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A PMP Curriculum Focused on Exam Success

Built around accelerated learning techniques and carefully designed learning materials, this intense, focused PMP training delivers a passing PMP® Exam score on your very first try. You will be prepared to take the PMP exam, following our carefully designed class curriculum.

Details about the class format and structure
Set training expectations
High level overview of class curriculum
Learn About the PMI Application Process
Identify exam preparation key methodologies
The Exam Itself

Project Management Background
Foundational Elements of Project Management
The Relationship of Portfolios, Programs, Projects, and Operational Management
About the Project Management Domains
Complete Knowledge Area Test
Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

Enterprise Environmental Factors
Organizational Process Assets (OPAs)
Types of Organizational Systems
More About Project Management Domains
Complete Framework Knowledge Area Test
Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

Defining the Project Manager
The Project Manager’s Sphere of Influence
Competencies of a Project Manager
The Relationship with Project Management Domains
Complete Framework Knowledge Area Test
Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

TOPIC A: BUILD A TEAM
Successful projects require teams to build the required business solution. As a professional project manager, you’ll benefit from understanding and applying the processes and practices required to build effective teams.

TOPIC B: DEFINE TEAM GROUND RULES
In order for the team to perform effectively, they need to collectively define project ground rules based on context, such as organizational rules and team dynamics.

TOPIC C: NEGOTIATE PROJECT AGREEMENTS
Now that the team has been assembled, you might need to facilitate negotiations to reach an agreement about the project objectives.

TOPIC D: EMPOWER TEAM MEMBERS AND STAKEHOLDERS
Project managers need to get a feel for their teams, identify and organize around team strengths, and set up systems to ensure the teams are accountable for their tasks.

TOPIC E: TRAIN TEAM MEMBERS AND STAKEHOLDERS
Team members may need to be trained in different aspects of the project, the customer environment, and the solution approach. Users, customers, and other stakeholders will require training and other knowledge transfer to ensure successful onboarding of the solution.

TOPIC F: ENGAGE AND SUPPORT VIRTUAL TEAMS
Modern projects almost without fail create the need to work with and manage virtual teams. Effectively engaging with and supporting your virtual teams will increase your value to the project as a whole.

TOPIC G: BUILD SHARED UNDERSTANDING ABOUT A PROJECT
One of the first goals in onboarding a team for a project is to ensure that they reach consensus and support the outcome of the parties’ agreement.

Complete Module Test
Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

Topic A: DETERMINE APPROPRIATE PROJECT METHODOLOGY/METHODS AND PRACTICES
There is no one way to manage every project. Knowledge and understanding of project management best practices is one part of the equation. Determining and applying the most appropriate methodology and practices to your project is another part.

Topic B: PLAN AND MANAGE SCOPE
The project team must complete work in order to achieve project outcomes. What that work is, what must be done, guiding that work, ensuring the work is done, and setting criteria as to what “done” is, so it can be properly validated are all elements the project team must plan for and manage throughout the project.

Topic C: PLAN AND MANAGE BUDGET AND RESOURCES
Without proper management of project costs, expenses can get out of control quickly. You must be prepared to make adjustments and apply the correct costs to resources, activities, and services that align with your budget.

Topic D: PLAN AND MANAGE SCHEDULE
The project schedule in its most basic form is simply a representation of how long a project takes to complete. It includes a number of components, including the activities that will be performed to execute the project scope, the duration of each activity, and how the activities are related to each other.

Topic E: PLAN AND MANAGE QUALITY OF PRODUCTS AND DELIVERABLES
All projects must be of a certain quality. What that level of quality is, the expectations around the quality, how the project’s quality is to be measured, how it will be aligned to the project’s objective, and how the quality is to be tracked and reported are a few important aspects of managing this key attribute.

Topic F: INTEGRATE PROJECT PLANNING ACTIVITIES
As plans are being developed and updated, you’ll need to integrate all those plans and components to ensure coordinated and efficient progress.

Topic G: PLAN AND MANAGE PROCUREMENT
Procuring products and services from external suppliers requires identifying suppliers, obtaining bids or proposals from them, and awarding contracts based on their evaluation. All procurements for the project must be done within the specified parameters of time, cost, and quality to ensure that the project meets the stakeholders’ requirements.

Topic H: ESTABLISH PROJECT GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE
Organizations use governance guidelines to establish strategic direction and performance parameters. The strategic direction provides the purpose, expectations, goals, and actions to guide business pursuits and is aligned with business objectives. Project management activities should be, and must stay, aligned with business direction to increase project success.

Topic I: PLAN AND MANAGE PROJECT/PHASE CLOSURE
Closing a project or project phase is one of the last steps in completing that project or phase. Because a project is a unique, one-time activity, the formal closing out of the project is essential.

Complete Knowledge Area Test
Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

TOPIC A: ASSESS AND MANAGE RISKS
Robust risk management not only helps you anticipate and mitigate problems, but also provides you with specific actions to take for responding to potential project risks.

TOPIC B: EXECUTE PROJECT TO DELIVER BUSINESS VALUE
Project managers must execute the project in the most appropriate manner to balance the urgency to realize the value with the abilities of the team based on quality expectations.

TOPIC C: MANAGE COMMUNICATIONS
Project managers spend approximately 90 percent of their time communicating with the project team and other stakeholders. For this reason, it is imperative that communicating clearly and completely should be a high priority for every project manager.

TOPIC D: ENGAGE STAKEHOLDERS
As project managers, it is in your best interest to keep project stakeholders interested in the project and the outcomes.

TOPIC E: CREATE PROJECT ARTIFACTS
Everyone knows that projects create deliverables—the interim and final products of the project’s scope. Projects also create artifacts throughout their life cycle.

TOPIC F: MANAGE PROJECT CHANGES
Throughout the life of a project, there will be changes in the project that can turn risky if not handled at the right time.

TOPIC G: MANAGE PROJECT ISSUES
Projects do not always go smoothly, and situations can arise which have the potential to affect the scope, schedule, or cost if left unattended.

TOPIC H: ENSURE KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER FOR PROJECT CONTINUITY
It is important for project team members to obtain the right knowledge at the time when they need it to do their job.

Complete Knowledge Area Test
Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

TOPIC A: LEAD A TEAM
The appropriate leadership style depends on the situation, the project, the stakeholders, your skills, and many other factors. A project manager must be astute in various leadership styles to apply the most suitable technique for the moment.

TOPIC B: SUPPORT TEAM PERFORMANCE
You want to get the most from your team. There are many ways to support their efforts and encourage high performance.

TOPIC C: ADDRESS AND REMOVE IMPEDIMENTS, OBSTACLES, AND BLOCKERS
Any actions a project manager can take to address and remove the conditions or causes restricting the team’s productivity helps the team and the project produce value.

TOPIC D: MANAGE CONFLICT
Conflict can be a positive benefit to the project and its outcomes, if managed and cultivated properly.

TOPIC E: COLLABORATE WITH STAKEHOLDERS
The more collaboration and alignment, the better ability for the project to deliver value and progress towards those ends working with people.

TOPIC F: MENTOR RELEVANT STAKEHOLDERS
There are plenty of opportunities for you to share your knowledge and experience with others.

TOPIC G: APPLY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TO PROMOTE TEAM PERFORMANCE
Being able to read social cues, interact, and sense what people are thinking, feeling, and projecting are powerful aspects of working with people.

Complete Knowledge Area Test
Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

TOPIC A: MANAGE COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS
As part of managing a project, it will be necessary for you to maintain visibility into compliance requirements and to ensure that they are effectively managed throughout the project.

TOPIC B: EVALUATE AND DELIVER PROJECT BENEFITS AND VALUE
A project is undertaken to meet the objectives and requirements of its stakeholders, and the project manager is responsible for delivering what these stakeholders expect. Keeping your eye on the project’s benefits and value will help ensure ultimate project success.

TOPIC C: EVALUATE AND ADDRESS INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CHANGES
As the project commences and progresses, there are often changes in the internal and external business environment that may impact the project value and the desired scope/backlog.

TOPIC D: SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
Projects and project management take place in an environment that is broader than that of the project itself, and an organization’s culture, style, and structure influence how projects are performed.

TOPIC E: EMPLOY CONTINUOUS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
Project managers should always look for ways to continuously improve the processes they use to complete their project deliverables and meet the expectations of their shareholders.

Complete Knowledge Area Test
Complete PMP Mock Exam (LITE)

Ethical Application of Project Management
Complete Exercises

General Review
Formulas to Know for the Exam
Before You Take The Exam
Tricks for Taking The Exam
Common Project Management Errors and Pitfalls

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Don is an experienced PMP instructor who has helped thousands of individuals prepare to pass their certification exam. Don provides exceptional training to students through a combination of expert PMBOK® Guide knowledge, and 30+ years of real world project management experience. As a Project Manager himself, Don has managed critical projects for customers such as NEC, Xerox, Air Products and Chemicals, and multiple state agencies.

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Mike is a passionate and veteran instructor who has taught bootcamps in PMP, Agile, and PMI-RMP subject areas. Mike brings over 20 years of IT executive and project management experience into his training, which allows him to utilize real world examples to help students better understand course materials.

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Dr. Mike Ikona

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Ron is a strategically driven management trainer and executive coach with hands-on experience as a project manager, product manager, process specialist, and people manager. He has a 20+ year track record of successfully completing large and small scale implementations for organizations ranging from business startups to Fortune 100 firms. Ron has expertly built and led geographically dispersed, top-performing teams to deliver complex projects on time, within budget, and with high client satisfaction.

As an expert trainer, Ron has mentored and trained hundreds of aspiring project professionals in the art and science of project management, who have gone on to be successful project leaders within their organizations. He has specialized over the years on building solid project management infrastructures both for organizations and for individuals.

Ron holds a Bachelor of Arts University of California at Berkeley and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He is a member of the Board of Directors for Tellefesen Hall Association (Home of the Cal Band) in Berkeley, and Cine Accion of San Francisco.

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Ron Ponce

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Christine is an enthusiastic PMP and CAPM instructor with over 20 years of real world experience leading projects, as well as developing and training organizational project management methodologies. Her background brings an effective and rich foundation of supporting successful learners of all levels. Christine has led IT and business projects at companies that include Walgreens, Aon Hewitt, Abbvie, Hospira, and CVS Health.

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Christine Fertl

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Since 1993, Bob has focused on training and course development in project management. He has presented more than 350 PM seminars to some 6,500 mid and upper-level managers at companies like AT&T, Northrop Grumman, Military Sealift Command, DHL, Verizon, Sprint, Motorola, the State Department, and the Jordanian Army. Since 2004, his focus has been almost exclusively on preparing business and government professionals for the PMP examination.

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Kaye is a PMP and CAPM exam prep instructor with over 20 years of project management and training experience. She has presented numerous workshops, seminars, and training classes at universities, corporations and PMI Chapters across the United States. Kaye's passion for teaching and rapport with students create an engaging and interactive experience. Kaye has led projects at companies including Arrow, Martin Marietta, Motorola, Johnson and Johnson, AMP, TYCO Electronics, and Dell.

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Kaye McNulty

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Lee has taught PMP exam prep certification courses since 2007, and has over 25 years of direct project management experience. Over the course of his career, Lee has served as a Project Manager, IT Manager and Director for various firms. His project management experience crosses multiple domains, include Federal and State government, Clinical Research, Avionics, Publishing, Law Enforcement and Emergency Management areas.

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Lee Cooper

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As a veteran training instructor, Joseph has presented over 150 certification preparatory courses including over 120 PMP bootcamp classes. Joseph is currently working with the UK government authority AXELOS to create integrated global practices including those used within the project management and information systems management fields. As a senior technical lead team analyst at HSBC from 2000 until 2009, Joseph led fifteen separate projects and initiatives at any given point in time. Joseph has also served on the executive board for the Boy Scout of America Monterey Bay Area Council in California.

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Joseph Tierney

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With a passion for project management and an eagerness to promote the growth of others, Tonya brings over 20 year of project, program, and portfolio management experience within the IT and business areas of the insurance, banking, academia, and retail industries. Tonya has led the introduction and improvement of project methodologies throughout her career. Tonya specializes in the alignment of IT and business needs to solution strategic organization objectives. Tonya has over 15 years of PM instructor experience within both the corporate and university arenas and is an international speaker on the topics of project management and agile methodologies.

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Tonya M Peterson

(PhD, PMP, CSM)

Scott is an experienced PMP exam instructor who has led over 70 certification classes and trained over 1000 learners. He has also authored numerous project management articles, and developed courseware that is being utilized by project managers globally. He has led classes for the Department of Defense, Lockheed Martin, and the State of California. Scott has over 20 years of project leadership experience with organizations including Hewlett Packard, AT&T, Innovis, and Adventist Health.

He has extensive experience developing and leading project management methodology for numerous companies across different industries. He has been instrumental in the creation and development of multiple ePMOs, and has created a library of artifacts utilized across various industries. Scott brings this real-world experience to every class he facilitates to help ensure participant success.

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