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Course: PMI003
Duration: 3 days   35PDU
Price: ¥6,000
Course Benefits

The Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential is recognized as the universal standard of the profession. The course integrates the PMBOK Guide with specially developed information that is necessary to sit for the PMP examination. Hands-on exercises and multiple case study provide a guide to reinforce the knowledge. Preparation for the exam will include the debriefing of many hundreds of questions to provide the participants the maximum chance to pass their PMP the first time.


If you want to learn all the essentials of becoming a Project Manager, with all the necessary training to prepare for the PMI® PMP exam, this seminar is for you. You will learn from the expert on the following…

You will learn how to

  • Prepare to pass the PMP® exam
  • 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
  • You will listen to experts, review case studies and look at tools that can help facilitate efficient innovation across your organization. You will also practice 500 PMP exam questions with guide from the facilitator. As a result, you will leave this seminar knowing what actions you need to take to improve your project management skills as well as getting ready to take the PMP® title.

Who Should Attend

Experienced managers who plan to take the PMP® exam. It is especially useful for people in the following categories:

  • Project managers
  • Engineers
  • IT Specialist & Managers
  • Purchasing Managers
  • Operation Managers
  • Finance Managers
  • Customer service leaders
  • Marketing
  • Business Development Managers
  • Functional directors (Eng, IT, Operation, Procurement, Quality Assurance)
Participants should be aware of exam eligibility criteria established by the PMI®.

Course  Workshop

Through a series of individual practice workshops and simulated exams, you build a personalized study plan to ensure your exam preparedness. Workshops include:
  • Develop project plan based on PMBOK® best practice.
  • Understand and able to use the PMBOK® language.
  • Charting PMBOK® process framework Input-Process-Output diagrams.
  • Developing a personalized exam preparation plan and study guide
  • Taking daily PMP®-style practice exams and cross-referencing answers to PMBOK® Guide
  • Practice Project Management people skill to inspire team members to reach project goals.

Course Contents

  • Knowledge areas and process groups of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide: Fourth Edition)
  • Characteristics of a project life cycle
  • Essential project management skills
  • Deciphering the PMBOK® Guide Structure
Outlining the five process groups Defining the nine knowledge areas
  • Initiating
  • Planning
  • Executing
  • Monitoring and controlling
  • Closing
  • Profiling each knowledge area
  • Mapping the interrelationships of knowledge areas to process groups

The Initiating Processes

Relevant tools and techniques Key concepts beyond the PMBOK® Guide: Fourth Edition
  • Project selection methods
  • Authorizing the project
  • Payback period
  • Return on investment (ROI)
  • Internal rate of return (IRR)
  • Net present value (NPV)
  • Benefit to cost ratio (B/C)

The Planning Processes

Tools and techniques to study 
  • Activity on note (AON) methods
  • PDM, ADM and CDM diagrams
  • Analogous, parametric, bottom-up and computerized estimating techniques
  • CPM, PERT and GERT activity sequencing
  • Work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Benefit/cost analysis
  • Qualitative and quantitative risk analysis including EMV
  • Decision trees
  • Make-or-buy
  • Contract type selection
  • Benchmarking
  • Flowcharting
  • Reserve analysis
  • The cost of quality
Significant inputs and outputs 
  • Activity lists and resource requirements
  • Management plans for schedule, cost, risk and the project
  • Historical information
  • Expert judgment
  • Recruitment practices
  • Quality, risk response, communication and procurement management plans
Important planning concepts 
  • Organizational theory
  • Design of experiments

The Executing Processes

Exam-relevant tools and techniques 
  • Quality audit
  • Weighting systems
  • Team-building activities
  • Reward and recognition systems
  • Performance reporting
  • Virtual teams
Primary inputs and outputs
  • Change requests
  • Work results
  • Proposals
  • Contracts
Additional areas of study
  • The stages of team development
  • Motivational theories
  • Conflict resolution techniques
  • Communication theory
  • The five levels of power

The Monitoring and Controlling Processes
Applicable tools and techniques
  • Components of earned value analysis (EVA): PV, AC, EV
  • Configuration management
  • Subsidiary change control
The Closing Processes
Key concepts

Prominent inputs and outputs

  • Formal acceptance and closure
  • Project archives
  • Types of closing
  • Lessons learned
  • Corrective actions

Planning for the Exam
Preparing for test day Personalizing your study plan
  • Gaining insight into the exam process
  • Applying proven tips for exam success
  • Conquering exam apprehension
  • Rising to the exam challenge
  • Identifying your strengths and weaknesses
  • Designing a plan that works for you
  • Incorporating study tips for best results
  • Optimizing your study time and focus

Professional Responsibility and Ethics
  • The PMI® Code of Professional Conduct
  • Balancing the interests of stakeholders
    • Applying professional knowledge
    • Doing the right thing at the right time

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PMP-Customer Comments

"Great Value for your money!  The PMP course put exciting new knowledge on my plate!Eduard Bertrand, Project Manager, NPI Company.

"Francis is a full fetch facilitator and very experienced in a project management.  Moreover he is an excellent teacher.” Francisco-Martin, Counselor, Embassy of Benin.

"Francis can explain complex concepts into very simple details that it makes easy to understand.  As stepping stone in career it is definitely worth it." Linda Li, Senior Research Specialist, TESCO Limited

PMP-Course Rating

The most recent 10 class evaluations scored this course at:
rating 4.6

Included in the course

  • All training materials
  • Exam prep questions
  • Exam simulator



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