Project Management Professional (PMP) is a highly popular industry-recognized project management certification. Respected the world over, PMP credentials can fully validate a candidate’s ability to complete projects within budget, on time and in a way that ensures that all project goals are successfully reached.
This course provides everything students need to become certified Project Management Professionals, enabling them to complete projects on time, within budget and closer to original goals.
Why take this course?
While other project management certifications can provide excellent career stepping stones for ambitious project managers, PMP is ideal for those who are ready to reach top-tier leadership positions. There are a number of prerequisites for the PMP examination based on how many hours of project management experience a candidate has, as well as the amount of time they have spent studying project management.
In other words, the requirements are substantial, but so are the rewards. PMP is one of the world’s most highly-valued project management methodologies, covering a wide spectrum of considerations and management elements that make it both comprehensive and practical.
Indeed, PMP certified project managers are in high demand, enjoying not only increased career and networking opportunities but also higher salaries.
While there are no prerequisites to learning PMP, actually gaining a certification requires serious experience in project management. Organizations realize that PMP-certified candidates have knowledge of world-class project management theory and the ability to apply it in practice, making them highly desirable in a variety of different industries and sectors.
The course comes from the ILX Group, one of the world’s top-tier Project Management Professional certification course providers. ILX is also a Registered Education Provider (REP) with the Project Management Institute (PMI), the developer of PMP.
This course is ideal for:
Experienced project managers who want to consolidate their skills and increase their capability in their roles
Anyone wishing to become knowledgeable in a proven and highly-valued project management methodology, allowing them to make crucial contributions to project teams and take on senior project management roles
Anyone wishing to gain a working and practical knowledge of PMP best practices, including how to plan, initiate, manage, assess and successfully conclude projects
Students looking to gain skills in risk management, communication, collaboration and networking
Students wishing to fully prepare for and sit the official PMP examination as well as receiving advice on how to gain enough project management experience to satisfy the PMP certification requirements
Anyone wanting to pass the official Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification exam
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PMP® Certification Module 1
Part A - Course introduction
Part B - Projects and project management
Part C - Program management
Part D - Portfolio management
Part E - Project management office
PMP® Certification Module 2
Part A - Components of the Guide
Part B - Organizational Governance
PMP® Certification Module 3
Project stakeholder and governance
PMP® Certification Module 4
Project integration management
PMP® Certification Module 5
Part A - Scope and requirements management
Part B - Scope management
PMP® Certification Module 6
Part A - Time management
Part B - Estimating
PMP® Certification Module 7
Part A - Plan cost management
Part B - Control costs
PMP® Certification Module 8
Project quality management
PMP® Certification Module 9
Part A - Project resource management
Part B - Teamwork
Part C - Leadership
Part D - Conflict management
Part E - Human resource management summary
PMP® Certification Module 10
Part A - Plan communications management
Part B - Information management and reporting
PMP® Certification Module 11
Project risk management
PMP® Certification Module 12
Project procurement management
PMP® Certification Module 13
Project stakeholder management
PMP® Certification Module 14
PMP® Certification Exam simulator
Exams / Assessments
In order to gain a Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification, candidates must first meet the educational and professional experience requirements for the examination. There is also a strict application process which must be adhered to. For more information on the application itself, candidates should refer to the official PMP handbook.
All project management experience must have been accrued within the last eight consecutive years prior to your application submission.
This course is designed to prepare candidates with all the knowledge required to sit and pass the official PMP certification exam. Please note that a PMP exam voucher is not included with this course. However if you decide to sit the exam then you must first meet the following prerequisites:
PMP® certification exam pre-requisites:
A four-year degree (bachelors or equivalent) and a minimum of 36 months (three years) of unique, non-overlapping project management experience. During this time, the candidate will need to have spent at least 4,500 hours leading and directing projects, as well as 25 hours in project management education
A secondary degree (associate’s degree, high school diploma or equivalent) which must have a minimum of 60 months (five years) of unique and non-overlapping project management experience. During this time, the candidate will need to have spent at least 7,500 hours leading and directing projects, as well as 35 hours in project management education