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The course is based on the ‘A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge’- (PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition) published by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® (revised CAPM® certification exam effective Nov. 1st, 2015) consists of ten (10) modules:
1. Introduction & Integration Management
Introduction to Project Management, management processes, organizational structures, PM skills, and the nine knowledge areas. Integrating the processes and activities needed to identify, define, combine, unify, and coordinate the various processes and Project Management activities, within the Project Management Process Groups.
2. Project Scope Management
Project Scope Management includes Scope Planning, Scope Definition, Create WBS, Scope Verification, and Scope Control. The primary goal of Scope Management Plan process is to ensure that the project is completed successfully.
3. Project Time Management
Define scheduled activities and place them in a logical sequence based on their dependencies. Estimate the duration of each activity and their resources. Incorporate all of these activities to develop a Project Schedule, and maintain and control the Project Schedule.
4. Project Cost Management
Project Cost Management includes Cost Estimating, Cost Budgeting, and Cost Controlling. The primary goal of Cost Management is to complete the project successfully within the approved budget.
5. Project Scope Management
Project Quality Management includes Quality Planning, Quality Assurance, and Quality Control. The Quality Management plan ensures that the Project Team implements quality polices that are defined by the customer.
6. Project Human Resource Management
Project Human Resource Management includes the organizing and management of the Project Team. This includes the development of a Staffing Management Plan for acquiring and developing the Project Team.
7. Project Communications Management
Project Communications Management ensures that all project related information is distributed among the Stakeholders in a timely manner with appropriate content and format. It also covers the storing and retrieving of project related information.
8. Project Risk Management
Project Risk Management includes Risk Management Planning, Risk Identification, and a Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis. Create a Risk Response Plan based on this analysis and then Monitor and Control the Risk.
9. Project Procurement Management
Project Procurement Management is the purchasing or acquiring of goods and services outside the performing organization. It includes various contract types, bidding, negotiations, and the administration of the contract.
10. Project Stakeholder Management
Project Stakeholder Management includes the processes required to identify the people, group, or organizations that could impact or be impacted by the project.
ProXalt® instructors work in a group and individualized setting to assist each student with their special needs for gaining comprehension and retention of the materials. Regardless of your initial level of aptitude or experience, this approach helps to guarantee your success.
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