• Project Management Professional (PMP) Preparation Program
     October 1, 2016 - October 2, 2016
     11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28223, United States

Course Summary

This training helps to prepare candidates for the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional (PMP) examination. Even experienced project managers will benefit from this workshop by learning what to expect and how to prepare. A baseline assessment (mock exam) helps students understand where they need to focus their time. The Project Management Processes and Framework puts this broad topic into perspective and each project management knowledge area is covered. This course has been updated to reflect the latest edition of PMBoK® 5.0.


This program focuses on presentation skills and techniques that will take you off the sidelines and puts you in the game. You will have power packed presentations that motivate, persuade, and hold the attention of the group.

Audience: Those interested in Project Management excellence, particularly those planning to take the PMP examination to become certified project managers.


  1. Introduction to Project Management in terms of PMI and PMBoK®
    1. Adopting vs. Adapting the Methodology
    2. Key Points to the Overview and Philosophy of Project Management
    3. Current State Needs and Shortcomings
    4. Facts about the Exam, the Application, and the Membership
  2. Project Integration
    1. Project, Program, Portfolio
    2. Types of Organization Structure
    3. The Project Manager and Project Team
  • Scope
    1. Constraints
    2. Assumptions
    3. Charter
    4. Project Plan
    5. Work Breakdown Structure (Activity One)
    6. Scope Definition & Plan
  1. Time and Cost
    1. Estimating Methods
    2. Responsibility Assignment Matrix
    3. Estimation of Time vs. Cost
    4. Actual vs. Schedule
    5. Estimated to Complete and Estimated at Complete
  2. Quality, HR, and Communication
    1. Quality Plans (Activity Three)
    2. Quality Assurance
    3. Quality Control
    4. Team Selection
    5. Team Development
  3. Risk and Procurement
    1. Risk Plan
    2. Risk Identification
    3. Quantitative and Qualitative Tools
    4. Risk Register
    5. Risk Strategies