The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® is a valuable entry-level certification for project practitioners. Designed for those with little or no project experience, the (CAPM)® demonstrates one’s understanding of the fundamental knowledge, terminology and processes of effective project management.
Furthermore, Small, medium and large organizations around the globe are always on the lookout for skilled project managers with a respected certification. The (CAPM)® certification is well-known and valued in every sector.
This certification is ideal for less-experienced project practitioners who want to demonstrate their commitment to project management, improve their ability to manage larger projects, earn additional responsibility and stand out to potential employers.
The (CAPM)® certification offers recognition to practitioners who are starting a career in project management as well as project team members who wish to demonstrate their project management knowledge. Individuals who contribute specialized skills to a project team can benefit from this certification by allowing them to align their work with that of project managers.
Learn the 10 project management knowledge areas, including integration, scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk, procurement, and stakeholder management.
Develop the fundamentals of implementing standard processes and practices to be successful in your projects
Be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to the project management profession
Acquire the relevant knowledge and skills required to pass the CAPM® certification exam
Become an efficient project manager and become a valuable member of a project management team
Who should attend / apply?
Individuals wishing to obtain an international credential demonstrating an understanding of the fundamental, best practice, project management knowledge.
Entry level individuals wishing to enter the project management profession.
Individuals looking to advance their standing as project management subject matter experts in their organizations.
Individuals working in support of a project management office (PMO).
Project stakeholders intending to serve as a sponsor, facilitator, liaison, or coordinator.
Project managers desiring a professional certification, but lacking the experience requirements for the PMP certification.
Part-time project managers looking to formalize their project management skill-set and be recognized for their project management knowledge.
Day 1: Introduction to CAPM and Project Management Framework
Definition of a Project and Project Management Fundamentals
What is Portfolio Management and Project Management Office (PMO)
Project Constraints and Stakeholder Management
Role of Organizational Structure In Project and Portfolio Management
Project Life-cycle Vs. Product Life Cycle
Project life-cycle Vs. Project Management Process
The Five Project Management Process Group
Process groups, knowledge areas and PM mapping Process
Dynamics in each process group
What is PIM, they key role of Project Manager, Project Team and Project Sponsor
Project Selection Methods
Day 2: Project Integration Management
The Integration Management of Knowledge area
Develop a Project Charter and Project Management Plan
Direct and Manage Project Execution
Monitor and Control Project work
Perform Integrated Change Control
Close Project or Phase
Project Scope Management
What is Project Scope Management?
Product Scope vs. Project Scope
Key Terms in project Scope management
The project Scope Management process
Plan Scope Management
Define Scope and Create Work Breakdown Structure
Validate and Control Scope
Day 3: Project Time Management
What is Project Time Management and Project Schedule
The key terms in Project Time Management
Planning Schedule Management
Define Project Activities
Sequence Project Activities
Estimation of Activity Resources and Duration
Develop and Control Schedule
Project Cost Management
What is Project Cost Management?
Difference between cost estimation and Cost Budgeting
The Process of project cost management
Planning of cost management
Estimate costs and determine budgets
How to control costs?
Day 4: Project Quality Management
What is Quality and Quality Management
Cost of quality
The project Quality Management Process
Plan quality Management
Perform Quality Assurance
Seven basics tools of Quality
Introduction to Six Sigma
Project Human Resource Management
Role of Human Resource Management in Project Management
Functional Manager vs. project manager
Project Human Resource Management Process
Human Resource Management planning
Acquiring Project Team
Develop Project Team
Manage Project Team
Power of Project Manager
Effective Motivation theories in Project Management
Day 5: Project Communication Management
Importance of Communication
Communication methods and technology and Communication Channels
Basic Communication Model
Planning of communications management
Managing and controlling communications
Project Risk Management
What is Project Risk and how risk is calculated?
Categorization of Risk
Decision tree and risk reserve
The risk management process
Planning risk management
Perform qualitative and quantitative risk analysis
Plan risk responses
Monitor and control risks
Day 6: Project Procurement Management
What is a contract?
Centralized vs. decentralized contract
Different types of contract
Key terms in procurement management
Planning of procurement process
Conduct, control and close procurement
Project Stakeholder Management
Stakeholders and common stakeholder on a project
Stakeholder power / interest grid
How to engage stakeholder – assessment matrix
Skills needed to manage stakeholders
Identify project stakeholder
Plan, manage and control stakeholder engagement
Final Discussion – Training Evaluation
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