Project Management Professional Certification Program (PMI-PMP) (PMBOK6) (30 PDUs)

What you’ll learn

  • 1. Project Initiation and Planning
  • 2. Managing Project Work
  • 3. Project Changes and Closing
  • 4. Capturing, Analyzing, and Using Project Lessons Learned
  • 5. Strategically Focused Project Management
  • 6. Plan and Define Project Scope
  • 7. Create Work Breakdown Structure
  • 8. Validate and Control Scope
  • 9. Define and Sequence Activities
  • 10. Develop the Project Schedule
  • 11. Control the Project Schedule
  • 12. Creating a Project Budget
  • 13. Keeping Your Project on Budget
  • 14. Planning Quality Management
  • 15. Manage and Control Quality
  • 16. Quality Methodologies and Standards for Project Management
  • 17. Plan and Acquire Resources
  • 18. Develop and Manage Resources
  • 19. Plan and Manage Communications
  • 20. Monitor Project Communications
  • 21. Planning Risk Management
  • 22. Identifying Risk
  • 23. Analyzing Risk
  • 24. Responding to Risk
  • 25. Procurement Planning
  • 26. Procurement Management
  • 26. Procurement Management
  • 27. Planning Stakeholder
  • 28. Managing Stakeholder Engagement

The Project Management Professional Certification Course (PMI-PMP) includes a number of 18 sections (28 when all the sections will be developed) covering the most relevant information in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK6) developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI).

1. Project Initiation and Planning. Projects are complex undertakings that require a high degree of coordination from start to finish. A lot goes into planning, getting the work done, monitoring progress, and finally, closing the project. In this course, you’ll learn what project integration management involves and why it’s important. Once you have an understanding of what’s needed to manage project integration, you’ll learn about the first two processes. These are what you use to create a project charter and develop a project management plan.

2. Managing Project Work. Most projects aren’t lucky enough to enjoy smooth sailing from beginning to end. Unforeseen events and difficulties usually crop up somewhere along the line. And these can steer a project off course. But don’t worry, in this course, you’ll learn how to direct and manage the work of a project. In addition, this course will show you how to monitor and control project work, to ensure work performance is in line with requirements. And how to leverage knowledge throughout the life cycle of the project.

3. Project Changes and Closing. It happens every time. Your customer or team members come up with great ideas during a project of how the product could be so much better if. But that can be a sure recipe for disaster. This course teaches you how to apply the perform integrated change control process. It also explains the closed project or phase process. Guiding you how to ensure product acceptance, tie up loose ends, and assess the project’s success.

4. Capturing, Analyzing, and Using Project Lessons Learned. Every project comes with its own unique challenges. There is valuable learning that takes place as project team members solve problems and persevere through challenges to meet their objectives. Lessons learned can serve a dual purpose. In this course, you’ll learn about the basic steps involved in collecting, analyzing, and passing on lessons learned, so that organizations are able to grow and experience superior performance.

5. Strategically Focused Project Management. As a project manager, your role is to ensure that each project starts out and remains in line with the company’s strategic goals and delivers expected value. In this course, you’ll learn about how to achieve that on your project from the creation of a project charter through closing the project. We’ll also discuss how to manage stakeholder relationships, with the goal of keeping their expectations in line with strategic goals.

6. Plan and Define Project Scope. So your project is all approved, and you’re ready to get started. What’s the first step? You need to figure out exactly what the end result is going to look like based on the customer’s needs. In this course, you’ll learn how to plan scope management for your project, use the collect requirements process to gather and refine stakeholders’ requirements. And then how to turn those into your scope statement with the defined scope process.

7. Create Work Breakdown Structure. This course focuses on a single process, the Create Work Breakdown Structure Process, or create WBS, as it’s called in the PMBOK® Guide. We’re going to talk about the role the WBS plays in planning, and how it’s used in control and reporting. You’ll learn about the important activities involved in decomposition to break down project requirements and deliverables in order to create a WBS. You’ll also learn about an important output of the Create WBS process, the scope baseline.

8. Validate and Control Scope. There are three priorities you’ll have as project manager. To make sure your projects meets stakeholder expectations and to make sure the project comes in on time and on budget. In this course you’ll learn about two processes that help you meet those obligations, validate scope and control scope. In validate scope, you formalize acceptance of the scope by all parties. And in control scope you manage changes to the scope baseline. Both of these processes are critical to project success.

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