What are the Focused Areas in the PMP® Exam Preparation Training?
The PMP® exam is based on the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) . The Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) require you to have a sound understanding of the PMI® Project Management Process Groups, The PMI® Project Management Knowledge Areas and Process, inputs-outputs and tools used in each Project Management Knowledge area within the Project Management Process Groups. The following topics, each with a list of detailed sub topics that will be taught include the following:
What are the details of PMP® exam? PMP® Credential Examination is a computerized test of 4 hours comprised of 200 four-option multiple-choice questions that were developed and validated by PMP®s. Out of the 200 questions, 25 questions are pretest questions, placed randomly throughout the examination to gather statistical information on their performance and future use. These pretest questions however are not considered for pass/fail determination and the candidates are evaluated on basis of the remaining 175 questions.
Examinees must correctly answer 106 questions out of 175 in order to pass the examination. Which means the minimum percentage score to be obtained should be 60.6%. The examination is reviewed and revised annually to satisfy the examination test specifications and to ensure that each question has a referenced source. PMP® Certification Information:
Project Management Professional (PMP)® offered by Project Management Institute (PMI)® (http://www.pmi.org/info/default.asp) is regarded as one of the most valued certifications available. The PMP® designation following your name tells current and potential employers that you have a strong foundation of project management knowledge that can be readily used beneficially in the workplace.
The PMP® Certification demonstrates high level of expertise and knowledge of project management concepts and practices. PMP® Certification aspirants have to fulfill certain educational and professional experience requirements before they can take this certification. Furthermore, they are expected to adhere to the code of professional conduct and maintain their commitment to project management profession after attaining the PMP® Certification by satisfying the PMI®’s Continuing Certification Requirements Program.
PMI® stands as a global leader in the field of project management. It is well known that PMI® certification involves a rigorous, examination-based process that represents the highest caliber in professional standards. Therefore, the certification offered by them is of much value and importance, and recognition. As project management grows in scope, importance, so do the related career and certification options available. PMI® Based PMP® Certification Criteria: To apply for PMP® certification, you need to have one of the following:
PMP® Renewal Program
Renew and refresh your project management skills, maintain your PMP® certification, and earn over 100 PDUs on your own time, at your own place. Maintaining your PMP® credential requires 60 PDUs of Continuing Certification Requirements during a three year cycle. With one year unlimited access to our robust library of targeted virtual short courses, webinars, and recorded courses on all nine PMBOK® Guide knowledge areas, you can easily meet your requirements. Build your skill set, enhance your career, and earn your Continuing Certification Requirement (CCR) PDUs on your own time, from the comfort of your own desk. We understand that leaving the office while in the midst of a project is often challenging, if not impossible. Our PMP® Renewal Program lets you choose the courses you want, whenever and wherever you want.
The PMP® Renewal Program is a convenient way to improve your skills, network with other senior project managers, and earn PDUs on your schedule. All of the courses within the program are less than five hours long, so you can continue your professional development without throwing your project off schedule. You worked hard to earn your PMP®. Make sure you earn the PDUs necessary to keep it current.
This course is designed for project managers, project coordinators, project analysts, project leaders, senior project managers, product managers, program managers, project sponsors, project team members, and team leaders who are preparing for the PMP® certification exam. Other project personnel and functional managers who work with projects will benefit from a better understanding of how their responsibilities fit into the total project management task. Organizations that support PMP® certification will benefit from demonstrated support of and consistent application of project management principles
The Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification is the most desired skill in today’s IT marketplace and candidates are required to have thousands of hours of PM experience even before taking the PMP® exam. This hands-on course will teach you how to become a Project Management Professional (PMP)®. Our hands on PMP® exam- preparation courses incorporate the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), use PMI® terminology, PMP® exam prep study guides, Practice questions & answers, and learning tools to help you prepare for your PMP® certification exam.
Project Management Professional Training Will Focus On The PMP® exam is based on the PM Guide Body of Knowledge. The Body of Knowledge require you to have a sound understanding of the PMI® Project Management Process Groups, The PMI® Project Management Knowledge Areas and Process, inputs-outputs and tools used in each Project Management Knowledge area within the Project Management Process Groups. The following topics, each with a list of detailed sub topics that will be taught include the following:
Project Management Process Groups
Project Management Knowledge Areas
PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Course Number : PMPT-0-105
Duration : 48 hours
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