Course length: 5 days
If you enjoy the prestige that comes from being the best in your field, then you’ll appreciate the professional advantages derived from attaining the PMP, the profession’s most globally recognized and respected credential. The PMP designation following your name tells current and potential employers that you have demonstrated a solid foundation of knowledge from which you can competently practice project management.
|Educational Background||Project Management Experience||Project Management Education|
|High school diploma or equivalent|
|Minimum of five years/60 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 7,500 hours are spent leading and directing projects**||35 contact hours of formal education|
|Bachelor's degree or global equivalent||Minimum three years/36 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 4,500 hours are spent leading and directing projects.**||35 contact hours of formal education|
|All candidates must||35 contact hours of project management education Complete PMP Application Forms Schedule and pass the 200 question, 4hour PMP Exam|
Your ability as a project manager to demonstrate best practices in project management—both on the job and through professional certification—is becoming the standard to compete in today's fast-paced and highly technical workplace.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Initiate a project
Plan project work
Develop project schedules, cost estimates, and budgets
Plan project quality, staffing, and communications
Analyze project risks
Plan project procurement
Execute project work
Monitor and control project work
Monitor and control project schedule and costs
Monitor and control project quality, staffing, and communications
Monitor and control project risks and contracts
Close the project
PMI has announced that June 30, 2020 will be the last day to take their current exam. The new exam will be based approximately 50% on predictive project management approaches and 50% agile or hybrid project management approaches. The new exam will be realigned to three domains: People (42% of the questions), Process (50% of the questions) and Business Environment (8% of the questions).