PMP Prep Program

At the conclusion of this three day program, participants should be able to pass the PMP® Certification Examination administered by PMI.

Objectives:

The objective of the course is simple: At the conclusion of this PMP® Prep Program, participants should be able to pass the PMP® Certification Examination administered by PMI.

Program Duration:

3 Days

Program Cost:

$1,900 per participant; discounts available based on number of participants, training location, instructor availability, and multiple class commitments.

Progam Guarantee:

If a participant completes the three-day PMP® Prep Program and fails to pass the PMI PMP certification exam, then the participant may take the program again for free.

Prerequisites:

Each participant is assumed to have already completed the two-day Project Success Method program in the fundamentals of project management and participated in the execution of actual projects.

More specifically, each participant should meet the minimum experience requirements to take the PMP® examination. Thus, this course is not meant to be a total “stand-alone” study program for the PMP exam. Also, the study manual is designed to be used in association with the review course taught by the instructor.

Major Topics:

The course is organized around the Project Management Knowledge areas covered by the Project Management Institute’s PMP® exam. Although there are other organizing frameworks for such a course, this framework is most practical for the purpose of PMP® preparation.

A comprehensive preparation manual is provided to each course participant. Each chapter in the course manual contains several pages of background and review material followed by a set of extensive review questions that mimic the questions encountered on the actual PMP® exam. The review questions in each section are followed by answers.

An introductory section is included in the course manual that addresses general information about the PMP® designation and the examination. A second section is included to address an overview of the framework and organization of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®). A closing section is also included in the manual to address PMP® exam questions related to Professional and Social Responsibility – a section covered on the PMP® exam, but not a “knowledge area” in PMBOK®. The other sections of the manual address specific knowledge areas in the PMBOK®

PDU Credits: 24

Target Audience:

This program is designed for professionals who are or will be responsible for the management of projects, members of project teams, sponsors of projects, key project contributors, and project management office (PMO) staff.

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