The Project Management Professional® certification by PMI®, the leading association in the field of project management, is one of most coveted certification in the industry today. It is a globally recognized and accepted credential, demonstrating that you have appropriate knowledge, expertise and attitude as is required of a competent project manager. Our PMP Certification course is the right choice for a PMP aspirant seeking to enhance his or her profile and career prospects.
|· Course Introduction||· Project Time Management||· Project Procurement Management|
|· PMP Exam Overview||· Project Cost Management||· Project Stakeholder Management|
|· Project Management Framework||· Project Quality Management||· Professional & Social Responsibilities|
|· Project Management Processes||· Project Human Resource Management||· Exam Tips and Tricks|
|· Project Integration Management||· Project Communication Management|
|· Project Scope Management||· Project Communication Management|
If you meet one or more of the following criteria, then you are a right candidate to purchase this course. In particular, you:
|Name||Description||Type||Session Date||Start Time||End Time||Learning Hours|
|Course Introduction||The Course Introduction helps you to get familiar with the course structure and layout. It will also help you understand the navigation within the course.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||30 minutes|
|PMP Exam Overview||This module talks about prerequisites to appear for the PMP Exam. It discusses the steps to acquire PMP Certificate, exam structure of PMP, PMP Certificate’s validity period and its renewal procedures||Selfpaced||-||-||-||30 minutes|
|Project Management Framework||The project management framework defines the standards, guidelines and context for project management. It defines the project, project management and gives an overview of the relationship between project, portfolio and project management. It also provides an understanding of internal and external stakeholders and their influences on the project. It also provides information on the various constraints the projects usually face in the practical world.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||165 minutes|
|Project Management Processes||This module gives an outline of the various processes that are employed in a typical project life cycle. It also describes organizational structures, and how they can impact the project structure and processes. It defines various process groups and how they relate to the Project Management Knowledge areas||Selfpaced||-||-||-||45 minutes|
|Project Integration Management||Project Integration Management is one of the core areas of Project Management. This is where the project manager brings together various aspects of the project and employs different processes in an integrated manner, to achieve the project objectives. It involves decision making with respect to resources, balancing the project constraints and ensuring that interdependent processes are properly handled. In other words, this knowledge area defines those processes, which help in appropriate and integrated execution of the project management activities.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||165 minutes|
|Project Scope Management||This module on Scope Management provides processes that can be used for ensuring that scope is appropriately handled – neither more nor less is delivered vis a vis the plan. It describes how project requirements are documented and how scope baseline is developed. It explains how the project scope can be broken down into manageable units along with outlining the basis for customer acceptance of deliverable. It also covers how to manage and control scope.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||165 minutes|
|Project Time Management||A lot of the projects end up overshooting the planned time line. This ultimately leads to an increase in cost of the project and also, at times produces an obsolete requirement. This module on Time Management discusses the processes to develop and control schedule to manage projects. It also elaborates on how to schedule activities, estimate resources and track progress against plan.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||225 minutes|
|Project Cost Management||Cost Management covers the topics related to budgeting, controlling and tracking costs. It describes the various methods of estimating costs and techniques for controlling costs. Cost is one of the prime factors of any initiative or process and hence this module assumes a significant importance in the project management scheme of things.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||135 minutes|
|Project Quality Management||Quality Management involves processes that decide the quality parameters of the project, plan for tracking of these parameters and verify them. This module explains the quality and various terms associated with it. It also describes how to plan for quality, how to perform quality assurance and control and various tools that can be employed for this purpose. It’s important to understand that quality is not an isolated process – but an ongoing one, and attains importance as the project progresses.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||150 minutes|
|Project Human Resource Management||HR management is all about organizing, managing and motivating the project team. In this module, we are going to see how to plan for resource management, and other processes like acquiring, developing and managing the project team. A few conflict management techniques and motivation theories are also covered as part of this module.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||135 minutes|
|Project Communication Management||Communication is one of the key tasks of any project manager. This module describes the processes for planning, managing and controlling communications in projects.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||2 hours|
|Project Risk Management||Risk Management is the reason for failure on most projects. Risk needs to be identified, planned for and managed in order to minimize the impact on the project. This module covers those processes, which are used in identifying, planning, analyzing and controlling risks.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||3 hours|
|Project Procurement Management||Procurement Management involves planning, conducting, controlling and closing procurement. It explains the role of the project manager in the context of procurement, types of contracts and various contract negotiation tactics. It also outlines the conditions, under which a contract can be said to be closed.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||150 minutes|
|Project Stakeholder Management||Stakeholders exert a significant influence over project decisions. Hence it is imperative that stakeholders are identified and managed adequately. This module covers processes related to identifying stakeholders, planning for stakeholder management and how to control the engagement.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||2 hours|
|Professional and Social Responsibilities||A project manager has certain professional and ethical responsibilities towards the project and the organization. This module explains the basics of professional conduct and responsibilities in the context of project management.||Selfpaced||-||-||-||45 minutes|
|Exam Tips n Tricks||Exam Tips n Tricks||Selfpaced||-||-||-||15 minutes|
|PMP Practice Test 1||PMP Practice Test 1||Quiz||-||-||-||240 minutes|
|PMP Practice Test 2||PMP Practice Test 2||Quiz||-||-||-||240 minutes|
The eligibility criteria for the PMP exam can be divided in two parts. One is the education and experience of the candidate and second is the training need.
For Diploma holders (High School Diploma, Associate’s Degree or the Global Equivalent): 5 years of Project Management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects.
For degree holders (4 years Bachelor’s degree): 3 years of Project Management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects.
35 contact hours of Project Management education.
|Exam Administration Type||PMI Member||US Dollars||Euros|
|Computer-based Testing (CBT)||Member||$405||€340|
|Computer-based Testing (CBT)||Non-member||$555||€465|
|Paper-based Testing (PBT)||Member||$250||€205|
Yes. This course is offered by Navitus Education Private Limited in partnership with BTP Technologies. The course has been registered with PMI and will enable you to get 35 PDUs required by PMI. (REP ID: 2661)
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PMP, PRINCE2, OCA, MCP
|2011 – Present||Freelance Consultant & Trainer||Self-Employed|
|2003 – 2010||Senior Project Manager||Tech Mahindra|
|2001 – 2003||Software Engineer||Gluon Network|
|1997 – 2001||IT Analyst||Tata Consultancy Services|
|2009 – 2011||M.B.A. (General Management)||S. P. Jain Institute of Management & Research|
|1993 – 1997||B.E. (Electronics)||K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering|
|1991 – 1993||H.S.C.E.||K. J. Somaiya College of Science|
|1991||S. S. C. E.||D. P. Y. A. High School|
PMP, PRINCE2, OCA
Enjoys Reading, Traveling & 20/20 Cricket.