ProXalt® is a global leader in providing cost effective and reliable, management training in the industry. ProXalt® is a member for the Project Management Institute (PMI)® since 2006. ProXalt®, as a PMI® educational provider, has agreed to abide by PMI® established quality assurance criteria.
ProXalt® was founded by experienced, knowledgeable, and passionate Program and Project Management professionals, practitioners and trainers, who value diversity and take pride in being an equal opportunity employer.
The main objective of this Online Training Program is to fulfills the prerequisite requirement for the PMP® Certification Exam application as determined by the PMI®.
ProXalt’s On Demand PM Education Course, this training Program covers key concepts and terms based on the text, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – 6th Edition published by the PMI® and other topics covered on the PMP® Exam.
It is designed for students wishing to work at their own pace and schedule, fulfilling the PMP® application requirement set forth by the PMI®. Complete this course at your own pace and in the structure that works for you. Engaging interactive lessons and hundreds of practice exam questions with rationale await you. All you need is your computer (Mac or PC), a web browser, internet connection, and you are ready to go!
Upon Completion of this course, ProXalt® will provide a course completion certificate to the PMP® aspirant. This certificate can be used towards submitting Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Application to the PMI® for the PMP® application approval.
Apart from course completion certificate you will also learn and gain knowledge in:
|Education Requirements||Option – 1
Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate degree or global equivalent)
|Option – 2
Four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or global equivalent)
|Experience||Minimum of 5 years/60 months unique non-overlapping professional PM experience||Minimum of 3 years/36 months unique non-overlapping professional PM experience|
|Hours were spent on leading and directing project tasks||at least 7,500 Hours||at least 4,500 Hours|
|Hours of formal Project Management Education**||35 hours||35 hours|
**You can satisfy the education requirements by demonstrating the successful completion of courses, workshops and training sessions offered by Project Management Institute (PMI)® Registered Education Providers (R.E.P)’s such as ProXalt® (R.E.P Id 2697).
On Demand Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Prep Online Training Program fulfills 35 hours PM Education prerequisite requirement for the PMP® Certification Exam application as determined by the PMI® as well as it prepares you completely to take the PMP® Exam.
|Description||On Demand PM Education||35 Hrs PM Education|
|PMP Application Assistance||YES|
|Student Recall Sheet (quick ref.)||YES|
|PMBOK® Guide – Process Documents||YES|
|PMBOK® Guide – Summary Input/Output/Tools & Tech. worksheet||YES|
|375 Module Questions+ 200 final exam questions||YES|
|120 Pop Quizzes||YES|
|24 Hours a day – 7 days a week access||YES||YES|
|Timed Practice Exams||YES||YES|
|35 hours Course Completion Certificate||YES||YES|
|#of Days Access||60||30/60|
|Price||US $199||US $49 / $79|
|Extension (Maximum)||60 Days||30 Days|
|Extension Price||US $49||US $29|
This course is based on the text, ‘A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge’ – (PMBOK® Guide) 6th Edition published by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® and consists of thirteen (13) modules:
Introduction to Project, factors that lead to the creation of a Project, importance of Project Management, relationship of project, program, and portfolio management processes, organizational structures, PM skills, and the ten (10) knowledge areas.
In this section we will discuss about the following tools and techniques groups
Project manager plays a critical role in the leadership of project team to achieve the project’s objectives. This role is clearly visible throughout the project. In this section we will discuss about the project manager’s sphere of influence, competences, the PMI talent Triangle®, technical, strategic and business management skills, Leadership skills, and integration skills at different levels.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Project Stakeholder Management includes the processes required to identify the people, group, or organizations that could impact or be impacted by the project.
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.