PMP® Certification Training Course

The Project Management Professional PMP® is a global qualification administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI), the USA that enables project managers to establish a specific set of rules and procedures in order to achieve the successful accomplishment of projects. The Vinsys PMP Certification Course is based on the PMBOK guide – 6th edition. PMP demonstrates the skills, competency, and knowledge required by project managers. Recently, PMP has been rated as the most sought-after certification course.

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PMP® Course Overview


PMP creates skilled managers. PMP credential is a de-facto standard in the project management field and is recognized globally. Corporates are in dire need of professional, qualified, certified managers who know what is the difference between managing and leading. The PMP Certification Course enables individuals to discover this line of difference and empowers them with a set of pre-defined structures and methodologies used to deliver projects efficiently.

The PMP qualification is not limited to the role of Project Managers. It benefits all those who are associated in any way and contribute variedly to the project completion. Even if you are justifying your role as a Project Manager with your inherent or learned skills, the PMP Certification recognizes and validates your ability to do so and speaks of your capabilities when expecting a promotion or applying for a job change.

The need for efficient project managers is increasing day-by-day with companies observing a full-proof mechanism to deliver value to customers. PMP deals with engaging aspirants in the right direction to understand the processes, tools, and management techniques needed to align their efforts in a strategic manner with their organization’s goals. As the corporates occupy people from various cultural backgrounds, it becomes necessary to have a specific set of skills and procedures and this is where lies the need for hiring qualified project managers.

Course Curriculum


Audience

Project Managers from any industry, who are looking to instill into their workplace the disciplines of Project Management as per PMI® practices, can register for PMP® Certification Training Course.

PMP® Certification Training Program is the most suitable for professionals with these designations but not limited to:

  • CIO / CTO/Vice President
  • IT Heads / Senior IT Managers
  • Head/GM / AGM Projects
  • Senior Project Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Projects Managers
  • Senior Consultants
  • Project /Team Leads /PMO
  • Business Practice Heads
  • Department/ Business Heads
  • Business Analysts

Eligibility Criteria

PMP® Certification’s eligibility criteria have been set by PMI® to test the on-the-job experience of performing diverse Project Management tasks. Only a professional who understands the roles and responsibilities of handling or leading a project is able to perceive the problem areas in the same. Receiving formal PMP® training strengthens competency as a good project management resource.

Project Managers must attain a certain level of expertise in the field of Project Management in order to apply for a Project Management Professional (PMP)® Examination. 

A Secondary degree (either a high school diploma, associate degree or a global equivalent):                                           

Minimum five years/ 60 months of unique, non-overlapping, professional project management experience during which at least 7,500 hours have been spent leading and directing the project + 35 contact hours of formal education.

OR

A Four-year degree (either a bachelor’s degree or a global equivalent):

Minimum three years/ 36 months of unique, non-overlapping, professional project management experience during which at least 4,500 hours have been spent leading and directing the project +35 contact hours of formal education.

Course Objectives

  • To enhance the conceptual and technical knowledge of Project Management as per “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Sixth edition”.
  • To encapsulate the project, project management, stakeholders, earned value, scheduling techniques, and project managers’ responsibilities and competencies.
  • To describe the purpose, inputs, and outputs of the processes in each of the six Project Management Process Groups: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring, Controlling, and Closing.
  • To implement the Project Management Knowledge areas with the help of PMP® Certification Classroom Training and to explain the relationship of process groups, Knowledge areas, project phases, project & product life cycle.
  • To understand the importance of the Project Charter, Scope Statement, Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), Responsibility Matrix, Network Building, and CPM while preparing for the Project Management Professional Exam.
  • To demonstrate a clear understanding of what activities, tools, and techniques are necessary for each phase of a project and understand PMP® examination nuances.
  • To understand the significance of Risk management, Procurement Management, Human Resource Management through the foundational processes of Project Management.

About The Examination

The PMP certification exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions (out of which 25 are pretest questions) that need to be answered within 4 hours.

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The questions are distributed in the following fashion:

DOMAIN

WEIGHTAGE (in %)

People

42%

Process

50%

Business Environment

8%

W.e.f. January 2, 2021, the PMP exam pattern will be revised and will be changed to revolve around interpretation, representation and technical capability of candidates. In addition to the multiple-choice questions, drag and drop type questions and selecting the right graphical representation for a particular scenario will be introduced.

About the Credential

  • PMI®'s Project Management Professional PMP® credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for all those involved in Project Management. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP® demonstrates that you have the experience, education, and competency to lead and direct projects.
  • This recognition is seen through increased marketability to employers and higher salary; according to PMI® Project Management Salary Survey - Seventh Edition, certification positively impacts project managers’ salaries.

 

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  • 4 days Instructor-led Online Training
  • Experienced Subject Matter Experts
  • Approved and Quality Ensured training Material
  • 24*7 leaner assistance and support

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Customized According To Team's Requirements


  • Blended Learning Delivery Model (Self-Paced E-Learning And/Or Instructor-Led Options)
  • Course, Category, And All-Access Pricing
  • Enterprise-Class Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Enhanced Reporting For Individuals And Teams
  • 24x7 Teaching Assistance And Support 

Course Outline


  • What is a Project?
  • Comparison between Project and Operation
  • What is Project Management and Project Environment?
  • Project, Program and Portfolio Management
  • The Environment in which Projects Operate

 

    • Enterprise Environmental Factors - Internal & External
    • Organization Process Assets
    • Organizational Systems

     

      • Definition Of Project Manager
      • Project Manager Sphere of Influence
      • Project Manager Competencies
      • Performing Integration

       

        • Develop Project Charter
        • Develop Project Management Plan
        • Direct and Manage Project Work
        • Manage Project Knowledge
        • Monitor and Control Project Work
        • Perform Integrated Change Control
        • Close Project or Phase

         

          • Plan Scope Management
          • Collect Requirements
          • Define Scope
          • Create WBS
          • Validate Scope
          • Control Scope
             

           

            • Plan Schedule Management
            • Define Activities
            • Sequence Activities
            • Estimate Activity Duration
            • Develop Schedule
            • Control Schedule
               

             

              • Plan Quality Management
              • Manage Quality
              • Control Quality
                 

               

                • Plan Resource Management
                • Estimate Activity Resources
                • Acquire Resources
                • Develop Team
                • Manage Team
                • Control Resources

                 

                  • Plan Communication Management
                  • Manage Communications
                  • Monitor Communications

                   

                    • Plan Risk Management
                    • Identify Risks
                    • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
                    • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
                    • Plan Risk Responses
                    • Implement Risks Responses
                    • Monitor Risks

                     

                      • Plan Procurement Management 
                      • Conduct Procurement
                      • Control Procurement

                       

                        • Identify Stakeholders
                        • Plan Stakeholder Engagement
                        • Manage Stakeholder Engagement
                        • Monitor Stakeholder Engagement
                           

                         

                          • PMI Code of Conduct
                          • Applicability of Code of Conduct

                          Course Advisor

                          Mr. Nitin Shende

                          Sr. Vice President and Head – Project Management Training & Consulting

                          20 + years

                          Nitin Shende is an International Management Consultant, Facilitator, and Speaker with a specialization in Project Management and Program Management.

                          • Member of Subject Matter Expert (SME) Review team & “Final draft Reviewer & Contributor” team for A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Guide Fifth and Fourth edition published worldwide.
                          • Final Draft Reviewer (Standard Portion) for Project Management Body of Knowledge: “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide (PMBOK® Guide) Sixth Edition”.
                          • Final Draft Reviewer (Guide Portion) for Project Management Body of Knowledge: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Sixth Edition.
                          • SME Reviewer for “Standard for Organizational Project Management (OPM Standard)”.
                          • Member “Final Draft Reviewer & Contributor” team for (Program Management Guide) PgMP Guide Third Edition 2012.

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                          FAQ's


                          Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or global equivalent) -

                          Minimum five years/ 60 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 7,500 hours should have been spent leading and directing the project 35 contact hours of formal Project Management education.

                          OR

                          Four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or global equivalent) -

                          Minimum three years/ 36 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 4,500 hours should have been spent leading and directing the project, 35 contact hours of formal Project Management education.

                          Please refer to the PMP® Handbook on www.pmi.org for more details.

                          PMI PMP® exam is offered at approved Pearson VUE Testing Centers worldwide. For more details, please visit the Pearson VUE Testing Center website.

                          For the CAPM exam, you can check for locations on Pearson VUE’s website. You can also take your CAPM exam in the comfort of your home or office while being monitored by an offsite proctor through Pearson VUE.

                          For PMI Members:

                          Computer-based testing / Paper-based test: US $405

                          For Non-PMI Members:

                          Computer-based testing / Paper-based test: US $555

                          PMI Membership: US $139

                          Vinsys Is PMI Authorized Training Partner ATP

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                          Post-training support

                          Although there is no formal information by PMI® about what percentage of applications gets picked for an audit, basis the experience of many senior professionals and institutes, it is observed that the percentage is approximately between 1 – 10%. An important thing to understand here is this process is random, and hence any application can get picked for the audit. The best way to do this is to fill the application correctly as per PMI® requirements and be prepared for the audit if required.

                          There is a total of 200 Questions in PMP® examination. The basic objective is to test your project management knowledge, concepts and your understanding about its application in different situations. Questions can be categorized (at a high level) as follows:

                          PMBOK® Guide, Project management knowledge & understanding based questions

                          Formula based mathematical questions

                          Scenario (situation) based questions

                          Leadership, Interpersonal skills-based questions

                          Length of the questions can vary between a few liner questions to multiple liner question. You have to identify the keywords and concentrate on the crucial contents. One has to be careful while reading the questions, especially questions with negative sentence formation like 'not applicable/ not available/ non-existing, etc.’, also the questions asking for ‘except’ based answers.

                          PMP® examination contains a total of 200 questions out of which 25 questions are pre-test questions. Pre-test questions do not carry any weight (marks). Having pretest questions is a practice implemented by PMI® to gather statistical information on the validity of the questions and those are deliberated as experimental questions. You never come to know which question is pretest question during the examination or even at the end of the examination. Hence you must treat every question as a weighted (gradable) question.

                          The Project Management Professional Exam consists of 200 questions and the duration for the exam is 4 hours. The exam is divided into 2 parts. After answering, reviewing, and submitting the first 100 questions, there will be a break of 10 minutes followed by the remaining 100 questions.

                          From January 2, 2021, the PMP exam pattern will be revised and will be changed to revolve around the interpretation, representation, and technical capability of candidates. In addition to the multiple-choice questions, drag and drop type questions and selecting the right graphical representation for a particular scenario will be introduced.

                          Domain-wise weightage of the PMP exam:

                          People - 42%

                          Process - 50%

                          Business Environment- 8%

                          These questions are mapped against the PMP Examination Content Outline to ensure that an appropriate number of questions are in place for a valid examination.

                          PMP certification will be reflective of this and will incorporate approaches across the value delivery spectrum. About half of the examination will represent predictive project management approaches and the other half will represent agile or hybrid approaches. Predictive, agile, and hybrid approaches will be found throughout the three domain-areas listed above and are not isolated to any particular domain or task.

                          PMI® has conducted the Role Delineation Study (RDS) and has defined these terms as follows:

                          Domain: High-level knowledge area that is essential to the practice of project management.

                          Tasks: The underlying responsibilities of the project manager within each domain area.

                          Enablers: Illustrative examples of the work associated with the task. These should not be an exhaustive list but rather offer a few examples to help demonstrate what the task encompasses.

                          The PMP® certification exam has been aligned by PMI through its process with certification industry best practices, such as those found in the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing. This process utilizes the knowledge and task-driven recommendations to evaluate the individual’s capability, and determine the levels of salience, criticality, and frequency of each of the knowledge, tasks, and skills required to perform to the industry-specific standard role of the project manager.

                          The standard duration of training is 4 days, and at certain time-based requests, this session is facilitated for 5 days.

                          Yes, at the end of the program, every participant receives a soft copy of the facilitation course completion certificate on your email which states that you have successfully completed the course. Vinsys is a global Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) for the Project Management Institute (PMI).             

                          All open house sessions are conducted only on weekends for the convenience of working professionals who wish to attend.

                          At Vinsys, we create our schedules as per your preferences of location and time. You can put in a request to arrange a training program in your organization and we will be there along with our Vinsys Learning Lab!

                          At Vinsys, we offer the most cost-effective, professional IT training programs. If you are an individual or a working professional, please do check our updated course calendar for PMP® Certification Training Program here.

                          For our Tailor-made (as per your team’s availability and convenience) and specially scheduled PRINCE2® programs, write to us or fill out the inquiry form.

                          Along with the training sessions, we provide the required course material, a set of practice questions for your exam preparation and access to our tech-enabled Learning Labs to create a dynamic learning experience for you.

                          Training sessions at Vinsys are conducted by certified experts who have practical working experience as well as training experience. Our facilitators hold 20+ years of experience in Project Management and are recognized globally for their expertise in the field of Project Management.

                          Yes, at the end of the program, every participant receives a soft copy of the facilitation course completion certificate on your email which states that you have successfully completed the course. Vinsys is a ATP for the Project Management Institute (PMI).