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PMP v5 Certification Boot Camp - Training Camp

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Applied Project Management

Our 4-day Applied Project Management course teaches project management’s best practices and shows you concrete ways to put them into action. You will learn advanced theory and methodologies; strategies for planning, initiating, monitoring and closing a phase; how to estimate costs; how to develop your management style; tools for requirements gathering; leadership tips, and all other significant aspects of project management.

Thus course helps you implement main project management concepts, cementing your understanding by doing, no matter what kind of projects you manage.


PM-A

Duration: 4 days
PMI PDUs: 32
GSA Catalog: GS-02F-0044T

Enrollment Information

Hosted Onsite PMP Boot Camp Bring Training to Your Office

What You Will Learn:


  • Learn more advanced theory in project management
  • Put your learning into practice with hands-on experience
  • Move from learning “what” to do into learning “how”
  • Develop project artifacts that you can put to use immediately


  • PMP training
    Who Should Attend

    Professional project managers who wish to take their skills to the next level by putting advanced techniques into practice in a real-world environment.
    There are no prerequisites for this class, although prior background in project management is encouraged.

    PMP Courseware
    PMI PMP Certified Instructors

    We utilize Certified PMP instructors who are Subject Matter Experts well-versed in accelerated learning and project management techniques.

    This course delivery accommodates every student's learning needs through individualized instruction, group exercises, and independent study.


    PMP Certification Practice Tests
    Detailed Evening Review Options
    *Training Camp Exclusive Feature

    This Project Management course includes optional value-added evening review sessions foucused on real world PM case studies, and the art and science of delivering successful projects.


    PMP Exam
    E-Learning Study Package
    *Training Camp Exclusive Feature

    Get started fast with our pre-class access exclusive online e-learning program containing audio/visual lessons, downloadable exercises, and testing labs simulated practice exams towards PMP certification.




    "The instructor was phenomenal, she had a great sense of humor and time management needed for our educational needs. "
    Carolyn Sully, PWC



    "Instructor was very knowledgeable as evidenced by outlining a custom training itinerary that did not just simply read off the PMBOK. Very energetic, enthusiastic and skilled."
    Scott Ferdous, CENT



    "This program was a great fit for our PM team. We learned real world tasks, and not just PMI fluff. Very engaging case studies."
    Bryon Gault



    Course Outline


    Learning objectives overview
    Baseline review of PM Fundamentals
    Project methodologies and the project lifecycle
    Understanding and developing your management style
    Leveraging project phases
    The big picture of project management
    Keys to initiation
    Financial and other project selection techniques
    Key components of the project charter
    Empowerment and the project charter
    Developing the project plan
    Collecting work performance data
    Monitoring and controlling the project
    Integrated change control
    Closing a phase
    Planning project scope
    Project strategies: Using the Project Environmental Assessment
    Identifying Project Requirements
    Eight tools for requirements gathering
    Work Breakdown Structure -decomposing the deliverables
    Estimating activity durations
    Estimating activity resources
    Critical Chain Method
    Resource leveling
    Schedule compression techniques
    Controlling the schedule
    Estimating activity costs
    Reserve considerations
    Time-phasing estimates into a cost baseline
    Earned value
    Efficiency
    Corrective and preventive actions
    Forecasting
    S-curves
    Quality before and after 1950
    The processes of quality
    Emerging quality trends and best practices
    Planning for an exceptional project team
    Understanding organizational types
    Use of RAM and RACI charts
    Team development
    Assessing performance of team
    Using the Stakeholder Analysis Assistant to identify key stakeholders
    Setting expectations with the communications management plan
    Analyzing the risk tolerance level of your organization
    Risk identification methods
    Tools for deeper analysis of risk events
    Developing a risk response plan
    Monitoring the project for occurrence of risk event
    The big picture with procurement
    Understanding fixed price, incentive, and time and materials contracts
    Leveraging risk through point of total assumption and contract type
    The buyer’s request for proposal and the seller’s proposal
    Screening and weighting systems
    Professional responsibility and ethics
    Situational leadership and the project life cycle
    The basic formula for leadership
    The delegation transaction
    Leadership vs. management
    Theories of leadership