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A project is a momentary endeavour, having a defined beginning and end, to bring about beneficial change or added value. The term “project management” brings to mind huge infrastructure and construction projects. The concept is far broader. All workplaces have projects such as:

  • Launching a fresh product line
  • Implementation of a new organisational policy
  • Moving staff to new work premises
  • Conducting a quality audit
  • Upgrading of current office IT infrastructure
  • Production of a stage show or major event
  • Installation of new security cameras and lighting
  • Implementing an organisational change program or restructure
  • Changes to premises layout and function
  • Outsourcing business functions

The global market considers PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification the profession’s premier project management credential. By the end of PMP course, you can expect to have a comprehensible understanding of the project management framework as described in the PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge), and in particular project phases, the project life and the role of the project manager.

You will also have a better understanding of what it means to be a project leader and the skills need to fulfil that role. You will also build up the skills and knowledge necessary to design, plan, implement, monitor, implement change for, finalise and assess multiple projects, which are in line with the strategic plan of an organisation and involve a number of stakeholders.

Preparation for the Project Management Institute’s PMP Certification Examination is the key to successfully passing the examination. The PMP training program is specially designed to maximize the probability that you will succeed in passing the examination the first time. You will receive handout materials, sample examination questions, and a copy of the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide). This program stresses the nine knowledge areas of PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), which serves as the basis for the PMP certification examination.

You would study how to:

  • Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses in each of the knowledge areas.
  • Explain the right answers to each of the sample exam questions.
  • Develop a personalized strategy for passing the PMP Exam
  • To introduce, build up and practice leadership skills and techniques in the areas such as Leadership and management, understanding people, types and causes of change, creating conditions for effective change, managing individuals through change, linking performance management to strategy, creating a contract for performance and advancement, performance management tools and techniques etc.

The knowledge academy aim is to bring Managing by Project principles to life, through experiential learning techniques including real-life case studies and scenario-based exercises. Whatever the level of experience and competency, it aims to have a training solution to meet your requirements.

With PMP training at the knowledge academy you will build upon what you have learned in this Certificate Program:

• make stronger skills previously developed

• enlarge core competencies with more advanced topics

• Make decisions faster and more successfully

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