1 - Project Management Introduction
CAPM® Exam DetailsProject Management Introduction OverviewDefining Projects The Importance of Project Management Project, Program, Portfolio and Operations Management Key Components Project Management Process GroupsProject Management Knowledge AreasProject Data, Information, and ReportsTailoringProject Management Business Documents Success MeasurementsCAPM® Test-Worthy Topics Practice Questions
2 - The Environment in Which Projects Operate
The Environment in Which Projects Operate OverviewEnterprise Environmental Factors Organizational Process Assets Organizational Systems Governance Frameworks Management Elements Organizational Structure Types Project Management OfficeCAPM® Test-Worthy Topics Practice Questions
3 - The Role of the Project Manager
The Role of the Project Manager Overview The Project Manager’s Sphere of Influence Project Management Competencies Comparison of Leadership and Management Leadership Styles Performing Integration CAPM® Test-Worthy Topics Practice Questions
4 - Initiating Processes
Initiating Process Group OverviewDevelop Project Charter Identify Stakeholders CAPM® Test-Worthy TopicsPractice Questions
5 - Planning Processes
Planning Process Group OverviewSection A: Management Plans Develop Project Management Plan Subsidiary Management PlansPlan Scope Management Plan Schedule Management Plan Cost ManagementPlan Quality Management Plan Resource Management Plan Communications Management Plan Risk Management Plan Procurement Management Plan Stakeholder Engagement Change Management Plan and Configuration Management Plan CAPM® Test-Worthy Topics Practice QuestionsSection B: Scope, Schedule, and Cost ProcessesCollect Requirements Define Scope Create WBS Define Activities Sequence Activities Estimate Activity Resources Estimate Activity Durations Develop Schedule Overview: Cost Planning ProcessesEstimate Costs Determine Budget CAPM® Test-Worthy TopicsPractice QuestionsSection C: Risk ProcessesIdentify Risks Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Plan Risk Responses CAPM® Test-Worthy TopicsPractice Questions
6 - Executing Processes
Executing Processes OverviewDirect and Manage Project Work Manage Project Knowledge Manage Quality Acquire Resources Develop Team Manage TeamManage Communications Implement Risk Responses Conduct Procurements Manage Stakeholder Engagement CAPM® Test-Worthy Topics Practice Questions
7 - Monitoring and Controlling Processes
Monitoring and Controlling Process Group OverviewMonitor and Control Project Work Perform Integrated Change Control Validate Scope Control Change Control Schedule Control Costs Control Quality Control Resources Monitor Communications Monitor Risks Control Procurements Monitor Stakeholder Engagement CAPM® Test-Worthy TopicsPractice Questions
8 - Closing Processes
Closing Process Group OverviewClose Project or Phase CAPM® Test-Worthy TopicsPractice Questions
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Who is it For?
This course is for people who have on the job experience doing project management activities and running projects, regardless of their job title. It is for those who wish to become certified project managers, or those that want to build or reinforce a foundation in project management. This course is ideal for a person who wants to grow and formalize their project management skills on an industry neutral, global standard, the Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK Guide) – Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc. 2017. (This course is ideal for a leader or manager wanting to take their career and salary to the next level in earning the globally recognized CAPM® credential. Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®, Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI)®, and PMBOK® Guide are all registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
CAPM® candidates with a high school diploma (or equivalent) require only this course to take the exam (at least 23 contact hours of project management training), though high school diploma holders with 1,500 hours of professional experience on a project team can satisfies the requirement.