Course Aims
This 4 Day course is designed to cover the content and curriculum of the PMP exam and have candidates effectively prepared to sit this PMP exam

Course Objectives
This 4 Day course is designed to cover the content and curriculum of the PMP exam and have candidates effectively prepared to sit this PMP exam.
This PMP course is delivered as a 2 part programme with an initial 2 Days separated by a minimum of 2 weeks from the remaining 2 days. This is designed to optimise the learning experience of the training candidates and to give them the time to process the initial information effectively.

Course Description

Initiating a Project
Apply Project Management Processes
Create a Project Charter
Develop a Draft Project Scope Statement

Planning Project Work
Develop a Project Management Plan
Create a Scope Management Plan
Create a Scope Statement
Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

Developing Project Schedules, Cost Estimates, and Budgets
Create an Activity List
Create a Project Network Diagram
Estimate Activity Resources
Estimate Activity Durations
Identify the Critical Path
Develop a Project Schedule
Estimate Project Costs
Establish a Cost Baseline

Planning Project Quality, Staffing, and Communications
Create a Quality Management Plan
Document Roles, Responsibilities, and Reporting Relationships
Acquire Project Team
Create a Communications Management Plan

Analysing Risks and Planning Risk Response
Create a Risk Management Plan
Identify Project Risks and Triggers
Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
Develop a Risk Response Plan

Planning Project Procurement
Prepare a Contract Statement of Work
Prepare a Procurement Document

Executing Project Work
Project Plan Execution
Perform Quality Assurance
Develop the Project Team
Distribute Project Information
Request Seller Responses
Select Sellers

Monitoring and Controlling Project Work
Control and Monitor Project Work
Manage Changes to Performance Baselines
Review Deliverables and Work Results
Control Project Scope

Monitoring and Controlling Project Schedules and Costs
Control the Project Schedule
Control Project Costs

Monitoring and Controlling Project Quality, Staffing, and Communications
Perform Quality Control
Manage Project Team
Report Project Performance
Manage Stakeholders

Monitoring and Controlling Project Risk and Contracts
Monitor and Control Project Risk
Administer a Contract
Closing the Project
Close a Project
Close a Contract Please contact CITA Skillnet for fee details.

Free to unemployed persons who meet CITA Skillnet criteria

CITA Skillnet Manager: Suzanne Purcell - Phone: (01) 470 4440 - email: spurcell@cita.ie

Prerequisites
To obtain the PMP credential, candidates must first demonstrate eligibility by meeting the following requirements:
non-degree education: 7,500 hours of project management experience; 60 unique (non-overlapping) months of project management experience within the eight-year period prior to the application; 35 contact hours of project management education
For candidates with a degree; 4,500 hours of project management experience; 36 unique (non-overlapping) months of project management experience within the eight-year period prior to the application; 35 contact hours of project management education

Duration - 4 Day