PMP 6th Edition

PROJECT MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE and skills can help you complete projects on schedule, within budget, and in full accordance with project specifications. At the same time, they help achieve the other goals of the organization, such as productivity, quality, and cost-effectiveness. By definition, every project is unique—a specific set of tasks aligned to meet stated requirements. But a skilled project manager consistently applies universal processes and skills to bring consistency and results to one project after another.

Learning project management skills can help you implement these proven strategies for clarifying project objectives, avoiding serious errors of omission, and eliminating costly mistakes.

Project Management Professional (PMP) ®  training at JK Michaels is focused on preparing you to pass the PMP® exam at first Sitting as well as equipping you with the skills and techniques in delivering projects successfully ,predictable and consistently. We regularly conduct practical ,high impact,fun-filled Project management professional® Exam Preparatory Course filled with success Secrets that makes you an expert in project delivery.We have both Public schedule and Corporate bespoke program structured in the week ends / weekdays totalling 35 hours of Contact education covering all 10 knowledge areas of New PMBOK® Guide-6th Edition .

1. Provides you with Greater Job Opportunities

Like every profession, in project management, there will be job opportunities only available to those with PMP® certification. In fact, there are about 20% more openings than there are credential employees available – that sounds like good odds to me. How does it sound to you?

2. Professional Recognition

Project managers who take the additional steps required to earn their PMP® credential receive recognition for their expertise as experts in the field of project management, from employers, customers and peers. Those who hold a PMP® certification have met stringent requirements including formal education, documented experience and working knowledge in the project management field to pass the extensive examination

3. Enhanced Marketability

For many project management job openings, you won’t even be considered without the PMP® certification. Even one it is not required, employers look at the credential as a preference when looking at prospective employees. Employers recognize that those with a current PMP® not only are required to meet the stringent requirements to initially earn the PMP® certification, but also must keep their skills and knowledge up to date through continuing education.Since it is a globally recognized and prestigious certificate, it increases your marketability both locally and internationally.

4. Additional Networking

PMI® offers additional networking options to those who have earned their PMP® certification. It has organized local chapters and special interest groups you can join to network with other project managers in your community, as well as extensive online communities. Additionally, PMI® has created an online career headquarters allowing PMPs® to search for jobs, post their resumes and receive career advice.

5. Ethics and Professional Conduct

Employers know they can expect a high level of ethical behavior and professionalism from those who have earned their PMP®. All PMI® members and professional project managers who hold a credential from PMI® are required to uphold the PMI® Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. This extensive agreement contains the following chapters: Vision and Applicability, Responsibility, Respect, Fairness and Honesty. The full agreement can be found in the PMP® Handbook.

Who Should Apply?
An experienced project manager who meets the following requirements:

Perform their duties under general supervision and are responsible for all aspects of the project for the life of the project
Lead and direct cross-functional teams to deliver projects within the constraints of schedule, budget and resources
Demonstrate sufficient knowledge and experience to appropriately apply a methodology to projects that have reasonably well-defined project requirements and deliverables.

Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent)
7,500 hours leading and directing projects
35 hours of project management education

Four-year degree
4,500 hours leading and directing projects
35 hours of project management education



On completion of this course, participants will be able to:

 1.Identify and List the PMI® 5 Process Groups, 10 Knowledge areas and 49 Processes.

2. Recognise and identify PMI® processes and definitions

3. Design and develop a Project Management Plan

4.Establish the Triple constraints of Time, Cost & Quality with respect to project performance

5. List the essential skills necessary for project managers

6. Discuss the importance of effective management of the project life cycle and differentiate between the 6 organizational structure

7. Apply methods, tools and techniques for planning, executing, monitoring, controlling and closing projects

8. Estimate project, develop project budget and calculate Earned value management

9. Demonstrate the core project management competencies

10. Elicit stakeholders requirements ,conduct stakeholder analysis ,develop stakeholder management plan and communication management plan.

11. Design a Project Charter, project scope statement ,and work breakdown structure.

12. Develop a Project Schedule and quality management plan.

13. Produce a Risk breakdown structure, risk register ,and carry out risk analysis .

14. Satisfy the 35 hour formal project management training requirement for PMI®’s PMP® professional certification.

PMP-Intro-Exam Process

Exam Process.

If your educational background consists of a bachelor degree or higher, the requirements for project management experience and project management education are:

 - 4500 Hours of Project Management Related Experience

 - 36 months of Project Management Experience

 - 35 Contact Hours of Training

The 4500 hours of experience must be within the last 3 years (36 months)



Practice tests help you become familiar with the environment as well as the question layout and timing.

When taking practice tests, focus on the speed at which you complete the questions. On average, you have 72 seconds per question.

 Take the exam tutorial. It can help give you a better understanding of all your options in the environment.

Assume that the company performing the work is fairly mature in project management regarding their methodology and processes 


As you take the practice exams:

pay attention to how quickly you go through the questions instead of simply how many you answer correctly

make sure you provide an answer to questions that you mark in case you run out of time on the exam

be sure to allocate enough time to go back and check your marked answers

go through all the questions in about two and a half hours before reviewing your marked questions

By following this recommendation, you should have enough time to address the marked questions plus a little risk reserve if you run longer on questions than in your practice tests.

4 questions

Welcome to your Introduction Quiz section.



•Identify the different organizational structure

•Describes the project management life cycle, project life cycle ,and product life cycle.

•Discuss the characteristics of project, program, and portfolio management

•Identify the purpose of Strategic planning

•Create a strategic plan and link it with projects and programs during a strategy session in organisations

•Recognize the importance of documenting lesson learned for every project

•List the benefits of a PMO

•Explain the Triple constraints and how it functions

•List the responsibilities and difference between project manager, project coordinator and project expeditor

•Describes the role of a stakeholder and how to balance stakeholders interest

PMP-Frame-What is Project

As the organizational operating environment continues to become more global, more competitive, and more demanding, organizations must adapt. They must become more efficient, more productive—they must “do more with less.” They must continually innovate. They must respond rapidly to a fast-changing environment. How can they do this? How can they do this in a strategic manner? How can they do this and still have the proper management controls? They can do this with effective project management.

PMP-Frame-Why Project

Why Project

Major Categories are:

Meet Regulatory, legal or social requirement

Satisfy stakeholder request or needs

Implement or change business or technology strategies

Create improve or fix product, process or services 

PMP-Frame-Business Value


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Lectures: 9
Level: Intermediate