Project Management Professional

(PMP) Project Management Professional Certification

Project Management Professional (PMP) is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. It’s recommended to person who is working in Project management field also for those who are involved in some kind of project work, Project Management Professional provides a significant advantage when it comes to salary, those who earn PMP certificate gain a higher salary than the others without PMP certification. By getting PMP certificate, it means that you can understand the global language of Project management and connect you to a community of professionals, plus most big corp-orates look for PMP certified project managers, so it’s a good chance to career grow.

 

Project Management Professional also can help you to reach global organizations working in different industries in the world. It enhances your skill, it gives you essential tools to navigate the project management world. Also, it plans your day using time management techniques and keeps you focus on the details and plan for problems and potential conflicts.

 

Conclusively PMP course of Project management professional certification has a high demand in the market, and in today’s technology executives who have advanced training can prove their competence and capability as the project manager designs the whole project as per project life cycle and assigns works as per individual’s skill set.

 

It’s global and works with any industry in any location, nevertheless the professional background and indusrty you can gain by adding this certification to your resume

This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to get your certificate, upon completion of the course you will learn:

1-Introduction to PMBOK® Guide and Project Management Framework

2-Project Integration and Scope Management

Project Scope Management refers to the set of processes that ensure a project’s scope is accurately defined and mapped. Scope Management techniques enable project managers and supervisors to allocate just the right amount of work necessary to successfully complete a project—concerned primarily with controlling what is and what is not part of the project’s scope.

3-Project Time Management

Project time management refers to a component of overall project management in which a timeline is analyzed and developed for the completion of a project or deliverable. … Activity Sequencing– The process ofproject time management that defines the order in which deliver able must be completed

4-Project Cost Management

Cost management is the process of planning and controlling the budget of a business. Cost management is a form of management accounting that allows a business to predict impending expenditures to help reduce the chance of going over budget.

5-Project Quality Management

Quality management is the process for ensuring that all project activities necessary to design, plan and implement a project are effective and efficient with respect to the purpose of the objective and its performance.

6-Project HR Management

Project human resource management involves organizing and managing a project team. The team is usually made up of people with specific skills and responsibilities. … Project human resource management processes include human resource planning, acquiring the project team, developing the project team and managing the team

7-Project Communication

Communication is key in project management. For a successful project execution, effective communication to all stakeholders is essential. Communication is best defined as the exchange of information and the expression of ideas, thoughts and feelings by using words and other methods

8-Project Risk Management

It is the process used by project managers to minimize any potential problems that may negatively impact a project’s timetable. Risk is any unexpected event that might affect the people, processes, technology, and resources involved in a project.

9-Project Procurement Management

Project procurement management is the creation of relationships with outside vendors and suppliers for goods and services needed to complete a project. This process is comprised of five steps, including initiating and planning, selecting, contract writing, monitoring, and closing and completing.

10-Professional Responsibility and Ethics

Professionally accepted standards of personal and business behavior, values and guiding principles. Codes of professional ethics are often established by professional organizations to help guide members in performing their job functions according to sound and consistent ethical principles.

11-Planning for the Exam

 

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