PMP Certification Training


Project Management Professional (PMP®) is the most valued and respected credential in Project Management certification and one of the internationally standard professional designations offered by Project Management Institute (PMI). Professional certifications will help you to showcase your proficiency and expertise in the particular domain. This training helps to gather information, create a plan, assessing project risk, manage multiple projects, and manage enterprise-wide initiatives, controlling and managing contracts and implementing project management offices for recurring success of the organization.


About the course:


PMP® is an industry recognised credential for project managers based on PMBOK® Guide offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) which adds value and credibility to the expertise of project management professionals. This equips trainees with essential project management skills through real-time project implementation based Case studies. PMP® serves as an objective endorsement of core project management knowledge and experience at global level which benefits in increased credibility, high market value and higher pay. This helps in understanding the global language of project management connects trainees to a community of professionals, organizations and experts worldwide.

Did you know?

  1. According to the PMI biennial salary survey, the number of years of project management experience continues to have an impressive impact. In other words, 27% percent of participants had reported salary increases of at least five percent in the year before they completed the survey.
    2. Project Management profession is rapidly expanding beyond the borders of the United States and Europe and growing at breakneck pace in countries like India and China, In conclusion, project management becomes the target of cost rationalization and cost reduction.
    3. It is observed that 80% of high-performing projects are led by a certified project manager  above all, 59% say either most departments or their entire organization uses standard project management practices.
    4. In other words,  from 2010 and 2020, 15.7 million new project management roles will be created globally, and the project management industry is slated to grow by $6.61 trillion.


Why learn and get Certified in PMP®?

  1. A professional with PMP® certification will earn 20 percent more than the other Project Managers and can work virtually any industry, with any methodology and in any location.
    2. As revealed by PMI, world would need to generate 400,000 project management professionals (PMPs) every year in order to handle ongoing and future projects, especially in infrastructure and power by 2020.
    3. According to PWC survey, 80% of high-performing projects use PMP® certified project managers and the 2010 PMI Pulse of the Profession study found that organizations with more than 35% PMP® certified project managers had better project performance. Thus, a PMP® Certification provides a greater job opportunities in the global project management scenario.
    4. Project management is not limited to any one industry but the demand for project management professionals is increasing in all industry sectors such as Engineering, Construction, Healthcare, Government, Energy and Transportation.


  1. A four year degree
    2. 4500 hours of project management experience in leading and directing projects
    3. 35 hours of project management education from a Registered Education Provider (REP)
    1. A secondary degree (High school diploma, associate’s degree or global equivalent)
    2. 7500 hours of project management experience in leading and directing projects
    3. 35 hours of project management education from a Registered Education Provider (REP)

Who should attend this Training?

This is one of the most valued and respected professional requirement for senior project management roles across all industries. This professional certification course is suited for:
1. Associate/Assistant Project Managers
2. Project Managers
3. Team Leaders/Team Managers
4. Project Engineers/Project Executives
5. Software Developers
6. Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager

Drawing on our 25 years of experience, our instructors teach you how to break down your questions quickly and answer them the right way. Based on the PMBOK® Guide, here is what you will learn:

  • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, Outputs (ITTO)
  • Initiating, Planning, Executing, Control, Closing
  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Time Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Human Resource Management
  • Project Communications Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Procurement Management
  • Project Stakeholder Management
  • Professional Responsibility
  • Mock Exam and Test Simulation

Learning Pathway with I Smart Learning (Course Curriculum) 

PMP Course Agenda

  • Welcome to the class. Instructor and PMP candidate introductions
    • 25 test taking strategies to know and memorize
    • Complete PMP Examination Overview – Chapter 1
    • What types of questions to expect on the test
    • What is the Project Life Cycle and Project Organization – Chapter 2
    • Review the five Project Management Process Groups
    • Differences between Projects, Programs and Portfolios
    • Complete workbook memory checks for Chapter 2
    • Explaining the Project Management Knowledge Areas – Chapter 3
    • What you need to know about Inputs, Tools, Techniques and Outputs
    • Mapping the 47 major processes by knowledge area
    • Organizing Integration Management processes into the PM process – Chapter 4
    • Listing the components of a good project management plan
    • Complete workbook memory checks for Chapters 3 & 4
    • Assigning Scope Management processes into the PM process – Chapter 5
    • Understanding the key ITTO of the Scope Management knowledge area
    • Review practice test answers – Chapter 5
    • Wrap Up/Review

Topics   Day 2

  • Complete the Project Time Management Overview – Chapter 6
    • Put the project time management processes into PM process groups
    • Defining network diagrams, critical path and possible test topics
    • Take Chapter 6 Practice Test
    • Grade and Review Practice Test Answers
    • Review Chapter 7 – Project Cost Management
    • Place cost management processes into PM process groups
    • Define and compute earned value for exam mastery
    • Apply all earned value formulas needed for the exam
    • Complete Workbook Memory Check for Chapter 7
    • Begin the Project Quality Management Overview – Chapter 8
    • Place the quality management processes into the PM process groups
    • Understanding the key ITTO of the Quality Management knowledge area
    • Implement techniques used in cost-benefit analysis
    • Take Chapter 8 Practice Test
    • Grade and Review Practice Test Answers
    • Wrap Up/Review

Topics   Day 3

  • Review Chapter 9 – Project Human Resources Management
    • Describing how to create staffing and human resource plans
    • Listing the stages of team development and team theory
    • Testing for understanding – Chapter 9
    • Complete Memory Check – Chapter 9
    • Explaining the importance of Project Communications – Chapter 10
    • Assigning Project Management Communications into the PM process
    • Listing the components of a communications management plan
    • Describing stakeholders and perform stakeholder analysis
    • Grade and Review Practice Test Chapter 10 Answers
    • Complete the Project Risk Management Overview – Chapter 11
    • Understanding the various categories of risk and how tested on the exam
    • Describing risk planing and response strategies
    • Take Chapter 11 Practice Test
    • Grade and Review Practice Test

Topics   Day 4

  • Review Chapter 12 – Project Procurement Management
    • Align Project Procurement Management with the PM process
    • Detail the key inputs, tools, techniques and outputs of procurement
    • Define various contract types and legal terms needed for the exam
    • Complete Workbook Memory Check for Chapter 12
    • Understanding Project Stakeholder Management – Chapter 13
    • Create a stakeholder register and engagement matrix
    • Plan and control stakeholder engagement
    • Complete Workbook Memory Check for Chapter 13
    • Take Chapter 13 Practice Test
    • Discussing Chapter 14- Professional Responsibility
    • Understanding how ethics might be tested on the exam
    • Grasping the meaning of Professional and Social Responsibility
    • Complete Workbook Memory Check for Chapter 14
    • Ethics Discussion and Review
    • Take Final Exam – 175 Questions
    • Wrap Up/Review

Taking the Exam Day 5 (optional)

Every participant receives a 1500-question Practice Test Simulator that allows you to practice the exam hundreds of times. Your PMP®-certified Academic Adviser is available to help with any final test preparation details.

Prometric Testing Centers administers the real PMP exam and offers the exam every day of the week except Sunday. Be sure to work with your adviser to determine the best day to take the actual PMP exam. Ideally, your exam date should be a day with minimal work/family distraction. You can take the exam at any time post-class.

It is advised to take the exam within four weeks of class completion.

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Our Trainers:

Michael Crawley with PMI ID: 1318946




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  1. Mentor was good knowledgeable with PMBOK 6 and Agile methodologies


    Mentor was good knowledgeable with PMBOK 6 and Agile methodologies


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