Project Management Professional PMP Exam Prep
This course has been designed to prepare participants to take the
Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam and is based on the information covered in the 11 areas of study used to formulate the exam, including the Project Management
Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) .
This is an advanced level course that will count for 21 PMI PDU/Contact Hours!
In addition to providing a comprehensive presentation and review of the material covered on the exam, this course will guide the student through the exam application and registration procedures. Included with the course are over 1000+ review questions and a Simulated Exam with Lesson Reviews and Lab Practicals to prepare participants to succeed.
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What is PMP Certification?
If you enjoy the prestige that comes from being the best in your field, then you'll appreciate the professional advantages derived from attaining PMP status. A PMP Certification
credential grants you with a globally recognized designation that serves as the foundation from which they can competently practice as a project manager.
PMP trained individuals are in tune with the latest
trends in the project management profession and demonstrate their commitment to the profession. The PMP certification exam designation following your name tells current and potential employers that you have a solid
foundation of project management knowledge that can be readily applied in the workplace.
This course has been designed to prepare participants to take the Project Management Institute's Project
Management Professional (PMP) Exam and is based on the information covered in the 11 areas of study used to formulate the exam, including the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide).
This is an advanced level course that will count for 21 PMI PDU/Contact Hours. In addition to providing a comprehensive
presentation and review of the material covered on the exam, this course will guide the student through the exam application and registration procedures. Included with the course are 850 practice questions and a
Simulated Exam with Lesson Reviews and Lab Practicals to prepare participants to succeed.
This course is intended for professionals who are preparing to take the PMI's Project Management Professional Exam. If you are interested in a practical introduction to the profession the Introduction to Project Management CompTIA Project+ course is recommended as a prerequisite.
PMP Exam Training Features:
- 12 Month Online Training Login Duration
- Main Menu
Move through hours of in-depth content - quickly and easily due to the efficient and
Utilizing Powerpoint presentations enhances the delivery by displaying a variety of visual information to the user. This type of representation allows the user to better
inter pert the material through charts, definitions, graphs, and more...
Move forward or back, repeat entire topics or just a section. A progress bar illuminates as you advance through
- Full Motion Video
All courses feature full-motion videos of instructors teaching the information as if they are speaking directly to you. Our unique delivery simulates a on-on-one classroom environment creating a more personal lesson and learning experience.
- Study Guides
Printable study guides for the entire course are available. This allows all material to be viewed, reviewed, and printed for viewing at a later date.
- Review Exercises
Each section has a review quiz to aid in the learning process by validating the comprehension of the material covered before moving on to a new section.
Quizzes and exam simulations are needed for compliance with PMI.
All courses are resumed to where you left off last session allowing you to learn when it is convenient for you without the hassle of remembering where you where.
Each section has a review quiz to aid in the learning process by validating the comprehension
of the material covered before moving on to a new section.
TRAINING PLANET EDITORS NOTES:
This course is excellent training and exam prep for the PMP class and
will help you prepare to pass the actual exam on the first try (taking exams with PMI cost almost as much as this training). We also recommend purchasing directly from PMI.org the PMBOK
Study Guide for reading study material.
Martin VanDerSchouw - PMP
Martin VanDerSchouw, PMP currently serves as President & CEO of LookingGlass Development, LLC., a premier provider of project management tools, training, and consulting. He served 3 years on Project
Management Institute's International Board of Directors as well as PMI's Chair of Performance Oversight, Chair of External Relations and Involvement Committee, and as Secretary Treasurer. Martin
was named in the Top 40 under 40 by the Denver Business Journal and was named PMI's 2004 International Business Leader of the Year. Additionally, he regularly makes more than 50 presentations
per year to groups in the areas of leadership, performance management, and program/project management. He is currently the Colorado State Commissioner for Information Management
governing all IT projects over $500,000.
"... training videos are excellent. the extra information - web site references, tips, techniques, and other general historical information -
really made the difference. The classroom like presentations are superb. I give this product a high endorsement. "
Note: This PMP training covers all the LATEST PMP exam objectives to fully prepare you
for the current PMP certification.
Contents: Project Management Professional PMP Exam for PMP certification
Chapter 00 - PMP Application & Exam
PMP Application & Exam
PMP Application & Exam (Cont.)
How Do I Become A PMP?
Chapter 00 Review
Chapter 01 - Types of Exam Questions
Types of Exam Questions
Types of Questions
Understanding vs. Memorization
The Exam – Why People Fail
Chapter 01 Review
Chapter 02 - Organizations and Project Management
Organizations and Project Management
Differentiation vs. Integration
A Functional Organization
Potential Advantages of a Functional Organization
Potential Issues with a Functional Organization
Projectized Organization (PBO)
Potential Advantages of a Projectized Organization
Potential Issues with a Projectized Organization
The Matrix Organization
A Weak Matrix Organization
A Balanced Matrix Organization
A Strong Matrix Organization
Potential Advantages of a Matrix Organization
Potential Issues with a Matrix Organization
Chapter 02 Review
Chapter 03 - The Basics of Project Management
The Basics of Project Management
What is Project Management?
PMBOK Guide Knowledge Areas
Ten Knowledge Areas Extended
The Basics of PM
The Process Groups & Knowledge Areas Combined
Chapter 03 Review
Chapter 04 - Project Integration Management
Project Integration Management
4.1 Develop Project Charter
The Business Case
4.2 Develop Project Management Plan
The Project Management Plan Can Also Include
4.3 Direct & Manage Project Work
4.4 Monitor & Control Project Work
4.5 Perform Integrated Change Control
4.6 Close Project or Phase
Chapter 04 Review
Chapter 05 - Project Scope Management
Project Scope Management
The Product vs. Project Scope
5.1 Plan Scope Management
5.2 Collect Requirements
5.3 Define Scope
5.4 Create WBS
Components of the WBS
5.4 Create WBS (Cont.)
5.5 Validate Scope
5.6 Control Scope
Chapter 05 Review
Chapter 06 - Project Time Management
Project Time Management
6.1 Plan Schedule Management
6.2 Define Activities
Rolling Wave Planning
6.2 Define Activities (Cont.)
6.3 Sequence Activities
Types of Dependencies
6.3 Sequence Activities (Cont.)
6.4 Estimate Activity Resources
6.5 Estimate Activity Durations
6.6 Develop Schedule
The Critical Path Method
Critical Chain Method
6.6 Develop Schedule (Cont.)
6.7 Control Schedule
Chapter 06 Review
Chapter 07 - Project Cost Management
Project Cost Management
7.1 Plan Cost Management
7.2 Estimate Costs
7.3 Determine Budget
7.3 Determine Budget (Cont.)
7.4 Control Costs
Cumulative Cost Curve
Forecasting - ETC
Forecasting - EAC
Forecasting - TCPI
Chapter 07 Review
Chapter 08 - Project Quality Management
8.1 Plan Quality
8.1 Plan Quality Management
Cost of Quality
7 Basic Quality Tools
Design of Experiments (DOE)
Statistical Sampling Terms
8.2 Perform Quality Assurance
8.3 Control Quality
Cause and Effect Diagram
Chapter 08 Review
Chapter 09 - Project Human Resource Management
Project Human Resource Management
The Processes that Organize and Manage the Project Team
9.1 Develop Human Resource Plan
Human Resource Management
McGregor's Theory of X and Y
Common Theories (Cont.)
Human Resource Plan
9.2 Acquire Project Team
9.3 Develop Project Team
9.4 Manage Project Team
Theories of Management Style
Sources of Power
Chapter 09 Review
Chapter 10 - Project Communications Management
Project Communications Management
10.1 Plan Communications Management
The Communications Management Plan
10.1 Plan Communications Management (Cont.)
10.2 Manage Communications
10.3 Control Communications
Chapter 10 Review
Chapter 11 - Project Risk Management
Project Risk Management
Types of Risks
11.1 Plan Risk Management
Included in the Risk Management Plan
Scales for Impact and Probability
Sample Impact Matrix
11.2 Identify Risks
Tools & Techniques
The Risk Register
11.3 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
Probability & Impact Matrix
11.4 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
Expected Monetary Value (EMV)
Decision Tree Analysis
11.5 Plan Risk Responses
Risk Register Updates
11.6 Control Risks
Results of Risk Monitoring & Control
Chapter 11 Review
Chapter 12 - Project Procurement Management
Project Procurement Management
12.1 Plan Procurements
Procurement Management Plan
12.2 Conduct Procurements
Source Selection Criteria
12.3 Control Procurements
12.4 Close Procurements
12.4 Close Procurements (Cont.)
Chapter 12 Review
Chapter 13 - Project Stakeholder Management
Project Stakeholder Management
13.1 Identify Stakeholders
Classification Models for Stakeholder Analysis
13.1 Identify Stakeholders (Cont.)
13.2 Plan Stakeholder Management
Stakeholder Engagement Classification
13.2 Plan Stakeholder Management (Cont.)
13.3 Manage Stakeholder Engagement
13.4 Control Stakeholder Engagement
Chapter 13 Review
Chapter 14 - Professional Responsibility
Duty to the Profession
Scope & Estimates
Above All Else…
Chapter 14 Review
- 12 Month Login of Online Training featuring audio, video, and final exam
- Step-by-step registration instructions
- 2000 Practice Questions
- 21 PDU/Contact Hours upon Completion* 35 total needed - details
- Official online Looking Glass Development Simulated Exam with Comprehensive Lesson Reviews and Lab Practicals (value at $200.00)
- Will help make sure you pass the first time. *important exam details
* PMP Exam Prep details: This product will help make sure you pass the exam the first time. The exam
retake fees are very expensive and PMI.org only has testing centers in major cities. So with travel time, travel expenses, and exam retake fees - why risk it? Use this product as a study aid to make sure you
pass the first time.
While a total of 35 Contact Hours (PDUs) in total are required (21 are included in this PMP training and 60 PDU CE's are needed over 3 years), the rest of the hours can come from any project management
training taken. You can add the Intro to Project Management Course of ours and get another 21 hours, thereby having a total of 42 hours!
The Project Management Institute's Professional Development Units (PDUs) are used to
quantify approved learning and professional service activities. We have developed this project management and IT service management training in conjunction with PMI
Registered Education Provider Looking Glass Development. These courses are preapproved for contact hours in fulfillment of certification eligibility requirements, as well
as PDUs to fulfill the continuing certification requirements (CCR) for PMI credentials.
**We also recommend purchasing directly from PMI.org the PMBOK Study Guide for reading study material.****
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Related to PMP Courses:
Intro to Project Management Training Course
Where can I go to get more information about the Project Management Certifications?
Visit the Project Management Institute (PMI)® website for more information.
What are the prerequisites to take either the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® or Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exams?
Please visit www.pmi.org and follow these steps to find out what is required to take the CAPM® certification exam
Step 1. Click "Certification" from the selection bar at the top.
Step 2: Under "Which certification is right for you?" select Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®.
Step 3: On the next page, the CAPM Certification Requirements will be listed.
Please visit www.pmi.org and follow these steps to find out what is required to take the PMP® certification exam
Step 1. Click "Certification" from the selection bar at the top.
Step 2: Under "Which certification is right for you?" select Project Management Professional (PMP)®.
Step 3: On the next page, the PMP Certification Requirements will be listed.
Is this course provider an REP (Recognized Education Provider)?
All courses are developed and provided by our partner, LookingGlass Development. LookingGlass Development is a PMI® Registered Education Provider (REP) and all PDU/Contact hours are submitted
through to PMI® through LookingGlass Development. The LookingGlass Development provider number is 1384.
Do these courses count towards the 35 contact hour requirement for the PMP®?
Yes, they do.
Are the exam vouchers included with the courses or course bundles?
No, our courses do not include the exam vouchers, those must be purchased separately.
What is a PDU?
PDU stands for Professional Development Unit.
Are these PDUs valid for certification renewal?
Yes, these PDUs are valid for certification renewal.
How do I obtain my PDU's after completing a class?
For Category A Courses:
Step 1. Go to www.pmi.org and create an account.
Step 2: Apply for your required certification by clicking here.
Step 3: Fill out the form to schedule your certification exam.
After completing your certification exam you can now apply for PDUs
Step 4: Log into your account on the PMI.org website.
Step 5: Click "Report PDU" on the left side.
Step 6: From the drop-down list select "PDU Category A".
Step 7: Select the "Activity Type" drop-down.
Step 8: Click "Next".
Step 9: Type the provider (LookingGlass Development) and/or provider number (1384) and locate the activity.
Step 10: Click "Search" to continue.
Step 11: Select "activity number" to continue.
Step 12: Select "Date Started and Completed".
Step 13: Submit to finish.
Step 14: If reporting other PDUs click "Report another claim" or "Return to PDU Activity".
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