An overview of PMP Training along with its benefits

PMP is the world’s most familiar certification for project managers, with over 750,000 certification holders worldwide. The PMP certification is governed by the Project Management Institute. The PMP training program is uniquely designed to ensure that you pass the PMP exam on the first attempt. The hands-on training approach will help you to understand the workings of the five process groups and 10 knowledge areas defined by the PMBOK Guide—Sixth Edition. At the end of this training program, you will be able to:

  • Modern project management tools such as work breakdown structure, resource allocation, Gant charts, project cost estimating, cost management and engineering economics.
  • Delivering projects on scope, on time and on budget.
  • Developing a broad and flexible toolkit of techniques and adapting your approach to the context and constraints of projects.
  • Earn the required 35 PDUs to take the PMP certification exam
  • Enhancing the people skills, trust and leadership necessary to meet project requirements.

Benefits of Project Management Training:

  • Enhanced Efficiency: Enabling a project manager to accurately determine the requirements of a project and to assess the available resources and make best use of those resources. This ensures the scope, schedule and budget are accurately set from the start.
  • Consistent Delivery: Efficient project managers who are able to deal effectively with risks will consistently and reliably deliver successful projects avoiding wasted time, effort and money.
  • Improved Confidence: Learning about how to identify risks in projects and how to manage them helps build a project manager’s confidence and ability to manage projects effectively
  • Client Satisfaction: When the tools and techniques are used to deliver projects reliably; deliver what was required and within budget then the customer will be satisfied.
  • A Fresh Perspective: Experienced project managers can improve their PM knowledge with new techniques but can also simply learn to approach a familiar scenario with a new perspective.
  • Behavioral Changes: Project Management is not just about experience, tools and techniques but also learning how to influence others and resolve conflict.
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