This program is designed to introduce trainees to the PMI methodology, and to qualify them to enter the PMP exam.
The general goal
The overall goal is to enable the trainees to successfully pass the PMP exam.
Raising awareness of the importance of PMP certification at work and in professional and career development
Studying the methodology of the American Global Project Management Institute (PMI).
Developing the ability to professionally manage projects to qualify trainees to do their own projects
Better control over budgets, material and human resources for projects
Increasing the quality and reliability of enterprise products
Improving customer service
Providing trainees with an unlimited set of skills, such as: planning, leadership, control, time management, dealing with people, risk management, solving problems and difficulties and achieving goals quickly and efficiently.
Integration plan for all parts of the project
The goal and scope plan of the project
The time and scheduling plan of the project
The cost plan of the project
The quality plan
The human resource plan
The communications plan
The risk plan
The procurement and Supply Plan
The stakeholder definition plan
Project managers, employees working in the project management field, project sponsors, senior management, and employees who plan to participate in any stage of project management. This course is equivalent to 30 Professional Development Units.