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Program details for 4-Day/35 Contact Hours Project Management Course.
Workshop Objectives

The participants would be able to:
  • Comprehend Concepts, Tools and Techniques relating to the Profession of Project Management in conformance with the Latest PMI Standards;
  • •Enhance Project Management Competence to enable individuals and organizations achieve "Better Business Results";
  • •Master identification of Stakeholder Needs and Expectations, and converting them into Project Requirements, Creation of WBS and how to plan to avoid scope creep, time and cost overruns, or quality problems later in the project;
  • •Command the art of estimating costs and durations;
  • •Attain Expertise on Project Integration and Meeting "Triple Constraint", Assessing and Addressing Positive and Negative Risks, and Establishing a sound Change Management System ;
  • •Acquire Proficiency in vendor management and Proper Project Closure, documenting "Lessons Learned" and augmenting Corporate Knowledge Base;
  • •Acquire knowledge and skills to pass New PMP® Examination.
Workshop Delivery
  • •The Program is a designed to enable the participants discuss and assimilate the concepts involving application of Project management concepts / techniques specified in the Latest Version of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), Project Management Institute, Inc. To ensure a thorough grasp of the concepts, the delivery is highly interactive and based on real-life examples, case studies, and exercises.
Who can Attend
  • •The target audience for the Program:
  • •1) Professionals interested in pursuing the Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Exam.
  • • 2) Professionals desiring to acquire knowledge and skills based on PM Best Practices to distinguish themselves as better professionals by managing their projects effectively.
Workshop Contents Following contents are incorporated in the course:
  • • Project Management Framework
  • • Project Life Cycle and Organization
  • • Standard for managing a project (Knowledge Areas, Process Groups)
  • •Project Management Knowledge Areas covered:
  • • Project Integration Management
  • • Project Scope Management
  • •Project Time Management
  • •Project Cost Management
  • •Project Quality Management
  • •Project Human Resource Management
  • •Project Communications Management
  • •Project Risk Management
  • •Project Procurement Management
  • •Process Groups/Domains covered:
    • 1) Initiating
    • 2) Planning
    • 3) Executing
    • 4) Monitoring & Controlling
    • 5) Closing
Additional topic covered as per new PMP® Exam (Cross-cutting Knowledge and Skills):
  • • Interpersonal and Problem Solving Skills
  • • Comprehensive Learning Test
  • •Test Evaluation and Guidance for Success


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