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The Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Outline

Lesson 1: Business Environment 

Topic A: Foundation 

  • Project 
  • Evolution of Project Management 
  • Project Management Office (PMO) 
  • OPM: A System for Value Delivery  
  • Projects, Programs, Portfolios 
  • Organisational Structures 
  • Project Management Principles 
  • Agile  
  • Agile Manifesto for Software Development 
  • Principles Behind the Agile Manifesto 
  • Agile: The “Far Side” of Adaptive Approaches 
  • Tailor Projects to Contexts 
  • Tailor Hybrid Approaches, Processes, Practices and Methods  
  • Activity  

Topic B: Strategic Alignment 

  • PMI Talent Triangle® 
  • Strategic Alignment and Business Management Skills  
  • Organisational Influences  
  • External Business Environment  
  • Internal Business Environment Factors 
  • OPAs and EEFs  
  • Activity 

Topic C: Project Benefits and Value 

  • Business Value  
  • Examine Business Value 
  • Types of Business Value 
  • Needs Assessment  
  • Business Documents 
  • Benefit Measurement Methods  
  • Project Selection Using Present Value (PV) and Net Present Value (NPV) 
  • How OKRs Help Deliver Business Value?  
  • Incremental Value Delivery 

Topic D: Organisational Culture and Change Management 

  • Change Management 
  • Manage Organisational Change Impacts on Projects 
  • Organisational Cultures and Styles  
  • Risk, Culture and Change in Organisations 
  • Change Management Framework 
  • Actions to Support Change  
  • Plan for Change  

Topic E: Project Governance 

  • Project Governance 
  • Governance in Adaptive Projects  
  • Governance Board  
  • Governance Defines Escalation Procedures  
  • Governance and Life Cycles  
  • Project Phases 
  • Apply Governance to Predictive Project Phases  

Topic F: Project Compliance 

  • Compliance 
  • Compliance Requirements  
  • Compliance Categories Classification  
  • Compliance Threats  
  • Treat Compliance as a Project Objective  
  • Activity 

Lesson 2: Start Project 

Topic A: Identify and Engage Stakeholders 

  • Typical Project Stakeholders 
  • Stakeholder and Communications Management 
  • Stakeholder Identification 
  • Assess Stakeholders 
  • Create the Stakeholder Register 
  • Know Stakeholders 
  • Directions of Influence 
  • Salience Model 
  • Stakeholder Perceptions 
  • Capture Stakeholder Feedback and Perceptions 
  • Capture Stakeholder Feedback and Perceptions
  • Communication Requirements Analysis 
  • Communication Methods and Technologies 
  • Communication Challenges and Considerations 
  • Communication Model 
  • Stakeholder Engagement Strategy 

Topic B: Form the Team 

  • Create a Collaborative Team Culture 
  • Project Team Formation   
  • Project Manager Role in Adaptive Teams 
  • Hybrid Team Formation 
  • Project Team Composition 
  • Project Team Roles 
  • Identify Project Resource Requirements 
  • T-Shaped People and Self-Organising Teams 
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Standards 
  • Experts and Expert Judgment 
  • Focus on Team Strengths 
  • Team Norms 
  • PMI® Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct 
  • Team Charter and Ground Rules 
  • Team Communication 
  • Colocated, Virtual or Both? 
  • Virtual Team Challenges 
  • Running Virtual Teams 
  • Virtual Team Communication Technology 
  • Address Virtual Team Member Needs 

Topic C: Build Shared Understanding 

  • Seek Consensus for the Project Among the Team and Stakeholders 
  • Building a Shared Understanding 
  • Project Vision Statement 
  • Holistic Understanding of the Project 
  • Refer to Business Case and Business Needs 
  • Negotiate and Agree on Project Success Criteria 
  • Help Everyone Understand the Vision 
  • Got Agreement on the Project Agreements? 
  • Project Charter 

Topic D: Determine Project Approach 

  • Understand How and Why Approaches Differ 
  • Tailored Development Approaches 
  • Project or Product? 
  • Life Cycle and Development Approach 
  • Predictive Life Cycle 
  • Adaptive Life Cycle 
  • Cadence 
  • Development Approach and Life Cycle Terminology 
  • Hybrid Life Cycle and Development Approach 
  • Hybrid Project Approaches 
  • What Can Be Tailored? 
  • Development Approaches 
  • Assess Complexity 
  • Suitability Filter 
  • Scrum 
  • Scrum Ceremonies 

Lesson 3: Plan the Project 

Topic A: Planning Projects 

  • Project Management Plan 
  • Project Documents 
  • Collaborative Planning 

Topic B: Scope 

  • Adaptability and Resilience in Planning 
  • MVP or MBI? 
  • Product Roadmap 
  • Milestones 
  • Requirements 
  • Requirements Management Plan 
  • Collect Requirements Process 
  • Data Gathering 
  • Represent Data 
  • Context Diagrams 
  • Prototyping 
  • Scope Management Plan 
  • Project Scope Statement 
  • Scope Planning 
  • Create the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) 
  • Decompose Work in the WBS 
  • Scope Baseline 
  • Plan for Transitions / Handovers 
  • Scope Planning in Adaptive Environments 
  • Release and Iteration Planning 
  • Backlogs 
  • User Stories, Story Maps, Roadmaps 
  • Prioritise and Refine the Backlog 

Topic C: Schedule 

  • Schedule Management Plan 
  • Hybrid Schedules 
  • Predictive Schedule Planning 
  • Break Down Project Activities 
  • Activity Dependency Types 
  • Precedence Relationships 
  • Activity Duration Estimate Terminology 
  • Critical Path Method 
  • Network Diagram with Date and Dependencies 
  • Project Schedule 
  • Schedule Presentation Formats 
  • Resource Optimisation 
  • Schedule Compression Techniques 
  • Schedule Baseline 
  • Special Intervals 
  • Schedule Management in Adaptive Environments 
  • Working with Features 
  • Definition of Ready (DoR) and Definition of Done (DoD) 
  • Reprioritise Sprint / Iteration Backlog* 
  • Hybrid Scheduling Models 

Topic D: Resources 

  • Resource Management Plan 
  • Assign Resources and Allocate Responsibilities 
  • Use Resource Calendars 
  • Responsibility Assignment Tools 
  • Adaptive Resource Planning 
  • Filling Resource Needs 
  • Plan the Procurement Strategy 
  • Procurement Management Plan 
  • Procurement Documents 
  • Formal Procurement Processes 
  • Source Selection Criteria 
  • Qualified Vendors 
  • Contracts 
  • Types of Contracts 
  • Components of Contracts 

Topic E: Budget 

  • Budget Planning 
  • Predictive Budget Planning 
  • Check with Organisation 
  • Historical Data 
  • Project Budget 
  • Budget Considerations 

Topic F: Risks 

  • Project Risks 
  • Create Risk Strategy 
  • Refine Risk Management Approach 
  • Inherent Risk 
  • Risk Identification Techniques 
  • Risk Breakdown Structure 
  • Assess Risks 
  • Probability and Impact Matrix 
  • Quantitative Risk Analysis Methods 
  • Risk Response 
  • Plan Risk Response 
  • Risk Response Strategies 

Topic G: Quality 

  • Stakeholder and Customer Expectations of Quality 
  • Quality Management Plan 
  • Compliance Requirements 
  • Quality Standards and Regulations 
  • Discussion 
  • Quality Metrics, Checklists, and Processes 
  • Quality Methods for Continuous Improvement 

Topic H: Integrate Plans 

  • Introduction  
  • Plan for Complexity and Change 
  • How to Approach Complex Plans?

Lesson 4: Lead the Project Team 

Topic A: Craft Your Leadership Skills 

  • Power Skills 
  • Inclusive Leadership Competencies 
  • Interpersonal and Team Skills 
  • Leadership Styles 
  • Leadership Management 
  • Servant Leadership 
  • Growth Mindset 
  • Team-Building 
  • Balance Team Tone with Sense of Urgency 
  • Virtual Team Member Engagement 

Topic B: Create a Collaborative Project Team Environment 

  • Where and How the Team Works?
  • “Agile” Space for Hybrid Teams 
  • Work Information Management Systems 
  • Information Storage and Distribution  
  • Standardise Artifacts 
  • Tailor Artifacts 
  • Maintain Artifacts 
  • Version Control 

Topic C: Empower the Team 

  • Empowerment, Unity, Autonomy 
  • Support Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) 
  • Psychological Safety and Embrace Diversity 
  • McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y 
  • Uphold Team Charter and Ground Rules 
  • Use Rewards and Recognition 
  • Decision-Making 
  • Display Task Accountability 

Topic D: Support Team Member Performance 

  • Manage and Lead 
  • Assess Team Member Performance 
  • Performance Assessment Tasks 
  • Personality Indicators 
  • Personality Research to Coach Team Members 
  • Emotional Intelligence 
  • Social Skills 

Topic E: Communicate and Collaborate with Stakeholders 

  • Monitor Stakeholders  
  • Managing Project Communications 
  • Reports and Formal Communication 
  • How to Collaborate? 
  • Use Information Radiators 
  • Collaboration Activities 
  • Communicate and Collaborate to Negotiate 
  • Meetings 
  • Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix (SEAM) 

Topic F: Training, Coaching and Mentoring 

  • Sharing Culture 
  • How to Acquire Required Competencies? 
  • Plan for Training, Coaching and Mentoring 
  • Value of Training, Coaching and Mentoring 
  • Elements of Training 
  • Coach Teams and Individuals in Project Management 
  • Self-Organising Teams Collaborate and Learn 
  • Measure Training Outcomes 
  • Maintain Mentorships 

Topic G: Manage Conflict 

  • Why Conflict Management Matters?
  • Causes of Conflict 
  • Conflict as Part of Team Culture 
  • How to Handle Conflict?

Lesson 5: Support Project Team Performance  

Topic A: Implement Ongoing Improvements 

  • Continuous Improvement (CI) 
  • Kaizen 
  • Assess Current CI Methods 
  • Conduct Retrospectives 
  • Improve Your Improvement Methods 
  • Update Processes and Standards 
  • Interactive/Discussion 

Topic B: Support Performance 

  • Project Team Leadership Objectives 
  • Manage with Objectives, Tolerances, Thresholds 
  • Optimise Communication 
  • Feedback to Support High Performance 
  • Support Team Task Accountability 
  • Show Roles and Responsibilities 
  • Curate Knowledge as an Asset 
  • Incorporate Knowledge Transfer Opportunities 
  • Knowledge Management 
  • Right Way to Motivate Team 
  • Continuously Realign Team Efforts with Value Delivery 
  • Check on Artifact Maintenance 

Topic C: Evaluate Project Progress 

  • Guidelines to Measuring Performance 
  • Report on Performance 
  • Schedule Management Tools 
  • Task Board 
  • Estimate Velocity 
  • Continuous Flow Diagram 
  • Budget Challenges 
  • Earned Value Management (EVM) 
  • EAC/ETC Analysis 
  • EVM 
  • Manage and Lead Resources 
  • Physical Resource Management 
  • Update Resource Allocation 
  • Handle Contract Changes and Disputes 
  • Quality Management Guidelines 
  • Quality Audit 
  • Control Quality Tools 
  • Control Quality Process 
  • Data Visualisation 
  • Data Visualisation Quality Tool 
  • Ensure Quality of Processes and Product 
  • Verify Deliverables 
  • Evaluate and Manage Risk 
  • Monitor Risks 
  • Review Reserves 
  • Risk Register 
  • Interactive/Discussion 
  • Manage Compliance as the Highest Priority 
  • Examine Business Value 

Topic D: Manage Issues and Impediments 

  • Issue or Impediment? Just Solve the Problem 
  • Risks and Issues 
  • Issue Resolution 
  • Discover and Solve Impediments Using Scrum 
  • Remove Impediments 

Topic E: Manage Changes 

  • Causes of Project Changes 
  • Changemaker and a Change Leader 
  • Monitor the External Business Environment 
  • Change Requests 
  • Change Control Systems 
  • Manage Contract Changes and Resolve Problems 
  • Contract Change Control System 
  • Types of Contract Changes 
  • Legal Concepts When Managing Disputes 
  • Process, Adjudicate and Communicate Claims 
  • Update Project Management Plan 

Lesson 6: Close the Project Phase  

Topic A: Project/Phase Closure 

  • Why Projects or Phases Close?
  • Transitions 
  • Transition / Handover Readiness 
  • Transition / Handover Activities 
  • Interactive / Activity 
  • Paying and Closing Contracts 
  • Finalising Contracts 

Topic B: Benefits Realisation 

  • Early and Long-Term Benefits Realisation 
  • Benefits Management Plan 

Topic C: Knowledge Transfer

  • Knowledge Management During Closing 
  • Conduct Project Retrospective 
  • Finalise Lessons Learned 
  • Consolidating Lessons Learned


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

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Who should attend this PMP® Certification Training Course?

This PMP® Certification Training Course is suitable for anyone who is interested in project management roles or for those who want to enhance their knowledge and skills in managing projects. However, this training will be more beneficial for:

  • Project Managers
  • Team Members
  • Business Analysts
  • Program Managers
  • Project Analysts
  • IT Project Managers
  • Project Schedulers

Prerequisites of the PMP® Certification Training Course

To attend this PMP® Certification Training Course, make sure you meet one of the following sets of PMP Certification requirements: 

  • Four-Year College / University Degree 
  • 36 months of experience leading projects within the past eight years 
  • 35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® certification 


  • High School or Secondary School Diploma 
  • 60 months of experience leading projects within the past eight years 
  • 35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® certification

PMP Course Overview

PMP®, which stands for Project Management Professional, is a globally recognised certification that validates an individual's knowledge and skills in project management. PMP® Certification is highly valued in the field of project management as it establishes a framework for professionals to plan, execute, monitor, control, and close projects. Studying this training provides knowledge and prepares individuals to excel in the PMP® Certification exam and project management careers. This training helps organisations improve project success rates, increase productivity, and enhance project delivery capabilities. Pursuing this training equips you with the necessary skills, methodologies, and confidence to pursue the PMP certification and excel in project management roles.

The Knowledge Academy’s 5-day PMP® Certification Training course provides individuals with a solid foundation in project management, practical tools, and strategies to succeed in their professional project management endeavours. During this training, delegates will learn about strategic alignment and the role of project management in delivering business value. They will also learn project governance and compliance to ensure successful project execution within organisational frameworks. This training will be led by our highly skilled and knowledgeable trainer, who has years of experience in teaching PMI® courses and will help delegates get a complete understanding of the project management methodology.

Course Objectives  

  • To gain the knowledge and skills required to successfully manage projects
  • To enhance the ability to align projects with organisational objectives
  • To develop the leadership skills necessary for project team management
  • To proficiency in applying project management tools and techniques
  • To learn about industry-leading project management methodologies
  • To identify and mitigate project risks, ensuring successful project delivery 

After attending this course, delegates will be able to apply project management principles and methodologies to plan, execute, and control projects effectively. They will also be able to develop comprehensive project management plans, including scope, schedule, resource, risk, and quality management.

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 following is included in this PMP® Certification Training Course:

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors
  • PMP® Training Certificate
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Our easy to use Virtual platform allows you to sit the course from home with a live instructor. You will follow the same schedule as the classroom course, and will be able to interact with the trainer and other delegates.

Our fully interactive online training platform is compatible across all devices and can be accessed from anywhere, at any time. All our online courses come with a standard 90 days access that can be extended upon request. Our expert trainers are constantly on hand to help you with any questions which may arise.

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Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification | PMP® Course in Birmingham FAQs


5 days of classroom training, 35 required contact hours of project management education, guidance with PMP exam application process, support to maintain PDUs and extensive PMP® practice test questions with unique PMP® prep workbook
Yes, The Knowledge Academy is an Authorized Training Partner (A.T.P) and is approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. A.T.P Licensed Provider. ID: 3444. This PMP® Training Course satisfies the 35 hours of contact required to take the PMP® Exam.
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.
PMP® stands for Project Management Professional. It is a globally recognised certification that validates the knowledge, skills, and experience of project managers, demonstrating their ability to successfully lead and manage projects.
No. The PMP exam fee isn’t included in the PMP training course fee. You have to book the exam through the PMI website separately.
Through Knowledge Academy’s PMP course, you’ll learn the following: a. Project Management basics b. A thorough understanding of all the domains in the PMP Exam curriculum c. How to manage a team and drive higher performance
As a working Project Management professional, it might be difficult for you to find the time or the study materials to prepare for the PMP exam. By enrolling in a PMP certification course, you can learn according to your convenience and get all the required study material in one place. This will help you ace the exam.
The PMP® Certification Training is important as it validates your project management expertise, enhances career prospects, and demonstrates your commitment to professional excellence in the field of project management. It equips you with industry-recognised skills and knowledge to successfully lead and manage projects across various industries.
The Knowledge Academy offers four modes of PMP certification training - Online instructor-led, Online self-paced, Classroom, and Onsite. a. Online instructor-led: In the online instructor-led training, live classes are conducted by an instructor during fixed sessions according to the convenience of the learner. b. Online self-paced: In the online self-paced training, candidates are provided access to all the study material to study at their own pace. Performance reports are available to track your own progress. c. Classroom: In the classroom training, candidates are taught in real-world classrooms by experienced industry mentors. d. Onsite: In the onsite training, candidates are trained within their professional environments so they can maximize the scope of their projects.
Yes, PMP certification is definitely worth it. Getting PMP certified can lead your career towards better opportunities and a higher pay grade. PMP certified professionals stand to earn upto 25% more salary than non-certified professionals. The certification is globally recognised and trusted by over 80 countries around the world.
The course will include both live instructor-led training and online self-paced training where you can watch pre-recorded videos.
After completing the PMP certification course, you can enroll in PRINCE2 Certification course or PMI Risk Management Professional training. Both these courses will help you further your career in Project Management.
PMI randomly verifies the credentials of the candidates who have applied for the PMP exam after the PMP training. This process is important because PMI needs to make sure that all the candidates meet the eligibility criteria.
According to the PMP Certification eligibility requirements, you need to have at least three years of project management experience along with a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent. A minimum of 4500 hours of project management experience is required. You also need 35 hours of project management training.
Once you’ve got your PMP certification, you become eligible for a lot of job roles like project manager, portfolio manager, program manager, PMO Lead, etc.
The Knowledge Academy is an authorized training provider registered with PMI. Our curriculum is designed to cover everything in alignment with the PMP exam. This PMP training course is taught by industry experts in a practical approach to help candidates easily understand all Project Management concepts. We also provide mock exams to help you better prepare for the exam. Learners receive constant support throughout the learning process. Our goal is to help you clear the exam in the first attempt.
Yes, you can attend PMP® Certification Training even if you are not a professional coach. The training is designed for individuals interested in becoming certified project management professionals, regardless of their specific professional background or coaching experience.
There are over a million PMP certification holders around the world. It is one of the most widely recognized certifications in the world. The PMP exam is known to be one of the most challenging qualifications and that’s why it's highly revered by organizations around the world.
Our team is available 24x7 to resolve any queries you might have during the course or after completing it.
Yes, you can contact us directly for any assistance in completing the application process. Our team is available 24x7 for any kind of queries.
Yes, The Knowledge Academy provides live virtual classes for PMP certification training. These classes are taken by industry experts and mentors with over ten years of experience.
1. Earn 60 PDUs every 3 years 2. Submit the proof for PDU acquired in the CCR 3. Make the payment
You would usually receive your PMP Certificate within 6 to 8 weeks of clearing the PMP exam. You also get a digital badge that can be shared on social media.
The renewal fee for PMI members is $60. For non-PMI members, it is $150.
In the new PMP exam format, the focus is on three main domains namely - People, Process, and Business Environment. The content will include predictive, agile, and hybrid approaches. There’ll be 180 questions that the candidate will have to answer within 230 minutes. There will be no breaks for paper-based exams but computer-based exams will have two 10-minute breaks. For more information, you can check out the PMI website.
Currently, the exam fee is $287 for PMI members and $524 for non-PMI members. Candidates can purchase PMI memberships at $28 for students, $58 for retirees in the field, and $116 for a standard membership. The reexamination fee for PMI members is $270, and $365 for non-PMI members.
In the new PMP exam format, the focus is on three main domains namely - People, Process, and Business Environment. The content will include predictive, agile, and hybrid approaches. There’ll be 180 questions that the candidate will have to answer within 230 minutes. There will be no breaks for paper-based exams but computer-based exams will have two 10-minute breaks. For more information, you can check out the PMI website.
Passing the PMP exam can be challenging if you don’t dedicate enough time and effort to prepare for it. You will need to complete the PMP course and take all the required tests to build competency. Scoring at least 80% in the mock test is important to have a real chance in passing the actual exam.
If you fail to meet the audit requirements for the PMP exam, your certification fee will be refunded after deducting the processing fee. In case you fail the certification audit, $100 will be deducted from your application fee and you’ll receive the rest of the fee as refund.
The passing score for the PMP exam used to be 61% earlier. With the new exam format, the passing score hasn’t been disclosed. It is different for every candidate now and depends on the level of questions the candidate attempts.
After registering for the PMP exam, you have a year to give the exam. In the year you can give as many as three attempts. You have to pay the exam fee for each of your attempts, i.e., $275 for PMI members and $375 for non-PMI members.
After you’ve finished your training, you will need to contact PearsonVUE to schedule your PMP exam. You can choose any applicable slot according to your convenience.
Within your one-year of eligibility to appear for the exam, you can sit for the exam three times. If you fail the exam all three times, you will have to wait a year from the dae of the last exam, to reapply.
PMI allows candidates to submit a reevaluation request either via post or via mail to [email protected].
The PMP exam is for a duration of 230 minutes with two 10-minute breaks for the computer-based test.
There are 180 questions in the PMP exam.
No. You need experience working on projects as well as enough training experience in project management.
PMP exam is known to be one of the most challenging certification exams as it tests your ability to handle complex projects.
Yes, the PMP® Certification Training course is accredited. The Knowledge Academy is an Authorised Training Partner (A.T.P) and is approved to provide PDUs by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. This PMP® Certification Training course satisfies the 35 hours of contact required to take the PMP® Exam.
In this PMP® Certification Training course, you will learn the essential principles, tools, and techniques of project management. You will gain knowledge in areas such as project planning, scope management, scheduling, resource allocation, risk management, and stakeholder communication. Additionally, you will develop skills to effectively lead project teams, manage project changes, and ensure project success within the defined constraints.
The price for PMP® Certification Training Course certification in Birmingham starts from £1995
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