PMP Exam- Online Preparation Course - PMBOK5 by EduVolks

Project Management Professional (PMP)®. PMP Training based on PMBOK® Fifth Edition.
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Published 2/2014 English

Course Description

Project management is critical to the success of every organization. Industry research indicates that 74% of all projects hit roadblocks, are over budget or are late. And 28% of these projects fail altogether.

Project Management training and certification can significantly reduce projects risks because certified professionals have the knowledge to overcome obstacles and complete projects on time and under budget.

Project Management Professional (PMP)® is one of the most demanded professional certification in project management. PMP certification is offered by the reputed PMI Institute to candidates who qualify in the rigorous PMP exam. Candidates need to fulfill PMI eligibility criteria of educational qualification and professional experience before attempting the PMP exam.

EduVolks project management training courses offer Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge-Fifth Edition (PMBOK® Guide) theory and best practices paired with best in class online learning.

Benefits of PMP Certification.

  1. Globally recognized professional certification
  2. Valid across industries
  3. Demonstrates PM skills to potential employers
  4. Better job opportunities
  5. Increase in salary

What are the requirements?

  • To apply for the PMP, you need to have either: • A four-year degree (bachelor’s or the global equivalent) and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education. OR • A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) with at least five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Differentiate between project management and project work.
  • Define the roles of the project manager, project sponsor, and other key individuals on a project.
  • Understand, learn and implement processes of project management.
  • Understand, learn and implement project phases, project life cycle and project stakeholders, key general project management skills and the socio-economical influences.
  • Create a project charter.
  • Build a project plan including schedules, resource allocations, and budgets.
  • Create activity networks (PERT, Gantt, and CPM) and other tools for communicating project scope and activities.
  • Create criteria for monitoring and reporting progress, including control point identification charts, project costing charts, and milestone charts.
  • Identify and manage project risks.
  • Determine and anticipate changes that occur during project execution.
  • Develop a detailed work plan to accurately determine the project completion date.
  • Accurately estimate project activities.
  • Manage external vendors more effectively.
  • Discover the power of the review process to improve future performance.
  • Understand, learn and implement Project Monitoring & Controlling key aspects.
  • Learn and get to know how to use PMBOK5th edition to prepare for the PMP examination.
  • By the end of the learning the goal is to pass you PMP certification exam at ease with flying colours.

What is the target audience?

  • project manager
  • project head
  • cto
  • CFO
  • CEO
  • Project Lead
  • PMO
  • Business analyst
  • IT analyst
  • Senior manager
  • Department head
  • Marketing manager
  • Sales manager
  • Business head
  • Project coordinator
  • Consultant
  • Vice President
  • IT Managers
  • General Managers
  • Program Manager
  • Senior Program Manager
  • Senior Project Manager

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to PMI® & PMP®
10:16

Get introduced to PMP and PMI terminologies and know about PMP exam details and eligibility criteria in this video. Also get to know why organizations need certified Project Manager's and check out why oppurtunities for PMP certified are unlimited.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What are PMI®and PMBOK®?
  2. Certification offered by PMI®
  3. PMP®certification and pre-requisites for the PMP®exam
  4. PMP®Exam Syllabus & Exam Structure
  5. Why do organization’s want certified Project Managers?
  6. What are your opportunities?
3 questions

Module quiz - INTRODUCTION TO PMI & PMP

Section 2: Introduction to Project Management & Framework
28:31

Get answers to questions like what is a Project, the smallest atom of this learing, what is Project Management, how is Project and Program related to each other more in this video.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What is a Project?
  2. What is a Project-Portfolio-Program management?
  3. Project Management Office (PMO)
  4. Relationships among Portfolio management, Program management, Project management, Organizational project management, Operations management, & Organizational strategy
  5. Advantages of using formal Project management
  6. Role, responsibilities, competencies & interpersonal skills of the project manager
  7. Project leadership and creating value
  8. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Introduction to Project Management & Framework

Section 3: Organizational Influences & Project Life Cycle
14:32

Projects and project management take place in an environment that is broader than that of project itself. Understanding this broader context helps to ensure that work is carried out in alignment with the organization's goals and managed in accordnace with organizations's establised best practices. This video describes how organizational influences affect the methods used for staffing, managaing and executing the project.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. Organizational structures
  2. Organizational Process assets
  3. Enterprise Environmental factors
  4. Project stakeholder & Governance
  5. Project life cycle
  6. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module Quiz - Organizational influences and project life cycle

Section 4: Project Management Process Groups
09:39

This video let us identify and describe the five processes groups of project management, namely, Initiating, Planning, Controlling and Monitoring, Executing and Closing for any project. These five process groups have clear dependencies and are typically performed in each project and highly interact with one another.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. Overview of PMBOK 5- 47 Processes of Project Management
  2. Brief about Initiating Process group
  3. Brief about Planning Process group
  4. Brief about Executing Process group
  5. Brief about Monitoring & Controlling Process group
  6. Brief about Closing Process group
  7. Role of Knowledge areas
  8. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Project Management Process Groups

Section 5: Project Integration Management - Knowledge Area 1
27:37

Get introduced to Project Integration Management, one of the ten knowledge areas of project management as per PMBOK Guide Fifth Edition in this video.

Project integration management includes the processes and activities to identify, define, combine, unify, and coordinate the various processes and project management activities within the project management process groups.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What’s project integration management?
  2. Role of a project team
  3. Role of project sponsor
  4. Develop project charter
  5. Develop Project Management plan
  6. Direct and manage project work
  7. Monitor and control project work
  8. Perform integrated change control
  9. Close project or phase
  10. Inputs
  11. Tools and techniques
  12. Outputs
  13. Project selection methods
  14. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module Quiz - Project Integration Management

Section 6: Project Scope Management- Knowledge Area 2
23:38

In this video get introduced to Project Integration Management, one of the ten knowledge areas of project management as mentioned in the PMBOK5 which includes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required, and only the work required, to complete the project successfully. Managing the project scope is primarily concerned with defining and controlling what is and is not included in the project.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What’s project scope management?
  2. Product scope Vs Project Scope
  3. Plan scope management
  4. Collect requirements
  5. Define scope
  6. Create WBS
  7. Example of Work breakdown structure
  8. Validate scope
  9. Control scope
  10. Inputs
  11. Tools and techniques
  12. Outputs
  13. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Project Scope Management

Section 7: Project Time Management- Knowledge Area 3
01:04:43

In this video get introduced to Project Time Management, one of the important knowledge area. Learn the key terminologies of project time management including network diagram, activity time, resource estimation and more, along with the processes required to manage the timley completion of project.

  1. Agenda of the module is to learn:
  2. What’s project time management?
  3. What is a project schedule?
  4. Plan schedule management
  5. Define activities
  6. Sequence activities (Precedence network diagram, Float, Leads & Lags)
  7. Estimate activity resources
  8. Estimate activity durations
  9. Develop schedule
  10. Control schedule
  11. Inputs
  12. Tools and techniques
  13. Outputs
  14. Gantt Charts
  15. Network Diagram
  16. Schedule network analysis techniques
  17. PERT, PERT analysis, Critical Path Method and Schedule compression
  18. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Project Time Management

Section 8: Project Cost Management- Knowledge Area 4
35:56

In this video get introduced to Project Cost Management and the processes involved in planning, estimating, budgeting, financing, funding, managing, and controlling costs so that the project can be completed within the approved budget.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What’s project cost management?
  2. Plan cost management
  3. Estimate costs
  4. Determine budget
  5. Control cost
  6. Inputs
  7. Tools and techniques
  8. Outputs
  9. Earned Value Management
  10. Earned value management illustration
  11. Forecasting
  12. Q and A, check your learning
7 questions

Module quiz - Project Cost Management

Section 9: Project Quality Management- Knowledge Area 5
22:15

In this video learn about Project Quality Management and the processes and activities of the performing organization that determine quality policies, objectives, and responsibilities so that project will satisfy the needs for which it was undertaken.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What’s quality and project quality management?
  2. Cost of quality
  3. Plan quality management
  4. Perform quality assurance
  5. Control quality
  6. Inputs
  7. Tools and techniques
  8. Outputs
  9. Seven basic tools of quality
  10. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Project Quality Management

Section 10: Project Human Resource Management- Knowledge Area 6
39:36

Understand about Project Human Resource Management in this video. Also take a look at the difference between Functional Manager and Project Manager Role.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What’s project human resource management?
  2. Functional manager Vs Project manager
  3. Plan human resource management
  4. Acquire project team
  5. Manage project team
  6. Inputs
  7. Tools and techniques
  8. Outputs
  9. Conflict management
  10. Motivational theories
  11. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Project Human Resource Management.

Section 11: Project Communication Management- Knowledge Area 7
15:55

Understand communication from the perspective of project management. Also identify the different types of technology used to deliver communication.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What is communication?
  2. Communications methods, technology and channels
  3. Basic communication model
  4. Plan communication management
  5. Manage communications
  6. Control communications
  7. Inputs
  8. Tools and techniques
  9. Outputs
  10. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Project Communication Management

Section 12: Project Risk Management- Knowledge Area 8
20:58

Learn Project risk management which includes the processes of conducting risk management planning, identification, analysis, response planning and controlling risk on a project. This video helps you understand what Risk is, how risk is calculated and the different ways in which risk can be categorized.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What is project management risk’s?
  2. Risk classification
  3. How is risk and EMV calculated?
  4. Plan Risk Management
  5. Identify Risk
  6. Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  7. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  8. Plan Risk Responses
  9. Control Risk’s
  10. Inputs
  11. Tools and techniques
  12. Outputs
  13. Decision Tree analysis
  14. Risk and Contingency reserve
  15. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Project Risk Management

Section 13: Project Procurement Management- Knowledge Area 9
19:51

Procurement means procuring or buying. Learn about Project Procurement Management and its key terminologies related to Procurement management.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What’s project procurement management?
  2. What is contract?
  3. Plan procurement management
  4. Conduct procurements
  5. Control procurements
  6. Close procurements
  7. Inputs
  8. Tools and techniques
  9. Outputs
  10. Different types of contract
  11. Advantages and disadvantages of types of contracts
  12. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Project Procurement Management

Section 14: Project Stakeholder Management - Knowledge Area 10
13:30

Learn about Project Stakeholder Management, new knowledge area in PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition. Project stakeholder management includes the processes required to identify the people, groups, or organizations that could impact or be impacted by the project, to analyze stakeholder expectations and their impact on the project.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. What’s project stakeholder management?
  2. What is a stakeholder register?
  3. Identify stakeholders
  4. Plan stakeholder management
  5. Manage stakeholder engagement
  6. Control stakeholder engagement
  7. Inputs
  8. Tools and techniques
  9. Outputs
  10. Various Analytical Techniques for Stakeholder Analysis
  11. Q and A, check your learning
6 questions

Module quiz - Project Stakeholder Management

Section 15: PMI Code of Ethics & Professinal Conduct
09:13

Learn about the classifications of Professional and Social Responsibility, namely, ensuring individual integrity, contributing to project management knowledge base, enhancing self-professional competence and promoting stakeholder collaboration.

Agenda of the module is to learn:

  1. Vision and Applicability
  2. Responsibility
  3. Respect
  4. Fairness & Honesty
  5. Code of Ethics
  6. Balance stakeholder’s interest
  7. Mapping The Code of ethics to the PMBOK Knowledge Areas
6 questions

Module quiz - PMI Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct

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