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Online Instructor-led (4 days)

Classroom (4 days)

Online Self-paced (32 hours)

Project Management Professional (PMP)® Syllabus

The PMP® Certification Exam Has Changed - The latest version of the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam launched on 2 January 2021.

This exam boot camp will cover the following topics:

Domain 1: People

Task 1: Manage Conflict

  • Interpret Source and Stage of Conflict
  • Analyse Context for Conflict
  • Evaluate/Recommend/Reconcile Appropriate Conflict Resolution Solution

Task 2: Lead a Team

  • Set a Clear Vision and Mission
  • Support Diversity and Inclusion
  • Value Servant Leadership
  • Determine an Appropriate Leadership Style
  • Inspire, Motivate, and Influence Team Members or Stakeholders
  • Analyse Team Members and Stakeholders Influence
  • Distinguish Various Options to Lead Various Team Members and Stakeholders

Task 3: Support Team Performance

  • Appraise Team Member Performance Against Key Performance Indicators
  • Support and Recognise Team Member Growth and Development
  • Determine Appropriate Feedback Approach
  • Verify Performance Improvements

Task 4: Empower Team Members and Stakeholders

  • Organise Around Team Strengths
  • Support Team Task Accountability
  • Evaluate Demonstration of Task Accountability
  • Determine and Bestow Levels of Decision-Making Authority

Task 5: Ensure Team Members or Stakeholders are Adequately Trained

  • Determine Required Competencies and Elements of Training
  • Determine Training Options Based on Training Needs
  • Allocate Resources for Training
  • Measure Training Outcomes

Task 6: Build a Team

  • Appraise Stakeholder Skills
  • Deduce Project Resource Requirements
  • Continuously Assess and Refresh Team Skills to Meet Project Needs
  • Maintain Team and Knowledge Transfer

Task 7: Address and Remove Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers for Team

  • Determine and Prioritise Critical Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers for Team
  • Use Network to Implement Solutions to Remove Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers for Team
  • Re-Assess Continually to Ensure Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers for Team is being Addressed

Task 8: Negotiate Project Agreements

  • Analyse the Bounds of the Negotiations for Agreement
  • Assess Priorities and Determine Ultimate Objectives
  • Verify Objectives of the Project Agreement is Met
  • Participate in Agreement Negotiations
  • Determine a Negotiation Strategy

Task 9: Collaborate with Stakeholders

  • Evaluate Engagement Needs for Stakeholders
  • Optimise Alignment Between Stakeholder Needs, Expectations and Project
  • Objectives
  • Build Trust and Influence Stakeholders to Accomplish Project Objectives

Tak 10: Build Shared Understanding

  • Break Down Situation to Identify the Root Cause of a Misunderstanding
  • Survey All Necessary Parties to Reach Consensus
  • Support Outcome of Parties’ Agreement
  • Investigate Potential Misunderstandings

Task 11: Engage and Support Virtual Teams

  • Examine Virtual Team Member Needs
  • Investigate Alternatives
  • Implement Options for Virtual Team Member Engagement
  • Continually Evaluate Effectiveness of Virtual Team Member Engagement

Task 12: Define Team Ground Rules

  • Communicate Organisational Principles with Team and External Stakeholders
  • Establish an Environment that Fosters Adherence to the Ground Rules
  • Manage and Rectify Ground Rule Violations

Task 13: Mentor Relevant Stakeholders

  • Allocate Time to Mentoring
  • Recognise and Act on Mentoring Opportunities

Task 14: Promote Team Performance Through Application of Emotional Intelligence

  • Assess Behaviour Through Use of Personality Indicators
  • Analyse Personality Indicators and Adjust to Emotional Needs of Key Project Stakeholders

Domain 2: Process

Task 1: Execute Project with Urgency Required to Deliver Business Value

  • Assess Opportunities to Deliver Value Incrementally
  • Examine Business Value Throughout Project
  • Support Team to Subdivide Project Tasks as Necessary to Find Minimum Viable Product

Task 2: Manage Communications

  • Analyse Communication Needs of All Stakeholders
  • Determine Communication Methods, Channels, Frequency and Level of Detail for all Stakeholders
  • Communicate Project Information and Updates Effectively
  • Confirm Communication is Understood, and Feedback is Received

Task 3: Assess and Manage Risks

  • Determine Risk Management Options
  • Iteratively Assess and Priorities Risks

Task 4: Engage Stakeholders

  • Analyse Stakeholders
  • Categories Stakeholders
  • Engage Stakeholders Category
  • Develop, Execute and Validate a Strategy for Stakeholder Engagement

Task 5: Plan and Manage Budget and Resources

  • Estimate Budgetary Needs to be Based on Scope of Project and Lessons Learned from Past Projects
  • Anticipate Future Budget Challenges
  • Monitor Budget Variations and Work with Governance Process to Adjust as Necessary
  • Plan and Manage Resources

Task 6: Plan and Manage Schedule

  • Estimate Project Tasks
  • Utilise Benchmarks and Historical Data
  • Prepare Schedule Based on Methodology
  • Measure Ongoing Progress Based on Methodology
  • Modify Schedule, as Needed, Based on Methodology
  • Coordinate with Other Projects and Other Operations

Task 7: Plan and Manage Quality of Products/Deliverables

  • Determine Quality Standard Required for Project Deliverables
  • Recommend Options for Improvement Based on Quality Gaps
  • Continually Survey Project Deliverable Quality

Task 8: Plan and Manage Scope

  • Determine and Priorities Requirements
  • Break Down Scope
  • Monitor and Validate Scope

Task 9: Integrate Project Planning Activities

  • Consolidate Project or Phase Plans
  • Assess Consolidated Project Plans for Dependencies, Gaps and Continued Business Value
  • Analyse Data Collected
  • Collect and Analyse Data to Make Informed Project Decisions
  • Determine Critical Information Requirements

Task 10: Manage Project Changes

  • Anticipate and Embrace Need for Change
  • Determine Strategy to Handle Change
  • Execute Change Management Strategy According to Methodology
  • Determine a Change Response to Move Project Forward

Task 11: Plan and Manage Procurement

  • Define Resource Requirements and Needs
  • Communicate Resource Requirements
  • Manage Suppliers or Contracts
  • Plan and Manage Procurement Strategy
  • Develop a Delivery Solution

Task 12: Manage Project Artifacts

  • Determine Requirements for Managing Project Artifacts
  • Validate Project Information is Kept Up to Date and Accessible to all Stakeholders
  • Continually Assess Effectiveness of Management of Project Artifacts

Task 13: Determine Appropriate Project Methodology or Methods and Practices

  • Assess Project Needs, Complexity and Magnitude
  • Recommend Project Execution Strategy
  • Recommend a Project Methodology or Approach
  • Use Iterative, Incremental Practices Throughout Project Life Cycle

Task 14: Establish Project Governance Structure

  • Determine Appropriate Governance for a Project
  • Define Escalation Paths and Thresholds

Task 15: Manage Project Issues

  • Recognise when a Risk Becomes an Issue
  • Attack Issue with Optimal Action to Achieve Project Success
  • Collaborate with Relevant Stakeholders on Approach to Resolve Issues

Task 16: Ensure Knowledge Transfer for Project Continuity

  • Discuss Project Responsibilities within Team
  • Outline Expectations for Working Environment
  • Confirm Approach for Knowledge Transfers

Task 17: Plan and Manage Project or Phase Closure or Transitions

  • Determine Criteria to Successfully Close Project or Phase
  • Validate Readiness for Transition
  • Conclude Activities to Close Out Project or Phase

Domain 3: Business Environment

Task 1: Plan and Manage Project Compliance

  • Confirm Project Compliance Requirements
  • Classify Compliance Categories
  • Determine Potential Threats to Compliance
  • Use Methods to Support Compliance
  • Analyse Consequences of Noncompliance
  • Determine Necessary Approach and Action to Address Compliance Needs
  • Measure Extent to Which Project is complying

Task 2: Evaluate and Deliver Project Benefits and Value

  • Investigate How Benefits are Identified
  • Document Agreement on Ownership for Ongoing Benefit Realisation
  • Verify Measurement System is in Place to Track Benefits
  • Evaluate Delivery Options to Demonstrate Value
  • Appraise Stakeholders of Value Gain Progress

Task 3: Evaluate and Address External Business Environment Changes for Impact on Scope

  • Survey Changes to External Business Environment
  • Assess and Prioritise Impact on Project Scope or Backlog Based on Changes in External Business Environment
  • Recommend Options for Scope or Backlog Changes
  • Continually Review External Business Environment for Impacts on Project Scope or Backlog

Task 4: Support Organisational Change

  • Assess Organisational Culture
  • Evaluate Impact of Organisational Change to Project and Determine Required Actions
  • Evaluate Impact of Project to Organisation and Determine Required Actions

 

The Knowledge Academy is a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P) and is approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. R.E.P Licensed Provider. ID: 3444. This PMP® Training Course satisfies the 35 hours of contact required to take the PMP® Exam.

PMP is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMI is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMBOK is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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Who should attend this Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Prep Boot Camp?

The PMP® Certification Exam Has Changed - The latest version of the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam launched on 2 January 2021.

Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification is an industry approved qualification for project managers. PMP® shows the education, experience, skill, and competency required to manage and direct projects. Project Management Professional (PMP)® is very much in demand certification provided by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Project Management Institute certification and certifications are identified by their global application and development, which makes them portable over industries and geographic borders. The PMP certification explains to clients, employers, and colleagues that a project manager should have project management experience, understanding and skills to take projects towards the successful completion.

In this Days Project Management Professional (PMP)® course, delegates will become familiar with ways to attack issues or problems with optimal actions to achieve project success. This training will provide knowledge about various strategies to plan and manage procurement. Delegates will also get to know about project methodology and practices for effectively and efficiently managing projects. This course will be taught by our expert trainers who have years of experience in teaching such courses.

PMP® Exam Prep Boot Camp Course Prerequisites

No prior certifications are required, but delegates will thrive if they possess experience or knowledge of:

  • Leading Projects
  • Managing Projects

PMP® Exam Prerequisites

To apply for the exam, The Project Management Institute (PMI)® requires that you have either:

  • A four-year degree (Bachelor’s or Global degree), 4,500 hours leading or directing projects, and 35 hours of project management education
  • A Secondary Degree (High school diploma or equivalent), 7,500 hours leading or directing projects, and 35 hours of project management education

Please note, this course provides you with 37.5 hours of project management education, therefore fills the last criterion for the two prerequisite options.

PMP is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

 

Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Prep Boot Camp Training Overview

The PMP® Certification Exam Has Changed - The latest version of the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam launched on 2 January 2021.

Project Managers are imperative in every industry, and the fundamental concepts that determine the success of a manager do not drastically differ between industries - hence The Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential is a widely recognized and renowned certification which is beneficial for progressive Project Managers looking to enhance their qualification portfolio, management competencies, credibility, salary, and employability prospects.

This Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Prep Boot Camp Training Course allows you to develop your project management self-efficacy and delivery techniques, to make you a proficient Project Manager across a variety of projects, regardless of size, scope, or budget.

Cantered around the ‘Project Management Body of Knowledge', (PMBOK® Guide 6th edition), the PMP® Exam Prep Boot Camp Training Course is designed to enhance your knowledge and project management credibility - demonstrating that you have extensive experience, education, and awareness of applicable management techniques.

Given the comprehensive entry requirements, this qualification is a signifier of professionalism that only the most elite Project Managers can attain - elevating your credibility and integrity, in a competitive market.

Our highly engaging instructors are there to help you tailor your learning to specific professional and personal development needs - proactive and practical elements of the PMP® Exam Prep Boot Camp Training Course will help you develop transferable skills. Critical decisions are pivotal in determining whether a Project Manager is deemed capable or not, hence, having extensive knowledge can help to justify business cases and ensure that informed decisions are made, rather than impulsive choices.

As the demand for astute Project Managers increases, parallel to the requirement for projects to be punctual, of quality, and within budget, the PMP® certification positions candidates optimally to be able to contribute to the completion of projects.

The Knowledge Academy is an Authorized Training Partner (A.T.P) and is approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. This PMP® Training Course satisfies the 35 hours of contact required to take the PMP® Exam.

 

PMP is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMI is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMBOK is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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The Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Prep Boot Camp Information

The PMP® Certification Exam Has Changed - The latest version of the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam launched on 2 January 2021. Exam is not included with the course fee and will need to be purchased separately.

Delegates shall be provided with:

  • Instructor-led training both Online and in the classroom.
  • Guidance on the Exam application process.
  • 37.5 PMI Required Contact Hours of project management education.
  • A course completion certificate to validate course attendance.
  • Free exam questions and exam tips from the experts.

The Exam consists of:

  • 200 MCQs. 175 are scored questions and 25 are unscored, pre-test questions (these do not get counted towards your final score)
  • 4 hours to complete the exam with no scheduled breaks
  • The exam is in English however if you require additional language aids, they are provided in 14 other languages at no extra cost
  • A calculator is provided (you may not bring your own)

The exam covers 3 key areas in Project Management. The percentages detail what percentage of the questions are covered in each area:

  1. People (42%)
  2. Process (50%)
  3. Business Environment (8%)

Total – 100%

The pass mark is not set. It is dependent on how you answer questions that are of varying levels of difficulty. Please do not confuse the pass mark with being 61%; it was previously 61% but is no longer a set percentage.

From the date you pass your exam, you have three years to earn 60 PDUs. Every subsequent three years also requires a further 60 PDUs. One Professional Development Unit is equivalent to one hour of learning or activity in Project management. You can achieve your 60 PDUs with further education, organising meetings, watching videos, participation in online or digital media.

To apply for the exam, The Project Management Institute (PMI)® requires that you have either:

  • A four-year degree (Bachelor’s or Global degree), 4,500 hours leading or directing projects, and 35 hours of project management education
  • A Secondary Degree (High school diploma or equivalent), 7,500 hours leading or directing projects, and 35 hours of project management education

Please note, this course provides you with 37.5 hours of project management education, therefore fills the last criterion for the two prerequisite options.

Money Back Guarantee

We are so confident in our PMP® course that we offer a full money-back guarantee if you do not pass the exam after 3 attempts. All we require is for you to sit the exam within 30 days of completing a class, attend all class days and complete all class assignments, including your PMP® practice exams.

The Knowledge Academy is a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P) and is approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. This PMP® Training Course satisfies the 35 hours of contact required to take the PMP® Exam.

PMP is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMI is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMBOK is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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accredited by

Our PMI course is accredited by PMI

Online Instructor-led (3 days)

Classroom (3 days)

Online Self-paced (24 hours)

Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) ® Certification outline

This PMI-ACP® Certification course is comprised of 3 days of training with an expert instructor but does not include the PMI-ACP® Certification examination as part of the course. It aims to provide delegates with a wide-ranging knowledge of Agile methodologies by covering the following seven domains:

  • Agile Principles and Mindset
    • Delegates will explore and apply the different agile principles and mindsets within the context of the project team and organisation.
  • Value Driven Delivery
    • Delegates will learn how to deliver valuable results by producing high value increments for review.
  • Stakeholder Engagement
    • Delegates will understand current and future stakeholder engagements by building a trusting environment that aligns to their needs and expectations.
  • Team Performance
    • Delegate will learn how to create an environment of trust, learning, collaboration, and conflict resolution that is promotes self-organisation whilst enhancing relationships among team members.
  • Adaptive Planning
    • Delegates will explore how to produce and maintain an evolving plan, from initiation to closure. This can be based on goals, values, risks, constraints, stakeholder feedback, and review findings.
  • Problem Detection and Resolution
    • Delegates will understand how to continuously identify problems, impediments, and risk. You will also learn how to prioritize and resolve in a timely manner.
  • Continuous Improvement
    • Delegates will understand how to continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and value of the product, the process, and the team.

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo, PMI, and PMI-ACP are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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Who Should Attend this PMI Training Course?

This PMI-ACP® course is intended to provide certification of an individual’s project management experience and skill with Agile methodologies. Therefore, this course would be most beneficial for:

  • Experienced Project Managers
  • Experience Agile Software Developers
  • Agile Team Members
  • Aspiring Team Leaders

Prerequisites

To apply for the Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) ® Certification exam, you must have all the following:

  • 2000 hours of project experience
  • 1500 hours of experience with Agile methodologies or on Agile teams
  • 21 hours of contact training in Agile practices

 

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo and PMI-ACP are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) ® Certification Overview

This 3-day PMI-ACP® Certification course, taught by our expert trainers, is designed to certify that delegates have experience in using Agile methodologies. Agile is one of the world’s most popular approaches to software development, owing to its focus on flexibility, responsiveness to change, and valuing individual users. As a set of principles and methodologies, Agile does not apply specifically to any one industry and is accordingly popular in a wide range of organisations and sectors. This PMI-ACP® course aims to remind delegates about the basic methodologies and 12 Principles underpinning Agile before moving on to different approaches to Agile development, including Scrum, Kanban, SAFe Agile, Dynamic Systems Development Method, and many more.

Designed for advanced Project Managers, passing the PMI-ACP® examination provides proof to employers of an individual’s skill, experience, and knowledge of Agile concepts, making employees stand out even in an environment of professionals with other Agile experience

PMI®, established in 1969, is a professional membership association for Project Managers and those involved with project management and provides globally recognised standards for project management. The PMI-ACP® Certification combines the popular principles of Agile with the rigorous standards and stature of PMI® for the first time, providing certified individuals with quantifiable proof of their Agile expertise. As such, the PMI-ACP® Certification is the fastest-growing certification offered by PMI® and increases the versatility and employability of candidates who are successful in achieving this certification.

Taking this PMI-ACP® course with The Knowledge Academy will ensure that you benefit from the knowledge of our expert trainers and edifying course materials. Moreover, The Knowledge Academy has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. As a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), The Knowledge Academy has agreed to abide by the PMI®-established quality assurance criteria and has been approved by PMI® to issue PDUs for our courses. R.E.P. Licensed Provider. ID: 3444.

 

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo and PMI-ACP are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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What's Included in this PMI Training Course?

  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Refreshments

PMI-ACP Exam Details

The PMI-ACP® examination is not included as part of this course from The Knowledge Academy, but the course is designed to prepare delegates for attempting the PMI-ACP® examination. It takes the following format:

  • A multiple-choice examination
  • The paper contains 120 questions
  • 3-hour duration

 

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo and PMI-ACP are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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accredited by

Our PMI course is accredited by PMI

Online Instructor-led (3 days)

Classroom (3 days)

Online Self-paced (24 hours)

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® Exam Prep Boot Camp Syllabus

This 3-day exam prep boot camp results in a certificate for the 23 Professional Development Units (PDUs) required applying for the exam.

There will be some homework throughout the course. The exam must be booked separately through Project Management Institute (PMI)®.

The course covers the following areas:

  • Introduction to Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® certification and the "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)"
  • Projects, Programs and Portfolios
  • Organisation Structures
  • Project and Product Lifecycles
  • Process Groups Overview      
  • Knowledge Areas Overview
  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Time Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Communication Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Procurement Management Plan 

The Knowledge Academy is an Accredited Training Provider, and we are approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute. This PMP® Training Course satisfies the 35 hours of contact required to take the PMP® Exam.

PMP is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

CAPM is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMI is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMBOK is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

 

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Who Should Attend this CAPM Training Course?

We recommend this course for anybody interested in Project Management.

Prerequisites

Anybody can attend the course, but to apply for the exam, the Project Management Institute (PMI)® requires that you have:

  • A Secondary Diploma or equivalent
  • 23 hours of formal project management education (this is fulfilled by the course)

You will need to purchase a copy of the "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge" (PMBOK® Guide) to refer to throughout the course.

The Knowledge Academy is an Accredited Training Provider, and we are approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute. This PMP® Training Course satisfies the 35 hours of contact required to take the PMP® Exam.

PMP is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

CAPM is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMI is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMBOK is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® Exam Prep Boot Camp Overview 

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® is the entry-level qualification offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. Designed for Project Managers or project management students with little experience, it is the ideal foundation qualification for individuals looking to initiate a career in project management or demonstrate their knowledge of project management to an employer when in a contributory role.

This 3-day exam prep boot camp covers all topic areas required to pass the exam. It covers the knowledge areas and process groups contained in the latest "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)" as well as related concepts, tools, and techniques.

As an excellent starting training course for aspiring Project Managers, this course educates candidates on how to utilise the PMBOK® Guide and what the best practice project management methodology is too. The syllabus covers a wide breadth of topics, from the essential processes required to monitor and control a project through to the wider context in which the project is being managed.

 

The Knowledge Academy is an Accredited Training Provider, and we are approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute. This PMP® Training Course satisfies the 35 hours of contact required to take the PMP® Exam.

PMP is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

CAPM is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMI is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMBOK is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® Exam

The exam must be booked and taken externally through the Project Management Institute (PMI)® website. The exam is based on the chapters of the (PMBOK® Guide). The exam consists of:

  • Multiple Choice Questions
  • 135 Marked Questions
  • 15 Pre-test Questions
  • 3 Hours

What's included in this CAPM Training Course?

The following is included in this PMP® course:

  • PDUs (The Knowledge Academy is an Accredited Training Provider, and we are approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute)
  • Experienced Trainer
  • Certificate
  • Refreshments

The Knowledge Academy is an Accredited Training Provider, and we are approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute. This PMP® Training Course satisfies the 35 hours of contact required to take the PMP® Exam.

PMP is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

CAPM is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMI is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMBOK is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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Online Instructor-led (3 days)

Classroom (3 days)

Online Self-paced (24 hours)

Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® Course Outline

Domain 1: Strategic Alignment

  • Task 1: Understand the Strategic Priorities
  • Task 2: Create a Basis for Decision Making
  • Task 3: Provide a Guiding Framework
  • Task 4: Create Portfolio Scenarios
  • Task 5: Evaluate and Select Viable Options
  • Task 6: Provide Governance with a Rationale for Decision Making
  • Task 7: Sustain Strategic Alignment
  • Task 8: Confirm and Communicate the Portfolio Components

Domain 2: Governance

  • Task 1: Support Effective Decision Making
  • Task 2: Establish Consistent Portfolio Management Practices
  • Task 3: Manage the Portfolio Efficiently and Effectively
  • Task 4: Create the Portfolio Management Plan
  • Task 5: Authorise the Execution of the Portfolio

Domain 3: Portfolio Performance

  • Task 1: Authorise Portfolio Structure and Activate Components
  • Task 2: Collect and Consolidate Key Performance Metrics Data
  • Task 3: Monitor the Portfolio Performance
  • Task 4: Manage and Escalate Issues
  • Task 5: Manage Portfolio Changes
  • Task 6: Balanced Portfolio and Prioritise Portfolio Components
  • Task 7: Analyse and Optimise the Consolidated Allocation/Reallocation
  • Task 8: Facilitate Reallocation of Organisational Resources to Portfolio
  • Task 9: Measure Aggregated Portfolio Performance Results
  • Task 10: Maintain Records by Capturing Portfolio Artifacts

Domain 4: Portfolio Risk Management

  • Task 1: Provide Input to Governance
  • Task 2: Develop the Portfolio Risk Management Plan
  • Task 3: Perform Dependency Analysis
  • Task 4: Develop, Monitor, and Maintain Portfolio-Level Risk Register
  • Task 5: Promote Stakeholder Ownership of Portfolio Risks
  • Task 6: Optimise Portfolio Strategic Goals and Objectives

Domain 5: Communications Management

  • Task 1: Analyse Internal and External Stakeholders
  • Task 2: Create the Aggregate Communication Strategy and Plan
  • Task 3: Engage Stakeholders
  • Task 4: Maintain the Communication Strategy and Plan
  • Task 5: Facilitate Stakeholder Understanding of Portfolio Management
  • Task 6: Maintain Credibility and Satisfaction with All Stakeholders

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Prerequisites

To apply for the exam, The Project Management Institute (PMI)® states that you have either:

  • A four-year degree (bachelor's degree or the global equivalent), 48 months of portfolio management experience
  • A secondary degree (high school diploma, associate's degree or the global equivalent), 84 months of portfolio management experience

Audience

This Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® training provided by The Knowledge Academy is ideal for anyone who wants to develop a broad understanding of portfolio management. However, it will be more beneficial for executives or senior-level practitioner's roles.

Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® Course Overview

The art and science of choosing and supervising a set of investments that match a client's or company's long-term financial goals and risk tolerance is known as portfolio management. Portfolio management guarantees that an association can hold its project selection and implementation success. Studying Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® training will help delegates to effectively and efficiently manage the portfolios to fulfil strategic objectives. The Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® certification validates individuals’ knowledge and skills in handling the associations' capital advancement. It helps individuals combine all the investments into one portfolio, which allows them to easily track and compare the result of assets. Having portfolio management skills will surely help individuals to undertake a variety of tremendous job opportunities.

This 3-day Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® training course covers all the essential topics to help delegates become fully familiar with portfolio management. During this training, delegates will learn about the creation of the aggregate communication strategy and plan. They will also learn how to sustain strategic alignment, provide input to governance, develop the portfolio risk management plan, perform dependency analysis, provide a guiding framework, etc. Our highly professional trainer with years of experience in teaching such courses will conduct this training course and will help you get a complete understanding of this course.

This training will also cover the following essential concepts, such as:

  • Manage and escalate issues
  • Monitor the portfolio performance
  • Engage stakeholders
  • Create the portfolio management plan
  • Manage portfolio changes
  • Measure aggregated portfolio performance results

After attending this Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® training course, delegates will be able to manage the portfolio efficiently and effectively. They will also be able to demonstrate progress towards achieving business or strategic goals and maintain credibility and satisfaction with all stakeholders.

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  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (3 days)

Online Self-paced (24 hours)

Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Course Outline

Domain 1: Strategic Program Management

  • Task 1: Perform an Initial Program Assessment
  • Task 2: Establish a High-Level Road Map with Milestones and Preliminary Estimates
  • Task 3: Define the High-Level Road Map/Framework
  • Task 4: Define the Program Mission Statement by Evaluating the Stakeholders' Concerns and Expectations
  • Task 5: Evaluate the Organisation's Capability by Consulting with Organisational Leaders
  • Task 6: Identify Organisational Benefits for the Potential Program Using Research Methods
  • Task 7: Estimate the High Level Financial and Non-financial Benefits of the Program
  • Task 8: Evaluate Program Objectives
  • Task 9: Obtain Organisational Leadership Approval for the Program
  • Task 10: Identify and Evaluate Integration Opportunities and Needs within Program and Operational Activities
  • Task 11: Exploit Strategic Opportunities for Change

Domain 2: Program Life Cycle

Part 1: Initiating the Program

  • Task 1: Develop Program Charter Using Input from all Stakeholders
  • Task 2: Translate Strategic Objectives into High-Level Program Scope Statements
  • Task 3: Develop a High-Level Milestone Plan
  • Task 4: Develop an Accountability Matrix by Identifying and Assigning Program Roles and Responsibilities
  • Task 5: Define Standard Measurement Criteria for Success for all Constituent Projects
  • Task 6: Conduct Program Kick-Off with Key Stakeholders by Holding Meetings

Part 2: Planning the Program

  • Task 7: Develop a Detailed Program Scope Statement
  • Task 8: Develop Program WBS
  • Task 9: Establish the Program Management Plan and Schedule
  • Task 10: Optimise the Program Management Plan
  • Task 11: Define Project Management Information System (PMIS)
  • Task 12: Identify and Manage Unresolved Project-Level Issues
  • Task 13: Develop the Transition/Integration/Closure Plan by Defining Exit Criteria
  • Task 14: Develop Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  • Task 15: Monitor Key Human Resources for Program and Project Roles

Part 3: Executing the Program

  • Task 16: Charter and Initiate Constituent Projects
  • Task 17: Establish Consistency
  • Task 18: Establish a Communication Feedback Process
  • Task 19: Lead Human Resource Functions
  • Task 20: Review Project Managers' Performance in Executing the Project as per the Project Plan
  • Task 21: Execute the Appropriate Program Management Plans
  • Task 22: Consolidate Project and Program Data Using Predefined Program Plan Reporting Tools and Methods
  • Task 23: Evaluate the Program's Status
  • Task 24: Approve Closure of Constituent Projects Upon Completion of Defined Deliverables

Part 4: Controlling the Program

  • Task 25: Analyse Variances and Trends in Costs, Schedule, Quality, and Risks
  • Task 26: Update Program Plans by Incorporating Corrective Actions
  • Task 27: Manage Program Level Issues
  • Task 28: Manage Changes According to the Change Management Plan
  • Task 29: Conduct Impact Assessments for Program Changes and Recommend Decisions
  • Task 30: Manage Risk as per the Risk Management Plan

Part 5: Closing the Program

  • Task 31: Complete a Program Performance Analysis Report
  • Task 32: Obtain Stakeholder Approval for Program Closure
  • Task 33: Execute the Transition and/or Close-Out of all Program and Constituent Project Plans
  • Task 34: Conduct the Post-Review Meeting
  • Task 35: Report Lessons Learned and Best Practices Observed and Archive to the Knowledge Repository

Domain 3: Benefits Management

  • Task 1: Develop the Benefits Realisation Plan and its Measurement Criteria
  • Task 2: Identify and Capture Synergies and Efficiencies Identified Throughout the Program Life Cycle
  • Task 3: Develop a Sustainment Plan that Identifies the Processes, Measures, Metrics, and Tools Necessary for Management of Benefits Beyond the Completion of the Program
  • Task 4: Monitor the Metrics
  • Task 5: Verify that the Close, Transition, and Integration of Constituent Projects and the Program Meet the Benefit Realisation Criteria
  • Task 6: Maintain a Benefit Register and Record Program Progress
  • Task 7: Analyse and Update the Benefits Realisation and Sustainment Plans
  • Task 8: Develop a Transition Plan to Operations

Domain 4: Stakeholder Management

  • Task 1: Identify Stakeholders
  • Task 2: Perform Stakeholder Analysis
  • Task 3: Negotiate the Support of Stakeholders
  • Task 4: Generate and Maintain Visibility for the Program and Confirm Stakeholder Support
  • Task 5: Define and Maintain Communications Adapted to Different Stakeholders
  • Task 6: Evaluate Risks Identified by Stakeholders
  • Task 7: Develop and Foster Relationships with Stakeholders

Domain 5: Governance

  • Task 1: Develop Program and Project Management Standards and Structure
  • Task 2: Select a Governance Model Structure
  • Task 3: Obtain Authorisation(s) and Approval(s)
  • Task 4: Evaluate Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  • Task 5: Develop and/or Utilise the Program Management Information System, and Integrate Different Processes as Needed
  • Task 6: Regularly Evaluate New and Existing Risks that Impact Strategic Objectives
  • Task 7: Establish Escalation Policies and Procedures
  • Task 8: Develop and/or Contribute to an Information Repository
  • Task 9: Identify and Apply Lessons Learned
  • Task 10: Monitor the Business Environment, Program Functionality Requirements, and Benefits Realisation
  • Task 11: Develop and Support the Program Integration Management Plan

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Prerequisites

To apply for the Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Certification, PMI® requires applicants to fulfil one of the following educational and professional experience requirements:

  • Have a high school diploma (secondary diploma, associate degree, or global equivalent), 4 years of project management experience or PMP, and 7 years of program management experience within the last 15 years.

OR

  • Possess a four-year degree (bachelor's degree or higher degree, or its global equivalent), 4 years of project management experience or PMP, and 4 years of program management experience in the last 15 years.

Audience

This Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Training can be attended by anyone having the pre-knowledge and who wants to gain a comprehensive understanding of program management and boost their career. However, individuals working as program and project managers can thrive by attending this training.

Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Course Overview

Program management is a strategic approach used to simultaneously implement and manage various interrelated projects to accomplish common objectives. A program manager plays a crucial role in coordinating projects, ensuring that various projects' goals aren't conflicting, and managing day to day project activities to ensure smooth program delivery. Using program management practices enable professionals to process project requests from an organisational viewpoint and provides maximum ROI (Return on Investment). This Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Training is designed to provide all the required knowledge and resources to individuals who strive to gain the program management skills and want to get successful in their organisational initiatives. Gaining required program management skills through this PgMP® training will help individuals in their career progression and get higher job profiles.

This 3-day Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Training course will provide delegates with the advanced experience, knowledge, and skills required to define and manage multiple projects and deliver important organisational objectives. Delegates will learn to perform an initial program assessment, estimate the program's financial and non-financial benefits, initiate the program, evaluate the program's status, etc. They will also learn to control and close programs, develop a transition plan to operations, perform stakeholder analysis, and many more concepts. This Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Training will be conducted by our highly skilled trainer with years of experience teaching project and program management courses.

Other than the above concepts, this training will also cover the following concepts:

  • Integration opportunities and needs within the program and operational activities
  • Standard measurement criteria for success for all constituent projects
  • Monitoring key human resources for program and project roles
  • Benefits realisation and sustainment plans
  • Developing and fostering relationships with stakeholders
  • Establishing escalation policies and procedures

After attending this Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Training, delegates will be able to identify opportunities and benefits to fulfil the organisation's strategic goals by program implementation. They will also be able to encourage better integration and coordination of multiple projects for the overall benefit of an organisation.

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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (4 days)

Classroom (4 days)

Online Self-paced (32 hours)

PMI Risk Management Professional PMI-RMP®​ Course Outline

Domain 1: Risk Strategy and Planning

Module 1: Risk Assessment Processes

  • Develop Risk Assessment Processes
  • Tools that Quantify Stakeholder Risk Tolerances
  • Determine Risk Thresholds for the Project
  • Set Criteria for Risk Levels

Module 2: Risk Policies and Procedures

  • Scope of Risk Management Policies
  • Outputs of Risk Audits
  • Improve Risk Management Effectiveness

Module 3: Develop Risk Strategy

  • Develop and Recommend Project Risk Strategy

Module 4: Creating Risk Management Plan

  • Risk Management Plan
  • Project Information
  • External Factors
  • Stakeholder Inputs
  • Industry Policies and Procedures

Module 5: Establish Evaluation Criteria for Risk Management Processes

  • When Should You Create Evaluation Criteria?
  • Measure Effectiveness of the Project Risk Process

Domain 2: Stakeholder Engagement

Module 1: Common Understanding of the Value of Risk Management

  • Value of Risk (VoR)

Module 2: Risk Principles and Processes

  • Risk Principles
  • Risk Processes

Module 3: Implementing Risk Processes

  • Identify the Risk
  • Analyse the Risk
  • Evaluate and Rank the Risk
  • Treat the Risk
  • Monitor and Review the Risk

Module 4: Identify Stakeholder Risk Attitudes

  • Factors that Affect the Risk Attitude
    • Risk Appetite
    • Risk Tolerance
    • Risk Threshold

Module 5: Risk Prioritisation Process

  • Describing Risk Levels

Module 6: Risk Process Facilitation and Risk Reporting

  • Risk Process Facilitation
    • Characteristics of the Facilitator
  • Risk Reporting
    • Why Is Risk Reporting Important?

Module 7: Roles and Responsibilities of Stakeholder

  • Executive Sponsor
  • Project Lead
  • Project Coordinator
  • Functional/Technical Lead
  • Team Member (Subject Matter Experts - SMEs)

Module 8: Effective Communication Techniques

  • Ways to Effectively Communicate with Stakeholders
    • Schedule a Meeting
    • Send Out a Newsletter
    • Separate Online “Screen to Screen” Meetings
    • Project Summary Report
    • Schedule a Conference Call
    • Lunch meetings

Domain 3: Risk Process Facilitation

Module 1: Determine Risk Levels

  • Why Should Project Managers Determine Risk?
  • How does a Project Manager Determine the Risk Level of a Project?

Module 2: Determine the Risk Exposure of the Project

  • How to Calculate Risk Exposure?
  • Various Types of Risk Exposures

Module 3: Development of an Aligned Risk Response Strategy

  • Strategies for Handling Operational, Strategic, Legal or Any Other Risks You Recognise in Your Organisation
    • Avoid
    • Reduce
    • Transfer
    • Accept

Module 4: Project Contingency Reserve

  • Contingency

Module 5: Cost and Schedule Analysis

  • Defining Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis
  • Why Conduct Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis?

Module 6: Enhance the Likelihood of Project Success

  • Organising Every Aspect
  • Thorough Analysing and Strict Management
  • Accounting and Budgeting
  • Revising and Adapting

Domain 4: Risk Monitoring and Reporting

Module 1: Techniques to Maintain Project Risk Information

  • Create a Risk Register
  • Identify Risks
  • Identify Opportunities
  • Determine Likelihood and Impact
  • Determine the Response
  • Estimation
  • Assign owners
  • Regularly Review Risks
  • Report on Risks

Module 2: Integrating Risk Management

Module 3: Risk Related Metrics

  • Some Primary Metrics Which are Related to Risks

Module 4: Monitoring Risk Metrics

  • Risk Metrics Reporting
  • Importance of Risk Metrics and Risk Indicators
  • Example of Key Risk Indicators

Module 5: Analyse Risk Process Using Risk Metrics

  • Combination of Measures

Module 6: Internal and External Inputs in Risk management

  • Inputs of The Planning Risk Management Process
    • Project Scope Statement
    • Cost Management Plan
    • Schedule Management Plan
    • Communication Management Plan
    • Enterprise Environmental Factors
    • Organisational Process Assets

Module 7: Risk Audits and Risk Process Reports

  • Risk Audits
    • Application
    • Procedures
  • Risk Process Reports

Domain 5: Perform Specialised Risk Analyses

Module 1: Evaluate the Attributes of Identify Risks

  • Methods of Qualitative Risk Assessment
  • Methods of Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Calculating Risk Exposure Quantitatively
  • Estimating Risk Exposure Qualitatively

Module 2: Analysing Risk Data Using Statistical Analysis

  • Steps of General Process of the Project Management Analytics

Module 3: Advanced Tools for Risk Analysis

  • Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Event Chain Methodology

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Prerequisites 

Anybody can attend the course, but to apply for the PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Certification, PMI® requires applicants to fulfil one of the following educational and professional experience requirements:

  • Hold secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent), 36 months of project risk management experience within the last 5 years, and 40 hours of project risk management education.

OR

  • Possess a four-year degree (bachelor’s or higher degree, or its global equivalent), 24 months of project risk management experience within the last 5 years, and 30 hours of project risk management education.

Audience 

This PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Training course is designed for anyone who wants advanced knowledge and skills to identify and manage risks effectively. However, this course is more beneficial for professionals working in the following job roles:

  • Project Managers
  • Team Leads
  • Project Associates
  • Project Analysts
  • Project Coordinators

PMI Risk Management Professional PMI-RMP®​ Course Overview

Risk management is the process of recognising, analysing, and responding to any risks that occur throughout a project life cycle. It helps the project to remain on track and achieve its objectives. Risk management professionals help organisations to identify, analyse, and document the risks within their business methods. PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® certification validates the competency and expertise of individuals to assess and identify project risks, the ability to decrease threats, and how they capitalise on opportunities to increase the success rates of their projects. PMI-RMP® training offers globally recognised project risk management tools, terminologies, best practices, and techniques for operating small and large projects. Pursuing PMI-RMP® in career journey will help individuals grow professionally with numerous opportunities to work on higher posts.

In this PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Training course, delegates will learn to develop risk assessment processes and tools that quantify stakeholder risk tolerances to assess and determine risk thresholds for the projects. Further, they will gain in-depth knowledge to update their risk policies and processes that they had learned from previous projects and outcomes of risk audits to improve their risk management efficiency. The Knowledge Academy’s highly skilled and professional trainer who has years of experience will conduct this PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Training course and help the delegates to master the risk management skills.

 

This Training course will cover various essential concepts, such as:

  • Risk assessment processes
  • Risk policies and procedures
  • Develop risk strategy
  • Creating risk management plan
  • Risk principles and processes
  • Implementing risk processes

After attending this training, delegates will be able to provide risk-related recommendations to stakeholders relevant to risk strategies and planning, risk processes facilitation, risk reporting, and specialised risk. They will also be able to access stakeholder risk tolerance using processes and tools, such as interviewing stakeholders and reviewing historical stakeholder behaviours.

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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (4 days)

Classroom (4 days)

Online Self-paced (32 hours)

Course Outline

Domain 1: Schedule Strategy

  • Task 1: Establish Project Schedule Configuration Management Policies and Procedures
  • Task 2: Develop Schedule Approach
  • Task 3: Establish Scheduling Policies and Procedures Regarding Methodology Selection
  • Task 4: Develop the Scheduling-Related Components for Project Management Plans
  • Task 5: Provide Information about Project Scheduling Objectives and Goals

Domain 2: Schedule Planning and Development

  • Task 1: Ensure Completion of the Project Scope
  • Task 2: Define Activities and Milestones
  • Task 3: Develop an Overall Schedule Model
  • Task 4: Develop a Logical and Dynamic Schedule Model
  • Task 5: Identify Critical and Near-Critical Path(s)
  • Task 6: Define the Resource-Constrained Schedule
  • Task 7: Calculate the Resource-Constrained Schedule
  • Task 8: Accomplishment of Overall Program Objectives
  • Task 9: Analyse Major Milestones Against SOW
  • Task 10: Perform Schedule Risk Analysis
  • Task 11: Establish an Approved Baseline Schedule
  • Task 12: Enable Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB)

Domain 3: Schedule Monitoring and Controlling

  • Task 1: Update and Review the Project Progress
  • Task 2: Report on Resource Utilisation and Availability
  • Task 3: Perform Schedule Analysis and Audit
  • Task 4: Identify Alternative Project Execution Options
  • Task 5: Establish a New Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB)
  • Task 6: Maintain an Accurate Schedule and Facilitate Forensic Schedule Analysis

Domain 4: Schedule Closeout

  • Task 1: Obtain Final Acceptance of the Contractual Schedule Components
  • Task 2: Identify Lessons Learned and Develop Best Practices
  • Task 3: Improve Business Processes
  • Task 4: Distribute Final Schedule Reports
  • Task 5: Archive Schedule Files

Domain 5: Stakeholder Communications Management

  • Task 1: Enhance Support for the Project Schedule
  • Task 2: Maintain Stakeholder Support
  • Task 3: Maintain Stakeholder Awareness
  • Task 4: Elevate Awareness to Relevant Stakeholders

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Prerequisites

For being eligible in this PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)® Certification, delegates must fulfil one of the following educational and professional experience requirements:

  • Secondary degree or global equivalent
  • 40 months of project scheduling experience within the last 5 years
  • 40 hours of project scheduling education

OR

  • Four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or global equivalent)
  • 24 months of project scheduling experience within the last 5 years
  • 30 hours of project scheduling education

Audience

This PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)® Training is designed for anyone who wants to gain the advanced knowledge and skills required to develop, manage, and maintain project schedules effectively. However, this course is more beneficial for professionals in the following job roles:

  • Project Managers
  • Team Leads
  • Project Associates
  • Project Analysts
  • Project Coordinators

Course Overview

Project scheduling is a comprehensive process of designing a project's schedule that describes the project stages, dependencies, tasks in every stage. It brings together all the project-related information in a single place that opens doors for seamless opportunities for communication among the project managers, stakeholders, and other team members. Effective project scheduling plays a critical role in setting realistic time frames, keeping projects in the right direction, properly assigning resources, and managing quality to reduce product errors. Project scheduling plays an important role in every project's successful completion within a given budget. PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)® Training will help learners to gain in-depth knowledge and skills of scheduling projects. Obtaining a proper understanding of scheduling projects will help learners get numerous job opportunities in many reputed organisations and will eventually support their career growth.

Our PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)® Training course aims to provide delegates with a comprehensive knowledge of how to schedule the project effectively. During this course, delegates will learn to maintaining an accurate schedule, facilitating forensic schedule analysis, and establishing a new performance measurement baseline. They will also learn about various essential topics such as developing a scheduled approach, developing an overall schedule model, analysing major milestones, performing measurement baseline, distributing final schedule reports, etc. Our highly professional trainer with years of experience in teaching such courses will conduct this training and will help delegates gain a complete understanding of scheduling and running projects successfully.

This training will also cover the following concepts:

  • Define activities and milestones
  • Define resource-constrained schedule
  • Analyse major milestones against SOW
  • Improve business processes
  • Distribute final schedule reports

At the end of this PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)® Training course, delegates will be able to maintain an accurate schedule and facilitate forensic schedule analysis effectively. They will also be able to calculate the resource-constrained schedule and analyse major milestones easily.

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Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Course Outline

Module 1: Project Management Fundamentals and Core Concepts

Module 2: Business Analysis Frameworks

Module 3: Traditional Plan-Based Methodologies

Module 4: Agile Methodologies

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Prerequisites

In this PMI Project Management Ready training course, there are no formal prerequisites.

Audience

This PMI Project Management Ready training course is suitable for anyone interested in enhancing their knowledge about project management ready.

Course Overview

Project Management Institute (PMI) is the world’s leading professional association to grow a community of Project Management professionals and change-makers across the globe. Project Management methodology which empowers individuals to convert ideas into reality. It enables individuals to successfully manage their projects, programs, and portfolios in an organisation. By obtaining PMI Project Management Ready certification, individuals can work virtually in any industry by efficiently using Project Management methodology. PMI Project Management Ready certification training helps individuals to supercharge their careers in Project Management across the industries. Pursuing this PMI Project Management Ready training will help individuals open their career doors to get greater opportunities and add a valuable asset to their job profile. 

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  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (4 days)

Online Self-paced (32 hours)

PMI Professional in Business Analysis PMI PBA®​ Course Outline

Domain 1: Needs Assessment

Task 1: Develop a Solution Scope Statement

Task 2: Collect and Analyse Information

Task 3: Align the Product with Organisation's Goals and Objectives

Task 4: Identify Stakeholders

Task 5: Provide a Baseline for Prioritising Requirements

Domain 2: Planning

Task 1: Business Analysis Activities

Task 2: Monitor and Validate the Requirements

Task 3: Establish a Roadmap for Delivering the Expected Solution

Task 4: Establish Standard Protocols for Incorporation into Change Management Plan

Task 5: Establish a Standard for Requirements Traceability and Versioning

Task 6: Define Business Metrics and Acceptance Criteria

Domain 3: Analysis

Task 1: Discover and Capture Requirements with Supporting Details

Task 2: Analyse, Decompose, Elaborate Requirements using Techniques

Task 3: Evaluate Product Options and Capabilities

Task 4: Create a Requirements Baseline

Task 5: Facilitate Stakeholder Consensus and Achieve Stakeholder Approval

Task 6: Requirements Specifications Using Process

Task 7: Validate Requirements using Tools and Techniques

Task 8: Elaborate and Specify Detailed Metrics and Acceptance Criteria

Domain 4: Traceability and Monitoring

Task 1: Track Requirements Using a Traceability Artefact or Tools

Task 2: Ensure the Appropriate Supporting Requirements Artefacts

Task 3: Track Requirements Towards Closure

Task 4: Communicate Requirements Status

Task 5: Maintain the Integrity of the Requirements and Associated Artefacts

Domain 5: Evaluation

Task 1: Determine Whether the Solution Satisfies the Requirements

Task 2: Enable Stakeholders to Resolve Discrepancies

Task 3: Develop Solution Using Decision-Making Techniques

Task 4: Determine How Well the Solution Meets the Business Case and Value Proposition

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Prerequisites

For being eligible in this PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)® Certification, delegates must fulfil one of the following educational and professional experience requirements:

  • Have a secondary degree (high school diploma, associate's degree), 5 years of working experience as practitioners, and 35 contact hours of education in business analysis.

OR

  • Hold a bachelor's degree or higher degree (global equivalent), 3 years of working experience as a practitioner of business analysis, and 35 contact hours of education in business analysis.

Audience

This training is suitable for anyone working with project teams and managing product development requirements in an organisation. However, it will be much more beneficial for:

  • Project Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Business Analysts

PMI Professional in Business Analysis PMI PBA®​ Course Overview

Business analysis is all about identifying, achieving, and finding solutions to business problems as it is becoming essential for project management. A business analyst's role is becoming more important in projects for assuring the quality of the project management tasks. Project Management Institute-Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)® Certification validates a business analyst's skill set and technical expertise. It also validates an individual's knowledge and skills of using business analysis tools and techniques to improve project success. The demand for business analysis is increasing immensely to define business needs, create sustainable solutions for business problems, identify risks and opportunities, etc. Attending this PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)® Training will enable individuals to become PMI-PBA® certified and move their careers in a fresh direction. This training will also allow individuals to grab various business analyst job opportunities and spotlight their valuable skills.

The Knowledge Academy's PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI – PBA)® Training is specially tailored to provide delegates with the comprehensive knowledge of successfully developing their skills in business analysis practices. They will gain an in-depth understanding of various basic to advanced concepts such as developing a solution scope statement and business analysis activities, creating a requirements baseline, communicating requirements status, etc. Our tailored learning material and highly experienced instructor will help delegates to gain the necessary knowledge and enhance their existing business analysis skillset.

Other than the above, this training will also cover the following essential concepts:

  • Documentation management tools and techniques
  • Using elicitation techniques
  • Methods for requirements change control
  • Enable stakeholders to resolve discrepancies
  • Define business metrics and acceptance criteria

After attending this training course, delegates will be able to review business problems and develop a solution statement successfully. They will also be able to identify different channels for communicating requests and methods for requirements change control to make a plan effectively. Attending this training will help delegates to analyse, decompose, and elaborate requirements using various techniques to efficiently identify and analyse the data.

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The Knowledge Academy is a Authorized Training Partner (A.T.P) and is approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.
As soon as you feel adequately prepared - having completed a number of PMP® mock exam questions with a high success rate.
Candidates must book their exam directly with the Project Management Institute (PMI)® - the course fee does not include the examination fee.
Prior to undertaking certification individuals must meet certain predetermined experiential and educational prerequisites. To apply for the exam, it is required that you have either: A four-year degree (Bachelor’s or Global degree), 4,500 hours leading or directing projects, and 35 hours of project management education OR A Secondary Degree (High school diploma or equivalent), 7,500 hours leading or directing projects, and 35 hours of project management education Please note, this course provides you with 37.5 hours of project management education, therefore fills the last criterion for the two prerequisite options.
PDUs, an acronym for Professional Development Units, are a measurement of your commitment to professional development as a Project Manager. PDUs can be acquired through participating in webinars, teaching project management, practising as a Project Manager, and undertaking further project management training courses.
Any bonus PDUs obtained during the 3rd year of the cycle, above the 60 minimum mark, can be transferred to the next cycle. Extra PDUs acquired during the first two years cannot be transferred, this transferring process only applies to the third and final year.
We recommend the following books to help you acquire and build knowledge; ‘PMP®: Project Management Professional Exam Study Guide: Edition 7’ (2013) By Kim Heldman, ‘Preparing for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Exam’ (2005) By Michael W. Newell, ‘PMP® Exam Prep: Rapid Learning to Pass PMI's PMP® Exam--on Your First Try!’ (2011) by Rita Mulcahy and Laurie Diethelm, and ‘Project Management’ (2012) by Dennis Lock.
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