Introduction to PMP Certificate/Certification
Duration: 44 Hours/11 Wks
Part 1: PMP Exam Foundation
- Providing you unique class notes which covers at 95% exam content
- Tutoring you the PMBOK Knowledge in detail from both of the exam point of view and the practical point of view
- Giving you additional exam knowledge which is not covered by PMBOK (e.g. Leadership). Note: PMBOK only covers 60-65% exam content
- Sharing the real life case study from teacher
- Analysing the real case from Students
- Guiding you on PM Job resume and Interview
Part 2: PMP Exam Booster
- Providing the teacher support for the PMP Exam registration (How to match your working experience to PMP Exam requirement and more…)
- Helping you to prepare the exam registration audit
- Reviewing the summary of the exam content
- Practising the exam key points
- Analysing the updated exam questions
- Exercising the real exam simulation
- Sharing with you the exam tips and tricks
- Getting Lesson Learned from students who just passed the PMP exam
- Answering your questions by teacher after class
- Guaranteeing the high passing rate over 98%.
Additional Benefits for all students:
- Joining our big project management network for free (Sharing work experience and job opportunities and more…)
- Providing PDU events to make your PMP renewal much easier
- Enjoying bigger discount on registering other management courses
- Getting career assistant for free
- Repeating the course for free
Practical Project Management Workshop
1. Winning Your Project Manager Job
- How to read the Project Manager Job post and customize your resume?
- How to win the Project Manager Interview?
- Top ten tips to answer project management interview questions?
- What are five pitfalls to watch out during interview?
- Building up your interview FAQ.
2 Knowing Your Project Management Challenges
- Why projects fail?
- How does project process help you deliver the project?
- What competencies project manager should have?
3. Handling Your Project Scope
- Why do I need Work Breakdown Structure?
- How do you handle the Scope Creep?
- How to manage the poor scope defined project?
4. Delivering Your Project On Time
- How does the PM tool help you to manage project?
- What’s the best practice to shorten the project schedule if the time is short?
- How can you make the project schedule bulletproof?
- What should you do if the project seems impossible to deliver?
- Why critical path is important?
- Situation Case Studies to create project schedule and resolve project schedule issues.
5. Controlling Your Project Cost
- What’s the best practice of estimating the project cost?
- Project Cost vs. Project Budget. What are their differences?
- Do I really need to do project forecast?
- Some practical tips on using Earned Value Management.
- How much contingency is enough?
- How can you make the project cost bulletproof?
- Situation Case Studies to create project cost and resolve project cost issues
6. Managing Your Project Change Control
- What is project change committee?
- How closely should I follow the change management process?
- Situation Case Studies to create project change control process.
7. Becoming a Successful Project Manager
- How do you manage your difficult team members?
- How do you convince your project sponsor to approve your project plan?
- Leading the project team in a soft way or hard way?
- What’s the effective way to chair project meetings?
- How to delegate task to your team and avoid them to re-delegate it back to you?
8. Strengthening Your Skills with a Final Assignment
- Present Project Team Work to Instructor by applying we learn from this course
- Evaluation your presentation
- Present Best Project Team Award
- How to utilize what you learn from this course to boost your PM Career life
1. Project Management Introduction
2. Integration Management
This session discusses the process required to ensure that the various elements of a project are properly coordinated. An overview of project plan development, project plan execution and change control is presented.
3. Scope Management
Project success or failure depends on the quality of the project scope and how clearly it is defined within the organizational context. Focus is on developing a high quality scope statement, cost/benefit analysis, project constraints and alternatives, project objectives, work breakdown structure, project master schedule, work authorization, scope reporting, control systems and project termination.
4. Time Management
The success of a project depends on the quality and effective use of time management. The focus is on time control and management. Areas of concentration are work breakdown structure, network models, task analysis, resource time management, project team responsibilities, schedule planning and control using critical path methods.
5. Cost Management
Financial planning and cost controls are principal functions of the project manager. This activity covers the entire project life cycle and is an integral part of the project management process. Focus is on financial analysis, cost estimating, forecasting, cost control and cost reporting.
6. Quality Management
High quality is paramount for a successful project. Focus is on total quality philosophy, quality assurance, quality control, cost of quality and quality conformance.
7. Communications Management
Successful project managers must be able to communicate effectively with the project team, support staff, corporate management and clients. Focus is on communication vehicles, listening and presentation skills, audience definition and identification process, and communication channels and barriers.
8. Human Resources Management
This is the discipline of directing and coordinating people throughout the life of the project. It uses administrative, behavioral and organizational knowledge to achieve project success. Focus is on leadership skills, team building, motivation, conflict management, compensation and organizational structure alternatives.
9. Risk Management
Project managers recognize the process of project planning, scheduling and controlling. However, risk is more difficult to define and manage in the real world because of uncertainty and the vague use of contingency. Focus is on risk definition, identification, mitigation and deflection, as well as contingency planning.
10. Contracts and Procurement Management
Procurement is the process by which goods and services are acquired, usually by contract. Focus is on material source selection, pre-qualification of vendors, contract types, procurement documents, invitation to bid, bid responses and evaluation, contract risk assessment, contract negotiation, contract award and conflict resolution.
11. Professional Responsibilities
Ensure individual integrity and professionalism, contributing to the project management knowledge base, enhance individual competence, balance stakeholders’ interests and interact with team and stakeholders in a professional and cooperative manner.
12. Sample Projects Analysis