Certified Associate in Project Management CAPM
Launched in 2003, the CAPM recognizes individuals with a demonstrated understanding of the fundamental knowledge, processes and terminology as defined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), the standard of project management’s good practices. The CAPM credential candidate contributes to a project team as a subject matter expert and may also serve as a sponsor, facilitator, liaison, or coordinator. These project team members assume full or partial responsibility for individual project tasks in their areas of expertise (e.g., finance, marketing, legal), which may not be industry-specific, but relevant across many functional areas and industries.
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PMI has announced an updated exam will be available sometime 2nd Quarter 2018
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Your ability as a project manager to demonstrate best practices in project management—both on the job and through professional certification—is becoming the standard to compete in today's fast-paced and highly technical workplace. This course expands upon the basic concepts of project management you discovered in the Project Management Fundamentals course, and offers a job-related approach to successful project management across application areas and industries.
You will apply the generally recognized practices of project management acknowledged by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) to successfully manage projects.
This course is designed for experienced project managers who desire to increase their project management skills, apply a standards-based approach to project management and apply for Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI®) Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification.
Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Initiate a project.
- Plan project work.
- Develop project schedules, cost estimates, and budgets.
- Plan project quality, staffing, and communications.
- Analyze project risks.
- Plan project procurement.
- Execute project work.
- Monitor and control project work.
- Monitor and control project schedule and costs.
- Monitor and control project quality, staffing, and communications.
- Monitor and control project risks and contracts.
- Close the project.
Lesson 1. The Exam
Lesson 2. Foundational Concepts
Lesson 3. Process Framework
Lesson 4. Integration Management
Lesson 5. Scope Management
Lesson 6. Time Management
Lesson 7. Cost Management
Lesson 8. Quality Management
Lesson 9. Human Resource Management
Lesson 10. Communications Management
Lesson 11. Risk Management
Lesson 12. Procurement Management
Lesson 13. Stakeholder Management
Lesson 14. How To Pass The PMP
Lesson 15. Final Exam