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01/07/2020 10:00 AM
03/07/2020 4:00 PM




The overall aim of this course is to prepare participants for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification through discussing the exam requirements and analyzing its questions format. Additionally, participants will get the opportunity to practice many similar exam questions. The course also aims at assisting participants in employing the project life cycle through an in-depth description of the five process groups and ten knowledge areas related to project management.

Course Methodology

The course uses a mix of interactive techniques such as group exercises, brief presentations by the consultant and the participants, practicing exam questions and simulations.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Review the PMP exam requirements and application process
  • Define several key terms and recognize the relationship among portfolio, program and project management
  • Describe how organizational influences affect the methods used for managing projects
  • Identify the integration of various processes and project management activities
  • Breakdown the project scope to include all required project work
  • Compute activities duration required to complete the project
  • Estimate activity costs and project budgets
  • Outline the project quality policies and objectives
  • Assemble the project team and manage its performance
  • Create and properly communicate project information
  • Develop a project risk management plan and examine project risks
  • Plan the procurement steps to acquire products and services needed from outside the project team
  • Analyze stakeholder expectations and their impact on the project

Target Audience

Project managers, members of project offices, project sponsors, functional managers, senior management and individuals interested in PMP certification. This course is worth 35 PDUs.

Target Competencies

  • Managing projects
  • Initiating projects
  • Planning projects
  • Executing projects
  • Controlling projects
  • Closing projects

Course Outline

  • PMP credential overview
    • The Project Management Institute (PMI)
    • Credential overview
    • Exam overview
    • Application process
    • Questions format
  • PMP introduction
    • The PMBOK guide
    • Project managers areas of concern
    • Portfolios, programs and projects
    • Project definition
  • Organizational influences and project life cycle
    • Organizational types
    • Managing project constraints
    • Process groups
    • Knowledge areas
  • Integration management
    • Developing the project charter
    • Developing the project management plan
    • Directing and managing project work
    • Monitoring and controlling project work
    • Performing integrated change control
    • Closing the project or phase
  • Scope management
    • Planning scope management
    • Collecting requirements
    • Defining the scope
    • Creating the WBS
    • Validating the scope
    • Controlling the scope
  • Time management
    • Planning schedule management
    • Defining activities
    • Sequencing activities
    • Estimating activity resources
    • Estimating activity durations
    • Developing the schedule
    • Controlling the schedule
  • Cost management
    • Planning cost management
    • Estimating costs
    • Determining the budget


Duration:  4 days

Class Session : 10:00am – 4:00pm each day including Breakfast and Lunch time

Customize Your Training

This training is currently available as residential/in-house option. If you prefer us to customize or have this training in-house at your location, kindly send your request via e-mail

Please Note

Mctimothy Associates Reserves the right to postpone or cancel a course due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control. In such cases delegate(s) will be registered for the next run of the Course.

Total: 115000.00


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