Project Management Professional (PMP) – 6th edition Training Pack

$179.00

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Description

The Express Training Pack or EPT,  is a product designed to gain maximum knowledge in an efficient period of time. Each program contains lecture videos that emulate the content discussed in a live classroom environment. As you progress through each module, you will be challenged to a series of practice questions. In order to move on you must complete each rigorous quiz. Upon completion of all modules, you will gain access to a final practice exam, prepared by the instructor, to test your overall knowledge and mastery of the course.When you are steadily scoring 90 or above, you have achieved mastery and are ready to pass your exam.

The purpose of this program is to prepare experienced project management team members to take the PMP ® (Project Management Professional) certification examination. The emphasis is on explaining the PMI ® (Project Management Institute) best practices for project management across the continuum from predictive through adaptive life cycles as proposed in the 6 the edition PMBOK ® (Project Management Body of Knowledge). The course provides the student the information required to understand the concepts that will need to be applied in an analytical manner to answer examination situational questions. It is expected that the student will review these lessons and use practice questions and flash cards to finish preparation for the examination.

This course qualifies for 35 PMP learning credits.

This course is taught by Pete Matassa, President of TechKnowledgy Inc., who has over 20 years of project management instructor experience.

Training Objectives:

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Define project management fundamentals. 
  • Define project management within the organization. 
  • Define the project management methodology. 
  • Initiate a project. 
  • Develop a project management plan and plan components. 
  • Plan a project schedule. 
  • Plan project costs. 
  • Plan for quality, resources, and procurements. 
  • Plan for risk. 
  • Plan stakeholder engagement and communications. 
  • Execute a project. 
  • Work with stakeholders. 
  • Monitor project work, scope, risks, stakeholder engagement, and communications. 
  • Control project changes, scope, schedule, costs, quality, resources, and procurements. 
  • Close a project. 

Primary Target Audience:

  • Project Managers
  • Project Leaders
  • Project Team Members
  • Managers (Directors, General Managers)
  • Professionals interested in applying for the PMP® Exam.

Required Prerequisites:

  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent)
  • 7,500 hours leading and directing projects
  • 35 hours of project management education

or

  • Four-year degree
  • 4,500 hours leading and directing projects
  • 35 hours of project management education

This Course Contains:

  • 35 Hours of instructor led videos that will provide you in the same line of learning that you would experience in a live classroom environment.
  • Downloadable workbook
  • Over 500 exam questions designed by Pete Matassa to maximize your learning effort and prepare you for the ultimate certification in Project Management
  • ITU Application Assistance
  • Student Forums, where you can share ideas and feedback with our learning community.
  • Instructor Support.
  • Our ITU Pass Guarantee

Outline

  • Getting Certified to take the Examination
    • Learning objectives – Understanding prerequisites for applying to take the exam and the application process.
  • Techniques for Preparing for and Taking the Examination
    • Learning objectives – Understanding how the exam is structured, as well as tips and tricks for exam preparation and post exam continuing education requirements to maintain the certification are also reviewed.
  • Project Management Framework
    • Learning objectives – Understanding of how the PMBOK is structured, general project management concepts, project management roles and responsibilities, and leadership skills required to be a successful project manager.
  • Project Integration Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Integration Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project integration management.
  • Project Scope Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Scope Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project scope management.
  • Project Schedule Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Schedule Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project schedule management.
  • Project Cost Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Cost Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project cost management.
  • Project Quality Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Quality Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project quality management.
  • Project Resource Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Resource Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project resource management.
  • Project Communications Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Communications Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project communications management.
  • Project Risk Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Risk Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project risk management.
  • Project Procurement Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Procurement Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project procurement management.
  • Project Stakeholder Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Stakeholder Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project stakeholder management.