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PMP® Exam Preparatory Course

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Overview
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    Most Valued Certification
    The PMP Exam Preparatory Course will train you to ace the PMI PMP® certification.
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    Job Opportunities
    Project management has helped 80% of global executives stay competitive in the job market.
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    Who Should Attend
    PMP® aspirants, existing or aspiring project managers, team leaders
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    Salary Packages
    The average annual salary for a practitioner project manager is ₹12.5 lakhs.
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    Earn 35 PDUs
    Earn the mandatory 35 PDUs for PMP® certification exam upon successfully completing the course.
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Most Valued Certification
The PMP Exam Preparatory Course will train you to ace the PMI PMP® certification.
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Job Opportunities
Project management has helped 80% of global executives stay competitive in the job market.
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Who Should Attend
PMP® aspirants, existing or aspiring project managers, team leaders
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Salary Packages
The average annual salary for a practitioner project manager is ₹12.5 lakhs.
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Earn 35 PDUs
Earn the mandatory 35 PDUs for PMP® certification exam upon successfully completing the course.
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Course Curriculum
1.1 Introduction to PMP and PMI
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Eligibility criteria
How to fill the application
Do’s and Don’ts while filling the application

1.2 Project Management Framework
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Definitions of project, program, portfolio, operations
Organizational influences
Role of PMO
Types of Organization structure
Product lifecycle and Project Lifecycle
Business documents
EEF and OPA
Process groups definitions
Project management lifecycle characteristics
Mapping of process groups, processes and knowledge areas

1.3 Role of the Project Manager
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Project Manager, Functional Manager and Operations Manager
Talent Triangle
Project Managers Power
Leadership vs Management
Leadership Styles
Personality
Integration

1.4 Project Integration Management
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Develop Project Charter
Develop Project Management Plan
Direct and Manage Project Work
Monitor and Control Project Work
Perform Integrated Change Control
Close Project or Phase

1.5 Project Scope Management
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Plan Scope Management
Collect Requirements
Define Scope
Create WBS
Validate Scope
Control Scope

2.1 Project Time Management
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Plan Schedule Management
Define Activities
Sequence Activities
Estimate Activity Resources
Estimate Activity Durations
Develop Schedule
Control Schedule

2.2 Project Cost Management
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Plan Cost Management
Estimate Costs
Determine Budget
Control Costs

2.3 Project Quality Management
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Plan Quality Management
Perform Quality Assurance
Control Quality

2.4 Project Human Resource Management
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Plan Human Resource Management
Acquire Project Team
Develop Project Team
Manage Project Team

2.5 Project Communication Management
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Plan Communications Management
Manage Communications
Control Communications

3.1 Project Risk Management
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Plan Risk Management
Identify Risks
Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
Plan Risk Response
Control Risks

3.2 Project Procurement Management
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Plan Procurement Management
Conduct Procurements
Control Procurements
Close Procurements

3.3 Project Stakeholder Management
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Identify Stakeholders
Plan Stakeholder Management
Manage Stakeholder Engagement
Control Stakeholder Engagement

3.4 Professional and Social Responsibility
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Honesty
Respect
Trust
Fairness

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Frequent Questions we get
What is the scope of Project Management in the current scenario?
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With an estimated 3,975,650 Project-Oriented job openings by 2020, the demand for certified project managers is on the rise. A certification in Project Management is mandatory if you need to understand the responsibilities of leadership and become equipped to apply this knowledge to the project environment. 

How is this course different from what others are offering?
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Traditional teaching and training of PMP® Exam Preparatory Course at Manipal ProLearn are based on lectures, reading materials and case studies. The difference lies in its case studies, which represent a real project and provide the lessons learned from it. Our unique Simulated-Based Training (SBT) presents an exceptional approach to the teaching and training of project management.

What are the salient features of the course?
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PMP® Exam Prep Course is a highly advanced and engaging program that is aligned to PMI® Curriculum. At the end of the program, the learners will be awarded 35 PDUs, which will make them eligible to appear for PMP® certification exam conducted by PMI®. The course will be taught through a comprehensive and modular set of learning content and interesting Simulation Based Training. This course outline follows the structure and layout of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition.

What will I be able to do after qualifying this program?
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After the course completion, learners will be able to establish a stronghold of project management skills. This course will help you prepare for the PMP® Certification Exam.

How much time do I need to plan for study each week?
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You should spend 6-8 hours every week on course activities, which may include readings, class discussions, projects, etc.

What are the add-ons available?
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Learners engaged in PMP® Exam Preparatory Course will be awarded 35 PDU’s (Performance development units), which is mandatory for appearing for the PMP® exam online.

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