Project Management Professional (PMP®)
The PMP® is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. The PMP® signifies that you speak and understand the global language of project management. Become a PMP® and become a project hero.
5-DAY INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSE | HRDF SBL-KHAS CLAIMABLE | FREE REVISION CLASSES & ONLINE SUPPORT
MODES OF DELIVERY
- Flexible scheduling
- Free revision classes
- Interact with our PMP graduates & alumni
- Cost-effective and increased flexibility
- Highly customized training solutions
- Available on-site or off-site
- Project Management, CAPM® etc.
- Agile, Lean, SCRUM, PMI-ACP® etc.
- Maintain your certification
The PMP® also increases your earning potential. PMP® certification holders earn 20 percent more than their non-certified peers, according to Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey—Tenth Edition.
Employers benefit as well. When more than one-third of their project managers are PMP®-certified, organizations complete more of their projects on time, on budget and meeting original goals. (Pulse of the Profession® study, PMI, 2015).
Sharma Management International is accredited by the Project Management Institute® as an Approved Training Provider for the PMP® Exam Preparation course.
MY PMP® EXPERIENCE
FEATURED CLIENTS AND GRADUATES
- PMI® Code of Ethics and Professional Conducts
- Who’s PMI®?
- What’s the PMBOK® Guide?
- What’s a PMP® and How to Become One?
- Guide for Exam Preparation
- Project & Project Management
- Relationship of Project, Program, Portfolio and Organizational Project Management
- Relationship of Project, Operation, and Organizational Strategy
- Project and Strategies Planning
- Project Management Office
- Business Value
- Project Manager & Required Skills
- Leadership and Management Skills
- Common Project Management Process Interaction
- Project Management Processes Group
- Initiating Process Group
- Planning Process Group
- Executing Process Group
- Monitoring and Controlling Process Group
- Closing Process Group
- Project Information
- Role of the Knowledge Area
- Chapter tests on project management framework and project processes
- Review of questions on project management framework and project processes
- Developing Project Charter
- Developing Project Management Plan
- Set of Project Documents
- Directing & Managing Project Work
- Monitoring & Controlling Project Work
- Performing Integrated Change Control
- Closing Project or Phase
- Developing Scope Management Plan
- Collecting Requirements
- Defining Scope
- Creating Work Breakdown Structure
- Validating Scope
- Controlling Scope
- Chapter tests on project integration and project scope management
- Review of questions on project integration and project scope management
- Developing Schedule Management Plan
- Defining Activities
- Sequencing Activities
- Estimating Activity Resources
- Estimating Activity Durations
- Developing Schedule
- Controlling Schedule
- Developing Cost Management Plan
- Estimating Costs
- Determines Budget
- Controlling Costs
- Earned Value Management
- Chapter tests on project time management and cost management
- Review of questions on project time management and cost management
- Developing Quality Management Plan
- Performing Quality Assurance
- Controlling Quality
- Developing Risk Management Plan
- Identifying Risks
- Performing Qualitative Risk Analysis
- Performing Quantitative Risk Analysis
- Planning Risk Responses
- Controlling Risks
- Developing Procurement Management Plan
- Type of Contracts
- Procurement Requirements and Selection Criteria
- Conducting Procurements
- Controlling Procurements
- Closing Procurements
- Chapter tests on project quality, risk and procurement management
- Review of questions on project quality, risk and procurement management
- Developing Human Resource Management Plan
- Acquiring Project Team Members
- Developing Project Team Members
- Managing Project Team Members
- Developing Communications Management Plan
- Managing Communications
- Controlling Communications
- Identifying Stakeholders & Its Influences
- Developing Stakeholder Management Plan
- Managing Stakeholder Engagement
- Controlling Stakeholder Engagement
- Chapter tests on human resource, communications and stakeholder management
- Review of questions on human resource, communications and stakeholder management
- Mock exam covering all the topics learnt and listed based on PMBOK® Guide — Sixth Edition
FAQ & FURTHER INFORMATION
The course is most beneficial for:
- Project Managers
- Associate/Assistant Project Managers
- Team Leads/Team Managers
- Project Executives/Project Engineers
- Software Developers
- Any professional aspiring to advance in the field of Project Management
- Project Charter
- Stakeholder Analysis Matrix
- Stakeholder Register
- Change Management
- Communication Management
- Cost Management
- Resource Management
- Quality Management
- Risk Management
- Scope Management
- Stakeholder Management
- Schedule Management
3) Monitoring and Control
- Earned Value Analysis
Evaluation of participation reaction and satisfaction shall be undertaken using a Seminar Evaluation Form that will evaluate a total of:
- 10 aspects of the training based on Conduct of Seminar;
- 4 aspects of training based on training materials; and
- 5 aspects of training based on training facilities.
A summary of the overall findings from the level 1 assessment will be submitted as part of the training report at the end of the training program.
Evaluation of participation level of learning and understanding of the program shall be undertaken through a Pre and Post Test that will consist of 20 objective questions that will be conducted just before and just after the training program.
A level two assessment of the results of the tests undertaken will be submitted as part of the training report at the end of the training program.
Evaluation of the ability of participants to apply and implement the behaviours required for effective project management planning will involve their immediate supervisors having to fill in questions describing their behaviours relating to the participants ability to undertake project management planning before and after attending the training program.
A level three questionnaire shall be prepared and provided as part of the proposed training program.
Dr Rumesh Kumar is a certified professional trainer, certified knowledge manager, certified project management professional, certified scrum trainer, and certified tetramap facilitator. He specializes in the areas of project management, knowledge management and organizational diagnostics.
In addition to being the Managing Director of the Sharma Management International, he is the Senior Denison Consulting Partner for Denison Consulting USA and the Regional Director for Kanzen Institute Asia Pacific.
Dr Rumesh is presently involved in undertaking post project reviews, and performance improvement in various projects, competency assessment and developing competency development programs as well as organizational culture profiling for senior managers in different organizations both in Malaysia and abroad.
Based on his extensive involvement in conducting management courses, Dr Rumesh undertook a series of post review sessions and was able to use the learning outcomes as learning points for sharing of real life management.
He has conducted training programs for many well-known and reputable organizations both in Malaysia as well as abroad. He has designed, developed as well as conducted training programs for well over 2,500 executives in numerous multinationals, government linked as well as business enterprises in the areas relating to managing people and business strategies both in Malaysia and abroad.
In addition to designing and conducting corporate level training, he also specializes in providing consulting services such as organizational diagnostic assessments, competency assessment, cultural and leadership profiling as well as continual productivity improvement.