PMP EXAM PREP-Project Management Professional FULL TRAINING

PMP Certification (Project Management Professional) - Complete PMP Exam Prep - Based on PMBOK 5th edition
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Published 11/2015 English

Course Description

This is The MOST EFFECTIVE PMP TRAINING COURSE for Passing the PMP (Project Management Professional) Certification Exam.

I'd like to welcome you to my PMP prep course which will help you pass the PMP Exam on your first try.

I will make you a promise right here , right now , I guarantee 100 % that my course will help you pass the PMP® Exam. And remember , if you change your mind , you have a 30 day money back guarantee , so you have absolutely nothing to lose ! :)

My course will equip you with exactly what you need to know by helping you focus on and absorb the most important and relevant concepts for passing the exam.

This is a Complete PMP Prep Course so we will cover everything you need to know to pass the exam. My course outline is very detailed so please feel free to go over the Curriculum to see how i've covered each topic in it's own video along with it's related concepts.

The PMP certification by the PMI is a Gold Standard for Project Managers across the world. However , Preparing for the PMP® Exam can be a difficult and time consuming task. Most PMP Aspirants struggle to balance their personal/professional life with their preparation for the exam.

This course aims to overcome the challenge by preparing you with all the necessary concepts in a precise and focused manner to get you ready for the PMP Exam as early as possible.


Prepare Yourself For The PMP Certification Quickly In This Focused And Comprehensive Course

  • This is a Complete Course developed with a focused goal on passing the exam You will get to learn all processes and knowledge areas as required by the Exam. Don't worry , You will not have to waste any time exploring irrelevant information.
  • My Lectures are delivered in a friendly , simple and easy to understand manner : You will have fun learning the concepts because i have kept the lectures to be as light , easy and painless to understand. We will aim to enjoy ourselves while preparing and keep boredom far away.
  • You will Learn individual concepts with dedicated videos : All Important concepts have been covered through individual videos so you can simply jump to the topic that you want to learn.
  • You will get to view Sample Question Videos that explain mathematical concepts : You will get to Learn all mathematical concepts through separate videos with sample questions that explain the concepts in detail from the exam perspective.

Course Overview :

The course is covered in video lectures that explain the concepts from an exam perspective as well as how the concepts tie into each other across the whole of project management.

This will help you understand project management both from a micro and macro perspective so that you may tie the concepts together and pass the exam easily.

The course covers the 5 Project Management Process Groups :

  • Initiating
  • Planning
  • Executing
  • Monitoring and Controlling
  • Closing

All these process groups will be covered as we discuss the knowledge areas one by one.

Knowledge areas

  • Integration Management
  • Scope Management
  • Time Management
  • Cost Management
  • Quality Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Communication Management
  • Risk Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Stakeholder Management

Earned Value (EVM) , Cost Variance (CV) ,Schedule Variance( SV) , Cost Performance Index (CPI) , Schedule Performance Index ( SPI ) have been covered through separate videos with sample questions that explain the concepts in detail from the exam perspective.

Furthermore , Concepts like Critical Path , Float ,Forward Pass, Backward Pass and Schedule Network Diagram have been explained in detail in an easy to understand manner.

Special tips and learning techniques to pass the exam have also been shared over the course.

It's time to get you ready for the exam , click on " Take this Course" to your top right and let's get you Fully Prepared to pass the PMP exam on your first try !!


Disclaimer: PMI, PMBOK, and PMP are registered trademarks of Project Management Institute.

What are the requirements?

  • Your dedication and passion for passing the PMP exam

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Pass the PMP Exam ( Project Management Professional Exam ) Easily on your first try
  • Over 250 high quality and focused lectures that explain every topic required for passing the PMP Exam.
  • Over 13 Hours of engaging content that is relevant. There is absolutely no fluff or irrelevant material so you will save a lot of time in your preparation.
  • Strengthen all of the concepts , processes and tools which are tested on the PMP Exam
  • Easily learn difficult concepts and formulas of Cost Management ( e.g EVM ) and Time Management ( Critical Path , Forward Pass , Backward Pass , Float ) through detailed videos that explain everything step by step

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone who want's to prepare for and pass the PMP exam.
  • Project Management Professionals
  • Project Manager's
  • For people who would like to learn about Project Management Concepts quickly and effectively

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
04:49
  • Explains how you will learn all the concepts and topics required to pass the pmp exam.
Section 2: Intro to Project Management,Org Influence,and Project Life Cycle Management
01:50
  • What is a project and what does it create
  • Examples of Projects
02:52
  • What is a deliverable and how are they important for projects.
  • Example of Deliverable
01:12
  • Explains Why are projects started
  • Explains What is a business case
01:26
  • Explains What is operational work
  • How is operational work different from a project
02:11
  • Overview of Project , Program and Portfolio Management
  • The differences between Project Management + Program Management + Portfolio Management
01:40
  • Explains What is project management and what is it's significance with reference to projects.
  • Introduction to Project Management Processes
02:27

Detailed Overview of :

  • Initiating
  • Planning
  • Executing
  • Monitoring and Controlling
  • Closing
05:00

Overview of all knowledge areas of Project Management

  • Integration Management
  • Scope Management
  • Time Management
  • Cost Management
  • Quality Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Communications Management
  • Risk Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Stakeholder Management
02:29
Explains Program and Portfolio Management and their features/benefits.
01:02
Explains Organizational Project Management and Project Governance, and how they relate to projects.
02:35
  • Explains Project Management Office and it's relation to projects.
  • Explains Types of PMO's :
  • Supporting
  • Controlling
  • Directive
03:17
  • Explains the concept of constraints and how they can influence projects
  • Analyzing the impact of constraints
  • Impact of changes on Constraints
02:01
  • Explains the project's manager's role in a project

Explains the competencies project managers need to have which include :

  • Knowledge
  • Performance
  • Personal
02:48
  • Explains who are stakeholders and what is their significance on a project
  • Examples of different types of stakeholders including internal and external stakeholders.
03:23

Explanation and details of the different types of internal and external stakeholders on a project

03:36
  • Explains organization culture and it's significance in terms of projects
02:45

Explains the types of Matrix organization structure including :

  • Strong Matrix
  • Weak Matrix
  • Balanced Matrix

Explains the project manager's role in a weak matrix as a :

  • Project Coordinator
  • Project Expediter
02:17
  • Explains the importance of enterprise environmental factors in projects
  • Examples of Enterprise environmental factors
  • Explains organization culture and it's significance in terms of projects
03:01
  • Explains what organization process assets include
  • Explains the processes, policies and procedures in Project Management
  • Examples of Processes , policies and procedures
04:10
  • Explains what is historical information and how it is useful planning for new projects
  • What are lessons learned and how are they collected
  • How are historical information and lessons learned different
03:21
  • What is work performance data
  • Examples of Work performance data
  • What is work performance information
  • Examples of work performance information
  • Work performance reports
04:20
  • What is a project life cycle
  • What are the stages of a project life cycle
  • Characteristics of Project life cycle
  • Significance of Costs , Risks , Uncertainty and ability to make changes in a Project's life cycle
02:18
  • What is a project phase and what is its importance in project management
00:53
  • Definition of phase gate and it's synonymous terms
01:41
  • How project's can be conducted in different types of phase relationships
  • How Projects are conducted in sequential relationships
  • How projects are conducted in overlapping relationships
02:36
  • What are predictive life cycles and when should they be used
  • What are iterative / incremental life cycles and when should they be used
  • What are adaptive life cycles and when should they be used
Section 3: Integration Management
03:06
  • What is Integration Management
  • Integration Management Processes
05:58
  • What is the Project Charter
  • How is a Project Charter developed
  • What are the contents of the Project Charter
03:19

How are Projects Selected ?

Methods for Project Selection have been discussed as follows :

  • Benefit Measurement Methods
  • Constrained Optimization Methods
  • How to differentiate between Benefit Measurement and Constrained Optimization Methods
08:54
  • What is Present Value
  • Example Question of Present Value
  • What is NPV
  • Example Question of NPV
  • What is IRR ( Internal Rate of Return )
  • Example Question of IRR
  • What is Payback Period
  • Example Question of Payback Period
  • What is Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Example Question of Cost Benefit Analysis
03:06
  • What is Opportunity Cost
  • What are sunk costs
  • What is Economic Value Added
  • What is the Law of Diminishing Returns
02:01
  • What is Depreciation
  • What is Straight Line Depreciation
  • What is Accelerated Depreciation
  • What is Working Capital
01:51
  • What is a Project Management Plan
  • What are the contents of a Project Management Plan
02:57
  • An overview of the management plans for all the knowledge areas
  • Explanation of Planning , Executing , Controlling Sections of Management Plans
03:49
  • What are Baselines
  • What are the different types of Baselines in Project Management
  • Scope Baseline Explanation
  • Schedule Baseline Explanation
  • Cost Baseline Explanation
01:03
  • What is the Requirements Management Plan
  • What is the Process Improvement Plan
01:14
  • What is the Change Management Plan
  • What is the Change Control System
03:32
  • What is the Configuration Management Plan
  • Configuration Management Activities :Configuration Identification + Configuration Status Accounting + Configuration Verification/Audit
  • What is the Configuration Management System
  • Difference between Configuration Management and Change Management
01:03
  • Importance of Project Management Plan Approval
  • Importance of Kickoff Meeting in Project Management
01:04
  • What is the Direct and Manage Project Work Process in Project Management
  • What tasks are involved in Direct and Manage Project Work Process
04:12
  • What is the Monitor and Control Project Work Process in Project Management
  • What tasks are involved in the Monitor and Control Project Work process
01:38
  • What is the Work Authorization System
  • What is the Responsibility Assignment Matrix
04:53
  • What are Change Requests I Types of Change Requests
  • Corrective Actions
  • Preventive Actions
  • Defect Repair
02:20
  • Explains What is the Perform Integrated Change Control Process
  • Discussion about what types of changes can occur on a Project
02:14
  • Explanation of changes that affect project baselines
01:49
  • What is the Change Control Board
  • Does the Project Manager Make decisions regarding changes on the project
06:16
  • Explanation of the steps of how a project manager implements changes on a project
02:16
  • Explains how a project manager handles a change request
01:21
  • Explains What is the Close Project Process
  • Explains how a project / phase is closed
00:46
  • Explains what are Project Documents
Section 4: Scope Management
04:04
  • What is Scope Management
  • What is Scope and it's importance in Project Management
  • Scope Management Processes
01:43
  • What is Project Scope
  • What is Product Scope
01:40
  • What is the importance of the project Charter on the project and how does it relate to scope
  • Exam Tip
02:38
  • What is the Plan Scope Management Process
  • What is the Scope Management Plan
  • What is the Requirements Management Plan
  • What are Requirements and when are they developed ?
02:12
  • What is the Collect Requirements Process
  • Explanation of how the project manager collects requirements for the project
02:53
  • Explains how competing requirements are resolved on the project
03:10
  • Interviews /Expert Interviews
  • Focus Groups
  • Historical Records
  • Facilitated Workshops
  • Difference between Focus groups and Facilitated Workshops
05:36
  • User Stories
  • Brainstorming
  • Nominal Group Technique
  • Multi Criteria Decision Analysis
  • Mind Maps
  • Questionnaires / Surveys
  • Observation
  • Prototypes
  • Benchmarking
  • Context Diagram
  • Affinity Diagrams
03:27

Group Decision Making Techniques have been discussed which include :

  • Unanimity
  • Majority
  • Plurality
  • Consensus
  • Delphi Technique
02:41
  • What is Requirements Documentation
  • What is the Requirements Traceability Matrix
03:59
  • What is the Define Scope Process
  • Detailed Explanation of How Scope is Defined on the Project
  • What is Product Analysis
02:23
  • What is the Project Scope Statement
  • What are the Contents of the Project Scope Statement
04:42
  • What is the Create Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Process
  • Detailed Explanation of What is WBS (Work Breakdown Structure)
02:07
  • What is Decomposition
  • What are Work Packages
  • What are Control Accounts
00:56
  • What is the WBS Dictionary
  • What are the Contents of the WBS Dictionary
01:21
  • What is the Scope Baseline
  • What are the contents of the Scope Baseline
  • What is Scope Creep
02:47
  • What is the Validate Scope Process
  • Inputs of Validate Scope Process
  • Outputs of Validate Scope Process
03:02
  • Explains what is the difference between Control Quality Process and Validate Scope Process
02:39
  • What is the Control Scope Process
  • Measure and Analyze work performance
  • Manage Scope Changes
Section 5: Time Management
01:14
  • What is Time Management
  • What are the time management processes
02:09
  • What is the Plan Schedule Management Process
  • What is the Schedule Management Plan and what are it's contents
06:07
  • What is the Define Activities Process
  • Activities have been explained in detail
  • Define Activities Outputs
  • Rolling Wave Planning
05:21
  • What is the Sequence Activities Process
  • What is a Network Diagram
  • What is the Project Schedule Network Diagram
  • Outputs of Sequence Activities
  • Project Manager role in creating a Realistic Budget and Schedule
03:04

Types of Network Diagram methods have been explained

  • PDM(precedence diagramming method)
    • Finish-to-Start (FS)
    • Start-to-Start (SS)
    • Finish-to-Finish (FF)
    • Start-to-Finish (SF)
  • GERT (Graphic Evaluation and Review Technique )
02:28

The different types of dependencies between activities have been explained

  • Mandatory Dependency (also known Hard Logic)
  • Discretionary Dependency (also known as Preferred , Preferential, or Soft Logic)
  • External Dependency
  • Internal Dependency
08:19

Explains What are Leads on a project

Explains What are Lag's on a project

02:08
  • Important Tips and information regarding Estimating Costs and Time on a Project has been shared to prepare you for questions on the PMP exam
05:31
  • What is the Estimate Activity Resources Process
  • Outputs of Estimate Activity Resources Process
  • What is the Estimate Activity Durations Process
  • Output of Estimate Activity Durations Process
06:15
  • Overview of Estimation Techniques( Group Decision making techniques have already been discussed in the Scope Management Section)
  • What is Analogous estimating
  • What is Parametric Estimating
  • What is Regression Analysis
  • What are Heuristics
01:32
  • Explains How Estimation helps in Managing Risk on the Project
08:07
  • What is Reserve Analysis
  • What are Reserves and how are they important for projects
  • Contingency Reserves
  • Management Reserves
  • Padding versus Reserves
03:02
  • What is the Develop Schedule Process
02:30
  • The inputs required for developing the project schedule have been explained
05:30
  • What is the Schedule Network Analysis
  • What are the different techniques of Schedule Network Analysis Process
05:09
  • What is the Critical Path
  • What is the Critical Path Method
  • What is the Near Critical Path
05:13
  • What is Float
  • Float Formulas
  • Positive Float
  • Negative Float
  • Total Float
  • Free Float
  • Project Float
02:07
  • What is Schedule Compression
  • What is Fast Tracking
  • What is Crashing
02:46
  • Explains how to shorten the schedule of the project and still get the work done on time.
02:20
  • Explains what is the Monte Carlo analysis and how it takes into account
02:28
  • What is Resource Optimization
  • What is Resource Leveling
  • What is Resource Smoothing
03:01

Explains the Critical Chain Method

Explains the Types of Buffers :

  • Feeding buffers
  • Project buffers
  • Duration buffer
04:03
  • How is the Project Schedule Represented
  • What is the Schedule Baseline
  • Network Diagram
  • Milestone Chart
  • Bar Chart / Gantt Charts
01:08
  • What is the Control Schedule Process
06:40

Explains the Project Schedule Diagram and it's various components

  • Nodes
  • Activities
  • Dependancies
  • Float
  • ES = Early Start
  • EF = Early Finish
  • LS = Late Start
  • LF = Late Finish

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Instructor Biography

Umer Waqar, PMP-Project Management Professional

Umer Waqar is a Branding ,Digital Marketing and Project Management Professional .

His experience and understanding of Technology and Branding has led him to manage projects across commercial and technical teams in high capital and large scale projects.

Some of his projects include launching the Iphone with Apple on digital platforms for China Mobile and Digital Marketing project's with Google.

Umer has helped client's in the following industries in uplifting their Brand Imagery and Businesses Models.

  • Telecommunications
  • Smartphones
  • Real Estate
  • Fashion
  • FMCG
  • Luxury and Lifestyle
  • Household Appliances
  • NGO's and Humanitarian organizations
  • Restaurant's
  • Insurance Companies
  • Luxury leather goods
  • Furniture
  • Packaging
  • Marketing Research

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