The Project Management Introduction is designed for the beginner project manager. With this course you will know how to start a project, get the proper authority to assign resources, how to define your scope, develop your schedule and budget, identify risks, manage stakeholders, track changes, report on progress and close-out the project.
At PM Academy, we will provide you with industry leading instructors teaching you what you need to know to manage your next project.
Our Project Management Introduction course is specifically designed to immediately help you on your next project. Our objective is to make you a better project manager, providing the latest thought leadership and lasting insights into how to delivery projects that create lasting value. Our blueprint is built upon the following essential capabilities and strategies:
- Why are you so awesome? Why do companies need project managers
- Provide an initial outline - a life of a project and managing it
- Review the 5 PMBoK process groups
- Thoroughly explore each of the 10 knowledge areas
- Examine other relevant disciplines
- Provide practice examinations to “test your knowledge”
- Provide additional hands-on learning tools
- Provide hints and tips for writing the exam
- Workshops and hands-on case studies
Upon completion of our PMP Exam Preparation workshop you will:
- Know the ten knowledge areas and five process groups of the PMBoK. You will also understand how the ten knowledge areas interact with the process groups in managing projects.
- Understand, in detail, the sub-processes of the PMBoK and the nuances and meanings of each of the definitions within each sub-process. This includes comprehensive understanding of the inputs/tools & techniques/output model underlying the PMBoK.
- Be able to practically align the framework of the PMBoK with a concrete understanding of how the project management process works within your organization.
- Be able to rapidly construct a success sheet of process and knowledge areas to be used as a supporting tool in studying for the PMP examination.
- Know how to more effectively write the examination, including tools and tips for optimizing your time in the examination room.
- Have a practical framework to manage your last few days or weeks prior to writing the PMP examination.
- Pass the PMP Exam!
Who should register for this course?
- Project managers
- Associate/Asst. Manager - Projects
- Team leads/Managers
- Project Executives/Engineers
- Software Developers
- Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager
Exam and certification requirements
- Non-graduates: need 5 years/7500 hours of professional project experience
- Graduates: need 3 years/4500 hours of professional project experience
Additionally, every applicant requires 35 hours of formal project management training