PMP (Project Management Professional) Exam Preparation

PMP (Project Management Professional) Exam Preparation

If you are taking this course, you probably have some professional exposure to the duties of a project manager, or you may be considering embarking on a career in professional project management.

course at a glance

  • Date : 31 Oct - 27 Nov 2020
  • No. of Classes/ Sessions : 10
  • Total Hours : 40
  • Last Date of Registration : 30 Oct 2020
  • Class Schedule :
    • Saturday - 3.00 PM - 7.00PM
    • Friday - 3.00 PM - 7.00PM
  • venue : Online Platform.

Price: TK. 7,000
(Excluding VAT & TAX)

Content :

Module 1: Introduction of a Project and Project Management         

    • Educational, Professional Eligibility and PMP Exam Overview (Question Type and Marking)
    • Think like PMI (PMI-ism) while preparing for the exam.
    • Purpose of PMBOK and definition of a Project.
    • What is Project and Project Management? Importance of Project Management
    • Relationship among project, program and portfolio and management of these
    • Diverse Project lifecycles, Distinguish between Projects and Operations
    • Project Management Framework, Project Stakeholders, Project Team
    • Diverse Organization Types with advantage and disadvantages
    • Organizational Process Assets and Enterprise Environmental Factors
    • PLC Vs. PMLC
    • Project Management process groups and Project management knowledge area
    • Mapping between Project Management Process Groups and Knowledge Groups

 

Module 2: Project Initiation and Integration Management         

    • Short Quiz on Introduction
    • Developing Project Charter – Creating Project Charter, High Level Risk, Budget, Constraints, Assumptions, etc.
    • Few Important Concepts for the Exam: PV- Present value, FV – Future value, NPV- Net Present Value, ROI – Return of Investment, IRR – Internal Rate of Return, Diverse depreciation types, payback period, BCR – Benefit Cost Ratio)
    • Develop PMP – Project Management Plan and subsidiary/child plans
    • Direct and Manage Project Work – Directing and managing project executions, creating deliverables and executing CRs
    • Manage Project Knowledge – Developing lesson learned register based on the experience from the diverse processes.
    • Monitor and control project work – Monitoring and controlling overall project progress, assessing performance and forecasting.
    • Perform integrated change control – Manage and control changes through change/configuration control process
    • Close project – Closing a phase or a project

 

Module 3: Project Scope Management         

    • Quiz on project integration management
    • Plan Scope Management – How will the overall scope and requirements of the project be managed (defined, validated and controlled)
    • Collect Requirements – How to collect requirements and create requirements documentation
    • Define Scope – How to define scopes from the collected requirements of a project
    • Create WBS – Creating a WBS from the defined scope
    • Validate Scope – Validate the scopes with the respective stakeholders through deliverables
    • Control Scope – Control overall project scope, scope creep, gold plating and preventing unnecessary changes.

 

Module 4: Project Schedule Management          

    • Quiz on Scope management
    • Plan Schedule Management – How the schedule of a project will be developed, monitored and controlled.
    • Define Activities – Define activities from the lower level of WBS
    • Sequence Activities – Determine dependencies and sequence activities
    • Estimate Activity Durations – Estimate duration of the activities considering the assigned resources
    • Develop Schedule – How to develop a schedule of a project?
    • Detailed discussion and practice on diverse estimation and scheduling tools and techniques (PERT, CPM (backward pass, forward pass, lead lag, free float,  total float)
    • Control Schedule – Controlling a project schedule

 

Module 5: Project Cost Management        

    • Plan Cost Management – How the budget and cost of a project is managed, monitored and controlled
    • Cost Estimating & Budgeting – Cost estimation with diverse estimating techniques
    • Cost Monitoring & Control – Monitor and control overall project cost, measure performance through earned value management
    • Detailed discussion on Earned Value Management (SV, CV, SPI, CPI ; – EAC , ETC) and  other formulas (TCPI) to forecast project cost and achieve expected performances
    • Practice questions to clear understanding

 

Module 6: Quality Management        

    • Quiz on Cost management
    • Important Concept, Definitions and definition of quality, Cost of Quality
    • Plan Quality Management – Identifying and planning quality requirements for a project and how the project will demonstrate the compliance with the requirements
    • Detailed discussion and understanding of the Diverse Quality Standards and Tools
    • Manage Quality – Ensure project quality through the necessary Audits and Tools
    • Control Quality – What is quality inspection, what does quality control mean and relevant tools
    • Discussion and understanding on difference between quality assurance and quality control

 

Module 7: HR Management       

    • Quiz on Quality management
    • Plan Human Resource Management – Discuss diverse organization charts, Roles and responsibilities, staffing plan and training plan
    • Estimate Activity Resources – Estimate resources to perform the defined activities
    • Acquire Resources – Acquiring project team members from cross functional teams, vendors, acquire/ensure pre-assigned resources and required experts resources through negotiation.
    • Develop Team – Training, team building activities, reward recognitions, team performance assessments etc.
    • Manage Team – Overall project performance appraisals, Leadership styles of a Project Manager, Conflict resolution
    • Diverse Motivation Theories
    • Control Resources – Ensure resources are assigned to project as planned and monitoring planned Vs actual utilization and taking necessary corrective actions

 

Module 8: Communication Management       

    • Quiz on HR management
    • Plan Communication – How the overall project communication will be mapped, happened, and controlled
    • Monitor and Control Project Communications: Diverse communication Types / Methods, Communication Channel and Communication Process

 

Module 9: Risk Management        

    • Quiz on Communication management
    • Plan Risk Management – How risks and issues of the project will be managed
    • Identify Risk – Identifying potential risks
    • Qualitative Risk Analysis – Analyze the probability and impact of the identified risks and define risk exposer
    • Quantitative Risk Analysis – Analyze quantitative values (monetary) of the identified risks
    • Plan Risk Response – Plan suitable responses/mitigation strategy against the identify risks
    • Implement Risk Responses – Implementation of responses that has been planned against identified risks
    • Control Risk – Monitor the risks, measure performance and exposers, apply reserves etc.

 

Module 10: Procurement Management         

    • Quiz on Risk management
    • Plan Procurement – How will the procurement of a project be happened? Diverse contract types, make or buy decisions, Procurement SOW, Identify selection criteria
    • PTA calculation
    • Conduct Procurement – Bidders conference, negotiations, proposal evaluations and Select sellers
    • Control Procurement – Evaluate procurement performance, Claims administration etc.
    • Close Procurement – Conduct procurement audits, negotiate and settle claims and disputes and close procurement contracts.

 

Module 11: Stakeholder Management           

    • Identify Stakeholder – Identify stakeholder and create Stakeholder Register, Identify interest and power of the diverse stakeholders
    • Plan Stakeholder Engagement – Plan for managing the relevant stakeholders as per the identification and analysis of their interest and influence
    • Manage Stakeholder Engagement – Manage engagements and the relevant stakeholder
    • Monitor Stakeholder engagement – Control stakeholder engagement through necessary information distribution and performance reporting

 

Module 12: Concluding session          

    • How to apply for the certification exam and sample excel file preparation for experience write up
    • Mock Exam

Curriculum

Training On PMP (Project Management Professional) Exam Preparation 40 Hrs

Tentative Class Start

31st October, 2020

Available Seat

10 / 16

who can join

This PMP training is specially designed for:

  • Project Managers
  • Senior Executives
  • Directors
  • Engineers
  • Project sponsors
  • Planning Engineers
  • Project coordinators
  • Business Executives
  • Operations Managers
  • Construction Managers
  • IT project Managers
  • Bankers

The training is suitable for individuals and project team members interested in obtaining the PMP Certification.

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