Anisan Technologies - Exam Preparation Course for Project Management Professional (PMP) ®

Exam Preparation Course for Project Management Professional (PMP) ®

For experienced project management professionals, ANISAN provides, exam preparation course for PMP® exam conducted by Project Management Institute (PMI). This course would include course content as well as mock tests. This course is meant for experienced project managers and those registered for PMI exams. Candidates desiring to take this course and appear for PMI exams are recommended to ascertain eligibility criteria for PMP exam. ANISAN conducts course on lines of curriculum for PMP exam and this course includes PMP mock tests.

The rough course content is as follows:

Module I – Introduction

  • Project Management Methodology
  • Selection of project management methodology with practical examples
  • Define Business Need Document
  • Align Solution Scope with Business Goal
  • Conduct Stakeholder Analysis
  • Develop Project Charter and learn how to obtain approval

        Outcome

  • Validating and Verifying Project Scope with Stakeholders
  • Key Concepts necessary to prevent Project Failure
  • Preventing Problems before you Start

Module II - Project Management Planning

  • Project Planning Process
  • Dependability Diagrams and Project Planning
  • Project Milestone and Project Deliverables
  • Breaking the Project in Manageable Iteration or Pieces
  • Preventing Scope Creep
  • Planning Communication
  • Planning Resource Management
  • Estimation Techniques and Acquiring Reliable Estimates
  • Creating Workbreakdown structure
  • Change Management Process
  • Managing Project Risk
  • Developing Final Management Plan and Getting it Approved
  • Kick starting Project – Reviewing Overall Project Plan and Addressing Key Issues.

Module III   - Project Execution

  • Aligning Project Stakeholders and Team Members – Setting Expectations in accordance with the Project Plan
  • Proactive Resource Management
  • Adhering to Quality Standards – Implementing Quality Management Plan
  • Implementing Change Control Management – Successfully completing and integrating all the Project Tasks
  • Implementing approved actions and workarounds – minimize risk impact on the project
  • Important issues related delivery that needs to be addressed
  • Communicating Status reports
  • Effective Resource Management System

Module IV – Monitoring and Controlling

  • Measuring Project Performance using Tools and Techniques
  • Using Appropriate Verification Techniques – Manage Changes to Project Scope, Schedule and Costs
  • Incorporating Customer Acceptance while keeping the Project Plan Updated and reflective of Authorized Project Changes
  • Using Appropriate Tools and Techniques to ensure that the requirements from the stakeholders have been addressed.
  • Create, Update and Distribute the Project Documents as per the Project Plan
  • Confirm the Project Deliverables and its Quality meets the target Standards established in the Project Quality Plan.

Module V – Closing the Project

  • Formal signing off process from the sponsor
  • Issuing the final project documentation
  • Formalizing final acceptance for the project
  • Obtaining financial, legal and administrative closure
  • Archiving project records to ensure availability of data for potential use in future projects and internal/external audits.
  • Measuring Customer Satisfaction at the end of the projects by capturing customer feedback – using appropriate Interview techniques and Surveys.
  • Releasing the resources.
  • Sharing success with the team.

Module VI – Essentials of Project Management

  • General Management for Project Manager
  • Dealing with Timelines and Unrealistic schedules
  • Risk Management
  • Proving your worth

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