Our premier PMP® certification training program provides comprehensive preparation to ensure exam success. This all-inclusive course offers students the knowledge and tools needed to thoroughly understand PMP® concepts and pass the certification exam.
By completing our training, participants will gain the skills and confidence to successfully obtain their PMP® credential. Our PMP® exam preparation program is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills required to pass the PMP® certification exam on their first attempt. The structured curriculum comprehensively covers all exam content areas through a combination of instructional videos, practice questions, simulated exams, and other resources.
Learners are guided along an optimized learning path that promotes retention and readiness for the actual test. Upon completion of our prep course, participants will feel equipped with the understanding and confidence needed to achieve PMP® certification.
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Eligibility Criteria for PMP® Certification
Why Pursue PMP® Certification?
|Topic A: Build a Team||Topic A: Determine Appropriate Project Methodology/Methods and Practices|
|Topic B: Define Team Ground Rules||Topic B: Plan and Manage Scope|
|Topic C: Negotiate Project Agreements||Topic C: Plan and Manage Budget and Resources|
|Topic D: Empower Team Members and Stakeholders||Topic D: Plan and Manage Schedule|
|Topic E: Train Team Members and Stakeholders||Topic 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|
|Topic A: Assess and Manage Risks||Topic A: Lead a Team|
|Topic B: Execute Project to Deliver Business Value||Topic B: Support Team Performance|
|Topic C: Manage Communication||Topic C: Address and Remove Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers|
|Topic D: Engage Stakeholders||Topic D: Manage Conflict|
|Topic E: Create Project Artifacts||Topic E: Collaborate With Stakeholders|
|Topic F: Manage Project Changes||Topic F: Mentor Relevant Stakeholders|
|Topic G: Manage Project Issues||Topic G: Apply Emotional Intelligence to Promote Team Performance|
|Topic H: Ensure Knowledge Transfer for Project Continuity|
|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|
What is PMP certification?
PMP stands for Project Management Professional. It is a globally recognized certification offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) to individuals who demonstrate expertise in project management processes and methodologies.
Why should I pursue PMP certification?
PMP certification enhances your project management skills, opens up new career opportunities, increases earning potential, and validates your expertise in managing projects effectively and efficiently.
What are the prerequisites for PMP certification?
To be eligible for the PMP exam, you need either a secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or global equivalent) with 5 years of project management experience, or a four-year degree with 3 years of project management experience. Additionally, you must have 35 hours of project management education/training.
How do I prepare for the PMP exam?
Preparation for the PMP exam typically involves a combination of self-study using PMP exam prep books, online courses, and practice exams. Many professionals also find it helpful to participate in formal PMP training programs.
What is the format of the PMP exam?
The PMP exam consists of 200 multiple-choice questions. It covers areas such as project initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, closing, and professional responsibility. The exam duration is 4 hours.
How much does the PMP certification exam cost?
The exam fee for PMI members is $405 USD, and for non-members, it is $555 USD. PMI membership, which costs $139 USD, offers various benefits, including a discount on the exam fee.
How long is the PMP certification valid?
The PMP certification is valid for three years. To maintain your certification, you need to earn 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) during the three-year cycle.
Can I take the PMP exam online?
Yes, PMI offers an online proctored exam option, allowing candidates to take the PMP exam from the comfort of their homes or offices.
How long does it take to prepare for the PMP exam?
The time required to prepare for the PMP exam varies from person to person. On average, most candidates spend 2-3 months preparing for the exam, dedicating several hours each week to study and review the material.
What happens if I fail the PMP exam?
If you do not pass the PMP exam on your first attempt, you can re-take the exam. PMI allows up to three attempts in one year. It's advisable to analyze your performance, focus on your weak areas, and retake the exam after additional preparation.