What will you learn?
The PMP course covers latest trends, emerging practices and core competencies that are required by a Project Management professional. The course emphasizes strategic and business knowledge. Learners will also get an understanding of the real-world scenarios through the Case Studies that are developed by the industry PMP-certified veterans.
You should have a secondary degree (i.e. high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent) with 7,500 hours of leading and directing projects along with 35 hours of project management education to start PMP training course.
You should have a four-year degree with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects along with 35 hours of project management education to start with PMP course.
This PMP certification exam preparation course is designed by Industry veteran and Project Management Practioner and is aligned to the latest best practices highlighted in the PMBOK Guide – 6th Edition and aligns with the latest PMP Examination Content Outline 2021.
The course covers the basic to advance concepts. From Introduction to PMP and PMI, Project Management Framework, Project Management Processes Groups and Role of Project to Integration, Scope, Schedule Management. Some of the very interesting topics like Procurement Management to Stake Holder Management has also been covered in detail. The course deep dives into the concepts of Professional and Social Responsibility and concludes with covering Agile Concepts.
Who this course is for?
- Beginners who want to start their career in Project Management
- Practitioners who want to get PMP certified