Who should attend
This project management bootcamp is intended to be taken by experienced project managers who have had previous formal education in project management. These candidates have completed the required hours of project management work as defined to make them eligible for taking the PMP® exam and are ready to review the best practices and prepare to take the exam.
This class is not intended for candidates who are beginning their education in project management as a profession. For those who are just starting their careers, Learnit offers a variety of other, better choices for learning the concepts, tools, and techniques of effective project management.
This is an intensive, boot camp-style course. A lot of material will be covered in a brief time, and students will have access to test-prep questions to help them prepare for the exam.
This course prepares you for the 2021 PMP® exam administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Year after year, the PMP® certification has received global recognition as the top project management certification available, with more than one million people certified in the world. A PMP® credential can open the door to exciting, high-visibility opportunities in a wide range of fields and increase your pay.
The PMP® Exam changed on January 2, 2021, to reflect the fact that today’s project management practitioners work in a variety of project environments and utilize different project approaches. The exam now will include about 50% predictive project management approaches and 50% agile or hybrid approaches.
1 - DEFINING PROJECT MANAGEMENT BASICS
2 - DEFINING PROJECT MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION
3 - DEFINING THE PMI® PROJECT MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY
4 - INITIATING A PROJECT
5 - PLANNING A PROJECT
6 - PLANNING A PROJECT SCHEDULE
7 - PLANNING PROJECT COSTS
8 - PLANNING PROJECT QUALITY, RESOURCES, AND PROCUREMENTS
9 - PLANNING FOR RISK
10 - PLANNING STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS
11 - EXECUTING A PROJECT
12 - WORKING WITH STAKEHOLDERS
13 - MONITORING A PROJECT
14 - CONTROLLING A PROJECT
15 - CLOSING A PROJECT