Candidates will then learn of the influence that an organization has on Project Management, and various other key topics like the project stakeholders, project governance, the creation of and the importance of a project team, and the project life cycle.
Before moving to the 49 processes, the PMP certification syllabus will introduce candidates to the 10 Project Management knowledge areas and 5 process groups at an overview level.
This is the first knowledge area in the PMP certification course content, that explains the coordination of the different elements within a project. These elements include project activities, resources, schedules, stakeholders, etc.
The project’s scope defines what exactly needs to be executed in the project, and this section of the PMP certification syllabus teaches the various processes (like requirements collection, WBS creation, scope control, etc.) involved in ensuring the result is maintained within the defined scope.
Candidates are taught the various processes involved in scheduling the various activities, deliverables, and milestones within a project, defining the relationship between these elements, and estimating resource allocation and task durations.
You will be taught the different processes involved in estimating, allocating, and controlling the project budget and individual activity and resource costs.
This knowledge area covers the different processes involved in defining the quality standards and methods to test the quality and ensure the standards are met. You will learn to plan quality management, perform quality assurance, and control end quality.
You will learn the different processes involved in planning resource management, estimating resource requirements based on activities, and acquiring resources. This includes steps to build, develop, manage, and control resource teams.
This section of the PMP training course covers the various modes of communication that can be set up within a project for smooth operations.
You will be taught the various processes involved in identifying risks, performing a risk analysis, planning risk responses, implementing these responses, and monitoring risks.
This knowledge area involves processes related to the procurement of various resource elements: workers, materials, and equipment.
The last section of the course covers the final knowledge area and process related to the management of individuals who are impacted by the project, namely the stakeholders