As organizations increasingly rely on projects to do business, knowledge of project management is becoming one of the essential skills that project managers must have in our time.
This program focuses on developing project management skills to enable participants to lead their projects and work teams to complete their projects.
This program also benefits experienced project managers to hone their skills, follow management standards and, use global terminology in the field of project management with their peers and partners for success in the project environment.
Upon completion of this training program, participants will be able to apply preferred and recognized practices as per the Project Management Institute PMI® curriculum to successfully manage their projects.
Completing this training program is also a prerequisite for applying to the PMP® exam, and passing it successfully the first time.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Review the PMP exam requirements and application process
- Define a number of key terms and identify the relationship between portfolio, program and project management
- Describe how organizational influences affect the methods used in project management
- Learn about the integration of various project management processes and activities
- Divide the project scope to include all required project work
- Calculate the duration of the activities required to complete the project
- Estimating the cost of activities and project budgets
- Define project quality policies and objectives
- Assemble the project team and manage its performance
- Correctly communicate project information
- Develop a project risk management plan and study project risks
- Planning the procurement steps and obtaining the necessary products and services from outside the project team
- Analyze stakeholder expectations and their impact on the project.
- Junior project managers in all disciplines.
- Experienced project managers.
- Program managers and project portfolios in all fields.
- Project coordinators.
- Managers of departments and functional units.
- Team leaders and observers.
- Project team members.
Note: The applicant for the PMP® test needs to have at least three years of work experience.
- Interactive lectures based on dialogue and discussion of participants’ opinions.
- Presentation of a summary and comprehensive of the most important topics of the curriculum.
- Practical workshops to apply the skills and practical examples to be presented to the participants.
- Exercises and questions that simulate the real test.
- Training with simulation tools similar to the real PMP® Exam Simulation.