PMP® Exam Preparation

PMP® Exam Preparation

Credits/Units      1.4 CEU / 14 PDU       

Course description
This course is intended to prepare project managers for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). This course will enable you to identify your personal strengths and weaknesses regarding mastery of the five Process Groups and nine Knowledge Areas, and enable you to develop a personal study program to prepare for the PMP® Certification Exam.

Who should attend
Anyone who has at least three years of experience working in a project-oriented environment, has already completed a rigorous certificate or self-study program and wants a compressed, targeted approach toward preparing for the PMP® should attend this class.

What you will achieve

  • A clear understanding of the PMP® Certification Exam registration requirements and process
  • An orientation to the concepts and format of the PMP® Certification Exam, including a review of question breakdown by process group
  • An opportunity to take an online pre-test consisting of 100 practice questions, and a 100-question post-course exam modeled after questions encountered on the PMP® Certification Exam
  • Identification of key areas for further development in order to create a personal learning plan to improve performance in these areas
  • Discussion of the key topics found on PMP® Certification Exams
  • A review of studying and test-taking techniques from certified PMP®s

What you will learn

  • Project Integration Management – development and execution of the project plan and overall change control
  • Project Scope Management – planning, definition, change management and verification of the project scope
  • Project Time Management – activity/task definition, dependencies, schedule development and time control
  • Project Cost Management – resource planning, estimating, budgeting and control
  • Project Risk Management – planning to avoid, transfer, reduce and control risk
  • Project Quality Management – quality planning, control and assurance as well as quality control tools
  • Project Procurement Management – knowledge of procurement and solicitation planning, bidding/request for proposals and contractor/ supplier selection
  • Project Communications Management – communications planning, information distribution, progress reporting and administrative closure
  • Project Human Resource Management – effective use of people, including organizational planning, staff acquisition and team development
  • Other topics covered on the exam


Day One

  • Course Introduction
  • PMI® and PMP® Overview
  • Project Management Framework
  • Project Management Process Overview
  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Time Management

Day Two

  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Procurement Management
  • Professional and Social Responsibility
  • Preparing for the PMP® Exam
  • Study Strategies and Practice Exam


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