Why Project Management?
Project Management was and still one of the fastest growing management disciplines over the past decades; there is no better proof than the increase in the number of people who obtained and trying to obtain Professional Project Management accreditation over that period.
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.
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.
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 lead and direct projects.
Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential held by more than 370,000 practitioners worldwide.
If you’re an experienced project manager looking to solidify your skills, stand out to employers and maximize your earning potential, the PMP credential is the right choice for you.
This course is aimed to give the full track of project management skills needed to manage projects successfully, and will introduce a detailed outline to managing projects, which is not based on the PMBOK and other PMI standards only, but also on a practical approach and proven experience.
It will equip the participants to prepare for the PMP® exam, and will provide tips and assistance to help them pass it.
The training is held by a PMP® certified trainer and is aligned with PMI®’s Project Management Standards.
By the end of the course participant will be able to:
1- Develop an effective project plan
2- Identify potential areas of problems on the project and how to deal with them proactively
3- Manage stakeholders expectations and help everyone focus on achieving project success
4- Identify project scope properly and get mutual understanding and agreement on it from stakeholders
5- Understanding the importance of developing the project charter properly
6- Planning right in order to tremendously improve chances of project success
7- The right way to controlling the project
8- Properly close a project to highlight project success and document project lessons learned for the future
9- Resolve conflicts among stakeholders in the best interest of the project
10- Promote a win-win strategy for problem solving on project and among stakeholders
11- Prepare correctly and effectively for the PMP exam, with tips on how to pass on the first time
Who should attend?
The target audience for Project Management Professional (PMP) Training & Certification Course includes but is not limited to:
§ Project & Program Managers
§ Delivery Managers
§ Project / Team Leaders
§ Senior Executives
§ IT Managers
§ Project Team Members
§ PMO staff
§ Senior Managers overseeing project teams
What is included in the package?
§ PMP training material based on PMBOK- 5th edition Issued by PMI.
§ PMBOK – 5th edition
§ English language delivery
§ A certificate of completion of 40 hours will be issued.
§ Lunch & refreshments
§ Examining the Professional Project Management
§ Initiating a Project
§ Planning Project Work
§ Developing Project Schedules
§ Developing Cost Estimates and Budgets
§ Planning Project Quality, Staffing, and Communications
§ Analyzing Risks and Planning Risk Responses
§ Planning Project Procurements
§ Executing Project Work
§ Managing Project Procurement
§ Monitoring and Controlling Project Work
§ Monitoring and Controlling Project Schedule and Costs using EVM
§ Monitoring and Controlling Project Performance and Quality
§ Monitoring and Controlling Project Risks and Procurements
§ Closing the Project