This course introduces participants to many of the concepts found on the CAPM and PMP certification exams. The course uses the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge Sixth Edition as the source material and aligns with the certification exams released March, 2018. Participants will earn 35 PDUs upon completing this course. The numbers appearing after each topic (e.g. 1.1, 1.2) refer to the corresponding section of the PMBOK Guide Fifth Edition. The PMP and CAPM certifications are authored and maintained by the Project Management Institute (PMI), a non-profit organization that collects and disseminates project management best practices. Over 750,000 people in 170 countries hold the PMP credential. The PMP exam is generally viewed as notoriously difficult.
The class duration is four days for public classes with 35 contract hours or four to five days for private classes at the client site and based on client preferences with 35 contact hours.
Course materials provided include: PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition, electronic student manual, over 1,000 online sample questions, 70 electronic templates and sample project management documents, over 1,000 online ITTO (Input, Tool & Technique, Output) flashcards, and over 300 online glossary flashcards.
Before taking this course, you must be a PMP candidate with a four-year degree or higher must have 4,500 hours of project management experience in the last eight years. PMP candidates with a high school equivalent must have 7,500 hours of project management experience in the last eight years. CAPM candidates require either 23 contact hours of training or 1,500 hours of project management experience.
4 to 5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is for project management professional candidates that are preparing for the CAPM and PMP certification exams.
Project Management Introduction