Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Certification Preparation Training

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Program Management Professional (PgMP)® credential recognizes your experience in managing multiple related projects and aligning the resources and results with the organizational goals. This PgMP® course package offered by Project Management Institute (PMI)® is ideal for the professionals willing to take their project management career to newer heights in terms of growth and renumeration. Learning the knowledge and skills through PgMP® training also helps in increasing the visibility in their organization.

Universally-recognized, PgMP® training is based on PMBOK® Guide.

Upon the completion of the training, you will inculcate the following skillset:

  • Understand the application  process
  • Effectively manage several related projects in a coordinated way
  • Achieve the goals that were difficult to occur if projects were maintained in isolation
Target audience

If you are experienced in managing multiple projects, navigating complex functions required for the success of the projects, and aligning the results with the organizational goals, then you are the potential candidate for the PgMP® training.

Prerequisites

To attain the PgMP® certification, individuals should have qualify any of the following sets of prerequisites :

  • Secondary degree/diploma
  • 6,000 hours of project management experience
  • 10,500 hours of program management experience
OR
  • 4 year or bachelor degree
  • 6,000 hours of project management experience
  • 6,000 hours of program management experience
Exams

You must earn 60 professional development units (PDUs), to write the PgMP® certification exam.

After attending PgMP® training with Multisoft Systems, you will earn 24 PDUs.

  • Introduction: PMP® Certification Examination
  • Projects and Processes and Projects: How You Do the Job
  • The Process Framework: It All Fits Together
  • Integration Management: How the different parts of project integrate with each other
  • Scope Management: Gathering requirements, defining scope
  • Time Management: Learn how to create WBS, Network diagrams, develop schedules
  • Cost Management: Determine costs with Project cost, Management cost, contingency costs etc. Learn earned value techniques
  • Quality Management: What is Quality control and Quality assurance? How this is applicable to the projects
  • Human Resource Management: How to acquire, develop and manage project teams
  • Communications Management: Meeting the project reporting requirements etc
  • Risk Management: Understand what are known unknown & what unknown unknowns are. How to manage them
  • Procurement Management: Determine what is to be purchased, how to be purchased, when to be purchased etc.
  • Stakeholders Management: How to manage stakeholders?
  • Professional Responsibility: Making Good Choices

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