Project Management is a combination of science and art. The Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge, widely known as the PMBOK and which is developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI) became the ultimate standard for Project Management. It provides a number of best practices in project management that can be used by most projects, most of the times. And which proved over the years that when combined with the right personal skills, it enhances the chances of projects success tremendously.
Considered an essential step for project team members, the CAPM credential can benefit a wide range of individuals who want to demonstrate a comprehensive and consistent understanding of the application of their work. By gaining knowledge of project management processes and terminology, project team members can enhance their contributions to the team’s success.
What Is PMI?
Project Management Institute (PMI) is the world’s leading not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession, with more than 600,000 members and credential holders in more than 185 countries.
PMI advances the project management profession through globally recognized standards and certifications, collaborative communities, an extensive research program, and professional development opportunities.
PMI’s worldwide advocacy makes it the global thought leader in this strategic organizational competency.
The CAPM demonstrates a fundamental understanding of PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), a global standard in project management principles recognized by many industries. The certification allows less experienced IT professionals to gain the recognition needed to earn progressive responsibility without having to wait years to qualify for the more advanced PMI certifications.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
This course is targeting the following audience:
Qualifying to take the exam
Compared to the more advanced PMI certifications, an applicant can qualify to take this exam with far less experience. PMI requires applicants have a high school diploma and either 1,500 hours of project management experience or 23 hours of project management education. Once applicants meet these requirements, they can submit an online application and credential fees on the PMI website
Exploring the PMBOK® Guide
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
Defining the knowledge areas and process groups
Investigating Project Integration and Scope
Integrating the PMBOK® processes
Defining and managing project scope
Managing Schedule and Budget
Completing the project on time
Planning and managing the project cost
Addressing Project Quality
Quality assurance and control
Human Resource, Communication and Procurement Processes
Identifying roles, responsibilities and skills
Ensuring timely project communication
Risk and Stakeholder Management
Planning for risk
Monitoring and controlling risks
Preparing for the Exam
Planning for test day
Assessing your exam preparedness
How much time is spent on each topic?
This course has extended hours, with some days running from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
|Exploring the PMBOK® Guide||2.0|
|Investigating integration and scope||3.0|
|Managing schedule and budget||2.5|
|Addressing the project quality approach||2.0|
|Human resource, communication and procurement processes||3.5|
|Preparing for the exam||1.5|
|Professional responsibility and ethics||1.5|
|Practice exams/situational analysis and CAPM-style questions||6.0|
The training is instructor-led training. Instructor will be presenting PMI accredited material using a projector.
Instructor will use English as delivery language.