Project Management Professional PMP® Certificate

Details :

This course provides a systematic and thorough introduction to all aspects of project management. Project s are an increasingly important aspect of modern business. Therefore, the course underlines the importance of understanding the relation between projects and the strategic goals of the organization. The course also discusses the technical, cultural, and interpersonal skills necessary to successfully manage projects from start to finish. It emphasizes that project management is a professional discipline with its own tools, body of knowledge, and skills. Concepts are reinforced by case studies covering a wide variety of project types and industries.

Projects, whether small or large, simple or complex, can be managed effectively through the application of key management processes and deployment of specific skills. Through real world case studies, you are introduced to the principles, concepts and processes of project management and their application in both the business and public sectors. The course stresses that project management involves a range of interactive and iterative processes requiring the application of core management skills for successful project achievement. This course focus specifically on the technical aspects of project management. 

At the end of this course, students should be able to:

In terms of knowledge:

Understand the importance of PM in most industries and businesses and to apply specific tools, models and processes.

Understand the Importance of applying these methodologies and tools at the

four distinct stages in the Project’s life cycle. The Definition, Planning, Execution and Closing Phase.

Understand the importance of Leadership specifically in he t erogenous and

virtual teams as well as governance and approaches to conflict resolutions

Understand key levers for measurement and follow up, Management Dash Board and Key Performance Indicators.

Identify and Analyze factors for successful Projects, as well as reasons for

failure based on specific case studies in the context of effective Risk Management.

Understand the structure of financial statements relating to Profit and Loss

statement, Cash Flow Statement and Balance Sheet. Students should identify

positive as well as warning signs within financial statements as indicators of issues for management to address.

Understand the importance of values and cultural differences, particularly in international projects.

In terms of skills

Ability to do presentations on complex matters in a well-structured and easy to

understand way and with coherent and logic conclusions.

Use appropriate referencing and bibliographic methods

Demonstrate effective and integrative team work

In terms of attitudes, students should develop in this course:

The students will learn to discuss complex management situations based on

knowledge and facts and respect for different opinions

critical attitudes, which are necessary for “lifelong learning”

an attitude of open mindedness and self-critical reflection with a view to self


sensibility towards the ethical dimensions of different aspects of the content of

this course

an open attitude towards inter cultural team work

•        Project Team Members

•        Project Manager

•        Project Sponsor

•        Project Staff

PART 1: Project Management

1 – Link between the Strategy and Projects   

1.       Identify the Vision – Mission – Strategic Objectives

2.       Identify the Project – Program - Portfolio

2 – Getting Started with Project Management   

1.       Identify the Characteristics of a Project

2.        Identify the Project Management Life Cycle

3.       Identify the Role of a Project Manager

4.        Domains, Tasks, and Enablers

1.         Domain I: People

2.         Domain II: Process

3.         Domain III: Business Environment


PART 2: Project Management Professional PMBOK 6th Edition



1.         Develop Project Charter

2.         Develop Project Management Plan

3.         Direct and Manage Project Work

4.         Manage Project Knowledge

5.         Monitor and Control Project Work

6.         Perform Integrated Change Control

7.         Close Project or Phase


1.         Plan Scope Management

2.         Collect Requirements

3.         Define Scope

4.         Create WBS

5.         Validate Scope

6.         Control Scope


1.         Plan Schedule Management

2.         Define Activities

3.         Sequence Activities

4.         Estimate Activity Durations

5.         Develop Schedule

6.         Control Schedule


1.         Plan Cost Management

2.         Estimate Costs

3.         Determine Budget

4.         Control Costs


1.         Plan Quality Management

2.         Manage Quality

3.         Control Quality


1.         Plan Resource Management

2.         Estimate Activity Resources

3.         Acquire Resources

4.         Develop Team

5.         Manage Team

6.         Control Resources


1.         Plan Communications Management

2.         Manage Communications

3.         Monitor Communications


1.         Plan Risk Management

2.         Identify Risks

3.         Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis

4.         Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis

5.         Plan Risk Responses

6.         Implement Risk Responses

7.         Monitor Risks


1.         Plan Procurement Management

2.         Conduct Procurements

3.         Control Procurements


1.         Identify Stakeholders

2.         Plan Stakeholder Engagement

3.         Manage Stakeholder Engagement

4.         Monitor Stakeholder Engagement


 PART 3: Exam

This training course will utilize a variety of proven learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented.

The course is highly interactive and will prompt delegates to reflect on their current practices and goals.  The tutor will guide and facilitate learning using a wide range of methods including direct input, discussions, case studies and exercises in groups and pairs.

09:00 to 15:00