PMI® Authorised PMP® Exam Prep

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Den här kursen har fullt fokus på PMP®-certifiering och förbereder deltagarna för att skriva PMP-provet som leder till den populära projektledarcertifieringen PMP från PMI (Project Management Institute). Du kommer att få djup förståelse för terminologin och de kunskapsområden som utgör PMBOK® Guide. I kursmaterialet ingår femte upplagan av PMBOK® Guide samt 300 övningsfrågor.

Nyckelfunktioner:

  • The course, PMI developed content, taught by PMI certified and “badged” LT instructors, with many years of practical project management and teaching/facilitating experience
  • An individual study plan, spanning the period from the class, to the day of the PMP exam
  • Individual coaching during the implementation of the study plan
  • PMP style exam questions, and exam simulation, available during the study plan period
  • Social learning platform, participating in discussions, collaborating
  • Access to micro learning videos on specific PM subject

Du kommer lära dig att:

  • Prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam
  • Create a high performing team
  • Start the Project
  • Do the work
  • Keep the team on track
  • Keep the business in mind

Certifications/Credits:

PMI 35 PDU

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PMP Certification Instructor-Led Course Information

  • PMP Training Course Description

    Through concentrated practise exams and activities, you learn essential Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) terminology, tools and techniques, as well as the specialised elements beyond the PMBOK® Guide required to pass the exam. Some overnight study is required to prepare for the daily practise exams. You will leave this course having created a personalised study plan designed for ultimate exam success.PMP Training Course Description

  • Requirements/Recommended Experience

    This course is valuable for experienced project managers who are planning to take the PMP soon. At least three years’ experience as a project manager and related project management training is assumed prior to taking this course.

    Additionally, you must earn 35 PMI Professional Development Units (PDUs) to take the PMP exam. This course provides the 35 required PMI PDUs for candidates to be eligible to take the PMP exam.

  • Who Should Attend This PMP Class

    • Anyone meeting the requirements to take the PMP exam to get PMP certified
    • Typical job roles include: 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
  • All-Inclusive: Learning Tree PMP Exam Prep Guarantee, After-Course Coaching

    Learning Tree is with you from the beginning of your planning until you pass your PMP exam. This PMP training course includes Unlimited FREE course retakes, plus coaching with your instructor to help you prepare for your exam or answer real-world project management challenges.

  • Project/Program Management Learning Path

    This course is part of Learning Tree’s Project/Program Learning Path. Chart your course to success today. View Learning Tree’s Project/Program Management Learning Path ›

PMP Instructor-Led Course Outline

  • LESSON 1: CREATING A HIGH-PERFORMING TEAM

    The success of your project depends on the people involved. A key role of a project manager is to assemble and manage the project team and any additional stakeholders.

    • TOPIC A: BUILD A TEAM

    Successful projects require teams to build the required business solution. As a professional project manager, you’ll benefit from understanding and applying the processes and practises required to build effective teams.

    • TOPIC B: DEFINE TEAM GROUND RULES

    In order for the team to perform effectively, they need to collectively define project ground rules based on context, such as organisational rules and team dynamics.

    • TOPIC C: NEGOTIATE PROJECT AGREEMENTS

    Now that the team has been assembled, you might need to facilitate negotiations to reach an agreement about the project objectives.

    • TOPIC D: EMPOWER TEAM MEMBERS AND STAKEHOLDERS

    Project managers need to get a feel for their teams, identify and organise around team strengths, and set up systems to ensure the teams are accountable for their tasks.

    • TOPIC E: TRAIN TEAM MEMBERS AND STAKEHOLDERS

    Team members may need to be trained in different aspects of the project, the customer environment, and the solution approach. Users, customers, and other stakeholders will require training and other knowledge transfer to ensure successful onboarding of the solution.

    • TOPIC F: ENGAGE AND SUPPORT VIRTUAL TEAMS

    Modern projects almost without fail create the need to work with and manage virtual teams. Effectively engaging with and supporting your virtual teams will increase your value to the project as a whole.

    • TOPIC G: BUILD SHARED UNDERSTANDING ABOUT A PROJECT

    One of the first goals in onboarding a team for a project is to ensure that they reach consensus and support the outcome of the parties’ agreement.

  • Lesson 2: STARTING THE PROJECT

    Now that you’ve assembled a high-performing, engaged, and empowered project team, you are ready to get started with the planning of the project. Planning includes all aspects of a project including budget, schedule, scope, quality, project activities, procurement, and closure.

    • TOPIC A: DETERMINE APPROPRIATE PROJECT METHODOLOGY/METHODS AND PRACTICES

    There is no one way to manage every project. Knowledge and understanding of project management best practises is one part of the equation. Determining and applying the most appropriate methodology and practises to your project is another part.

    • TOPIC B: PLAN AND MANAGE SCOPE

    The project team must complete work in order to achieve project outcomes. What that work is, what must be done, guiding that work, ensuring the work is done, and setting criteria as to what “done” is, so it can be properly validated are all elements the project team must plan for and manage throughout the project.

    • TOPIC C: PLAN AND MANAGE BUDGET AND RESOURCES

    Without proper management of project costs, expenses can get out of control quickly. You must be prepared to make adjustments and apply the correct costs to resources, activities, and services that align with your budget.

    • TOPIC D: PLAN AND MANAGE SCHEDULE

    The project schedule in its most basic form is simply a representation of how long a project takes to complete. It includes a number of components, including the activities that will be performed to execute the project scope, the duration of each activity, and how the activities are related to each other.

    • TOPIC E: PLAN AND MANAGE QUALITY OF PRODUCTS AND DELIVERABLES

    All projects must be of a certain quality. What that level of quality is, the expectations around the quality, how the project’s quality is to be measured, how it will be aligned to the project’s objective, and how the quality is to be tracked and reported are a few important aspects of managing this key attribute.

    • TOPIC F: INTEGRATE PROJECT PLANNING ACTIVITIES

    As plans are being developed and updated, you’ll need to integrate all those plans and components to ensure coordinated and efficient progress.

    • TOPIC G: PLAN AND MANAGE PROCUREMENT

    Procuring products and services from external suppliers requires identifying suppliers, obtaining bids or proposals from them, and awarding contracts based on their evaluation. All procurements for the project must be done within the specified parameters of time, cost, and quality to ensure that the project meets the stakeholders’ requirements.

    • TOPIC H: ESTABLISH PROJECT GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE

    Organisations use governance guidelines to establish strategic direction and performance parameters. The strategic direction provides the purpose, expectations, goals, and actions to guide business pursuits and is aligned with business objectives. Project management activities should be, and must stay, aligned with business direction to increase project success.

    • TOPIC I: PLAN AND MANAGE PROJECT/PHASE CLOSURE

    Closing a project or project phase is one of the last steps in completing that project or phase. Because a project is a unique, one-time activity, the formal closing out of the project is essential.

  • LESSON 3: DOING THE WORK

    Now that you have a project plan and have determined the requirements for managing the project from initiation to closure, you are ready to execute the project.

    • TOPIC A: ASSESS AND MANAGE RISKS

    Robust risk management not only helps you anticipate and mitigate problems, but also provides you with specific actions to take for responding to potential project risks.

    • TOPIC B: EXECUTE PROJECT TO DELIVER BUSINESS VALUE

    Project managers must execute the project in the most appropriate manner to balance the urgency to realise the value with the abilities of the team based on quality expectations.

    • TOPIC C: MANAGE COMMUNICATIONS

    Project managers spend approximately 90 percent of their time communicating with the project team and other stakeholders. For this reason, it is imperative that communicating clearly and completely should be a high priority for every project manager.

    • TOPIC D: ENGAGE STAKEHOLDERS

    As project managers, it is in your best interest to keep project stakeholders interested in the project and the outcomes.

    • TOPIC E: CREATE PROJECT ARTIFACTS

    Everyone knows that projects create deliverables— the interim and final products of the project’s scope. Projects also create artifacts throughout their life cycle.

    • TOPIC F: MANAGE PROJECT CHANGES

    Throughout the life of a project, there will be changes in the project that can turn risky if not handled at the right time.

    • TOPIC G: MANAGE PROJECT ISSUES

    Projects do not always go smoothly, and situations can arise which have the potential to affect the scope, schedule, or cost if left unattended.

    • TOPIC H: ENSURE KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER FOR PROJECT CONTINUITY

    It is important for project team members to obtain the right knowledge at the time when they need it to do their job.

  • LESSON 4: KEEPING THE TEAM ON TRACK

    Now that the project team has been assembled and is doing the work of the project, you need to ensure that the team stays on track. As the project manager, you need to demonstrate the type of leadership that facilitates collaboration amongst the team and stakeholders, manages conflict, removes obstacles, and supports the team’s performance.

    • TOPIC A: LEAD A TEAM

    The appropriate leadership style depends on the situation, the project, the stakeholders, your skills, and many other factors. A project manager must be astute in various leadership styles to apply the most suitable technique for the moment.

    • TOPIC B: SUPPORT TEAM PERFORMANCE

    You want to get the most from your team. There are many ways to support their efforts and encourage high performance.

    • TOPIC C: ADDRESS AND REMOVE IMPEDIMENTS, OBSTACLES, AND BLOCKERS

    Any actions a project manager can take to address and remove the conditions or causes restricting the team’s productivity helps the team and the project produce value.

    • TOPIC D: MANAGE CONFLICT

    Conflict can be a positive benefit to the project and its outcomes, if managed and cultivated properly.

    • TOPIC E: COLLABORATE WITH STAKEHOLDERS

    The more collaboration and alignment, the better ability for the project to deliver value and progress towards those ends.

    • TOPIC F: MENTOR RELEVANT STAKEHOLDERS

    There are plenty of opportunities for you to share your knowledge and experience with others.

    • TOPIC G: APPLY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TO PROMOTE TEAM PERFORMANCE

      Being able to read social cues, interact, and sense what people are thinking, feeling, and projecting are powerful aspects of working with people.

  • LESSON 5: KEEPING THE BUSINESS IN MIND

    Keeping a handle on the changes in both the internal and external business environments is the project manager’s responsibility. Employing a continuous process improvement plan will ensure that the project’s success can be consistently repeated within your organisation.

    • TOPIC A: MANAGE COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS

    As part of managing a project, it will be necessary for you to maintain visibility into compliance requirements and to ensure that they are effectively managed throughout the project.

    • TOPIC B: EVALUATE AND DELIVER PROJECT BENEFITS AND VALUE

    A project is undertaken to meet the objectives and requirements of its stakeholders, and the project manager is responsible for delivering what these stakeholders expect. Keeping your eye on the project’s benefits and value will help ensure ultimate project success.

    • TOPIC C: EVALUATE AND ADDRESS INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CHANGES

    As the project commences and progresses, there are often changes in the internal and external business environment that may impact the project value and the desired scope/backlog.

    • TOPIC D: SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE

    Projects and project management take place in an environment that is broader than that of the project itself, and an organization’s culture, style, and structure influence how projects are performed.

    • TOPIC E: EMPLOY CONTINUOUS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT

    Project managers should always look for ways to continuously improve the processes they use to complete their project deliverables and meet the expectations of their shareholders.

    APPENDIX A: MAPPING COURSE CONTENT TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL (PMP)® EXAMINATION CONTENT OUTLINE

PMP Certification Training FAQs

  • Am I eligible for PMP certification?

    There are two categories for PMP eligibility:

    • Category 1:
      • Candidate holds a Bachelor's degree
      • Candidate must have at least 4,500 hours of project management experience within five process groups
      • Candidate must have completed at least 35 PDUs from a PMI REP (provided by this course)
    • Category 2:
      • Candidate possesses a high school diploma but no other higher-level education degree
      • Candidate must have at least 7,500 hours of project management experience within five process groups
      • Candidate must have completed at least 35 PDUs from a PMI REP (provided by this course)

    This course satisfies the requirement of 35 PDUs to take the PMP exam.

  • How do you get a PMP certification?

    To get PMP certified, follow these four steps: 

    1. Read the PMP Credentials Handbook
    2. Ensure you are eligible to become a PMI certified Project Manager
    3. Sign up for the exam and study the PMBOK® Guide
    4. Take the exam
  • How do I get PMP certification online?

    Schedules are busy, but PMP training online makes it easy to up-level your career. If you need PMP online training, we’ve got you covered. Our AnyWare course delivery option gives you the advantages of a live classroom right from the comfort of your computer screen – no matter where you are.

    Please note that while our PMP training is available online, the exam is scheduled with and proctored in person through Pearson Vue.

  • What industry credits can I earn for this course?

    This course offers you the opportunity to earn the following industry credits and certifications.

  • How do I obtain PDUs for this course?

    Certification candidates and existing credential holders are responsible for reporting all Continuing Certification Requirements Program (CCR) activities to PMI. To report the completion of a Learning Tree course, you can use the Online PDU Resources System.

    1. Go to the PMI Continuing Certification Requirements System
    2. Log in with your username and password
    3. At the bottom of this page, locate the activity number associated with your course in the chart, ex. 00A276
    4. Search activity number on the PMI site
    5. Click on “Report PDU for this activity”
    6. Fill in the date started and date completed
    7. Click on the box agreeing this claim is accurate and then submit
    Learning Tree REP Number: 1154
    Course 276 Activity Number: A00276
  • How do I register for the PMP exam?

    The first step to registering for the exam is submitting an application to PMI. One of the requirements to take the exam is taking a training course worth 35 PDUs, which this course satisfies. Once this course is purchased, attendees will have access to everything they need to start the application process with PMI through their My Learning Tree account. Once PMI accepts an application, certification candidates can register for the exam with a Prometric testing location.

  • Is PMP certification worth it?

    According to a survey conducted by PMI, individuals with PMP certification earn on average a 20% higher salary than those without certification. Additionally, when at least one-third of project managers in an organisation are PMP certified, that organisation can expect more projects to be completed on time, within budget.

  • How should I prepare for PMP certification?

    Though you can study and prepare for the PMP exam on your own, Learning Tree’s PMP certification exam prep course helps you prepare for success in two important ways:

    1. Our expert instructors will guide you in designing a personal study plan tailored to your needs, so you can prep with confidence — a real differentiator amongst PMP classes.
    2. With Learning Tree’s PMP Exam Prep Guarantee, you get unlimited free course retakes to ensure your success. Plus, you can take advantage of your after-course coaching session to ask follow-up questions as you prepare or seek assistance on your actual projects.

Attendee Reviews

Mark G. - Vice President, NY Presbyterian Hospital

“Fantastic!!!!! A ton of work and Eddie made it very easy to understand.”


Lori J. - Project Manager II, TD Bank

“Excellent course! The material covers what is needed, and the instructor makes it relevant and logical.”


Matthew B. - CenturyLink

“Great course, I learned a lot and it was explained very well.”


Vicki F. - Sr. Project Manager, CenturyLink

“Excellent ... Excellent ... Excellent course on Project Management tools and techniques and preparing for the PMP exam!”


Lori S. - Loudon County Public Schools

“It was intense, covered a lot of materials and I felt like I got a lot out of it.”


Ally M. - Operations Manager, GeoCGI

“Overall, the course was good. The instructor was knowledgeable and provided a lot of supporting information for the course material.”


Laquitta T. - Records Administrator, Department of Veterans Affairs

“This was an outstanding class with an exceptional instructor, Kirk Marsh. It's definitely information overload and brain draining for a 5 day class. I appreciate the design of the course using all the tools provided and the homework assignments. This is exactly the course I need to prep me to study and pass the exam!”


Stanley L. - Sr. Manager Finance, LDS Church

“My first comment is Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. I appreciate Hamid in so many ways. This is the most useful course that I have taken in the last 7 years. It was excellent. It was like drinking from a firehose. It was a revelatory experience. I learned so much. There are so many things that I can't wait to put into practise. I am very excited about the things I have learned. This information is going to solve many problems that I have been milling over.”


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