Project Management Professional (PMP)®

Formerly the PMP Exam outline was based on 5 domains and starting from Jan 2nd, 2021 there are currently only 3 domain names listed below. And the proportion of questions appearing from every domain in the PMP Certification can also be recorded along with it.

Domain 1 Individuals (42%), Domain 2 Procedure (50%), Domain 3 Business Environment (8%)

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Project Management Professional (PMI-PMP) has shaped thousands of professionals globally and is a workforce skill in high demand. PMI-Project Management Professional (PMP) credential is the most important industry recognized certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded PMP certification demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects. If you are looking to solidify your skills, stand out to employers and maximize your earning potential, the PMP credential is the right choice for you. Do you want to be PMP Certified?

Course Description

Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Training We are living in a world where anything and everything is a project. It's an extremely projectized environment across business sectors with several challenges and complexities in delivering a project on time and with funding limitations. With enterprises losing 109 million bucks for every billion dollars spent on jobs, it makes sense to streamline the whole project management setup in an organization, beginning from portfolio, schedule, and projects.

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Create a High Performance Team

  • Build an effective team

  • Define team ground rules

  • Negotiate project agreements

  • Empower team members and stakeholders

  • Train team members and stakeholders

  • Engage and support virtual teams

  • Build a shared understanding of a project

Starting the Project

  • Determine appropriate project methodology/methods and practices

  • Plan and manage scope

  • Plan and manage budget and resources

  • Plan and manage the schedule

  • Plan and manage the quality of products and deliverables

  • Integrate project planning activities

  • Plan and manage procurement

  • Establish a project governance structure

  • Plan and manage project/phase closure

Doing the work

  • Assess and manage risks

  • Execute project to deliver business value

  • Manage communications

  • Engage stakeholders

  • Create project artefacts

  • Manage project changes

  • Manage project issues

  • Ensure knowledge transfer for project continuity

Keeping the Team on track

  • Lead a team

  • Support team performance

  • Address and remove impediments, obstacles, and blockers

  • Manage conflict

  • Collaborate with stakeholders

  • Mentor relevant stakeholders

  • Apply emotional intelligence to promote team performance

Keeping the business in mind

  • Manage compliance requirements

  • Evaluate and deliver project benefits and value

  • Evaluate and address internal and external business environment changes

  • Support organizational change

  • Employ continuous process improvement


  • Learn to define and describe common terminology, manage projects faster while using fewer resources

  • Avoid common mistakes in managing projects and learn the many tricks of the trade

  • Apply International Project Management Standards from PMI (the PMBOK Guide) to real-world situations

  • Study PMBOK Guide's Five Process Groups, Ten Knowledge Areas, and 49 processes

  • Gain skills needed to pass the PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Exam

  • Prepare for PMP/CAPM exams and master test-taking techniques

  • Learn PMBOK Guide terms, definitions, and processes

Who Can Attend

Anybody who would love to grab project management concepts and targeting for global certification and recognition can attend the PMP training.

  • Project managers

  • Asst Project managers

  • Project coordinators

  • Project leaders

  • Senior project managers

  • Team leaders

  • Product / Program Managers

  • Project Sponsors

  • Project team members seeking the PMP certification.

  • PMO team members

  • Senior Executives

  • Project Coordinator

  • Project Expeditor

Frequently Asked Questions

The PMP certification is widely recognized and respected and can help you in your current project work and equip you with the essential concepts besides giving you the edge for your next role.

The eligibility criteria is

a.  4,500 hours of project management work experience (or 7,500 hours if you don't have a 4-year college degree).

b.  35 contact hours of qualified project management training.

To apply for the PMP exam, the PMI has mandated 35 contact hours of formal PM training. This means you will have to attend a training program whose duration should be 35 hours in which you are taught about the project management fundamentals which are aligned with the latest edition of the PMBOK Guide.

PMP application process involves the following steps:

  • You submit an online application for the exam to PMI.
  • PMI reviews your application and if it is determined to be complete, PMI will send you an email to submit the exam fee. Your application approval is valid for one-year from the date you receive the approval email.

After you pay for the exam, PMI will send you an email indicating one of the following next steps:

  • Examination scheduling instructions to help you schedule your examination.
  • Application has randomly been selected for PMI audit process
  • If you receive exam scheduling instructions, you can go ahead and schedule your exam with Prometric.
  • If your application is selected for an audit, PMI will provide you the follow-up instructions to comply with the audit.

Refer to the PMP Application Walkthrough guide for a detailed step-by-step walkthrough of the PMP application process.

You need to report your Project Management experience hours to PMI as part of your PMP Exam application


PMP Certification Details

Here are the requirements for applying for the PMP Certification Exam:

1(a). For a person having a bachelor degree or equivalent university degree: Minimum of 4500 hours of project experience or Minimum of 3 years of project experience or
1(b). For a person who has a high school diploma or equivalent secondary school credentials: Minimum of 7500 hours of project experience or Minimum of 5 years of project experience.

Certification Details

2.  35 Contact Hours of Project Management Education (PMP Prep Program).

  • Meet Qualifying Criteria as stated
  • Undertake Formal Project Management Training
  • 35 Contact Hours of Education
  • Become PMI® Member
  • Apply for PMP® Certification
  • Wait for Application Approval, Pay Exam Fee 555 USD (Online exam) for Non-members, 405 USD (Online exam)for members
  • Schedule the exam, Appear for the exam
  • Pass the Exam

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