PMP® is a globally recognized project management certification that identifies qualified and quality project managers.
The PMP® Certification validates that project managers have the necessary skills to complete projects on time and within budget. The training covers the entire project life cycle from initiation and planning through execution, acceptance, support and closure. Project managers are in high demand in the IT industry and are one of the higher paying sectors within IT.
The training program covers pre-project set-up/initiating; project planning; project execution and delivery; change, control and communication; project closure. A candidate is required to complete a period of time in a project management role before they’re eligible to sit for the exam, and are required to submit an application or complete additional hours of continuing education.
Candidate job roles include project manager, business analyst and project team member. Companies such as CDW, Microsoft, Alltel, IBM, Dell, Ricoh and the U.S. Government recognize the PMP® credential. Improve your skills and your marketability by achieving PMP® certification.
- Module 1: Project Management and Organizational Strategic Business Value
- Module 2: Organizational Culture and Project Governance
- Module 3: Project Management Knowledge Areas and Process Groups
- Module 4: Project Integration Management and Lifecycle of a Deliverable
- Module 5: Project Charter and Project Management Plan
- Module 6: Planning for and Identification of Project Stakeholders
- Module 7: Managing Stakeholder Engagement
- Module 8: Planning Human Resources and Acquiring the Project Team
- Module 9: Development and Management of the Project Team
- Module 10: Planning Project Communications
- Module 11: Managing and Controlling Project Communications
- Module 12: Planning and Establishing the Project Scope Baseline
- Module 13: Validation and Control of Project Scope
- Module 14: Planning for and Identification of Project Risks
- Module 15: Qualitative and Quantitative Project Risk Analyses
- Module 16: Planning and Control of Project Risks and Responses
- Module 17: Planning Quality Management
- Module 18: Quality Assurance and Project Quality Control
- Module 19: Planning, Defining and Sequencing Project Activities
- Module 20: Estimating Activity Resources and Durations
- Module 21: Development and Control of the Project Schedule
- Module 22: Planning and Estimation of Project Cost
- Module 23: Determining the Project Budget
- Module 24: Controlling Project Costs
- Module 25: Planning and Conducting Project Procurements
- Module 26: Control and Closure of Project Procurements