Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Prep Boot Camp


SKU: N/A Categories: ,


Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Prep Boot Camp
Duration: 5 days
Work smarter and earn more with the world’s leading project management certification.
As a Project Management Professional (PMP)® you will understand how to apply predictive, agile, and hybrid approaches across industries, using the global language of PMI standards.
Why Get PMP Certifed?
• The PMP is the highest-ranked project management certification in North America as surveyed by CIO Magazine.
• By 2027 there will be 2.2 million new jobs annually that require project-oriented roles, creating a high demand for PMPs.
• PMPs earn an average of 25% more compared to project professionals who are not certified.
• The PMP proves you have the knowledge it takes to produce results and make a positive impact on your team.
Our Live Virtual PMP classes are taught by expert certified PMP training instructors who bring their real-world and relevant experience to the students.
Course Outline:
Part 1: Introduction and PMP Exam overview
• Details about the class format and structure
• Set training expectations
• High-level overview of class curriculum
• Learn About the PMI Application Process
• Identify exam preparation key methodologies
• The Exam Itself
Part 2: An Introduction to the PMBOK® Guide
• Project Management Background
• Foundational Elements of Project Management
• The Relationship of Portfolios, Programs, Projects, and Operational Management
• About the Project Management Domains
• Complete Knowledge Area Test
• Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

Part 3: Understanding the Project Environment
• Enterprise Environmental Factors
• Organizational Process Assets (OPAs)
• Types of Organizational Systems
• More About Project Management Domains
• Complete Framework Knowledge Area Test
• Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)
Part 4: The Role of the Project Manager
• Defining the Project Manager
• The Project Manager’s Sphere of Influence
• Competencies of a Project Manager
• The Relationship with Project Management Domains
• Complete Framework Knowledge Area Test
• Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)
Part 5: Creating a High-Performing Team
• Build a Team
• Define Team Ground Rules
• Negotiate Project Agreements
• Empower Team Members and Stakeholders
• Train Team Members and Stakeholders
• Engage and Support Virtual Teams
• Build Shared Understanding About a Project
• Complete Module Test
• Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)
Part 6: Starting the Project
• Determine Appropriate Project Methodology/Methods and Practices
• Plan and Manage Scope
• Plan and Manage Budget and Resources
• Plan and Manage Schedule
• Plan and Manage Quality of Product and Deliverables
• Integrate Project Planning Activities
• Plan and Manage Procurement
• Establish Project Governance Structure
• Plan and Manage Project/Phase Closure
• Complete Knowledge Area Test
• Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

Part 7: Doing the Work
• Assess and Manage Risks
• Execute Project to Deliver Business Value
• Manage Communications
• Engage Stakeholders
• Create Project Artifacts
• Manage Project Changes
• Manage Project Issues
• Ensure Knowledge Transfer for Project Continuity
• Complete Knowledge Area Test
• Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)
Part 8: Keeping the Team on Track
• Lead a Team
• Support Team Performance
• Address and Remove Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers
• Manage Conflict
• Collaborate with Stakeholders
• Mentor Relevant Stakeholders
• Apply Emotional Intelligence to Promote Team Performance
• Complete Knowledge Area Test
• Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)
Part 9: Keeping the Business in Mind
• Manage Compliance Requirements
• Evaluate and Deliver Project Benefits and Value
• Evaluate and Address Internal and External Business Environment Changes
• Support Organizational Change
• Employ Continuous Process Improvement
• Complete Knowledge Area Test
• Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)
Part 10: Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
• Ethical Application of Project Management
• Complete Exercises
Part 11: Course Review Areas
• General Review
• Formulas to Know for the Exam
• Before You Take the Exam
• Tricks for Taking the Exam
• Common Project Management Errors and Pitfalls
The PMP® certification is a great tool for:
• Associate project managers
• Project managers
• IT project managers
• Project coordinators
• Project analysts
• Project leaders
• Senior project managers
• Team leaders
• Product managers
• Program managers
• Project sponsors
• The exam is conducted through Pearson VUE either online (with a live virtual proctor) or in-person at a physical test center. You must apply to take the PMP exam via and have completed the required Contact Hours (class hours) and work experience prior to qualifying.
• 180 questions (the previous exam was 200) but the same number of questions will be scored
• 230 minutes to complete the exam
• One additional break for a total of two 10-minute breaks for computer-based tests. No scheduled breaks for paper-based exams.
• Questions will be a combination of multiple-choice, multiple responses, matching, hotspot, and limited fill-in-the-blank.
• Exam questions based on A Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) 6th Edition

Additional information

Date Range

April 15-19, 2024, July 15-19, 2024, October 7-11, 2024