PMP® Exam Preparatory Training Program

  •    Training Start Date : 20-Jun-2017
  •    Class Schedule Time : 4 PM - 9 PM
  •    Training Duration : 1 Month
  •    Training Time : 36-40 Hours
  •    Registration End Date : 17-Jun-2017
  •    Venue : Daffodil International University, Daffodil Tower, 4th floor, 4/2, Sobahanbag, Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1207

Fee: BDT 4500 +VAT


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PMP® Exam Preparatory Training Program

Exclusive Rate (for DIU Graduates Only): BDT 12000/participant (16% off for the group registration of 3 and above), Regular Rate (For the Professionals): BDT 20000/participant (10% off for the group registration of 3 and above)


About the course

  • Experience and skills to bring projects to successful completion
  •  Improve competence in leading and directing projects
  • Provide skills to lead project teams
  •  Let participants manage projects more effectively and efficiently either in governmental or private sectors
  • Prepare graduates for the labor market and let them more competitive
  •  Identify the need for project management
  •  Describe project management principles, core concepts and techniques and how they apply to the day-to-day management of projects
  • Describe and understand all defined processes, tools and techniques, methodologies and concepts in the Ten Knowledge areas of the PMI® PMBOK® Guide, Fifth Edition
  • Gain the necessary information to prepare for the PMI® Project Management Professional (PMP) ® Certification Exam
  •  Learning and applying the best practices in managing projects 
  • Better knowledge, skill and application of project management processes, tools and techniques
  •  Identify participants’ personal expectations and correlate them to the course learning objectives

PMP Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible for the PMP credential, you must meet certain educational and professional experience requirements. All project management experience must have been accrued within the last eight consecutive years prior to your application submission.

 Option  Educational Background  Project Management Experience  Project  Management  Education
 1  Secondary degree (high  school diploma, associate’s  degree or global equivalent)  Minimum five years/60 months unique nonoverlapping professional  project management experience during which at least 7,500 hours  were spent leading and directing the project*    35 contact  hours of  formal  educatio
     OR  
 2   Four-year degree (bachelor’s  degree or global equivalent)  Minimum three years/36 months unique nonoverlapping  professional project management experience during which at least  4,500 hours were spent leading and directing the project*  35 contact  hours of  formal  education


* Leading and directing the project as identified with the tasks, knowledge, and skills specific in the Project Management Professional Examination Content Outline.

You should have experience in all five process groups across all your project management experience submitted on the application. However, on a single project, you do not need to have experience in all five process groups.
 


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PowerPoint, Presentation, Handouts, Exercises, Flash Cards, Work Book, Group Work

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Introduction:

Day by day project management is becoming the de facto factor for most of the modern organizations. In an increasingly projectized world, professional certification ensures that project managers are ready to meet the demands of projects across the globe. Solidify your skill set and face project challenges head-on with a PMI® certification. PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. 
 
Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP® demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to successfully lead and direct projects.
 
This proposal is providing Training scope and quote for Project Management Training for CAPM®/PMP® Exam Preparation for Career Development Center (CDC) of Daffodil International University
 
How participants will be benefited from the course:
 
The value of Project Management Certification is an ongoing trend among the professionals. If you enjoy being outstanding and get appreciated that comes from being the best in your profession field, then you should gain the knowledge by earning the certification in project management that is recognized throughout the world. This credential shows that you have a certain level of knowledge and expertise in working efficiently in a project environment.
  • Courseware and Instructor is accredited by PMI (DaySpring Limited) 
  • Identify useful techniques for preparing for and taking the PMP® exam.
  • Describe the project management framework including the processes within each knowledge area and process group.
  • Apply the project management framework to situational types of questions selecting the best answer amongst four choices.
  • Apply earned value formulas appropriately and interpret the results.
  • Apply PMI's professional responsibility policies to project scenarios. 
  • 35 Project Management Contact Hours for PMP® Exam 
  • Expert advice for preparing the PMP® exam
  • Deliverables with the training
  • Participants Handbook based on the latest editi
PMP® Exam Preparation Course Outline:

Summary

This course is based primarily on the Project Management Institute's (PMI)® "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Fifth Edition" (PMBOK® Guide) standards and certification Process for the designation of PMP® ,"Project Management Professional" from PMI. It is a comprehensive course that will assist individuals in preparing for the PMI's PMP® certification exam.

  • About PMI and PMP®
  • Introduction to Project Management
  • Project Management Context
  • Organization Structures and impact on Project
  • Project Initiation Process Group
  • Project Selection, Approval, and Scope Statement
  • Project Planning Process Group
  • Project Scoping, and Work Break Down Structure
  • Project Time, Cost & Human Resource Management
  • Project Quality, Risk, Procurement, and Communication Management
  • Project Execution Process Group
  • Work Performance Information and Deliverable Management
  • Project Team Management and Information Distribution
  • roject Monitoring & Controlling Process Group
  • Earned Value Management, Risk Monitoring and Forecasting
  • Scope Verification, Change control Process, and Quality
  • Project Closing Process Group
  • Project Contract Closing and Project Closing with Lesson Learned
  • PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Detail of the Course:

Project Management - Introduction:

  • The Ark of Noah
  • Change and business as usual
  • Basics on Project Management, output, outcome and benefit
  • All About the PMP® Exam
  • Project, Program and Portfolio Management
  •  Business Value, Role of Project Manager, Project Management Body of Knowledge
  • Organizational Influences and Project Life Cycle
  • Exercise

Project Management Processes: 

  • Project Life Cycle and Project Management Processes
  • The five project management process groups
  • Process groups, knowledge areas and project management process mapping
  • Identify Stakeholders, Stakeholder Management and Engagement
  • Develop Project Charter
  • Exercise

Project Scope Management

  • Plan Scope Management
  • Collect Requirements
  • Define Scope
  • Create WBS
  • Validate Scope
  • Control Scope
  • Work Book and Exercises

Project Schedule Management:

  • What is Project Time Management?
  • What is a Project Schedule? 
  • Practice Standard for Scheduling
  • The Project Time Management Processes
    • Plan Schedule Management
    • Define Activities
    • Sequence Activities
    • Estimate Activity Resources
    • Estimate Activity Durations 
    • Develop Schedule
    • Control Schedule 
  • What is Project Cost Management?
  • Cost estimating vs Cost Budgeting
  • Control Accounts
  • The Project Time Management Processes 
    • Plan Cost Management
    • Estimate Costs 
    • Determine Budget
    • Control Budget
  • Earned Value Management (EVM)
  • Project Selection Methods
Project Quality Management:
  • What is Quality and Quality Management?
  • Cost of Quality (COQ) and CoPQ
  • Practice Standard for Scheduling
  • The Project Quality Management Processes
    • Plan Quality Management
    • Perform Quality Assurance
    • Control Quality
  • Seven Basic Tools of Quality

Project Human Resource Management:

  • What is Human Resource Management
  • The Human Resources Management Processes
    • Plan Human Resource Management
    • Acquire Project Team
    • Develop Project TeamManage Project Team
    • Motivation Theory
  • Powers of project manager
  • Conflict Management

Project Communications Management

  • What is Communication Management in Project
  • Communication methods, technology and channels
  • Basic Communication model
  • The Project Communication Management Processes
    • Plan Communication Management
    • Manage Communications
    • Control Communications
  • PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct and social responsibility
  • What is Risk and Risk Management?
  • What is at Risk?
  • Practice Standard for Scheduling
    • The Project Risk Management Processes
    • Plan Risk Management o Identify Risks
    • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
    • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • Plan Risk Responses
    • Control Risks
Project Procurement Management
  • What is Project Procurement Management ?
  • Contract, Centralize and Decentralize contracting
  • Key terms in procurement management
  • The Project Procurement Management Processes
    • Plan Procurements Management
    • Conduct Procurements
    • Control Procurements
    • Close Procurements
Project Stakeholders Management
  • Stakeholders
  • Common Stakeholders on a Project
  • Stakeholders Power/Interest Grid
  • Stakeholders engagement assessment matrix
  • Skills needed to manage Stakeholders
  • The Project Stakeholders Management Processes
    • Identify Stakeholders (Detail)
    • Plan Stakeholder Management
    • Manage Stakeholder Engagement
    • Control Stakeholders Engagement

Project Integration Management

  • What is Project Integration Management?
  • Who is ‘Project Integrator’
  • The Project Integration Management Processes
  • Develop Project Charter (Detail)
  • Develop Project Management Plan
  • Direct and Project Execution
  • Monitor and Control Project Work
  • Perform Integrated Change Control
  • Close Project or Phase
PMP® Certification:

PMI’s PMP® Certification exam is the world’s most recognized professional credential for individuals working in the field of project management. The value of Project Management Certification is an ongoing trend among the professionals. If you enjoy being outstanding and get appreciated that comes from being the best in your profession field, then you should gain the knowledge by earning the certification in project management that is recognized throughout the world. This credential shows that you have a certain level of knowledge and expertise in working efficiently in a project environment.

Why PMP® Certification?

a). Organization Point of View

According to the Standish Group, only 29% of all projects are successful in terms of achieving cost, schedule and quality objectives. However, a success rate of 75% is achieved by employing modern project management standards, tools and techniques. The PMBOK® provides these standards, tools and techniques. The PMP® certification is based on PMBOK®. Hiring PMP® certified project managers provide organizations with significantly greater success on their projects. More and more project management organizations are moving towards hiring ONLY certified PMP®s.

b). Individual Project Manager’s Point of View

Many organizations are recognizing the value of PMP® certification and are requiring their project managers to be PMP® certified. According to PMI’s annual salary survey, PMP® certified project managers receive higher salary than non-PMP® certified project managers. In another survey conducted by Foote Partners* on behalf of PMI®, their results further supported the fact that PMP® certified project managers were getting paid more money than non- PMP®s.

c). Other Benefits

  • Competitive Advantage: PMP® Credentials Set You Apart
  • Benefit Your Company with Exclusive Know-How: Cost saving, less fire fighting, Client Confidence, stop reinventing the wheel
  • Command Higher Pay: Salary boost
  • Networking Potential: Consistency with the profession
  • Encourage team work: Helps You to Train Others
  •  Provides you with Greater Job Opportunities
  • You Will Have More Efficient Projects
  • Gain Invaluable Experience
  • Challenges You
  • Make a Career Switch

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