Project Management Professional (PMP – 6th Edition) Training

Project Management Professional (PMP – 6th Edition) Training & Certification Course

Today’s complex business environment demands project professional versed in the multiple approaches, driving successful business outcomes . PMI mission is to help you build competencies that enable the right approach for the right project.

This 6th edition of the PMBOK Guide is the first time PMI includes specific and detailed information about agile approaches to project management. The Agile Practice guide is a fitting companion serving as a bridge that connects Waterfall and Agile. Together they are a Powerful tool , regardless of your practice preferences.

PMBOK Guide – 6th Edition + Agile Practice Guide

PMI is pleased to present this dynamic duo to help you pinpoint the right mix of approaches and drive your project to successful outcomes.

Audience: Project management professional certification training at Power Track is most beneficial for project managers, team leads, project associates, project assistants/engineers, software developers or any individual aspiring to be a project manager. Managers who want to enhance their skills and boost their earning potential can also learn project management skills online in this intensive project management professional training.

PMP Course Syllabus (PMBOK 6th Edition)

Module 1. Introduction to project management

  • Basic definitions
  • Project, program, portfolio, and operations management
  • Different development life cycles
  • PMBOK 5 Process Groups
  • PMBOK 10 Knowledge areas
  • PMBOK 49 processes

Module 2. The environment in which projects operate

  • Enterprise environmental factors
  • Organizational process assets
  • Project-oriented, functional, and matrix structures
  • Project management office

Module 3. The role of the project manager

  • Project manager’s competencies
  • Leadership and management skills
  • Leadership styles
  • Different forms of powers

Module 4. Project integration management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project integration management – total 7 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs

Module 5. Project scope management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project scope management – total 6 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs

Module 6. Project schedule management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project schedule management – total 6 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs

Module 7. Project cost management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project cost management – total 4 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs

Module 8. Project quality management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project quality management – total 3 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs

Module 9. Project resource management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project resource management – total 6 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs

Module 10. Project communications management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project communication management – total 3 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs

Module 11. Project risk management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project risk management – total 7 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs

Module 12. Project procurement management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project procurement management – total 3 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and techniques
    • Outputs

Module 13. Project stakeholders management

  • Key concepts
  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Project stakeholders management – total 4 processes
    • Inputs
    • Tools and Techniques, Outputs

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
Schedule for Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Prep
Course Name Exam No of (days)
Power Track Course for PMI-PMP® PMI-PMP® Exam 5
Total 5

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What is a PMP ?

A Project Management Professional Certification is designed to help professionals upgrade their project management skills and learn the various industry practices that meet with the modern challenges. The PMI offers management programs spanning various certification courses all of which will help you ascend the ropes of success in your career.

How do I become a certified Project Manager ?

To become a certified project manager, it is necessary to pass certification exams. You must pick the most relevant program that will help boost your professional career. The exam consists of testing a management professional across five major domains- project initiation, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing the project.

What are the eligibility criteria for the project management certification exam?

The eligibility criterion for Project Management Certification depends on your educational and professional background: High School Diploma/ associate Degree or equivalent- Must have five years of non –overlapping Project Management experience with 7500 hours of leading direct project tasks. Also, 35 PDUs are required. Bachelor's Degree/ or Equivalent- Must have three years of non –overlapping Project Management experience with 4500 hours of leading direct project tasks. Also, 35 PDUs are required.

How long is the validity period of PMP training certification ?

The validity period of PMP Training Certification is for three years and your job to renew the certification starts immediately when you receive the same. You follow the CCR (Counting Certification Requirements) and are supposed to earn sixty Professional Development Units during these three years. After completing this, your certification is extended for next three years.

What is the passing score of PMP certification ?

The passing score was once 81%, which was reset to 61% in 2005, which meant that PMP applicants need to answer 106 or more out of the 175 questions. From December 2005, PMI has stopped publishing the passing score. Now the passing score for every applicant is different and is based on the difficulty level of questions being attempted. Also, the PMP Exam report card was revised in 2007 and now gives only the proficiency levels (i.e. Proficient, Moderately Proficient and Below Proficient).

What is Changing – PMBOK 6TH Edition?

If you’re utilizing the PMBOK Guide® as a study tool for the exam, you can expect to find the following updates in the PMBOK Guide® – Sixth Edition:

  • A new chapter on the role of the project manager that focuses on effective leadership — including necessary competencies, experience and skills.
  • Two renamed Knowledge Areas that more accurately reflect which elements can be managed and which cannot:
    • Schedule Management (formerly known as Time Management)
    • Resource Management (formerly known as Human Resource Management)
  • Every Knowledge Area now features four new sections:
    • Key Concepts
    • Trends and Emerging Practices
    • Tailoring Considerations
    • Considerations for Agile/Adaptive Environments

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