (IPO) diagrams
  • Creating a matrix to map PMBOK® Guide knowledge areas and process groups
  • Developing a personalized exam preparation plan and study guide
  1. Setting Program Expectation & Knowing Each Other
  2. Introduction: PMP® Certification Exam Introduction
  3. The Process Framework: How It All Fits Together
  4. Integration Management: Getting the Job Done
  5. Scope Management: Doing the Right Stuff
  6. Time Management: Getting it Done on Time
  7. Cost Management: Watching the Bottom Line
  8. Quality Management: Getting it Right
  9. Human Resource Management: Getting the Team Together
  10. Communications Management: Getting the Word Out
  11. Risk Management: Planning for the Unknown
  12. Procurement Management: Getting Some Help
  13. Stakeholder Management (Newly Added)
  14. PMP® Exam Strategy
  • Trained over 5000+ professionals on best practice project management and scheduling
  • Experienced and Subject Matter Expert Trainers
  • Hands-on training based on real time Project Scenarios
  • Scenario based Step-by-Step Instructions Manual
  • Guidelines / Checklist on Best Project Management and Scheduling Practices
  • Post Training troubleshooting and hand holding

Who Should Attend?

Experienced Project Managers, Team Leaders, Engagement Managers, Account Managers, Delivery Managers, Business Analysts, Technical Architects, Solution Architects, Functional Managers and anyone who are involved in doing projects and project management and plans to take the PMP® exam. Participants should be aware of exam eligibility criteria established by the PMI®

Why get PMP Certified?

  • Widely recognized Project Management Certification
  • Approval of your knowledge of Project Management
  • Demonstrates Proof of Professional Achievement
  • Improves the way you manage your Projects
  • Certification increases your Marketability
  • Displays your willingness to pursue Growth
  • Increases Customer Confidence