Project Management: for Advanced Practitioners
July 25 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Are you ready for professional recognition?
Are you the subject-matter expert for running projects in your company? The go-to person for tricky assignments? Whether you already are or you want to be, maybe it’s time to look at a professional certification.
The “Project Management: for Advanced Practitioners” is an intensive class covering all the topics and domains required for experienced project managers aiming to sit for the prestigious Project Management Professional PMP® examination offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Presented by an experienced PMP® trainer, this course of lectures and team exercises fulfills the 35 training hours required as part of the PMI® exam eligibility.
By the end of this course you will have a full grasp of the PMP® exam, and subject to eligibility, will be equipped to attempt the exam.
What Has Changed since 2021?
Starting January 2021, the PMI® have completely revised their PMP® exam to take account of the emergence of new, credible ways of approaching projects, the maturity of advanced methodologies and frameworks such as Agile and Scrum, the widespread adoption of breakthrough communications and technologies to assist project teams, and the flexibility and accelerated approach of the modern workforce in the twenty first century world.
Who Should Attend?
If you have several years of project management experience and wish to attempt the challenging Project Management Professional (PMP®) examination offered by the world’s largest professional association for project managers, the Project Management Institute (PMI®), this course is for you.
The following shows the main modules of the course over the five days of training, which cover all aspects of the PMP® examination content. Exercises will be introduced throughout the course, and the teams will work together to plan an integrated hybrid project which provides hands-on experience of many of the subject areas.
|1 High-Performance Teams||RBuilding a team
Defining ground rules
Negotiating team agreements
Training a team
Engaging and supporting virtual team members
Project shared understanding
|2 Starting the Project||Determining the methods, methodologies and practices
Planning and managing scope
Planning and managing budgets and resources
Planning and managing schedule
Planning and managing quality
Integration of activities
Planning and managing procurement
Planning and managing project and phase closure
|3 Working on the Project||Risk assessment and management
Delivering business value
Creating project artefacts
Ensuring knowledge transfer and continuity
|4 Keeping the Team on Track||Team leadership
Supporting team performance
Using emotional intelligence
|5 Business Alignment||Managing compliance
Evaluating and delivering project value
Evaluating internal and external changes
Supporting organisational change
Continuous process improvement