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Unique supplemental self study materials

Assistance with the PMP application (should you need it)

Expert PMP Instructor certified by the Project Mnagement Institute (PMI)

Industry relevant case studies and real-life examples

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***We highly suggest that the students need to join PMI before class starts pay their membership to download the PMBOK  6th edition and the Agile Practice Guide which is not included in the cost of the training***

Exam Format:

  • Mode of Exam: Computer based
  • Exam Type: Closed Book
  • Exam Center: www.pearsonvue.com  

Duration: 230 minutes to complete the exam

The exam contains 180 questions (175 are scored and 5 are experimental and will not be scored). Questions will be a combination of multiple-choice, multiple responses, matching, hotspot and limited fill-in-the-blank.

Exam Fee:

  • The examination fee for PMP® exam is $405 if you become a PMI® Member and $555 for Non-members
  • Membership fee for the first year is $129 plus onetime fee of $10, so total it is $139.
  • Participants are responsible for paying their own exam and PMI® membership fee.

PMI-PMP® Prerequisites:

  • A four-year degree
  • 36 months leading projects
  • 35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® Certification

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  • A high school diploma or an associate’s degree (or global equivalent)
  • 60 months leading projects
  • 35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® Certification

For more information on the PMI-PMP® certification visit PMI®: CLICK HERE

Who should attend:

Program  Managers

IT/Project Directors

Project Managers

Project Leads

Assistant /Associate Project Managers

Project Engineers / Executives

Software Developers

Systems Architect Business / Systems Analysts

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Certification Course Information

This course is an instructor-led intensive virtual training to prepare you for the CAPM® exam.

Key Features for this course:

  • 23 Contact Hour Certificate required by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® when applying for the exam
  • Expert CAMP® Instructor with over hundreds training CAPM® Exam Prep Course

  • Industry relevant case studies and real-life examples

  • Digital files with PowerPoint (deck)

  • Printed content material to be shipped to student (International shipping may apply)

  • 1,200 mock exam practice questions

  • Unique supplemental self study materials

  • Equipped with materials covered in the CAPM® exam

  • Equipped with insights learnt with experience

  • Assistance with the CAPM® application (should you need it).

  • Included with things to do and things not to do with any project in a PMP environment

  • Tips for passing the CAPM®  exam the first time

  • Certificate of course completion provided by PMI® and PMOranje®

***We highly suggest that the students need to join PMI before class starts pay their membership to download the PMBOK  6th edition and the Agile Practice Guide which is not included in the cost of the training***

Special discount provided upon enrollment for the following highly recommended supplemental learning experiences.        

Bundle cost :  $ 295.00

•Decode Project Management Micro-Certification Course with ProjectFlo® 6

•ProjectFlo® Process Learning System – shipped to participants

Exam Format:

  • Mode of Exam: Computer based
  • Exam Type: Closed Book
  • Exam Center: www.pearsonvue.com  

Duration: 3 Hours

The exam contains 135 multiple choice questions, out of 150 questions answers of the 15 questions are not considered for score, they are used only for research purpose and only 135 questions will be evaluated. Upon finishing the exam you will get your score instantly.

Exam Fee:

  • The examination fee for CAPM® exam is $225 if you become a PMI® Member and $300 for Non-members
  • It is highly suggested you become a member of the PMI® . PMI® has special rates for students to join and pay for the exam
  • Participants are responsible for paying their own exam and PMI membership fee.

PMI-CAPM® Prerequisites:

  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent)
  • 23 hours of project management education completed by the time you sit for the exam.
  • Exam fee:  Member: US$225.00

For more information on the PMI-CAPM® certification visit PMI®: CLICK HERE

Who should attend:

Anyone wanting to enter a career in project management and does not have the minimum required experience hours to take the PMP® exam.

You can earn the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® while still in school, and power your career with membership in the world’s leading association for project professionals—PMI® .

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Certification Course Information

The PMI Agile Certification (PMI-ACP®) recognizes skill in using Agile tools and techniques to successfully navigate complex projects towards satisfactory outcomes. This course covers all topics listed in the PMI-ACP® Examination Content Outline and may be used to satisfy the 21 contact hours of agile education required for certification. For students who already hold a certification with PMI®, this course may be used to satisfy up to 24 PDUs. Although this course is designed for students pursuing the PMI-ACP®, it is appropriate for anyone who wants to understand or utilize agile techniques to better leverage the benefits. Project or program managers, team members, resource or line managers, and technical resources will all benefit from this course.

Duration: 3 Hours

The exam contains 120 multiple choice questions

Key Features for this course:

  • Course Handout Supplement with reference materials

  • The Agile Big Picture and Scrum Process laminates

  • User Story Handout Supplement

  • 21 contact hours required for the PMI-ACP® certification

  • 24 PDUs if you already have a PMI® certification/credential

  • Assistance with the PMI-ACP® application (should you need it)

  • Sample exam question

Major Topics Covered:

PMI-ACP® domain areas from the Exam Content Outline:

Domain I: Agile Principles and Mindset

Domain II: Value-Driven Delivery

Domain III: Stakeholder Engagement

Domain IV: Team Performance

Domain V: Adaptive Planning

Domain VI: Problem Detection and Resolution

Domain VII: Continuous Improvement (Product, Process, People)

Other Topics Covered:

Overview of agile

Characteristics of agile life cycles

o    Difference between agile and traditional waterfall

o    Predictive, iterative, incremental life cycles

o    Characteristics of hybrid life cycles

o    Mixing approaches (traditional and agile)·        

Agile values and mindset

o    Value delivery is a priority

o    Stakeholder engagement

o    Servant leadership

o    Role of the project manager in an agile environment·        

Agile Team composition

o    Agile teams

o    Agile roles

o    Team structures

o    Team work spaces

o    Osmotic communication

o    Overcoming organizational silos·        

Common agile practices

o    Time boxing

o    Retrospectives

o    Backlog preparation

o    Backlog refinement

o    Daily stand ups

o    Demonstrations/reviews

o    Planning for iteration-based agile

o    Execution practices that help teams deliver value

o    How iterations and increments help deliver working product·        

Measurements in agile projects

o    Story points

o    Burn up/down charts

o    Kanban board

o    Feature chart

o    Cumulative flow diagram

o    Information radiators

PMI-ACP® Prerequisites:

  • Secondary degree
  • 21 contact hours of training in agile practices
  • 12 months of general project experience within the last 5 years. A current PMP® or PgMP® will satisfy this requirement but is not required to apply for the PMI-ACP®.
  • 8 months of agile project experience within the last 3 years
  • Exam Fee: Member: US$435.00

For more information on the PMI-ACP® certification visit PMI®: CLICK HERE

Who should attend:

Students with project experience who are pursuing the PMI-ACP® exam. This course assumes the student has some experience working on or leading projects.

Learn more about the Online Proctored Exam: CLICK HERE

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Certification Course Information

Business analysis has become a competency of critical importance to project management. Inaccurate requirements gathering consistently ranks in the top three causes of project failure, yet only half of organizations have the resources in place to perform this function properly, according to PMI’s Pulse of the Profession® research. Business analysis is the set of activities performed to support the delivery of solutions that align to business objectives and provide continuous value to the organization. Organizations with highly mature business analysis practices realize a tangible impact on the organization’s success and enjoy a competitive advantage. In the age of agile and other project delivery approaches, the business analysis skill set is vital and a great tool for project managers or anyone else working on the project. This course provides guidance on how to effectively apply business analysis processes and practices to drive better business outcomes regardless of the industry, project size, or project type. It provides business analysis guidance for any delivery method including predictive (waterfall) and adaptive (agile). This course will also fully prepare the student for the PMI-PBA® certification and examination.

Duration: 4 Hours

The exam contains 200 multiple choice questions

Key Features for this course:

  • Laminated sheets, handouts, and other study materials as appropriate

  • 35 PDUs or contact hours

  • Assistance with the PMI-PBA® application (should you need it).

Major Topics Covered:

PfMP® domain areas from the Exam Content Outline:

Domain I: Needs Assessment

Domain II: Planning

Domain III: Analysis

Domain IV: Traceability and Monitoring

Domain V: Evaluation

Other Topics Covered:

  • Overview of business analysis
  • Understanding a business problem or opportunity and evaluating various inputs to help develop an effective solution
  • Plan the business analysis activities
  • Prepare the requirements management plan
  • Plan requirements traceability
  • Establishing change management, document control, and acceptance criteria for the requirements        
  • Processes to manage requirements activities
  • Processes to elicit, analyze, decompose, accept, approve, specify, and validate requirements
  • Processes to manage the requirements life cycle
  • Continuous monitoring and documenting of requirements
  • Communication of requirements status to stakeholders    
  • Evaluate how well the delivered solution fulfills the business requirements and meets the business needs

PMI-PBA® Prerequisites:      

  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree
  • 60 months of business analysis experience
  • 35 contact hours of education in business analysis

-or-

  • Bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent
  • 36 months of business analysis experience
  • 35 contact hours of education in business analysis
  • Exam Fee Member: $405.00

For more information on the PMI-PBA® certification visit PMI® : CLICK HERE

Who should attend:

Anyone who performs business analysis activities or wants to learn about them, regardless of job title or percentage of time spent performing business analysis

Anyone who works with someone who performs business analysis

Anyone preparing for the PMI-PBA® certification

Learn more about the Online Proctored Exam: CLICK HERE

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Certification Course Information

The PMI Risk Management Certification (PMI-RMP®) recognizes skill in using risk tools and techniques to successfully navigate complex projects towards satisfactory outcomes. This course covers all topics listed in the PMI-RMP® Examination Content Outline and may be used to satisfy the 30 contact hours of risk education required for certification. For students who already hold a certification with PMI®, this course may be used to satisfy up to 24 PDUs. Although this course is designed for students pursuing the PMI-RMP®, it is appropriate for anyone who wants to understand or utilize risk techniques to better leverage the benefits. Project or program managers, team members, resource or line managers, and technical resources will all benefit from this course.

Duration: 3.5 Hours

The exam contains 170 multiple choice questions

Key Features for this course:

  • Course Handout Supplement with reference materials

  • 30 contact hours required for the PMI-RMP® certification

  • Assistance with the PMI-RMP® application (should you need it)

  • Sample exam questions and quizzes

Eligibility Criteria:

A minimum 4500 hours of professional project risk management experience within the last five years and 40 hours of project risk management education if you hold a high school diploma or equivalent

or

3000 hours of professional project risk management experience within the last five years and 30 hours of project management education if you hold a bachelor's degree or above

By the end of this PMI-RMP® training you will be able to:

  • Identify qualitative and quantitative assessments of risk
  • Develop and deploy risk mitigation strategies
  • Ensure proper project planning, identify threats and opportunities, and analyze risk events and their potential effects
  • Learn to be more proactive to reduce costs, rather than reactive
  • Gain knowledge of risk management based on the PMBOK® Guide and Practice Standard for Project Risk Management

PMI-RMP® domain areas from the Exam Content Outline:

  • Introduction to PMI® Risk Management Professional Course
  • Introduction to Risk Management
  • Principles and Concepts of Risk Management Professional
  • Introduction to Project Risk Management Processes
  • Plan Risk Management
  • Identify Risk
  • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Plan Risk Responses
  • Monitor Project Risk

PMI-RMP® Prerequisites:

  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent)
  • 36 months of project risk management experience within the last 5 years
  • 40 hours of project risk management education  

-OR-

  • Four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent)
  • 24 months of project risk management experience within the last 5 years
  • 30 hours of project risk management education
  • Exam Fee Member: $520.00

For more information on the PMI-RMP® certification visit PMI®: CLICK HERE

Who Should Attend:

If you have advanced knowledge and experience in risk management, or if you are a project manager focused on project risk management, including for large projects and/or complex environments, then the PMI-RMP® is an excellent choice for you.

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Certification Course Information

Formal portfolio management is the most effective way to implement strategic initiatives because it bridges the gap between strategy and implementation. Organizations that are effective in portfolio management had 62 percent of products meet or exceed expected ROI according to our 2012 Pulse of the Profession® research. Portfolio managers align projects, programs and operations with strategic objectives, investing resources in the right work to deliver the expected value. The Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® signifies your advanced competency in the coordinated management of one or more portfolios to achieve strategic objectives. Organizations with mature project portfolio management practices complete 35 percent more of their programs successfully. They fail less often and waste less money according to our 2015 thought leadership report, Delivering on Strategy: The Power of Project Portfolio Management.

Key Features for this course:

  • Course Handout Supplement with reference materials
  • 14 contact hours required for the PMI-PfMP® certification
  • 14 PDUs if you already have a PMI® certification/credential
  • Assistance with the PMI-PfMP® application (should you need it)
  • Sample exam questions

Major Topics Covered:

This portfolio management test prep course is designed to prepare you for the PfMP® credentialing examination, which is offered by the Project Management Institute®. With lessons on data analysis as well as business communication and collaboration, the course contains engaging lessons and self-assessment quizzes to help you review the concepts and practice the types of questions you can expect on the exam. The course helps you study several portfolio management topics, such as:

Lesson (1):   Introduction to Portfolio/Program and Project Management

Lesson (2):   Portfolio Management Overview & Organization

Lesson (3):   Portfolio Management Process Groups

Lesson (4):   Portfolio Strategic Management

Lesson (5):   Portfolio Governance Management

Lesson (6):   Portfolio Performance Management

Lesson (8):   Portfolio Communication Management

Lesson (9):   Portfolio Risk Management

PMI-PfMP® Prerequisites:

  • All applicants must possess a minimum of 96 months of professional business experience within the last 15 years AND
  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent)
  • 84 months of portfolio management experience      

-OR-

  • All applicants must possess a minimum of 96 months of professional business experience within the last 15 years AND
  • Four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent)
  • 48 months of portfolio management experience
  • Exam Fee: Member: $800.00

For more information on the PMI-PfMP® certification visit PMI®: CLICK HERE

Portfolio Management About:

Portfolio Management is the application of management activities to a collection of programs, project and/or operations to achieve strategic business objectives.  Portfolio Management is not just about ensuring profits but cohesively binding projects within the portfolio.  

The PfMP® credential is an elite certification offering from the Project Management institute®. PfMP® credential holders are recognized for their advanced experience and the skills necessary to manage and align a portfolio of projects and programs to realize organizational strategy and objectives.  As a Portfolio Manager, you would be required to manage various aspects such as time, cost, and resources by applying portfolio management best practices

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Organizations today are seeking ways to improve the efficiency of their system and software development efforts while still meeting quality objectives. Agile brings a level of improvement to product development that increases quality, time to market, value delivery, and motivation of those involved in the process. It takes individuals out of their functional silos and puts them in self‐managed and customer‐focused multidisciplinary teams.

This two‐day comprehensive course builds your knowledge and skills in the agile approach to projects. You will learn what agile is all about, why it works, and how to effectively plan and execute projects using agile principles. You will learn the roles on an agile project, how to write user stories, which is the most common method of representing requirements. You will learn techniques for building and managing a product backlog of user stories, and techniques for estimating and prioritizing requirements for releases and iterations. The agile method Scrum will be used as a reference method during the course, but the techniques described also apply to other agile methods.

 

COURSE TOPICS:

Agile Overview:                                                                        

  • What is Agile?
  • The Agile Manifesto
  • Agile versus Waterfall
  • Benefits of Agile
  • Approaches to Agile
  • Agile Characteristics
  • Self‐Organizing Teams
  • High Performing Teams
  • Emergent and Servant Leadership
  • Information Radiators

The Scrum Method:

  • Roles of Scrum The Scrum Process
  • Product Backlog
  • Discovery Sessions
  • Iterative Planning
  • Sprint Planning Meeting
  • Sprint Review
  • Sprint Retrospective
  • Daily Scrum
  • Definition of Done
  • Time Boxing
  • Backlog Prioritization Techniques

Agile Estimating and Planning Techniques

  • Product Roadmap/Story Maps
  • Personas
  • User Stories
  • Estimating Techniques:
    1. Planning Poker
    2. Ideal Time
    3. Relative Sizing/Story Points
    4. Fibonacci Sequence
    5. Affinity Estimating
  • Velocity
  • Burndown and Burnup Charts
  • Risk‐Based Spike

Capacity and Estimating

 

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In this comprehensive course, you will learn the fundamentals of project management: how to initiate, plan, and execute a project that meets objectives and how to engage your project stakeholders. This course is aligned with the Project Management Institute (PMI®) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) - Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2013.

This course provides a step-by-step guide through the five process groups from initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling and closing a project. Participants will interact with other students to learn and apply the methodologies and good practices of formal project management working through case studies with real-world scenarios.Participants will learn the approaches and techniques that make project managers successful, covering topics such as:

  • Analyzing and engaging stakeholders
  • Defining stakeholder’s expectations
  • Defining project deliverables
  • Collecting requirements and defining scope
  • Developing a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • Developing a network schedule
  • Identifying and mitigating risk
  • Contingency planning
  • Establishing and applying effective change controls
  • How to calculate Earned Value
  • Reports for performance, progress, status and forecasts
  • Communicating status to project stakeholders
  • And much more…..

 

During class, project management theory will be combined with practical, hands-on exercises. Participants will be able to experience-based skills development. You will learn about methodologies and put practical skills into context.

 

Key Features for this course:

  • 2 Day Instructor led intensive classroom training
  • Expert project manager instructor with many years working in projects and providing consulting services in projects
  • Industry relevant case studies and real-life examples to apply concepts
  • Complimented with excellent training material
  • Learn to manage your projects more effectively
  • Get a better understanding of project management principles
  • Use this as a stepping stone to embark on a project management career
  • Equipped with insights learnt with experience
  • Included with things to do and things not to do with any project in a real world project environment
  • In this course you learn the basics terminology in project management, the tools and techniques and templates used in projects      
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