PMP Certification Training Course

As the world’s leading authority on project management, PMI created PMP Certification to recognize project managers who have proven they have the skills to successfully manage projects. Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification represents an elite group of project managers. It proves project leadership experience and expertise in any way of working.

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PMP Course Key Features

35 Hrs Live Virtual Training
35 Contact Hours (PDU) Certificate
PMI® Authorized Instructors
100% Money Back Guarantee
Course Completion Certificate
PMP Application Filling Support
Mentoring And Reference Material From PMBOK Reviewer
Post Training Assistance
Real-World Case Studies & Practical Exercises
PMP® Study Material

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PMP Certification Course Overview

The Project Management Professional (PMP) is a globally recognized certification offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). PMP is the most popular certification across industries. PMP certification demonstrates a professional’s expertise in leading and directing project teams. It also helps in delivering projects within the constraints of schedule, budget and resources. LeanWisdom PMP® Certification training is widely popular among the participants. 

This PMP certification training from LeanWisdom covers the principles, processes, and techniques of project management as outlined in the PMI’s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide). Aspirants Through PMP certification training can learn how to effectively apply project management knowledge and skills to real-world projects. LeanWisdom PMP Certification Training is always led by experienced PMP certified instructors.

The PMP training course from LeanWisdom covers the fundamental topics that every project management professional should know. It covers subjects like Modern technologies, emerging trends, and the essential skills required by a project manager.

Why PMP Certification?

Research indicates that employers will need to fill nearly 2.3 million new project-oriented roles each year through 2030. This means skilled project managers are in high demand. PMP certification is designed by project professionals, for project professionals and validates that you are among the best. The PMP delivers benefits. The median salary for project professionals is 18% higher globally (and 34% higher in the United States) than those without it. The PMP proves you work smarter. It shows you have the skills to drive business results and increase your organization’s impact in the office and around the world.

Benefits of PMP Certification

Globally Accepted
Introduction to new concepts & ideas
Shape's you to Become a Better Project Manager
Higher Salary than Non-Certified Project Managers
Strengthens Professional Network
Adds Value to your Resume

Who Should Attend?

Project managers
Team leads and supervisors
Aspiring project managers
Professionals seeking PMP certification
Anyone involved in project management
Individuals interested in enhancing their project management skills

The PMP Course objectives include:

Gain knowledge about Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI)® best practices and standards of Project Management
Obtain 35 contact hours upon completion of this PMP Online Training, which is required to take the PMP exam
Prepare further to succeed in the Project Management Professional certification exam
Understand where projects fit within an organization and its strategy
Focus on project benefits in addition to the traditional focus on project outputs
Recognize and recall formal Project Management terms and practices used in the industry globally
Apply formal tools and techniques to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control & close a project
Apply knowledge management techniques in a project
Understand the internal and external factors that influence the projects such as organization structures, process assets and enterprise environmental factors
Understand Project Manager’s skills and competencies
Analyze and integrate various areas of project management like scope, schedule, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk, procurement & stakeholders
Apply the concepts and processes of Project Integration Management
Gain the ability to apply Agile considerations in real projects, in all the project knowledge areas

Who can attend ?

Four-Year Degree

36 months of experience leading projects within the past eight years

35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® certification

High School Diploma or Associates Degree

60 months of experience leading projects within the past eight years

Course Outline

Introduction
Overview: Basic Project management framework
Roles & responsibilities in different project management approach
Major Process Domain
Major People Domain
Business Environment Domain
PMI® Code of Ethics & Professional conduct

Reasons to do PMP Certification

Land a higher salary
Find new career opportunities with a credibility boost
Tap into a growing community
Customers are demanding PMP certification from their vendors.
Globally Accepted
Help you Become a Better Project Manager
Strengthens Professional Network

Unique & Key Features

The Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is the world's most widely recognized project management certification. It is awarded by the Project Management Institute (PMI), and it is a globally recognized standard of excellence for project managers. Several key features of the PMP certification make it so valuable.
Globally recognized: The PMP certification is recognized by employers and organizations worldwide. This makes it a valuable asset for project managers working in various industries and locations.

In-depth knowledge: The PMP certification requires project managers to have a deep understanding of project management principles and practices. This includes knowledge of the five phases of the project management lifecycle, the 10 knowledge areas of project management, and the 49 project management processes.

Professional development: The PMP certification process requires project managers to complete 35 contact hours of project management education. This helps to ensure that project managers are up-to-date on the latest project management trends and best practices.

Increased earning potential: Project managers with PMP certification typically earn more than those without certification. In fact, a recent study by PMI found that PMP-certified project managers earn an average of 16% more than those without certification.

In addition to these key features, the PMP certification also offers a number of other benefits, such as:

Increased job opportunities: The PMP certification can help project managers to increase their job opportunities and earn higher salaries.
Professional credibility: The PMP certification is a recognized mark of professional credibility, and it can help project managers to build trust and rapport with clients and colleagues.
Personal development: The PMP certification process can help project managers to develop their skills and knowledge, and it can also help them to become more effective leaders and managers.

If you are interested in a career in project management, the PMP certification is an excellent way to demonstrate your skills and knowledge. The certification process can be challenging, but it is well worth the effort. With a PMP certification, you can open up new career opportunities and boost your earning potential.

Here are some of the key approaches of the new PMP:
Predictive: This approach is based on a traditional waterfall model, where the project is planned in detail up front and then executed according to the plan.
Agile:This approach is based on iterative and incremental development, where the project is broken down into smaller, more manageable pieces that are delivered in short sprints.
Hybrid:This approach combines elements of both predictive and agile approaches, and it is often used for projects that are complex or have a high degree of uncertainty.

The new PMP exam will assess your knowledge and skills in all three of these approaches. This will ensure that you are prepared to manage projects in any environment.

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Curriculum

Lesson 1: Creating A High Performing TeamLesson 2 : Starting the Project
Topic A: Build a TeamTopic A: Determine Appropriate Project Methodology/Methods and Practices
Topic B: Define Team Ground RulesTopic B: Plan and Manage Scope
Topic C: Negotiate Project AgreementsTopic C: Plan and Manage Budget and Resources
Topic D: Empower Team Members and StakeholdersTopic D: Plan and Manage Schedule
Topic E: Train Team Members and StakeholdersTopic E: Plan and Manage Quality of Products and Deliverables
Topic F: Engage and Support Virtual Teams
Topic F: Integrate Project Planning Activities
Topic G: Build Shared Understanding about a Project
Topic G: Plan and Manage Procurement

Topic H: Establish Project Governance Structure

Topic I : Plan and Manage Project/Phase Closure


Lesson 3 : Doing the workLesson 4 : Keeping the Team on Track
Topic A: Assess and Manage RisksTopic A: Lead a Team
Topic B: Execute Project to Deliver Business ValueTopic B: Support Team Performance
Topic C: Manage CommunicationTopic C: Address and Remove Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers
Topic D: Engage StakeholdersTopic D: Manage Conflict
Topic E: Create Project ArtifactsTopic E: Collaborate With Stakeholders
Topic F: Manage Project ChangesTopic F: Mentor Relevant Stakeholders
Topic G: Manage Project IssuesTopic G: Apply Emotional Intelligence to Promote Team Performance
Topic H: Ensure Knowledge Transfer for Project Continuity
Lesson 5: Keeping the Business in Min
Topic A: Manage Compliance Requirements
Topic B: Evaluate and Deliver Project Benefits and Value
Topic C: Evaluate and Address Internal and External Business Environment Changes
Topic D: Support Organizational Change
Topic E: Employ Continuous Process Improvement


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PMP Certification Training Course FAQ's

PMP® certification stands for Project Management Professional certification, a globally recognized credential that validates a project manager's skills and expertise in leading and managing projects.

PMP certification enhances your project management knowledge, improves job prospects, increases earning potential, and provides a competitive advantage in the industry.

To be eligible for PMP certification, you need a four-year degree (or equivalent) and at least 3 years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading projects.

The duration varies based on individual factors, but most candidates spend 2-3 months preparing for the PMP exam, including studying the PMBOK Guide and taking practice exams.

The PMP exam consists multiple-choice questions. The questions are based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) Guide.

Effective preparation for the PMP exam involves studying the PMBOK Guide, utilizing study resources, enrolling for online training, and taking practice exams.

Yes, we offer PMP training courses available both online and in-person. These courses cover the exam content, provide study materials, and offer guidance on exam preparation.

The PMP exam can be challenging, but with proper preparation and study, it is achievable. Understanding the PMBOK Guide and taking practice exams can significantly improve your chances of success.

PMP certification is valid for three years. To maintain the certification, you must earn 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) within the three-year cycle. PDUs can be obtained through continuing education or project management-related activities.

You can get information on each policy or procedure, tips, and essential information regarding the PMP Certification and exam from the CCR or the PMP handbook by PMI. It is helpful for those applying for the exam or to learn about the PMP practices. The handbook applies to all testing modalities