Why become aPMP® Certified Project Manager?

0.7 million PMP® certified project managers in 210 countries around the world are leading their companies to success and earning 20% more than the non-certified project managers!

As per a survey, an average of 1.5 million project management positions need to be filled each year till 2025. This ever increasing demand of certified project managers makes PMP® certification the only truly global project management certification that is exceedingly sought after across all industries.
You will not only earn better but will be instrumental in completing projects on time and on budget. PMP® certification is offered by PMI® , world’s leading project management organization, ensures that you speak and understand the global language of project management and can wholesomely collaborate with the project management professionals across the globe.

Who should join PMP® certification online training?

If you have extensive experience in complete project management cycle that is planning, execution, delivery, leading and directing the teams of different functional expertise and have held positions like Project Manager, Team Lead, Project Engineer, Software Developer or similar positions in any domain or industry, you should aim to join the ever increasing tribe of PMP® .

Prerequisites for PMP® as outlined by PMI®

• For non-graduates: 7500 hours of professional project experience i.e. 6 to 7 years of experience.
• For Graduates: 4500 hours of professional project experience i.e. 3 to 4 years of experience.
• All applicants are required to complete 35 contact hours also known as PDUs – Professional Development Units) of formal project management training

If you do not meet the above criteria but still keen to pursue an official project management certification, consider CAPM® that is Certified Associate in Project Management® . Please write to us at info@scholarspro.com to know more about CAPM® training.

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Course Contents PMP® Online Training

  1. Objective
  2. What are PMI® and PMP®
  3. Application requirement for PMP® exam
  4. Guidelines to fill up PMP® exam application
  5. About the PMP® exam
  6. PMP® exam syllabus
  1. Objective
  2. Project
  3. Characteristics of project
  4. Project Management
  5. Project Management Activities
  6. Program Management
  7. Portfolio
  8. Portfolio Management
  9. Relationship between Project, Program and Portfolio
  10. Project Management Office
  11. Managing the Triple Constraints
  12. Stakeholder
  13. Stakeholder Management
  14. Organizational Structure
  15. Functional Organization
  16. Advantages and Disadvantages of Organizational Structure
  17. Project Lifecycle and Product Lifecycle
  18. PM framework
  19. Quiz
  20. Summary
  21. Conclusion
  1. Objective
  2. Project Lifecycle vs. Project Management Process
  3. Project Management Process Groups
  4. Process Group Interaction
  5. Project Management Process Map
  6. Quiz
  7. Summary
  8. Conclusion
  1. Objective
  2. Project Management Process Group and Knowledge Area Mapping
  3. Project Integration Management
  4. Role of Project Manager, Team, and Sponsor
  5. Project Selection Methods
  6. Project Integration Management process
  7. Reading a Process Diagram
  8. Develop Project Charter
  9. Develop Project Management Plan
  10. Key Terms
  11. Direct and Manage Project Work
  12. Monitor and Control Project Work
  13. Change Management Process
  14. Business scenario Problem Statement
  15. Close Project or phase
  16. Senario2: Integration Management
  17. Quiz
  18. Summary
  19. Conclusion
  1. Objective
  2. Project scope Management Activities
  3. Project Scope vs. Product Scope
  4. Key Terms
  5. Work Breakdown Structure
  6. Project scope Management Process
  7. Plan Scope Management
  8. Collective Requirements
  9. Business Scenario: Problem Statement
  10. Group Creative Technique
  11. Group Decisions Making Technique
  12. Requirements Traceability Techniques
  13. Define Scope
  14. Create WBS
  15. Validate Scope
  16. Control Scope
  17. Business Scenario: Problem Statement
  18. Scenario3 : Scope Management
  19. Quiz
  20. Summary
  21. Conclusion
  1. Objective
  2. Project Management Process Map
  3. Project Time Management Activities
  4. Project Schedule
  5. Gantt Chart: Relationships and Dependencies
  6. Network Diagram
  7. Key Terms
  8. Project Time Management Processes
  9. Plan Schedule Management
  10. Define Activities
  11. Sequence Activities
  12. Estimate Activities Resources
  13. Estimate Activities Durations
  14. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  15. Develop Schedule
  16. Schedule Network Analysis
  17. Program Evaluation and Review Technique
  18. Critical Path Method
  19. Calculation of float
  20. Critical Path: Example
  21. Schedule Compression
  22. Impact of Schedule Compression
  23. Other Schedule Techniques
  24. Control Schedule
  25. Business Scenario: Problem Statement
  26. Senario4: Time Management
  27. Quiz
  28. Summary
  29. Conclusion
  1. Objective
  2. Project Management Process Map
  3. Project Cost Management
  4. Cost Management Plan
  5. Control Account
  6. Project Cost Management Processes Preview
  7. Plan Cost Management Preview
  8. Estimate Cost
  9. Determine Budget
  10. Control Cost
  11. Earned Value Management
  12. Planned Value-Example
  13. Earned Value Formulae
  14. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  15. Earned Value Management-Example
  16. Key Terms
  17. Scenario 5: Cost Management
  18. Quiz
  19. Summary
  20. Conclusion
  1. Objective
  2. Project Management Process Map Preview
  3. Quality
  4. Quality Related Terms
  5. Optimal Level of Quality
  6. Quality Management
  7. QP vs. QA vs. QC
  8. Quality Management Concepts
  9. Cost of Quality
  10. Project Quality Management Processes Preview
  11. Plan Quality Management
  12. Perform Quality Assurance
  13. Control Quality
  14. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  15. Seven Basic Quality Tools
  16. Six Sigma
  17. Six Sigma – Example
  18. Scenario 6 – Quality Management
  19. Quiz
  20. Summary
  21. Conclusion
  1. Objective
  2. Project Management Process Map
  3. Project Human Resource Management
  4. Functional Manager vs. Project Manager Preview
  5. Project Human Resource Management Processes
  6. Plan Human Resource Management
  7. Organization Charts and Role Descriptions
  8. Responsibility Assignment Matrix
  9. Resource Histogram Preview
  10. Acquire Project Team
  11. Develop Project Team
  12. Manage Project Team Preview
  13. Team Dynamics
  14. Conflict Management
  15. Conflict Management (contd.)
  16. Conflict Resolution Techniques
  17. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  18. Powers of the Project Manager
  19. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  20. Organizational Theories
  21. Leadership Styles
  22. McKinsey’s 7-S Framework
  23. Scenario 7 – HR Management
  24. Quiz
  25. Summary
  26. Conclusion
  1. Objective
  2. Project Management Process Map Preview
  3. Communication
  4. Communication Methods
  5. Communication Technology
  6. Communication Channels Preview
  7. Basic Communication Model
  8. Project Communications Management
  9. Project Communications Management Processes
  10. Plan Communications Management Preview
  11. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  12. Manage Communications
  13. Control Communications
  14. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  15. Scenario 8 – Communications Management
  16. Quiz
  17. Summary
  18. Conclusion
  1. Objectives
  2. Project Management Process Map
  3. Risk
  4. Key Terms Preview
  5. Calculation of Risk Preview
  6. Calculation of Risk – Example
  7. Risk Categorization
  8. Decision Tree Preview
  9. Risk Reserve
  10. Project Risk Management
  11. Business Scenario – Problem Statement
  12. Project Risk Management Processes
  13. Plan Risk Management
  14. Definition of Impact Scale – Example
  15. Identify Risks
  16. Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  17. Probability and Impact Matrix – Example Preview
  18. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  19. Plan Risk Responses
  20. Control Risks Preview
  21. Scenario 9 – Risk Management
  22. Quiz
  23. Summary
  24. Conclusion
  1. Objectives
  2. Project Management Process Map
  3. Contract
  4. Characteristics of a Contract
  5. Centralized vs. Decentralized Contracting
  6. Types of Contract
  7. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  8. Types of Contract – Advantages and Disadvantages
  9. Key Terms
  10. Project Procurement Management
  11. Project Procurement Management Processes
  12. Plan Procurement Management
  13. Conduct Procurements Preview
  14. Control Procurements
  15. Close Procurements
  16. Scenario 10 – Procurement Management
  17. Quiz
  18. Summary
  19. Conclusion
  1. Objectives
  2. Project Management Process Map
  3. Stakeholders
  4. Stakeholders (contd.)
  5. Classification Models for Stakeholder Analysis Preview
  6. Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
  7. Stakeholder Management Skills Preview
  8. Project Stakeholder Management Processes
  9. Identify Stakeholders
  10. Plan Stakeholder Management
  11. Manage Stakeholder Engagement
  12. Control Stakeholder Engagement
  13. Scenario 11 – Stakeholder Management
  14. Quiz
  15. Summary
  16. Conclusion
  1. Ensuring Individual Integrity
  2. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  3. Contributing to the PM Knowledge Base
  4. Enhancing Professional Competence Preview
  5. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  6. Promoting Stakeholder Collaboration Preview
  7. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  8. Scenario 12 – Ethical Responsibility
  9. Quiz
  10. Summary

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FAQs

The PMP® is recognized the world over as the gold standard in project management.Getting PMP® certification is not a guarantee for a successful job search, but it will increase your odds for being shortlisted for interviews.In today’s competitive job market if you are looking for a Project Managers position, then getting PMP® certified can significantly increase your chances of getting a job. The certification will certainly help you do your job better.

Project Management Institute® (PMI® ) is the certification administering body and Project Management Professional® (PMP® ) is the name of certification that you earn.

Absolutely not!  The certification is internationally recognized and applicable for management professionals in multiple industries.

PMI® stipulates the following as the prerequisites for the exam Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent),7500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education OR Four-year degree,4500 hours leading and directing projects, 35 hours of project management education

Average time required to properly prepare for the exam is around 2 months spending around 3 hours per day. However there are fast learners who has cramped the preparation time to as low as two to three weeks also.

PMP® exams are conducted at Prometric® testing centers. They have a network of testing centers across the globe.

The following domains appear for the examination with the percentages given in brackets – a)Initiating ( 13%) b)Planning (24%) c)Executing (31%) d)Monitoring and Controlling (25%) and e)Closing (7%) You can get more details on PMI website at the following link http://www.pmi.org/-/media/pmi/documents/public/pdf/certifications/project-management-professional-exam-outline.pdf

The exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions and you have four hours to complete it. Twenty-five of the 200 questions on the exam are “sample” questions placed randomly to fine-tune the exam and not counted for certification. The test taker is only graded on their proficiency on 175 questions.

PMBOK® stands for Project Management Body of Knowledge® – a collection of processes, best practices, terminologies, and guidelines that are accepted as standards among the Project Management Community.

The certification is valid for 3 years beyond which it needs to be renewed.

If you want tovretain the certification, you are required to earn 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs)every three-year certification cycle. Ways to earn PDUs can be seen here http://www.pmi.org/certifications/maintain/earn-pdus

You can take the exam again up to 3 times within one year after your application is approved for the first time. You may schedule a date anytime within this period to retake the exam.

You can visit Project Management Institute’s (PMI® ) web site at the following link èhttp://www.pmi.org.in/Certification-FAQ.asp

Once you earn the PMP® credential, PMI® offers a robust certification path to advance your management career such as Program Management Professional® (PgMP®), Portfolio Management Professional® (PfMP®), PMI Professional in Business Analysis® (PMI-PBA®), PMI Agile Certified Practitioner® (PMI-ACP® ), PMI Risk Management Professional® (PMI-RMP®) etc.