PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL (PMP)® CERTIFICATION PREPARATION
AAcquire new concepts, methods and techniques based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) to improve your project management skills et prepare yourself for the PMP® exam.
49 CONTACT HOURS
DELIVERED IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH, MATERIAL IN ENGLISH
The PMP® certification preparation requires a lot of availability, personal work after each session in order to prepare for the next one, and time to integrate newly acquired knowledge.
PMGS limits the number of participants to enable better discussion between participants and teachers, which facilitates the acquisition of knowledge.
7 days of face-to-face training course (3 days + 2 days + 2 days) for 3 months
1 exam simulator of 1000 questions
1 distance support by the Expert Trainer
A copy of the PMBOK® Guide – sixth edition is given to participants.
Study the five groups of project processes and the 10 knowledge areas of the PMBOK® Guide
Gain overall knowledge of the methods, tools, techniques, as well as input and output of each of the 49 processes
Understand how the PMP® exam is structured through the execution of multiple-choice questions
Mapped questions against the PMP® Examination Content Outline
The Project Management Institute (PMI)® Conditions of Illegibility:
Participants must meet the qualification and experience requirements from the PMI® :
Pre-requisite 1 - if the candidate holds a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent, he/she must show proof of at least 4,500 hours (36 months) of project-related experience within the last six years. A candidate without any such corresponding degree must show proof of 7,500 hours (60 months) of project-related experience within the last eight years.
Pre-requisite 2 - the candidate must prove that he/she has received 35 hours of project management training — which can be obtained upon completion of this 5-day session (35 hours of training). A training certificate will be issued to the participant, who can use it should he/she be audited by the PMI®
PART 1 – 3 DAYS
Key concepts in project management
Knowledge areas and processes from the PMBOK® Guide
Being PMP® credential holder
The project start-up, implementation, management of modifications, and completion.
Scope planning, definition, work breakdown structure, audit and scope control.
The identification of activities, sequencing of activities, appraisal of resources needed for the activities, estimated duration of the activities, set-up and control of the schedule.
Cost planning and estimating, budgeting and cost control.
Quality planning, quality insurance, and quality control.
PART 2 – 2 DAYS
Resource planning, staffing and the management of the project team.
Communications planning, information distribution, status reports, and stakeholder management.
Risk management planning, risk identification, qualitative and quantitative risk analyses, preparation of response plans, risk monitoring and control.
Procurement planning, invitation for bid planning, supplier selection, contract administration and completion.
Stakeholder identification, stakeholder management planning, stakeholder engage management, stakeholder control management.
Professional responsibility of the Project Leader towards the PMI®, the project leaders’ community, and the clients.
This section enables project leaders to use their best judgement during the decision process while respecting the interests of all stakeholders.
PART 3 – 2 DAYS
Review – Control of acquired knowledge
Exercises/Questionnaires/ Practice tests and Analysis
Blank exam of 200 questions in 4 hours