ProXalt® is a global leader in providing cost effective and reliable, management training in the industry. ProXalt® is a member for the Project Management Institute (PMI)® since 2006 and is an Authorized Training Partner (ATP) for the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. ProXalt® has been reviewed and approved as a provider of the project management training by the PMI®. As a PMI Authorized Training Partner (ATP), ProXalt® has agreed to abide by PMI-established quality assurance criteria.
ProXalt® was founded by experienced, knowledgeable, and passionate Program and Project Management professionals, practitioners and trainers, who value diversity and take pride in being an equal opportunity employer
The main objective of the Classroom PMP® Certification Fast Track Training course is, to help participants to fulfill PMI’s requirement for 35 hours of project management education as well as prepare them for the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) PMP Certification Exam.
Based on professional role delineation study and research, it was clear that project management professionals need more diverse skills and approaches than ever before. Effective Jan/2021 PMI® has introduced a new/revised Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam.
The new PMP® exam is based on DOMAINS, TASKS and ENABLERS.
This course is approved by the PMI®, the content for this course is provided by the PMI® and the course is taught by the PMI® certified instructor.
Classroom PMP® Certification Fast Track Training course is designed for the project management professionals who have PM experience through their job role as a project manager but not certified as project management professional (PMP®). By attending this course will definitely help the candidate to pass the PMP® exam as well as increases their PM skills and helps in the advancement of their careers. After this training, you will be fully prepared to successfully take the PMP exam and have the knowledge, tools, and resources needed to take the next step in your career.
New revised PMP® Exam is based on Domains:
Note: This course is NOT for the project managers who are new to the job or fresh college graduates.
Upon Completion of this course, ProXalt® will provide a course completion certificate to the PMP® aspirant. This certificate can be used towards submitting Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Application to the PMI® for the PMP® application approval.
Apart from course completion certificate you will also learn and gain knowledge in:
|Education Requirements||Option – 1 A high school diploma, or an associate’s degree or global equivalent||Option – 2
|Experience||60 months leading projects||36 months leading projects|
|Hours of formal Project Management Education**||35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® Certification||35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® Certification|
Classroom PMP® Certification Fast Track Training program fulfills 35 hours PM Education prerequisite requirement for the PMP® Certification Exam application as determined by the PMI®
Section – 1 Introduction
Section – 2 Creating a High-Performing Team
The success of your project depends on the people involved. A key role of a project manager is to assemble and manage the project team and any additional stakeholders.
Section – 3 Starting the work
Now that you have assembled a high performing, engaged, and empowered project team, you are ready to get started with the planning of a project including budget, schedule, scope, quality, project activities, procurement, and closure
Section – 4 Doing the Work
Now that you have project plan and have determined the requirements for managing the project from initiation to closure, you are ready to execute the project.
Section – 5 Keeping the Team on Track
Now that the project team has been assembled and is doing the work of the project, you need to ensure that the team stays on track. As the project manager, you need to demonstrate the type of leadership that facilitates collaboration among the team and stakeholders, manages conflict, removes obstacles, and supports the team’s performance.
Section – 6 Keeping the Business in Mind
Keeping in a handle on the changes in both the internal and external business environments is the project manager’s responsibility. Employing a continuous process improvement plan will ensure that the project’s success can consistently repeated within your organization.
***content for this page is directly taken from the PMI® ECO and PMI® ATP Exam Prep Course Description