Project Management

The more important a project, the more it needs a standardized system to plan and organize it to be completed efficiently. The Project Management Institute's PMP (Project Management Professional) certification is the industry-leading standard for verifying a project manager's ability to successfully shepherd project from the beginning to end. This study guide will prepare you to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control and close a project using project quality standards as laid out in the fourth edition of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK).
This series of courses will address all the objectives needed to pass the Project Management Professional Certifications 2009, E-learning and Mentored learning available for this course. 

Audience: This series is for anyone preparing for the PMP certification
exam or anyone who wants an introduction to the principles and processes of Project Management. CAPM (Associate Certification also offered as a part of this course, for those who do not meet experience criteria for PMP.

Project management processes fall into five groups:

  1. Initiating

  2. Planning

  3. Executing

  4. Monitoring and Controlling

  5. Closing

Project management knowledge draws on ten areas:

  1. Integration

  2. Scope

  3. Time

  4. Cost

  5. Quality

  6. Procurement

  7. Human resources

  8. Communications

  9. Risk management

  10. Stakeholder management



Below is an outline of the course.

  • Project Management Framework

  • Project Planning Process

  • Project Execution and Quality Management

  • Project Monitoring and Control

  • Project Closing

  • Professional Responsibility

  • Practice Exams