Project Management Professional

If you’re searching for a globally-recognized and respected PMP Certification to direct projects around the world, then look no further than the Project Management Professional (PMP®) program. This industry-approved training is the most sought after in its field and continues to remain a top priority for many businesses worldwide.

With internship




Without internship



this course includes

21 Training Hours

101 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

4 Topics

322 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll


 Preparing for and Taking the Exam


Process Domain


People Domain


Business Environment Domain

Comprehensive Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Preparation

Embark on a journey to attain the globally recognized PMP certification with our in-depth online training course. Designed in accordance with the latest PMBOK, this course is a gateway to mastering project management skills applicable across various industries and methodologies​​.


Module 1: Preparing for and Taking the Exam

Preparing to Take the Exam and Instructor Introduction
Getting Certified to take the Examination
Examination Characteristics
Test Taking Tips and Techniques
Question Formats
Post Certification Requirements

Module 2: Process Domain

Process Domain and Framework defined
Predictive, Iterative, Incremental and Adaptive Project Life Cycles
Framework Definitions
Project Manager Skills
Framework Key Points to Remember
Framework Example Questions Review
Project Integration Management Knowledge Area Defined
Knowledge Area Process Mapping and Definitions
Develop Project Charter and Develop Project Management Plan
Direct and Manage Project Work, Manage Project Knowledge, and Monitor and Control Project Work
Perform Integrated Change Control
Close Project or Phase
Integration Key Points to Remember
Integration Example Questions Review
Project Scope Management Knowledge Area Defined
Plan Scope Management and Collect Requirements
Nominal Group Technique (Delphi-Opinion Technique)
Define Scope and Create WBS
Breakdown Structures used in WBS Dictionary
Validate Scope and Control Scope
Defining Requirements in Agile
Prioritizing requirements in Agile, Definition of Done and Rolling Wave Planning
Scope Key Points to Remember
Scope Example Questions Review
Project Schedule Management Knowledge Area Defined
Plan Schedule Management, Define Activities, and Sequence Activities
Dependencies, Predecessors, Leads, and Lags
Estimate Activity Durations
Develop Schedule
Critical Path Method
Schedule Compression
Resource Leveling, Schedule Format, and Control Schedule
Agile Estimating
Agile Schedule Planning and Reporting
Schedule Key Points to Remember and Example Question review
Project Cost Management Knowledge Area Defined
Plan Cost Management and Estimate Cost
Types of Cost, Expected Present Value, Sunk Costs, and Depreciation
Life Cycle Costing, Status Reporting, and Determine Budget
Control Costs, and Earned Value Management
Earned Schedule, and Agile Cost Control
Cost Key Points to Remember
Cost Example Questions Review
Project Quality Management Knowledge Area Defined
Plan Quality Management
Manage Quality
Control Quality
Continuous Improvement in Agile-Adaptive Life Cycles - Kaizen and Process Analysis
Continuous Improvement in Agile-Adaptive Life Cycles - Retrospectives
Quality Key Points to Remember
Quality Example Questions Review
Project Risk Management Knowledge Area Defined
Risk Management Plan and Identify Risks
Risk Register and Issues Vs Risk
Perform Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis
Plan Risk Responses
Implement Risk Responses and Monitor Risks
Agile Risk Tools and Risk Key Points to Remember
Risk Example Questions Review
Project Procurement Management Knowledge Area Defined
Plan Procurement Management and Conduct Procurements
Share and Point of Total Assumption
Procurement Documents
Non-Competitive Awards and Control Procurements
Agile Contracts
Procurement Key Points to Remember and Example Questions Review

Module 3: People Domain

People Domain and Project Communications Management Knowledge Area Defined
Plan Communications Management
Manage and Monitor Communications
Agile Communications
Communications Key Points to Remember
Communications Example Question Review
Project Stakeholder Management Knowledge Area Defined
Stakeholder Position Descriptions
Identify Stakeholders
Plan Stakeholder Engagement and Manage Stakeholder Engagement
Monitor Stakeholder Engagement and Agile Stakeholder Engagement Techniques
Stakeholder Management Key Points to Remember
Stakeholder Management Example Question Review
Resource Management Knowledge Area Defined
Plan Resource Management and Estimate Activity Resources
Acquire Resources and Develop Team
Manage Team
Control Resources and Agile Teaming Concepts
Other Agile Teaming Concepts
Agile Team Roles and Troubleshooting Agile team issues
Resources Key Points to Remember
Resources Example Question Review

Module 4: Business Environment Domain

Business Environment Domain Defined
Project Selection Tools
PMO, Organizational Structure, and Reports
Agile in the Business Environment
Business Environment Key Points to Remember and Example Question Review
Course Closing

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Your Questions, Answered

What is the PMP certification?

The PMP certification is a globally recognized professional designation for project managers. It demonstrates an individual’s knowledge, skills, and experience in project management and is highly valued in the industry.

Who should consider getting PMP certified?

Anyone involved in project management, including project managers, team leaders, and professionals aspiring to become project managers, can benefit from getting PMP certified. It is particularly valuable for those seeking to advance their careers in project management.

What is the PMBOK Guide?

The PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) Guide is a standard guidebook published by the Project Management Institute (PMI). It provides a framework of best practices and knowledge areas for project management. The PMP exam is based on the content of the PMBOK Guide.

What are the eligibility requirements for the PMP certification?

To be eligible for the PMP certification, you must have a four-year degree (bachelor’s or global equivalent) and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects. Alternatively, if you have a high school diploma or an associate’s degree, you need five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects.

Is there any specific training required to take the PMP exam?

While PMI does not mandate specific training, it strongly recommends taking formal PMP certification prep courses to enhance your chances of success in the exam. These courses provide comprehensive coverage of the PMBOK Guide content and help you prepare effectively.

How should I prepare for the PMP exam?

a. Familiarize yourself with the PMBOK Guide and its knowledge areas.

b. Consider enrolling in a PMP certification prep course or using self-study resources.

c. Take practice exams and assess your knowledge and areas of improvement.

d. Create a study plan and allocate dedicated time for exam preparation.

e. Review and reinforce your understanding of project management concepts and best practices.

f. Take advantage of study groups, forums, or professional networks for additional support.

What is the PMP exam format?

The PMP exam consists of 200 multiple-choice questions to be completed within a four-hour timeframe. The questions cover various aspects of project management, including initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and closing. The exam assesses your knowledge, application, and analysis of project management concepts.

How can I maintain my PMP certification once I pass the exam?

To maintain your PMP certification, you must earn 60 professional development units (PDUs) within a three-year certification cycle. PDUs can be earned through various activities such as attending training programs, conferences, webinars, and contributing to the profession through volunteering or publishing articles.

What are the benefits of PMP certification?

PMP certification offers several benefits, including:

a. Enhanced job opportunities and career advancement in project management.

b. Recognition of your knowledge, skills, and experience in the field.

c. Higher earning potential and increased marketability.

d. Access to a global network of project management professionals through PMI.

e. Improved project management performance and success