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PMP Training

PMP training from Knowledge Torch a unique, power packed, blended mode, career-ready package and one of a kind in the industry. Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is the topmost professional certification for project managers offered by the Project Management Institute.

Course Overview

Knowledge Torch conducts a 4-day comprehensive PMP Training (Project Management Professional certification exam prep training ) course globally. We provide quality courseware, interactive learning sessions with real-life examples and case studies by our qualified trainers; 4 full-length PMP exam practice tests with 800 PMP exam prep questions and 60 days of PMP e-learning course access will enable you to prepare confidently for the PMP Examination to clear it on your first attempt. We have a 98.8% success rate to date.

Our training focuses on all the Knowledge Areas and Process Groups provided in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide – 6th Edition) from an examination point of view to ensure your learning and training objectives are successfully achieved. Our classroom training includes 60 days of online training access to our PMP® certification e-learning courseware as soon as you confirm your participation in our training course. We will issue 35 contact hour certificate, which is a mandatory requirement to register for the PMP® examination, on successful completion of the classroom / Online Classroom training course.

We will assist you in exploring an opportunity to be a leading global project management professional. Prepare for the PMP certification exam and stay ahead in a career as a project management professional.

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PMP Training – Key Features:

  • 32 hours of Interactive Classroom
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee*
  • 90 Days e-Learning Access Included
  • PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition based Training
  • PMP® test papers/question banks
  • Highly Experienced Instructors
  • Real world examples from various industries
  • Chapter End quizzes and Industry based Case Studies
  • 35 Contact hours certificate
  • PMP exam application assistance
  • 24/7 customer support

PMP Training – FAQ

Do you provide money back guarantee for the PMP training and other program?

We do provide money back guarantee for some of our training programs. You can contact support@knowledgtorch.com for more information.

Does the course fee include the examination fee as well?

No, the course fee is only for earning PDU’s required to appear for the respective exams.

Do you provide assistance for the exam application process?

Yes, we do provide guidance and assistance for the PMP exam application process.

Who provides the certification?

We provide training for attaining the PMP certification from the reputed PMI Institute.

Do you provide any course completion certificate?

Yes, we offer course completion certificate after you successfully complete the training program.

Do you provide contact hours after completing the PMP training? How many hours of PDU certificate do I get after attending the training?

Yes, we offer PDU certificate to candidates after successfully completing the PMP training. You can earn 35 contact hours certificate after attending the PMP training.

Do you provide any group discounts for online training programs?

Yes, we have group discount packages for online training programs. Contact support@knowledgtorch.com to know more about the group discounts.

Why should I choose PMI Certification and not any other project management certification? What makes PMI’s special?

PMI certifications are not based on one specific methodology, so they’re flexible and adaptable. You can easily transfer them between industries, market segments and geographic locations.

PMI continually conducts in-depth studies to ensure that our credentials reflect the current skills, knowledge and best practices needed to succeed.

You will never have to worry about a PMI certification becoming obsolete. Our certification maintenance program requires you to earn a professional development unit (PDUs), which encourages you to continually develop your skills and stay up to date as the profession changes.

PMI certification offers financial benefits — the Project Management Professional (PMP) ® credential increases your salary by up to 10%, according to the PMI Salary Survey — Sixth Edition—and helps you stand out and better market yourself to prospective employers.

PMI has provided project management certifications for over 25 years, and our PMP® credential was the first one designed specifically for project managers.

Which certification exams does PMI offer?

PMI offers five different exams related to the discipline of Project Management. These are:
PgMP: Program Management Professional.
PMP: Project Management Professional
CAPM: Certified Associate in Project Manager
PMI-SP: PMI Scheduling Professional
PMI-RMP: PMI Risk Management Professional
PMI-ACP: PMI Agile Certified Practitioner

How many questions are there in the PMP certification exam?

It covers 200 questions, out of which 25 questions are considered as pre-test questions used for future tests and are not scored. You will not be communicated about these questions; they are randomly chosen. Therefore, you should answer all 200 questions with the same seriousness.

What is the duration of the PMP® exam?

The PMP® exam is conducted for four hours.

Are there any pointers provided by KnowledgeTorch for the exam?

Yes. Knowledge Torch provides exam tips and “brain dumps” which are specially designed keeping the certification exam in mind. These tips work as a ready reckoner and help the candidates to clear the exam in first attempt.

Is there any exam pass guarantee provided by KnowledgeTorch ?

KnowledgeTorch assures learners 100% guarantee of passing the exam and also offers money back guarantee provided certain conditions are met. For more details please contact support@knowledgtorch.com .

Will I get the PMP® certificate after completing this PMP® certification course?

On completing the PMP Training course from KnowledgeTorch , you will get a course-completion certificate from KnowledgeTorch . PMP certification can be obtained by appearing for the PMI Certified PMP exam. The number of grades or points that one has to score to pass the PMP exam is not made public by PMI.

Is exam fee included in the course fee?

Exam fee is not included in the course fee and the user will have to pay an exam fee to appear for PMP certification exam.

About the Course

Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is the top professional certifications for project managers offered by the Project Management Institute, USA. PMI’s latest salary survey confirms what businesses, job boards and the media have been proclaiming for the past two years: Project management is one of the hottest professions out there. Your PMI credential — specifically, the Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential — also positively impacts your salary, according to the survey responses of more than 30,000 practitioners in 29 countries. The positive impact is not exclusive to the U.S. PMP credential holders in all countries surveyed noted higher median salaries than non-credential holders — some upwards of 50 percent more.

PMP Training and Exam information:

How do you become PMP® certified professional?

First, you should become a PMI member before applying for the PMP® examination. Becoming a member is a fairly straightforward process and can be completed online at www.pmi.org. Make sure you enter the contact details and name correctly. This is important so that you don’t miss any information sent to you later. Also, ensure that the details on the certification are correct.

The duration of PMP® exam is four hours. It covers 200 questions, out of which 25 are considered as pre-test questions and are included by PMI to see how many test takers get them right. Based on this, they might decide to include these questions in a future exam. It is similar to a survey conducted by PMI. Of the 200 questions, therefore, 175 will be scored. All questions are multiple-choice questions, with only one correct answer.

You get one point for every question answered correctly. There is no negative marking for the incorrect ones. You may also mark a question that you are unsure of and revisit it at the end. However, you should attempt all 200 questions in the given time.

PMI grades students on each of the five process groups, and based on the grading, they declare a test taker as PMP® pass or fail. The grades are not disclosed to everyone. Rather, a rating is given in each of the five process groups. The rating can be Below Proficient, Proficient, and Moderately Proficient

The result (pass or fail) is determined by a combination of these grades. The number of grades or points one has to score to pass the PMP® exam is not made public by PMI.

What are the prerequisites for the certification?

To apply for the PMP exam, candidates need to have:

Educational Background Project Management Experience Project Management Education
Secondary degree, High school Diploma, Associate’s degree or global equivalent Minimum 5 Years/60 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 7500 hours are spent leading and directing project tasks* 35 contact hours of formal project management education
Or
Bachelor’s degree or global equivalent Minimum 3 years/36 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 4500 hours are spent in leading and directing project tasks* 35 contact hours of formal project management education
*Leading and directing project tasks as identified in the PMP Exam Specification. Within the total hours of project management experience, experience in all five process groups of project management is required. However, on a single project, you do not need to have experience in all five process groups.

If you could not qualify for PMP Training, you can apply for CAPM Training. Both are based on PMBOK 6th Edition.

Course Agenda

1. Introduction to PMP

  • All About the PMP Exam
  • PMP Exam Application
  • Maintaining Your PMP

2. Introduction to the Project Management

  • Introduction to the PMBOK Guide
  • Projects and Project Management
  • Relationship of Project, Program, Portfolio, and Operational Management
  • Linking Organizational Governance and Project Governance
  • Project Success and Benefits Management
  • The Project Life Cycle
  • Project Stakeholders
  • Role of the Project Manager
  • Project Management Knowledge Areas
  • Project Management Process Groups
  • Enterprise Environmental Factors and Organizational Process Assets
  • Tailoring the Project Artifacts

3. Environments in Which Projects Operate

  • Overview :Project Environments
  • Enterprise Environmental Factors
    • EEFs internal to the organization
    • EEFs external to the organization
  • Organizational Process assets
    • Processes, Policies, and Procedures
    • Organizational Knowledge Repositories
  • Organizational Systems
    • Frameworks
    • Management Elements
    • Organizational Structure Types
    • Project Management Office

4. Role of the Project Manager

  • Overview : Role of the Project Manager
  • Definition of a Project Manager
  • Project Manager’s Sphere of Influence
    • The Project
    • The Organization
    • The Industry
    • Professional Discipline
    • Across Disciplines
  • Project Management Competencies
  • Technical Project Management Skills
  • Strategic and Business Management Skills
  • Leadership Skills
  • Politics, Power, and Getting Things Done
  • Comparing Leadership and Management
  • Performing Integration

5. Project Integration Management

  • Developing the Project Charter
  • Developing the Project Management Plan
  • Direct and Manage Project Work
  • Manage Project Knowledge
  • Monitor and Control Project Work
  • Performing Integrated Change Control
  • Closing the Project or Phase

6. Project Scope Management

  • Overview: Managing the Project Scope
  • Planning Project Scope Management
  • Project Scope Vs. Product Scope
  • Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Scope Management
  • Considerations for Adaptive Environments
  • Collecting the Project Requirements
  • Managing the Project Requirements
  • Defining the Project Scope Statement
  • Creating the Work Breakdown Structure
  • Assignment: Create a WBS
  • Validating the Project Scope
  • Controlling the Project Scope

7. Project Schedule Management

  • Overview: Introducing Project Schedule Management
  • Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Schedule Management
  • Considerations for Adaptive Environments
  • Creating the Schedule Management Plan
  • Defining the Project Activities
  • Rolling Wave Planning
  • Compiling the Activity List
  • Creating the Milestone List
  • Sequencing Project Activities
  • Creating Network Diagrams
  • Considering Leads and Lags
  • Estimating Activity Durations
  • Creating an Analogy
  • Applying Parametric Estimates
  • Creating a Three-Point Estimate
  • Bottom-Up Estimating
  • Factoring in Reserve Time
  • Developing the Project Schedule
  • Evaluating the Project Constraints and Assumptions
  • Performing Schedule Network Analysis
  • Using a Project Simulation
  • Applying Duration Compression
  • Agile Release Planning
  • Controlling the Project Schedule
  • Measuring Project Performance

8. Project Cost Management

  • Overview: Project Cost Management
  • Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Cost Management
  • Planning the Project Costs
  • Estimating the Project Costs
  • Using Analogous Estimating
  • Using Parametric Estimating
  • Using Bottom-Up Estimating
  • Creating a Three-Point Cost Estimate
  • Creating a Project Budget
  • Creating the Cost Baseline
  • Establishing Project Funding Requirements
  • Implementing Cost Control
  • Measuring Project Performance

9. Project Quality Management

  • Overview: Project Quality Management
  • Looking at the Big Quality Picture
  • Key Concepts for Project Quality Management
  • Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Quality Management
  • Tailoring the Quality Management Processes
  • Considerations for Adaptive Environments
  • Quality and Grade
  • Planning for Quality
  • Applying Benchmarking Practices
  • Design of Experiments
  • Considering the Cost of Quality
  • Creating the Quality Management Plan
  • Manage Quality
  • Design For X
  • Results of Managing Quality
  • Controlling Quality in a Project
  • Inspecting Results
  • Testing and Product Evaluations
  • Creating Flowcharts and Control Charts
  • Creating Pareto, Histograms, Scatter and Run Charts
  • Completing a Statistical Sample

10. Project Resources Management

  • Overview: Project Resource Management
  • Key Concepts for Project Resource Management
  • Trends and Emerging Practices in Resource Management
  • Considerations for Adaptive Environments
  • Preparing for Resource Planning
  • Relating to Organizational Theories
  • Creating the Resource Management Plan
  • Estimating Activity Resources
  • Acquiring Resources
  • Negotiating for Resources
  • Acquiring Staff
  • Working with Virtual Teams
  • Developing the Project Team Up
  • Creating Team-Building activities
  • Naturally Developing Project Teams
  • Rewarding the Project Team
  • Completing Assessments
  • Managing the Project Team
  • Controlling Resources

11. Project Communications Management

  • Overview: Project Communications Management
  • Key Concepts for Project Communications Management
  • Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Communications Management
  • Considerations for Adaptive Environments
  • Communications Planning
  • Exploring Communication Technologies
  • Communication Methods
  • Interpersonal and Team Styles assessment
  • Data Representation
  • Creating Successful Communications
  • Creating the Communications Plan
  • Managing Project Communications
  • Monitoring Communications

12. Project Risk Management

  • Section Overview: Project Risk Management
  • Key Concepts for Project Risk Management
  • Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Risk Management
  • Considerations for Adaptive Environments
  • Planning for Risk Management
  • Examining Stakeholder Tolerance
  • Relying on Risk Management Policies
  • Creating the Risk Management Plan
  • Creating Risk Categories
  • Identifying Risks
  • Identifying Risks Through Interviews
  • Analyzing SWOT
  • Creating a Risk Register
  • Using Qualitative Risk analysis
  • Preparing for Quantitative Risk analysis
  • Applying Sensitivity Analysis
  • Finding the Expected Monetary Value
  • Using a Decision Tree
  • Performing a Project Simulation
  • Planning Risk Responses
  • Justifying Risk Reduction
  • Implementing Risk Responses
  • Monitoring Risks

13. Project Procurement Management

  • Overview: Project Procurement Management
  • Key Concepts for Procurement Management
  • Emerging Trends in Procurement
  • Planning for Procurement
  • Planning for the Project Requirements
  • Determining the Contract Type
  • Determining to Make or Buy
  • Creating Procurement Management Plan
  • Creating the Procurement Documents
  • Conducting Procurements
  • Selecting the Seller
  • Controlling Procurements
  • Preparing for Contract administration
  • Performing Claims Administration
  • Performing Contract Closure

14. Project Stakeholder Management

  • Overview: Project Stakeholder Management
  • Key Concepts for Stakeholder Management
  • Identifying the Project Stakeholders
  • Performing Stakeholder Analysis
  • Planning Stakeholder Management
  • Managing Stakeholder Engagement
  • Monitor Stakeholder Engagement

15. The PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

  • Overview: Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility
  • Responsibilities to the Profession
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