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Project Management Professional (PMP)®


  • Overview

    The PMP® course benefits project teams by enhancing communications among project peers, allows the project team to be more marketable/viable to potential clients, helps organizations achieve more accurate assessment of the scope of their project needs and more efficiently time allocated – assessing needs prior to project initiation, less time on administration tasks and increases the likelihood of projects being successfully managed within the triple constraints.

    PMP and the Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

  • Duration

    Course duration :40 hrs - PDUs 35

  • Location

    Available at Maadi Branch
  • Course Outlines

    1. Overview

          • Project management processes
          • Project management knowledge areas
          • Basic fundamentals           
          • Process interactions
          • Exam structure and content

    2. Initiating

          • Process definition
          • Project selection methods
          • Project charter
          • Assigning the project manager
          • Constraints and assumptions

     3. Planning

          • Process definition
          • Core processes
          • Scope planning and scope definition
          • Resource planning, cost estimating, and cost budgeting
          • Risk management planning
          • Quality, organizational, and communications planning
          • Risk identification, risk analysis, and risk response planning
          • Procurement and solicitation planning

     4. Executing

          • Process definition
          • Project plan execution
          • Quality assurance
          • Team development
          • Information distribution
          • Solicitation
          • Source selection
          • Contract administration

     5. Controlling

          • Process definition
          • Integrated change control
          • Performance reporting
          • Scope verification
          • Scope change control
          • Schedule control
          • Cost control
          • Quality control
          • Risk monitoring and control

     6. Closing

          • Process definition
          • Contract closeout
          • Administrative closure


    7. Professional Responsibility

          • Individual integrity and professionalism
          • Project management knowledge base
          • Enhancing individual competence
          • Balancing stakeholders’ interests
          • Respecting personal, ethnic, and cultural differences

     8. Study Tips

          • How to study
          • Areas f or specific focus
          • Question format

     9. Final Assessment

  • Objectives

    By the end of the course the learners will be able to:

      • Demonstrate underlying knowledge of the project management framework as defined by the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).
      • Prepare a project charter and project plan including schedule, budget and risk management plan
      • Use software applications to develop project schedules and track project progress
      • Monitor and control a project using earned value analysis and project tracking tools
      • Manage project contracts through your comprehension of its key terms and conditions
      • Manage and shape the behavior of your project team members increasing their productivity and maximizing benefit

    PMBOK and The Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

  • Audience

    • PM professionals seeking PM training required to apply for PMP® exam
    • PM practitioners seeking professional development to advance their career
    • PM staff members who have had no formal PM training
    • PM professionals seeking a comprehensive overview of the field
    • Professionals desiring a career move into the PM field
    • Managers who have become involved in the PM aspect of the organization
    • Small to mid-size business owners involved in the project management aspect of their organization
  • Prerequisites

    High school diploma, associate’s degree, or global equivalent PLUS a minimum of 5 years/60 months unique, non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 7,500 hours were spent leading and directing the project;


    A four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or global equivalent) PLUS a minimum of three years/36 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 4,500 hours were spent leading and directing the project.

    Plus attend The PMP® exam preparation Course.



PMP and the Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.


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