PMP® Certification Course Overview 

The PMP® Certification Course covers the PMBOK® Guide principles, project management processes, and best practices. It will enable delegates to gain skills in how to plan, monitor, control and close projects in a controlled environment. With this course, delegates learn to lead projects effectively, manage stakeholders, mitigate risks, and deliver successful outcomes within budget and schedule constraints. 

Learning Outcomes 

  • Master the PMBOK® Guide principles and Project Management processes 
  • Develop leadership skills to lead cross-functional project teams 
  • Gain expertise in project planning, scheduling, and budgeting 
  • Prepare to pass the PMP® Certification Exam with confidence 

Prerequisites of the PMP® Certification Course   

Delegates must meet the following requirements in order to attend this PMP® Certification Course: 

  • Four-Year College / University Degree  
  • 36 months of experience leading projects within the past eight years  
  • 35 hours of project management education/training or the CAPM® Certification  


  • High School or Secondary School Diploma  
  • 60 months of experience leading projects within the past eight years  
  • 35 hours of Project Management education/training or the CAPM® Certification 

Who should attend this PMP® Certification Course?    

  • Project Managers 
  • Team Leaders 
  • Business Analysts 
  • Risk Managers 
  • Quality Assurance Managers 
  • Project Coordinators 

Course Structure  

This 5-day course will be divided into a two-part structure: 

  • In the first 3 days, we will cover the essential materials needed to understand Project Management Professional (PMP)® 
  • The remaining 2 days will cover the essential materials needed to take the PMP® exam 

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PMP® Certification Course Outline 

Lesson 1: Business Environment  

Topic A: Foundation  

  • Project  
  • Evolution of Project Management  
  • Project Management Office (PMO)  
  • OPM: A System for Value Delivery   
  • Projects, Programs, Portfolios  
  • Organisational Structures  
  • Project Management Principles  
  • Agile   
  • Agile Manifesto for Software Development  
  • Principles Behind the Agile Manifesto  
  • Agile: The “Far Side” of Adaptive Approaches  
  • Tailor Projects to Contexts  
  • Tailor Hybrid Approaches, Processes, Practices and Methods   
  • Activity   

Topic B: Strategic Alignment  

  • PMI Talent Triangle®  
  • Strategic Alignment and Business Management Skills   
  • Organisational Influences   
  • External Business Environment   
  • Internal Business Environment Factors  
  • OPAs and EEFs   
  • Activity  

Topic C: Project Benefits and Value  

  • Business Value   
  • Examine Business Value  
  • Types of Business Value  
  • Needs Assessment   
  • Business Documents  
  • Benefit Measurement Methods   
  • Project Selection Using Present Value (PV) and Net Present Value (NPV)  
  • How OKRs Help Deliver Business Value?   
  • Incremental Value Delivery  

Topic D: Organisational Culture and Change Management  

  • Change Management  
  • Manage Organisational Change Impacts on Projects  
  • Organisational Cultures and Styles   
  • Risk, Culture and Change in Organisations  
  • Change Management Framework  
  • Actions to Support Change   
  • Plan for Change   

Topic E: Project Governance  

  • Project Governance  
  • Governance in Adaptive Projects   
  • Governance Board   
  • Governance Defines Escalation Procedures   
  • Governance and Life Cycles   
  • Project Phases  
  • Apply Governance to Predictive Project Phases   

Topic F: Project Compliance  

  • Compliance  
  • Compliance Requirements   
  • Compliance Categories Classification   
  • Compliance Threats   
  • Treat Compliance as a Project Objective   
  • Activity  

Lesson 2: Start Project  

Topic A: Identify and Engage Stakeholders  

  • Typical Project Stakeholders  
  • Stakeholder and Communications Management  
  • Stakeholder Identification  
  • Assess Stakeholders  
  • Create the Stakeholder Register  
  • Know Stakeholders  
  • Directions of Influence  
  • Salience Model  
  • Stakeholder Perceptions  
  • Capture Stakeholder Feedback and Perceptions  
  • Capture Stakeholder Feedback and Perceptions 
  • Communication Requirements Analysis  
  • Communication Methods and Technologies  
  • Communication Challenges and Considerations  
  • Communication Model  
  • Stakeholder Engagement Strategy  

Topic B: Form the Team  

  • Create a Collaborative Team Culture  
  • Project Team Formation    
  • Project Manager Role in Adaptive Teams  
  • Hybrid Team Formation  
  • Project Team Composition  
  • Project Team Roles  
  • Identify Project Resource Requirements  
  • T-Shaped People and Self-Organising Teams  
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Standards  
  • Experts and Expert Judgment  
  • Focus on Team Strengths  
  • Team Norms  
  • PMI® Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct  
  • Team Charter and Ground Rules  
  • Team Communication  
  • Colocated, Virtual or Both?  
  • Virtual Team Challenges  
  • Running Virtual Teams  
  • Virtual Team Communication Technology  
  • Address Virtual Team Member Needs  

Topic C: Build Shared Understanding  

  • Seek Consensus for the Project Among the Team and Stakeholders  
  • Building a Shared Understanding  
  • Project Vision Statement  
  • Holistic Understanding of the Project  
  • Refer to Business Case and Business Needs  
  • Negotiate and Agree on Project Success Criteria  
  • Help Everyone Understand the Vision  
  • Got Agreement on the Project Agreements?  
  • Project Charter  

Topic D: Determine Project Approach  

  • Understand How and Why Approaches Differ  
  • Tailored Development Approaches  
  • Project or Product?  
  • Life Cycle and Development Approach  
  • Predictive Life Cycle  
  • Adaptive Life Cycle  
  • Cadence  
  • Development Approach and Life Cycle Terminology  
  • Hybrid Life Cycle and Development Approach  
  • Hybrid Project Approaches  
  • What Can Be Tailored?  
  • Development Approaches  
  • Assess Complexity  
  • Suitability Filter  
  • Scrum  
  • Scrum Ceremonies  

Lesson 3: Plan the Project  

Topic A: Planning Projects  

  • Project Management Plan  
  • Project Documents  
  • Collaborative Planning  

Topic B: Scope  

  • Adaptability and Resilience in Planning  
  • MVP or MBI?  
  • Product Roadmap  
  • Milestones  
  • Requirements  
  • Requirements Management Plan  
  • Collect Requirements Process  
  • Data Gathering  
  • Represent Data  
  • Context Diagrams  
  • Prototyping  
  • Scope Management Plan  
  • Project Scope Statement  
  • Scope Planning  
  • Create the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)  
  • Decompose Work in the WBS  
  • Scope Baseline  
  • Plan for Transitions / Handovers  
  • Scope Planning in Adaptive Environments  
  • Release and Iteration Planning  
  • Backlogs  
  • User Stories, Story Maps, Roadmaps  
  • Prioritise and Refine the Backlog  

Topic C: Schedule  

  • Schedule Management Plan  
  • Hybrid Schedules  
  • Predictive Schedule Planning  
  • Break Down Project Activities  
  • Activity Dependency Types  
  • Precedence Relationships  
  • Activity Duration Estimate Terminology  
  • Critical Path Method  
  • Network Diagram with Date and Dependencies  
  • Project Schedule  
  • Schedule Presentation Formats  
  • Resource Optimisation  
  • Schedule Compression Techniques  
  • Schedule Baseline  
  • Special Intervals  
  • Schedule Management in Adaptive Environments  
  • Working with Features  
  • Definition of Ready (DoR) and Definition of Done (DoD)  
  • Reprioritise Sprint / Iteration Backlog*  
  • Hybrid Scheduling Models  

Topic D: Resources  

  • Resource Management Plan  
  • Assign Resources and Allocate Responsibilities  
  • Use Resource Calendars  
  • Responsibility Assignment Tools  
  • Adaptive Resource Planning  
  • Filling Resource Needs  
  • Plan the Procurement Strategy  
  • Procurement Management Plan  
  • Procurement Documents  
  • Formal Procurement Processes  
  • Source Selection Criteria  
  • Qualified Vendors  
  • Contracts  
  • Types of Contracts  
  • Components of Contracts  

Topic E: Budget  

  • Budget Planning  
  • Predictive Budget Planning  
  • Check with Organisation  
  • Historical Data  
  • Project Budget  
  • Budget Considerations  

Topic F: Risks  

  • Project Risks  
  • Create Risk Strategy  
  • Refine Risk Management Approach  
  • Inherent Risk  
  • Risk Identification Techniques  
  • Risk Breakdown Structure  
  • Assess Risks  
  • Probability and Impact Matrix  
  • Quantitative Risk Analysis Methods  
  • Risk Response  
  • Plan Risk Response  
  • Risk Response Strategies  

Topic G: Quality  

  • Stakeholder and Customer Expectations of Quality  
  • Quality Management Plan  
  • Compliance Requirements  
  • Quality Standards and Regulations  
  • Discussion  
  • Quality Metrics, Checklists, and Processes  
  • Quality Methods for Continuous Improvement  

Topic H: Integrate Plans  

  • Introduction   
  • Plan for Complexity and Change  
  • How to Approach Complex Plans? 

Lesson 4: Lead the Project Team  

Topic A: Craft Your Leadership Skills  

  • Power Skills  
  • Inclusive Leadership Competencies  
  • Interpersonal and Team Skills  
  • Leadership Styles  
  • Leadership Management  
  • Servant Leadership  
  • Growth Mindset  
  • Team-Building  
  • Balance Team Tone with Sense of Urgency  
  • Virtual Team Member Engagement  

Topic B: Create a Collaborative Project Team Environment  

  • Where and How the Team Works? 
  • “Agile” Space for Hybrid Teams  
  • Work Information Management Systems  
  • Information Storage and Distribution   
  • Standardise Artifacts  
  • Tailor Artifacts  
  • Maintain Artifacts  
  • Version Control  

Topic C: Empower the Team  

  • Empowerment, Unity, Autonomy  
  • Support Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I)  
  • Psychological Safety and Embrace Diversity  
  • McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y  
  • Uphold Team Charter and Ground Rules  
  • Use Rewards and Recognition  
  • Decision-Making  
  • Display Task Accountability  

Topic D: Support Team Member Performance  

  • Manage and Lead  
  • Assess Team Member Performance  
  • Performance Assessment Tasks  
  • Personality Indicators  
  • Personality Research to Coach Team Members  
  • Emotional Intelligence  
  • Social Skills  

Topic E: Communicate and Collaborate with Stakeholders 

  • Monitor Stakeholders   
  • Managing Project Communications  
  • Reports and Formal Communication  
  • How to Collaborate?  
  • Use Information Radiators  
  • Collaboration Activities  
  • Communicate and Collaborate to Negotiate  
  • Meetings  
  • Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix (SEAM)  

Topic F: Training, Coaching and Mentoring 

  • Sharing Culture  
  • How to Acquire Required Competencies?  
  • Plan for Training, Coaching and Mentoring  
  • Value of Training, Coaching and Mentoring  
  • Elements of Training  
  • Coach Teams and Individuals in Project Management  
  • Self-Organising Teams Collaborate and Learn  
  • Measure Training Outcomes  
  • Maintain Mentorships  

Topic G: Manage Conflict  

  • Why Conflict Management Matters? 
  • Causes of Conflict  
  • Conflict as Part of Team Culture  
  • How to Handle Conflict? 

Lesson 5: Support Project Team Performance   

Topic A: Implement Ongoing Improvements  

  • Continuous Improvement (CI)  
  • Kaizen  
  • Assess Current CI Methods  
  • Conduct Retrospectives  
  • Improve Your Improvement Methods  
  • Update Processes and Standards  
  • Interactive/Discussion  

Topic B: Support Performance  

  • Project Team Leadership Objectives  
  • Manage with Objectives, Tolerances, Thresholds  
  • Optimise Communication  
  • Feedback to Support High Performance  
  • Support Team Task Accountability  
  • Show Roles and Responsibilities  
  • Curate Knowledge as an Asset  
  • Incorporate Knowledge Transfer Opportunities  
  • Knowledge Management  
  • Right Way to Motivate Team  
  • Continuously Realign Team Efforts with Value Delivery  
  • Check on Artifact Maintenance  

Topic C: Evaluate Project Progress  

  • Guidelines to Measuring Performance  
  • Report on Performance  
  • Schedule Management Tools  
  • Task Board  
  • Estimate Velocity  
  • Continuous Flow Diagram  
  • Budget Challenges  
  • Earned Value Management (EVM)  
  • EAC/ETC Analysis  
  • EVM  
  • Manage and Lead Resources  
  • Physical Resource Management  
  • Update Resource Allocation  
  • Handle Contract Changes and Disputes  
  • Quality Management Guidelines  
  • Quality Audit  
  • Control Quality Tools  
  • Control Quality Process  
  • Data Visualisation  
  • Data Visualisation Quality Tool  
  • Ensure Quality of Processes and Product  
  • Verify Deliverables  
  • Evaluate and Manage Risk  
  • Monitor Risks  
  • Review Reserves  
  • Risk Register  
  • Interactive/Discussion  
  • Manage Compliance as the Highest Priority  
  • Examine Business Value  

Topic D: Manage Issues and Impediments 

  • Issue or Impediment? Just Solve the Problem  
  • Risks and Issues  
  • Issue Resolution  
  • Discover and Solve Impediments Using Scrum  
  • Remove Impediments  

Topic E: Manage Changes 

  • Causes of Project Changes  
  • Changemaker and a Change Leader  
  • Monitor the External Business Environment  
  • Change Requests  
  • Change Control Systems  
  • Manage Contract Changes and Resolve Problems  
  • Contract Change Control System  
  • Types of Contract Changes  
  • Legal Concepts When Managing Disputes  
  • Process, Adjudicate and Communicate Claims  
  • Update Project Management Plan  

Lesson 6: Close the Project Phase   

Topic A: Project/Phase Closure  

  • Why Projects or Phases Close? 
  • Transitions  
  • Transition / Handover Readiness  
  • Transition / Handover Activities  
  • Interactive / Activity  
  • Paying and Closing Contracts  
  • Finalising Contracts  

Topic B: Benefits Realisation  

  • Early and Long-Term Benefits Realisation  
  • Benefits Management Plan  

Topic C: Knowledge Transfer 

  • Knowledge Management During Closing  
  • Conduct Project Retrospective  
  • Finalise Lessons Learned  
  • Consolidating Lessons Learned 
  • PMP is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. 
  • PMI is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. 
  • PMBOK is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. 
  • The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the PMP® Certification Course?

The PMP® Certification Course is a training course designed to equip delegates with the tools to gurprepare participants for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification exam. 

Who is eligible to attend the PMP® Certification Course?

Professionals with Project Management experience and aspiring Project Managers looking to obtain the PMP® Certification can attend this course. 

What topics are covered in the PMP® Certification Course?

The course covers Project Management processes, PMBOK® Guide principles, leadership skills, risk management, and stakeholder management. 

Will the PMP® Course help me advance my career?

Yes, obtaining the PMP® Certification can significantly enhance career prospects by demonstrating proficiency in Project Management, leading to potential promotions and increased job opportunities. 

How long is the course?

The PMP® Course is a 5-day course. 

Is there a prerequisite for attending the PMP® Certification Course?

Yes, participants must meet specific experience requirements set by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The prerequisites are mentioned in detail under the ‘Course Overview’ section.  

Is the PMP® Certification globally recognised?

Yes, it is recognised as a prestigious certification in the arena of Project Management worldwide. 

Is the PMP® Certification Course available online or in-person?

The course can be accessed in both online and offline mode. 

What is the validity period of the PMP® Certificate?

The PMP® Certification needs to be renewed every three years through earning and reporting Professional Development Units (PDUs) to demonstrate ongoing commitment to professional development. 

How can I maintain my PMP® Certification after passing the exam?

PMP® credential holders must earn Professional Development Units (PDUs) through ongoing education and project management-related activities to maintain their certification. 

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