The objective of the training is to prepare the students for the PMP certification examination and in order to develop/improve the project management skills at the corresponding levels.
Global Impeccable Training & Consulting Pvt. Ltd. provides a complete range of Project Management Training Interventions in Project Management. Project Management Professional (PMP) is the most globally recognized and respected certification for Project Managers, validating their skills in initiating, managing and maintaining small or large scale projects. It is suitable for Project Managers in any of the commercial running industries. It is an established Project Management Training and development institution that offers flexible training options for delegates who wish to enhance the Project Management Knowledge and careers.
We train you in everything you need to know how to pass the exam for the PMP certification.
PMI’s certifications show potential employers that you are serious about building skills and staying up to date in your chosen field of expertise.
All of our PMP courses are in sync with the standards of PMI and PMBOK 5th edition as delivering appropriate course contents and 35 contact hours of training.
Core processes of the project integration management knowledge area:
Develop project charter
Develop project management plan
Direct and manage project work
Monitor and control project work
Perform integrated change control
Close project or phase
Project Scope Management
What is Project Scope Management
Product Scope vs. Project Scope
Core processes of the project scope management knowledge area:
Plan Scope Management
Project Time Management
What is Project Time Management
What is Project Schedule
Schedule Network Analysis Techniques
PERT, PERT analysis, Critical Path Method and Schedule compression
Core processes of the project time management knowledge area:
Plan Schedule Management
Estimate Activity Resources
Estimate Activity Durations
Project Cost Management
What is Project Cost Management
Differentiate between Cost Estimating and Cost Budgeting
Key Terminology in Project Cost Management
Core processes of Project Cost Management knowledge area:
Plan Cost Management
Earned Value Technique
Project Quality Management
What is Quality?
What is Quality Management?
Cost of Quality
Core PM processes of Project Quality Management knowledge area:
Plan Quality Management
Perform Quality Assurance
Seven Basic tools of Quality
Project Human Resource Management
What is Human Resource Management
Roles and Responsibilities of the Project Sponsor
Functional Manager vs. Project Manager
Core processes of Human Resource Management knowledge area:
Plan Human Resource Management
Acquire Project Team
Develop Project Team
Manage Project Team
Project Communication Management
What is Communication
Communication Methods, Technology and Channels
Basic Communication Model
Key Terminology in Project Communication Management
Core processes of Communication Management knowledge area:
Plan Communications Management
Project Risk Management
What is Risk
Project Management Risk's
How is risk & EMV calculated
Decision Tree Analysis
Risk Reserve & Contingency Reserve
Key Terminology in Project Risk Management
Core processes of Risk Management knowledge area:
Plan Risk Management
Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
Plan Risk Responses
Project Procurement Management
Who is a Stakeholder
Various Analytical Techniques for Stakeholder Analysis
Various Management and Interpersonal Skills
Key Terminology in Project Stakeholder Management
Core processes of Project Stakeholder Management knowledge area.
Plan Stakeholder Management
Manage Stakeholder Engagement
Control Stakeholder Engagement
PMI Professional & Social Responsibility
Ensure Individual Integrity
Contribute to Project Management Knowledge Base
Code of Ethics
Balance stakeholder's interest
PMP Exam Tips & Tricks
PMP type exam questions
Tricky test questions
Exam key terms
PMP Eligibility Overview
To apply for the PMP, you need to have either:
· A secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent) with at least five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.
· A four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent) and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.
This is an overview of the requirements. For complete details regarding the PMP eligibility requirements, please view the PMP Handbook for further details.
Individuals who need to strengthen their project management skill sets, those new to project management, or project managers seeking a refresher on fundamental project management knowledge, skills and current tools.
Some of the indicative profiles that are a target audience for this training are:
1. Project Managers/Leaders
2. Program Managers
3. Project Coordinators
4. Delivery Managers
5. Project Analysts
6. Project Consultants
7. Project Stakeholders
8. IT Managers
9. Technical Managers
10. QA Analysts
11. Technical Head
12. Project Directors
13. Mechanical, Electrical & Civil Engineers
14. Professionals from other industries like Pharmaceuticals, Construction, Telecom, Banking and Finance etc.
Earn 35 PMI PDUs / Contact hours Certificate
16 PDUs from In-class training & remaining 19 PDUs from 100 days online training
6 PMP Practice Tests
Downloadable offline eBook.
Discussion learning in In-class training
Project management templates ready to use for projects within your organization
PMP formula flash cards
Business Lunch & Tea
PMI exam application form assistance, End to End Support
The PMP examination is comprised of 200 multiple-choice questions. Of the 200 questions, 25 are considered pretest questions. Pretest questions do not affect the score and are used in examinations as an effective and legitimate way to test the validity of future examination questions. All questions are randomly placed throughout the examination.
Total Examination Questions
No. of Pretest (Unscored) Questions
No. of Scored Questions
Computer-based testing (CBT) is the standard method of administration for PMI examinations. Paper-based testing (PBT) is available under limited circumstances.
The allotted time to complete the computer-based examination is four hours.
It may take some candidates less than the allotted four hours to complete the examination.
There are no scheduled breaks during the exam, although you are allowed to take a break if needed.
If you take a break during the exam, your exam clock continues to count down. The examination is preceded by a tutorial and followed by a survey, both of which are optional and both of which can take up to 15 minutes to complete. The time used to complete the tutorial and survey is not included in the examination time of four hours.
What is PMI®?
PMI® is the world's leading not-for-profit association for the project management profession. PMI® is recognized for the advocacy programs. With more than 265,000 members in over 170 countries, PMI® is the leading membership association for the project management profession.
For 25 years, PMI®'s global standards have helped establish the Institute as the premier authority in project management. For more information on PMI® please visit www.pmi.org.
What are PMI® Certifications?
PMI® offers a comprehensive certification program for project practitioners of all education and skill levels. Currently consisting of five credentials, the program demonstrates both your commitment to the profession and your expertise through certifying education, experience and competency.
Rigorously developed by project managers and globally accredited against International Standards Organization (ISO) standards, PMI® certifications ensure that you and your projects excel.
According to a 2007 PricewaterhouseCoopers survey, 80% of high-performing projects use a credentialed project manager. Make sure you're one of them by earning a PMI® certification.
Is the PMI® standards industry specific?
PMI® standards are not industry specific. They are practicable across industry.
Why Choose a PMI® Certification, than any other project management certifications? What makes PMI®'s special?
Are flexible. PMI® certifications are not based on one specific methodology, so they're flexible and adaptable. You can easily transfer them between industries, market segments and geographic locations.
Keep you up-to-date. PMI® continually conducts in-depth studies to ensure that our credentials actually reflect the current skills, knowledge and best practices you need to succeed.
Encourage professional growth. You never have to worry about a PMI® certification becoming obsolete. Our certification maintenance program requires you to earn a professional development unit (PDUs), which encourages you to continually develop your skills and stay current as the profession changes.
Help you get ahead. PMI® certification offers financial benefits - the Project Management Professional (PMP®) ® credential increases your salary by up to 10%, according to the PMI® Salary Survey - Sixth Edition, 2009-and helps you stand out and better market yourself to prospective employers.
Are renowned throughout the world. Part of that marketability comes from the prestige of PMI® certifications. PMI® has provided project management certifications for over 25 years, and our PMP® credential was the first one designed specifically for project managers.
All about PDUs
How do I find my PMI ID number?
You receive your PMI ID number, also known as your Member ID, when you apply for the credential exam or when you first become a PMI member. You use this number to report PDUs.
How do I find my certification (PMP, CAPM, etc.) number?
Your certification number is shown on the certificate as the PMP, CAPM, PgMP, PMI-SP or PMI-RMP number.
NOTE: If you cannot find your ID numbers, e-mail Customer Care or call
+1-610-356-4600. If you have no previous association with PMI-as a member, former member, credential holder, former credential holder or Marketplace customer-do not have an identification number.
When is the earliest I can start earning PDUs after I earn a credential?
You can start earning and reporting PDU activities as soon as you earn a credential.
I participated in an activity in which only part of the program focused on project management. How do I determine the number of PDUs?
In this situation, you should estimate the percentage of time that was directly relevant to project management. For example, a 15-hour course deemed 50 percent relevant would earn 7.5 PDUs. Be prepared to justify your estimates in the event that you are selected for audit.
When reporting PDU activities, is any supporting documentation required?
You do not need supporting documentation to report PDUs and renew your credential. You should complete the online Activity Reporting Forms in the appropriate amount of time and submit the Self-Directed Learning (SDL) worksheet for your reported SDL activities.
NOTE: PMI recommends you maintain a personal folder for all PDU-related documentation and keep this documentation for at least 18 months after your CCR cycle has ended. If you are randomly selected for an audit, you will need to provide this documentation.
Do I need to submit a separate Activity Reporting Form for each activity during a multiple-day event?
No. You may submit one Activity Reporting Form for the event, which covers the total number of PDUs. However, you should mention the individual activities under item two, "Program/Activity Title."
How do I determine the program number for PMI chapter events under Category 3?
The program number would be in the format XXXX-XXXXXX, where the first four digits are the chapter's provider ID number, and the last six digits are assigned to each activity by the component. Generally, chapter ID numbers begin with "C"
NOTE: If you attend a class given by a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), the number is the same as the R.E.P.'s ID number.
If I make the same presentation to multiple audiences, can I earn PDUs for each presentation?
Yes. The activity would be claimed under Category 2C, "Speaker on a Project/Program Management Topic." The only qualification is that the program must be delivered to a new audience each time you present it.
How do I know if a course or seminar is sufficiently related to project management?
You may assume that courses offered by R.E.P.s are related to project and/or program management. If a course does not appear to be related, please notify PMI at once. If you are reporting attendance at a non-R.E.P. program or a self-directed learning (SDL) project, please use the process areas of the PMBOK® Guide as a reference to qualify project management topics.
When do I have to renew my CAPM credential?
The certification cycle for the CAPM credential is five years. During the fifth year of the cycle, you move into a renewal period of one year. During this period, you must re-take and pass the exam