In this class you will learn to apply project management processes acknowledged by the Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI)® to successfully plan and execute projects. This course will also prepare you for the CAPM, a globally recognized certification of excellence in project management.
An overview of project management principles and practices, including the five process groups and ten knowledge areas.
This includes the processes and activities involved in coordinating various project management processes, including developing the project charter, developing the project management plan, and directing and managing project work.
This covers the processes and activities involved in defining, verifying, and controlling the project scope, including defining project scope, creating a work breakdown structure, and controlling project scope.
This covers the processes and activities involved in developing and controlling the project schedule, including developing a project schedule, controlling project schedule, and critical path method.
This covers the processes and activities involved in planning, estimating, budgeting, and controlling costs, including developing a cost management plan, determining project budget, and controlling project costs.
This covers the processes and activities involved in ensuring that the project meets the required quality standards, including quality planning, quality assurance, and quality control.
This covers the processes and activities involved in managing project resources, including human resource management, procurement management, and stakeholder management.
This covers the processes and activities involved in planning, managing, and controlling project communications, including developing a communications management plan, managing project information, and reporting project performance.
This covers the processes and activities involved in identifying, analyzing, and responding to project risks, including risk planning, risk identification, risk analysis, and risk response planning.
This covers the processes and activities involved in identifying, managing, and engaging project stakeholders, including identifying stakeholders, developing a stakeholder management plan, and managing stakeholder engagement.
The course aims to provide an overview of project management principles and practices.
The course aims to establish a foundation of project management concepts and terminology.
The course aims to help students prepare for the CAPM exam by covering the topics and knowledge areas that will be tested.
The course aims to introduce students to the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, which provides guidelines for ethical behavior in project management.
The course aims to develop essential project management skills, such as communication, time management, organization, leadership, and problem-solving.
The course aims to provide practical application of project management concepts through exercises and real-world scenarios.
The course aims to prepare students to earn the CAPM certification, which demonstrates their knowledge and expertise in project management and enhances their career opportunities.
What Are Key CAPM Requirements and Skills?
To become a CAPM, you need to have a secondary diploma or equivalent, complete 23 hours of project management education, have a basic understanding of project management concepts, and possess essential skills such as communication, time management, organization, leadership, problem-solving, and attention to detail. You also need to pass a 150 multiple-choice question exam and earn 15 professional development units every three years to maintain your certification.
This course is intended for:
Individual who are interested in pursuing a career in project management and also for people who are new to project management and want to gain a fundamental understanding of the field.