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PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL (PMP) CERTIFICATION TRAINING

PMP Training
"PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects.”

-Project Management Institute

Street Legal offers Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Training in traditional classroom format (Monday through Friday), or in various non-traditional formats to accommodate work schedules. Our alternative programs include a 4 Day Boot Camp at a client site, a four week Friday-only course, an evening course at a local college, and a weekend course. We have the flexibility to meet your training needs on your schedule. Street Legal has conducted training for numerous organizations, most notably the US Army Corp of Engineers, ExecuTrain, The Training Associates, the Department of Energy, and the Army Engineering School at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. Street Legal has been providing PMP training since 2009 with a 97% success rate and our instructor has over 15 years of project management and training experience.

Objective:

The Street Legal PMP Course is designed to prepare students to pass the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) PMP Exam. The course covers the information presented in the most recent edition of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), including the 10 Knowledge Areas, the 5 Process Groups, and the 47 Processes. Tools used in the class include the PMBOK, a Street Legal Workbook, and Sample Exam Questions with answer explanations. The course was designed to be interactive and engage multiple learning senses to help the student retain information and provide the best opportunity for passing the PMP Exam. In addition to preparatory material, students are provided assistance with the PMP Application process, given study recommendations, and exam day expectations.

Who benefits:

If you have project related experience and are looking to solidify your skills, stand out to employers, and maximize your earning potential, the PMP credential is the right choice for you.

Professionals such as Project Managers, Engineers, IT Professionals, Program Managers, Schedulers, Health Care Professionals, and Coordinators who have experience working on projects or in a project environment and desire to develop professionally are excellent candidates for the course. The PMP Certification will allow you to expand your skill set and professional knowledge, earn instant credibility within the field of project management, and will distinguish you from your peers and competitors.

Course Outline:

  • Section 1: Introduction to Project Management
    • 1A: What is Project Management?
    • 1B: Project Management and the Organization
    • 1C: Project Processes Section

  • 2: Initiating a Project
    • 2A: Create a Project Charter
    • 2B: Identify Stakeholders
    • 2C: Project Selection Formulas

  • Section 3: Plan Project Work
    • 3A: Create a Project Management Plan
    • 3B: Plan Scope Management
    • 3C: Collect Requirements
    • 3D: Define Scope
    • 3E: Create Work Breakdown Structure

  • Section 4: Create Schedule Baseline
    • 4A: Plan Schedule Management
    • 4B: Define Activities
    • 4C: Sequence Activities
    • 4D: Estimate Activity Resources
    • 4E: Estimate Activity Durations
    • 4F: Develop Schedule Section

  • 5: Planning Cost
    • 5A: Plan Cost Management
    • 5B: Create Cost Estimates
    • 5C: Determine Budget Section

  • 6: Develop Quality, HR & Communication Plans
    • 6A: Plan Quality
    • 6B: Develop Human Resource Plan
    • 6C: Plan Communications Section

  • 7: Develop Risk Management Plan
    • 7A: Plan Risk Management
    • 7B: Identify Risks
    • 7C: Qualitative Risk Analysis
    • 7D: Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • 7E: Plan Risk Responses

  • Section 8: Develop Procurement Plan
    • 8A: Plan Procurement Management
    • 8B: Contract Types

  • Section 9: Plan Stakeholder Management

  • Section 10: Executing Project Work
    • 10A: Direct and Manage Project Execution
    • 10B: Perform Quality Assurance
    • 10C: Assemble Project Management Team
      • 10C1: Acquire Project Team
      • 10C2: Develop Project Team
      • 10C3: Manage Project Team
    • 10D: Manage Communications
    • 10E: Conduct Procurements
    • 10F: Manage Stakeholder Engagement

  • Section 11: Monitor and Control
    • 11A: Monitor and Control Project Work
    • 11B: Change Control
    • 11C: Scope
      • 11C1: Validate Scope
      • 11C2: Control Scope
    • 11D: Schedule and Cost Baselines
      • 11D1: Control Schedule
      • 11D2: Control Costs
    • 11E: Quality and Control Communications
      • 11E1: Quality Control
      • 11E2: Control Communications
    • 11F: Control Risks, Contracts & Stakeholder Engagement
      • 11F1: Control Risks
      • 11F2: Control Procurements
      • 11F3: Control Stakeholder Engagement Section

  • 12: Closing the Project
    • 12A: Closing a Project or Phase
    • 12B: Close Procurements

  • Section 13: Professionalism
    • 13A: Interpersonal Skills
    • 13B: PMI® Code of Ethics Section

  • 14: Application & Exam
    • 14A: Completing the Application
    • 14B: Exam Expectations
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