STAR PMP® Boot Camp - Pass It or Your Money Back*!

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    STAR PMP® Boot Camp - Pass It or Your Money Back*!

  • Location:

    Eastin Hotel, Penang

  • Date:

    17 - 20 June 2019

  • Time:

    8.30 am – 6.30 pm

  • Contact

    Nuralina
    604-643 7909 ext 514
    nuralina@psdc.org.my

Introduction

Beyond your academic credentials and working experience, attaining the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Credential, by the Project Management Institute (PMI®), indicates that you have mastered the essential project management processes, skills, and knowledge. Today, the PMP® credential is the most important industry-recognised certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP® Credential demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to successfully lead and direct projects!

This boot camp is based on the latest PMI® "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, 6th Edition (PMBOK® Guide) standard that covers the 5 project management process groups and 10 knowledge areas. The boot camp will provide you with comprehensive Project Management knowledge and prepare you to pass the PMP® examination! The training includes detailed study of the Project Management processes, tools and techniques, case studies, experience sharing, and exam practice. It is led by qualified PMP® certified instructors with vast industry experience.

Benefits

  • PMP® Credential is the most respected and internationally-recognised credential for certified professional project managers
  • Use PMP® credential after your name after you passed the exam; demonstrate solid foundation on project management knowledge and experience
  • Provide competitive edge in enhancing your career and promotion prospects

Training Outline

  • 1. Introduction
    • PMI® and PMP® examination
    • Examination format
    • Techniques on answering examination questions
    • Training methodology
    • Learning processes
  • 2. The Environment in Which Projects Operate
    • Enterprise environmental factors
    • Project and product life cycle
    • Project phases
    • Project stakeholders
    • Organization structures
    • Organizational process assets
  • 3. The Role of the Project Manager
    • Portfolio, program and project management
    • Project Manager
    • Project leadership
  • * Project Management Process Map
    • Initiating processes
    • Planning processes
    • Controlling processes
    • Executing processes
    • Closing processes
  • 4. Project Integration Management
    • Develop project charter
    • Develop project management plan
    • Direct and manage project execution
    • Manage Project Knowledge
    • Monitor and control project work
    • Performed integrated change control
    • Close project or phase
  • 5. Project Scope Management
    • Plan scope management
    • Collect requirement
    • Define scope
    • Create WBS
    • Validate scope
    • Control scope
  • 6. Project Schedule Management
    • Plan schedule management
    • Define activities
    • Sequence activities
    • Estimate activity resources
    • Estimate activity durations
    • Develop schedule
    • Control schedule
  • 7. Project Cost Management
    • Plan cost management
    • Estimate costs
    • Determine budget
    • Control costs
    • Earned Value Management
  • 8. Project Quality Management
    • Plan quality management
    • Perform quality assurance
    • Control quality
  • 9. Project Resource Management
    • Plan human resource management
    • Acquire project team
    • Develop project team
    • Manage project team
  • 10. Project Communications Management
    • Plan communication management
    • Manage communications
    • Control communications
  • 11. Project Risk Management
    • Plan risk management
    • Identify risks
    • Perform qualitative risk analysis
    • Perform quantitative risk analysis
    • Plan risk responses
    • Monitoring and control risk
  • 12. Project Procurement Management
    • Plan procurement
    • Conduct procurement
    • Administer procurement
    • Close procurement
    • Cost Plus Incentive Fee calculations
  • 13. Project Stakeholder Management
    • Identify stakeholders
    • Plan stakeholder management
    • Manage stakeholder engagement
    • Control stakeholder engagement
  • 14. Professional Responsibility
    • PMI® code of ethics and professional conducts
    • Responsibilities to the profession
    • Responsibilities to the customer and the public
    • Important professionalism

A PMO Innovations’ process map is also provided to provide a bird-eye view of all the project management processes. In addition, chapter questions, chapter tests and final tests are included to familiar the participants with the format and style of the PMP® exam questions.

Target Audience

Project Managers, Project Leads, Project Coordinators, Senior Project Managers, Project Directors, Program Managers, Engineers, Architects, Surveyors, Planners, Designers, Consultants, Contractors, ICT Professionals, and all project stakeholders who plan to take the PMP® certification examination.

Duration

4 days (8.30 am – 6.30 pm) and 1 exam day

Pre-Requisite

To earn PMI’s PMP® credential, you must be at least a diploma holder or equivalent, have some years of Project Management experience (diploma holder >5 years; degree holder >3 years), attended some Project Management training programs (>35 hours) [more info at: www.pmi.org], and demonstrate the required ‘long-term commitment’ to project management professionalism.

For more information

For more information, please contact Nuralina bt Ismail at +604-643 7909 ext 514 or nuralina@psdc.org.my

*PMI, PMP, PMBOK and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.