PMP Video Tutorial

Introduction to PMI Project management institute(PMI) is a not for profit association PMI is the leading membership association for the projectManagement profession Established in 1969 Global organization headquartered in Pennsylvania USA Over 55000members worldwide(over 200+Countries) PMI is actively engaged in advocacy for the profession, setting professional standards, conducting research and providing access  toa wealth of information and resources PMI also promotes career and professional development and offers certification, networking and community involvement opportunities Advocates best practices in project, program and...

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Introduction to PMI

Introduction to PMI

  • Project management institute(PMI) is a not for profit association
  • PMI is the leading membership association for the projectManagement profession
  • Established in 1969
  • Global organization headquartered in Pennsylvania USA
  • Over 55000members worldwide(over 200+Countries)
  • PMI is actively engaged in advocacy for the profession, setting professional standards, conducting research and providing access  toa wealth of information and resources
  • PMI also promotes career and professional development and offers certification, networking and community involvement opportunities
  • Advocates best practices in project, program and portfolio management

Some PMP and PMI Technologies

  • PMP:Project Management Professional
  • PMI: Project Management Institute
  • PMI is an organization.PMP is a certification
  • PMI conducts PMP Examination
  • PMP certificationis valid for 3 Years
  • PDU: Professional Development unit
  • PMBOK: Project management body of knowledge
  • PMBOK is a practical hand book for project managers

Evolution of PMI

  • 1969 project management institute was founded
  • 1976 Discussion on standards
  • 1981 PMI board of directors approved the proposal
  • 1984 Approval of the 2nd standards and launch of PMP certification
  • 1985 Workshop as part of PMI annual seminars
  • 1986 Three new sections
    Project management framework
    Risk management
    Contract/ procurement management 1996, A guide to the PMBOK (PMBOK Guide)
  • 1987 PMBOK 1st edition was approved and published
  • 2000 second edition
  • 2004 Third edition
  • 2008 Fourth edition with examination changes in2011
  • 2013 Fifth edition with new knowledge area and 5additional processes

PMI Credentials

  • Certified associates in project management(CAPM)
  • Project management professionals(PMP)
  • Programme management professionals(PgMP)
  • PMI Risk management professional(PMI-RMP)
  • PMI Scheduling Professional(PMI-SP)

PMI Step to certification

PMI Step to certificationImportance of PMP

  • Globally recognized reject management certification
  • Worldwide recognition of your knowledge of project management
  • Demonstrates proof of professional achievement
  • Improves the way you manage your projects
  • Increases your marketability
  • Displays your willingness to pursue growth
  • Increases customer confidence
  • Valued globally across industry verticals & companies

PMP Examination

PMP Examination

PMP question types

PMP question types

About this training

There are total 15 modules

  • Introduction to PMP certification course
  • Project management framework
  • Project management processes group
  • Knowledge areas(10)
    Integration management
    Scope management
    Time management
    Cost management
    Quality management
    Human resource management
    Communication management
    Risk management
    Procurement management
    Stakeholder management
  • There are 5process groups
    Initiating
    Planning
    Executing
    Monitoring & controlling
    Closing
  • Professional and social responsibility
  • PMP Examination tips and tricks

Pre requisites of PMP

Pre requisites of PMP

  • Training-35 contact hours of project management training e.g.this program enables you to make a claim for PMI’s 35 hour training requirement.
  • Project experience-Experience leading and directing project “tasks”
    1  With a four year bachelor’ degree or global equivalent 4500 hours over at least 36 months
    2 With high school/diploma-7500 hours over at least 60months

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