PREPPMP - Preparing for the PMP or CAPM Certification Exam (12 PDUs)

The PMP® designation is recognized worldwide as the standard professional competence in managing projects, attesting to one’s core experience and knowledge of project management concepts, tools, and techniques. Certification sets project management professionals apart from the crowd. This intensive 2-day course is designed to prepare individuals for the rigorous PMP® or CAPM® certification exams. PMP-certified instructors will identify test-taking tips and strategies, and will use these to review materials that will assist you with passing the exam. The course includes a comprehensive workbook and sample examinations. In order to take either the PMP® or the CAPM® exam, the applicant must apply directly to PMI and pay the exam fees prior to the examination. Go to PMI Website for detailed information and forms.

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Students should have already completed a thorough review of the PMBOK® Guide, attended a PMP or CAPM workshop from a Registered Education Provider (REP) or equivalent prior to this class

Detailed Class Syllabus

Course Outline

Chapter 1 What Is a Project?
Chapter 2 Creating the Project Charter
Chapter 3 Developing the Project Scope Statement
Chapter 4 Creating the Project Schedule
Chapter 5 Developing the Project Budget and Communicating the Plan
Chapter 6 Risk Planning
Chapter 7 Planning Project Resources
Chapter 8 Developing the Project Team
Chapter 9 Conducting Procurements and Sharing Information
Chapter 10 Measuring and Controlling Project Performance
Chapter 11 Controlling Work Results
Chapter 12 Closing the Project and Applying Professional Responsibility