Are you approved and what is your R.E.P provider number?
Yes, The Knowledge Academy has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Our R.E.P. Provider ID number is 3444
What does The Knowledge Academy provide me on the course?
4 days of classroom training, 35 PMI required contact hours. Guidance with PMP exam application process & support to maintain PDUs and extensive PMP practice test questions with unique PMP prep workbook
What is the Exam Pass Guarantee?
Our exam pass guarantee gives you confidence that we will support your learning until you pass your PMP exam. We guarantee that you will pass your PMP exam after completing our PMP Class. All we require is for you to take the exam within 30 days of completing the class. Attend all class days and complete all class assignments, including your PMP practice exams. If you do not pass the exam after the 1st attempt, we will allow you to attend the class again free of charge. Should you fail the exam on your 2nd attempt, you will be eligible to enrol in the class again, free of charge. PMP examination results must be verified to confirm re-enrolment and is subject to availability.
Are there any pre-requisites for the PMP Certification examination?
To apply for the PMP exam, the PMI requires that you have either: A university degree and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education. or A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) with at least five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education
What is the experience of the instructor(s) delivering my course?
All of our instructors are experienced and are fully approved
Do I receive a certificate?
Does the course fee include exams?
The course fee does not include the exam as you need to apply directly to PMI to book and take your exam at a Prometric testing center
How can I pass the exam on the 5th day?
This is achievable if the customer has the required contact hours (35), e.g. taking a previous classroom/online course covering Project Management (PMI Approved) and have applied to PMI to take the exam with PMI on a Friday. On this basis the customer would book the exam to take it on the 5th day, therefore booking the PMP Exam Prep Boot Camp course with The Knowledge Academy who can offer the course on the same week.
How soon do you suggest I should take the exam after doing the course?
We recommend that you should take the exam once you feel you are fully prepared to pass the exam
Will there pre-course work to complete?
Yes, all delegates will be required to do a minimum 5 hours recommended pre course work. This consists of: Reading and studying the first three chapters of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge: PMBOK Guide, 5th Edition namely: Chapter 1 – Introduction Chapter 2 – Organizational Influences and Project Life Cycle Chapter 3 – Project Management Processes
The Knowledge Academy
The Project Management Institute (PMI) sets standards in project management and provides project managers with certification recognized around the world.
This course delivers the knowledge needed to take the PMP exam. It covers the Knowledge Areas, Process Groups, Inputs, Tools/Techniques, and Outputs contained in the PMBOK, as well as a broad spectrum of project management concepts expected of project managers in today’s demanding environments.
During this course, you will need a copy of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge: PMBOK Guide, 5th Edition (ISBN 978-1935589679), which delegates will need to purchase separately. All delegates MUST BRING the PMBoK to the course.
In addition, you are expected to read pages 1 through 63 before the first day of class. During the four-day class, you should also expect as much as two hours of homework each evening, as determined by the instructor before the end of each day.
The training is delivered by highly experienced project management trainers, with participation by the delegates being integral to the learning process. Delegates will explore project management issues via group discussion.
The syllabus covers a wide breadth of topics, from the essential management tools required to monitor and control a project through to the wider context in which the project is being managed in terms of social and environmental issues, finance, organization, procurement, and people management.
All delegates must have a good understanding of the basic principles of project management.
To apply for the PMP exam, the PMI requires that you have either: A university degree and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.
A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) with at least five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.
- Understand in detail the structure and flow of the PMBOK
- Understand specific content of the PMBOK that is most likely to appear on the PMP examination
- Understand material that is “derived from” or “implied by” the PMBOK known or considered most likely to appear on the PMP exam
- Learn test-taking techniques that will increase the delegate’s chances of passing the exam on the first try
- Pass the PMP Examination.
This course is an intensive 4 day workshop resulting in a certificate for the 35 Professional Development Units (PDUs) required to apply for the PMP exam. Delegates should be advised that they will be required to undertake individual assignments in the form of homework during the course.
Why choose The Knowledge Academy?
- We have found a way to make your learning experience enjoyable.
- We are trusted by globally leading brands as a learning partner of choice, for example JP Morgan, HSBC and Sony.
- We provide pre and post course support so you never feel alone
- All of our training is hands on we use real world examples and bring them to life
- As a market leader, globally, we have an extremely high pass rate
- We are a global company and are recognised as a leading brand for professional education
- Over 90% of our delegates come back to us for further training
- As a trusted brand, we are renowned for our focus on education and ensuring YOU pass.
- We have the best instructors in the industry which is reflected in our position as the market leader
- We provide value for money and have trained over 25,000 delegates in 2011
- You ONLY get first class treatment with The Knowledge Academy
- We have some of the most luxurious course venues worldwide
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- Guidance with PMP Exam Application Process
- Extensive PMP Practice Test Questions
- Unique PMP Preparation Workbook
- Course Completion Certificate
- 35 PMI Required Contact Hours
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- “Having worked in project management for many years, I didn't think I would learn much on the PMP training course. However, with the experience and knowledge the trainer had, I learnt a great deal. I can now implement these new methods and processes into my everyday work. Excellent training course.”By Nadine Stevenson (Project Manager) from Melbourne
- “They guaranteed I would pass the PMP certification...And I did.”By Alicia Price (Project Manager) from Canberra
- “The PMP training course was great fun. The trainer was extremely passionate about the subject which made learning fun.”By Joshua Mitchell (Programme Manager) from Sydney
- “Interesting course and a great instructor.”By Roderick Howard (PMP Professional) from Melbourne
- “The PMP Certification was fun and intense. The trainer was passionate about the course was brought the information to life.”By Ismael Pope (Project Manager) from Perth
- “Affordable, interesting and lovely crown of PM's. Really enjoyed myself and have now passed my exam too :)”By Michael Adonis (Project Manager) from Canberra
- “Really loved the venue and the trainer was awesome. Will definitely recommend the course to friends and colleagues.”By Loise Beckett (Project Co-Ordinator) from Adelaide
- “An intense but thoroughly enjoyable course. I will definitely be booking again with The Knowledge Academy”By Hannah Fry (Project Assistant) from Sydney
- “Interesting course materials and a knowledgeable trainer”By Pat Dyer (Project Executive) from Adelaide
- “The service I received from booking the PMP examination was one of a kind; it was the cherry on the cake when I passed!”By Nicole Ellis (Manager) from Brisbane
- “The fact that the tutor was so great was the only guarantee I needed for my pass.”By Samuel Phillips (Project Manager) from Perth
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PMP and Project Management
Here, at The Knowledge Academy we are receiving more and more calls each month for PMP training in Australia. This is due to the fact that the PMP methodology is officially global and has been for some time. The project managers of Australia seem to love the PMP processes and principles and desire to add it to their company. Thus, the PMP certification is spreading even further than originally predicted.
Project management is the application of knowledge, skills and techniques to work to meet the stakeholder and customers’ needs or requirements. Therefore project management uses tools to manage projects.
When a project is taken on by a PMP they must look at the standards and regulations surrounding that project. The standard is agreed on based on a set of rules which are put in place in order to achieve the optimum degree of success. These standards are normally published by an authority figure. A regulation is also a set of rules which are issued by a government agency. These lay down a set of rules which are mandatory for compliance. A project is typically a temporary endeavour designed to provide a unique product or service which was not enforced previously. Thus in every project there is a beginning and an end and therefore, no project will last forever.
The project will begin because there is a need for it and therefore it will have an ‘official life’. This document which is produced in order to explain why the project is needed – a project charter will also look at the cost of the entire project. The end of the project will only be when all goals and targets are met. The only reason a project may end before these goals are met is because there is no longer a need for the project and thus it would be abandoned.
The PMBOK is used to guide all project managers through their PMP training and help them understand how to work alongside the PMP methodology.
Moreover, it is not just the PMP who looks at these aspects of the project; it is also the project team, the project manager and the upper management of the company. Thus it is all who is involved with the project management methods which take place within the organisation. This is another reason why the PMP certification has become so popular; it involves all that take part in the project, not just the senior members.