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    According to pmiteach.org, there is a global demand for over 1.2 million new jobs in the field of project management across various industries such as IT, Manufacturing, Mining, Oil and Gas, Banking, Finance, Pharmaceutical, etc. These industries are looking for certified project managers with backgrounds in their respective industries. To apply for these high-paying positions, it is recommended to become PMP certified by taking the PMP preparation course from Uloom Training as the first step.

    The PMP preparation course covers the entire project management methodology developed by Project Management Institute (PMI) in USA. The three typical mandatory requirements to become PMP certified are as follows:

    1. A four-year bachelor’s degree,
    2. At least 4500 hours of project related experience, and
    3. 35 hours of PMP preparation course

    This course can also be attended by a CAPM candidates which aspire to become Certified Associate Project Manager, Project Assistant or a Project Coordinator

    The two mandatory requirements to become CAPM certified are as follows:

    1. At minimum secondary school diploma
    2. Twenty Three (23) hours of CAPM preparation course

    Taking this course from the experts at Uloom Training will allow you to fulfill the third requirement mentioned above. After completing the course you will be eligible to successfully write PMP certification exam. Once passed, you will be recognized as PMP professional potentially earning a starting median salary of $86,000 which increases to $100,000 within 5 years.

    This comprehensive course covers the entire project management methodology developed by Project Management Institute (PMI) and explained in Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide (PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition) and covers 10 knowledge areas, five process groups, 47 project management processes and Professional and Social Responsibility code.

    You will learn:

    • Project management methodology, its 10 knowledge areas, five process groups and 47 individual processes that can be used to plan and execute any project.
    • Project Management principles, best practices, standards and PMI recommended tools and techniques which can be utilized in project initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and control, and closing.
    • Key concepts, terms, methods, formulas, tools and techniques.
    • How to prepare for the certification exam through a combination of lectures, in-class exercises, practice questions and home study plan.
    • Tips and tricks to reduce study time, analyse and attempt tricky questions, and how to successfully attempt questions during the exam.

    Course Modules:

    The PMP Preparation course consists of 12 modules as follows:

    1. Introduction including definitions, project lifecycle, project organization, PMI methodology overview, its processes, process groups and knowledge areas.
    2. Integration management including creating project charter, project management plan, managing project work and performing integrated change control.
    3. Scope Management including project scope, product scope, scope definition and formulation using work breakdown structure, scope monitoring and control.
    4. Time Management including developing project activities, sequence activities, estimate activities, and finally developing resource-based schedule.
    5. Cost Management including resource cost estimation, budgeting, earned value measurement and analysis, budget control and variation analysis.
    6. Risk Management including risk definition, determination, factors, types, categories, mitigation strategies, ownership and response planning.
    7. Quality Management including quality planning, quality assurance and monitoring and control project quality.
    8. Stakeholder Management including identifying stakeholders and their needs, engaging them in the project and communicating with them on an ongoing basis for project success.
    9. Communications Management including planning communication activities, communicating with stakeholders and distributing project information.
    10. Human Resources (Team) Management including hiring, developing, leading and managing effective project team.
    11. Procurement Management including RFP, bidding, contract writing and contract administration.
    12. Project practitioner and their professional and social responsibility, ethical principles and values governing project management.

    Schedule:

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    PMP/CAPM

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     4 Saturdays every month

     9am to 6:30pm

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    PMP/CAPM

    SUN

     4 Sundays every month

     9am to 6:30pm

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     fee options & registration

     Bootcamp

     (Weekdays)

    1) Week 1 every month (Mon-Thu)

    2) Week 2 every month (Mon-Thu)

    3) Week 3 every month (Mon-Thu)

    4) Week 4 every month (Mon-Thu)

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