Regular PMP Training
This training is designed to not only fulfill the minimum criteria of PMI (35 Contact Hours) but also to inculcate Advanced Project Management concepts. The word “Advanced” should not be associated with a “difficult” training. Ideally, the candidates should have the required experience, knowledge and background. But in reality, even many of the experienced Project Managers do not have sufficient experience across all the knowledge areas of project management. To overcome this and other similar deficiencies in ordinary trainings, I have come up with a few unique features which are usually absent in other trainings.
- Complete review of PMBOK, with focusing not only on memorization but also understanding of Processes and their ITTOs
- Covering important sections of various Study Guides
- Full of examples, exercises and real-world scenarios
- Coverage of knowledge gaps, which are not explained well in PMBOK/Rita
- A practical Case Study in the end, to demonstrate the use of all 47 processes
- Introduction to MS Project
- Follow up Mock Exam
- Sample Q&A with focus on WHY the correct choice is right and WHY the incorrect choice is wrong, hence developing the expertise to solve complex problems in the actual exam.
- Guidance in filling up PMP Application Form
- Interactive sessions which turns the dull, boring training into lively and dynamic activity
- Not just an academic course, but complete workshop which practically involves all the participants.
- Keeping everybody awake and full of energy even after 10 hours of long day, for 4 days
- Preparing the candidates to take the actual exam IMMEDIATELY after completing the 40 Contact Hours, though comprehensive self-study after the training is advised.