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Project Management Professional (PMP)® Training Courses

About the Project Management Professional (PMP)®

Duration: 4 days (35 hours)

PMI Registered Institue

This Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification program led by the industry's top PMP instructors, will prepare you to pass the PMP exam, earning one of the most valued credentials around.
The PMP® exam content is majorly focused on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge - Fifth Edition, (PMBOK® Guide) and other sources, this program features a wide variety of proven learning tools and study aids.

What you'll get:
- Expert led lectures
- Real-life examples
- 35 PMI PDUs
- Tips and tricks to conquer the exam
- Assistance with the PMI application process

To become a certified Project Management Professional, a student must have:

- A bachelor's degree and 4,500 hours of Project Management experience, and 35 hours of classroom instruction that relate to project management objectives (NetCom's PMP training satisfies this requirement) - OR - a High School diploma or equivalent and 7,500 hours of Project Management experience.
- Supporting Documentation is required for the above qualifications.
- Pass the PMP® exam, which consists of 200 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 4 hours. NetCom's Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification course will prepare you for this exam.

Don't have enough Project Management hours that you can document? PMI offers another certification track: Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®

Click Here for the full list of NetCom courses pre-approved for Professional Development Units (PDUs).

- If you schedule your exam before 26 March 2018, then your exam will reference the PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition which is covered in this course.
- Any exam schedules after this date will refer to PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition which is not covered by the topics of this course.

1 PMI, PMBOK, CAPM, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
2 The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc

Next Class Dates

Feb 26, 2018 – Mar 1, 2018
9:00am – 6:00pm EST
Guaranteed to run class (GTR)
519 8th Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018
New York, NY 10018
Mar 12, 2018 – Apr 9, 2018
6:00pm – 10:00pm EST
519 8th Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018
New York, NY 10018
Apr 23, 2018 – Apr 26, 2018
9:00am – 6:00pm CST
Guaranteed to run class (GTR)
519 8th Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018
New York, NY 10018

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This training consists of the following courses:

Project Management Professional (PMP)®   More on this course

4 days | 35 hours

arrow Course Objectives

  • » Prepare to take the PMP or CAPM exams
  • » Become familiar with PMBOK® Guide terms, definitions, and processes
  • » Advance soft skills in leadership, negotiation, communication and conflict resolution
  • » Master test-taking techniques
  • » Learn styles and types of questions found on the PMP or CAPM exams
  • » Study five process groups, nine knowledge areas, and the area of professional and social responsibility

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arrow Course Outline

    1. Introduction
    2. Benefit of PMP Certification
    3. Qualification
    4. The Road to Become a PMP
    5. The PMP Exam: An Overview
    6. PMP Exam Syllabus
    7. Recent Changes in PMP Exam
    8. PMP Exam Preparation Strategy
    9. What is on the PMP Exam
    10. Post Certification
    1. Definition of a Project
    2. Project Management
    3. Operations Management
    4. Program Management
    5. Portfolio Management
    6. Inter-Relationships among Project Management, Program Management, Portfolio Management, and Organizational Project
    7. Management (OPM)
    8. Interrelationships among Project Management, Operations Management, and Organizational Strategy
    9. Interrelationships among Project Management, Organizational Strategies, and Organizational Governance
    10. Business Value
    11. Project Management Office (PMO)
    12. Constraints
    13. Stakeholder Management
    14. Organizational Influence on Project Management
    15. Power of Project Manager in Different Organizational Structures Project Roles
    16. Project Governance
    17. Project Life Cycle
    18. Processes of a Project
    19. Common Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    20. Project Management Framework Summary
    1. Processes of a Project
    2. Common Project Management Processes Interactions
    3. Project Management Knowledge
    4. Process Groups & Knowledge Areas Mapping
    5. Initiating Process Group
    6. Planning Process Group
    7. Executing Process Group
    8. Monitoring and Controlling Process Group
    9. Closing Process Group
    10. Process Groups Key Inputs and Outputs
    11. Project Management Processes Summary
    1. Project Integration Management
    2. Project Integration Management Processes
    3. Project Integration Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    4. Develop Project Charter
    5. Develop Project Management Plan
    6. Direct and Manage Project Work
    7. Monitor and Control Project Work
    8. Perform Integrated Change Control
    9. Close Project or Phase
    10. Project Integration Management Summary
    1. Project Scope Management
    2. Project Scope Management Processes
    3. Project Scope Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    4. Plan Scope Management
    5. Collect Requirements
    6. Define Scope
    7. Create WBS
    8. Validate Scope
    9. Control Scope
    10. Project Scope Management Summary
    1. Project Time Management
    2. Project Time Management Processes
    3. Project Time Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    4. Plan Schedule Management
    5. Define Activities
    6. Sequence Activities
    7. Estimate Activity Resources
    8. Estimate Activity Duration
    9. Develop Schedule
    10. Control Schedule
    11. Project Time Management Summary
    1. Project Cost Management
    2. Important Accounting Terms
    3. Project Cost Management Processes
    4. Project Cost Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    5. Plan Cost Management
    6. Estimate Costs
    7. Determine Budget
    8. Control Costs
    9. Earned Value Management
    10. Project Cost Management Summary
    1. Project Quality and Quality Management
    2. Quality Methodology: Crosby, Juran, And Deming
    3. Project Quality Management Processes
    4. Project Quality Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    5. Plan Quality Management
    6. Perform Quality Assurance
    7. Control Quality
    8. Project Quality Management Flow Chart
    9. Project Quality Management Summary
    1. Project Human Resource Management
    2. Important Project Roles and Responsibilities
    3. Project Human Resource Management Processes
    4. Project Human Resource Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    5. Plan Human Resource Management
    6. Acquire Project Team
    7. Develop Project Team
    8. Manage Project Team
    9. Theories of Motivation
    10. Project Human Resource Management Summary
    1. Project Communications Management
    2. Key Terminology in Communications Management
    3. Project Communications Management Processes
    4. Project Communications Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    5. Plan Communications Management
    6. Manage Communications
    7. Control Communications
    8. Project Communications Management Summary
    1. Project Risks
    2. Project Risk Management
    3. Key Tools & Techniques for Risk Management
    4. Project Risk Management Processes
    5. Project Risk Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    6. Plan Risk Management
    7. Identify Risks
    8. Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
    9. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
    10. Plan Risk Responses
    11. Control Risks
    12. Project Risk Management Summary
    1. Project Procurement Management
    2. Project Contract
    3. Project Contract Types
    4. Project Procurement Management Processes
    5. Project Procurement Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    6. Plan Procurement Management
    7. Conduct Procurements
    8. Control Procurements
    9. Close Procurements
    10. Project Procurement Management Summary
    1. Project Stakeholder Management
    2. Project Stakeholder Management Processes
    3. Project Stakeholder Management Processes, Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs
    4. Identify Stakeholders
    5. Plan Stakeholder Management
    6. Manage Stakeholder Engagement
    7. Control Stakeholder Engagement

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This training prepares students for the following exam(s):

  • » (PMP)® Exam: Project Management Professional Exam

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Recent Client Testimonials & Reviews

Although it was a virtual class, the set up was easy and very effective. The instructor is amazing. He has expert level knowledge and was extremely helpful.

- Talia Z.
Course(s) Taken

» Project Management Professional (PMP)

The classroom setup was very easy to follow. Extremely efficient and effective. The instructor did an absolutely amazing job as a facilitator. He is extremely knowledgeable of the content and did a great job at keeping us engaged throughout the training. He is by far one of the best instructors I have had.

- Maria G.

Course(s) Taken

» Project Management Professional (PMP)

I am very impressed and pleased that I found this class and I would take any course that the instructor will be presenting - because I know that it would be worth my time and I would walk away with knowledge and understanding at a new level. The content and delivery were handled extremely well and is very appreciated.

- Christina C.

Course(s) Taken

» Project Management Professional (PMP)

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PMP Certification Student Testimonials

I passed the PMP certification yesterday. I'm so pleased with this accomplishment and wanted to thank you immensely for all that you did to make this happen for me. You were wonderful and very supportive throughout the class and the application process. -JT

Just wanted to let you know that I am now a certified PMP. I just took the exam at 1 PM today and it took all 4 hours to complete.... I wanted to thank the Instructor for his patience and his class and the rest of you for making it such a great experience. -AC

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