Project Management Certification Training

The PMP certification is the worldwide high standard for project management professionals. Talented and certified practitioners of project management are in high demand by employers in all industries. This PMP course online is designed to teach you the full scope of project management processes, and help you pass the PMP certification exam on your first attempt.

Key features
  • 35 hours of instructor-led training
  • 29 hours of high-quality e-learning content
  • Five industry case studies and 12 scenario-based games
  • 83 end-of-chapter quizzes and 5 simulation exams
  • 100% money back guarantee
  • 35 contact hours/PDUs
Course description What are the course targets?

The PMP course is intended to make sure that you pass the PMP exam on the first attempt. Our hands-on training way, entrusted by 52,000 learners, will assist you to find out the workings of the five process groups and ten knowledge areas represented by the PMBOK Guide—Fifth Edition. We assure you’ll go away with all the preparation and confidence you need to qualify the exam and earn the PMP certification.

What abilities will you learn?
  • Modern project management tools similar to work breakdown structure, resource allocation, Gant charts, and mathematical project scheduling models, project value estimating, cost management and engineering economics.
  • Developing a full and versatile toolkit of techniques and adapting your approach to the context and constraints of projects.
  • Delivering projects based on scope, time and budget.
  • Cultivating the individual’s abilities, trust and leadership essential to fulfil project requirements.
  • Earn the required 35 PDUs to take the PMP certification exam
Who should take this course?

The PMP certification is an important professional qualification for senior project manager roles across all industries. The course is best suited for:

  • Project Managers
  • Associate/Assistant Project Managers
  • Associate/Assistant Project Managers
  • Team Leads/Team Managers
  • Project Executives/Project Engineers
  • Software Developers
  • Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager

Course Preview

Lesson 01 - Prep Introduction
  1. Lesson 01 – Introduction
  2. Objectives
  3. What are PMI® and PMP®
  4. Application Requirements for the PMP® Exam
  5. Guidelines to Fill Up the PMP® Application
  6. About the PMP® Exam
  7. PMP® Exam Syllabus
  8. About this Tutorial
  9. Conclusion
Lesson 02 - Project Management Framework
  1. Lesson 02 - Project Management Framework
  2. Objectives
  3. Project
  4. Characteristics of a Project
  5. Project Management
  6. Project Management Activities
  7. Program Management
  8. Features of Program Management
  9. Portfolio
  10. Portfolio Management
  11. Relationship between Portfolios, Programs, and Projects
  12. Project Management Office
  13. Managing the Triple Constraints
  14. Stakeholder
  15. Stakeholder Management
  16. Organization Structure
  17. Functional Organization
  18. Projectized Organization
  19. Matrix Organization
  20. Advantages and Disadvantages of Organizational Structures
  21. Project Lifecycle vs. Product Lifecycle
  22. Project Life Cycles
  23. Project Life Cycles (contd.)
  24. Scenario 1 - PM Framework
  25. Quiz
  26. Summary
  27. Conclusion
Lesson 03 - Project Management Processes
  1. Lesson 03 - Project Management Processes
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Life Cycle Vs. Project Management Process
  4. Project Management Process Groups
  5. Process Group Interactions
  6. Project Management Process Map
  7. Project Management Process Groups-Dashboard
  8. Quiz
  9. Summary
  10. Conclusion
Lesson 04 - Project Integration Managementt
  1. Lesson 04 - Project Integration Management
  2. Objectives
  3. PMP® - Project Management Process Group and Knowledge Area Mapping
  4. Project Integration Management
  5. Role of Project Manager, Team, and Sponsor
  6. Project Selection Methods
  7. Project Selection Methods (contd.)
  8. Project Integration Management Processes
  9. Reading a Process Diagram
  10. Develop Project Charter
  11. Develop Project Management Plan
  12. Develop Project Management Plan (contd.)
  13. Key Terms
  14. Direct and Manage Project Work
  15. Monitor and Control Project Work
  16. Perform Integrated Change Control
  17. Change Management Process
  18. Business Scenario Problem Statement
  19. Close Project or Phase
  20. Business Scenario Problem Statement
  21. Scenario 2 - Integration Management
  22. Scenario 3 - Integration Management
  23. Quiz
  24. Summary
  25. Conclusion
Lesson 05 - Project Scope Management
  1. Lesson 05 - Project Scope Management
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process Map
  4. Project Scope Management
  5. Project Scope Management Activities
  6. Product Scope vs. Project Scope
  7. Key Terms
  8. Work Breakdown Structure
  9. Work Breakdown Structure – Example
  10. Project Scope Management Processes
  11. Plan Scope Management
  12. Collect Requirements
  13. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  14. Group Creativity Techniques
  15. Group Decision-Making Techniques
  16. Requirements Traceability Matrix
  17. Define Scope
  18. Create WBS
  19. Validate Scope
  20. Control Scope
  21. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  22. Scenario 4 - Scope Management
  23. Scenario 5 - Scope Management
  24. Quiz
  25. Summary
  26. Conclusion
Lesson 06 - Project Time Management
  1. Lesson 06 - Project Time Management
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process Map
  4. Project Time Management
  5. Project Time Management Activities
  6. Project Schedule
  7. Gantt Chart
  8. Gantt Chart-Relationships
  9. Gantt Chart-Dependencies
  10. Network Diagram
  11. Network Diagram – Example
  12. Key Terms
  13. Project Time Management Processes
  14. Plan Schedule Management
  15. Define Activities
  16. Sequence Activities
  17. Estimate Activity Resources
  18. Estimate Activity Durations
  19. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  20. Develop Schedule
  21. Schedule Network Analysis
  22. Program Evaluation and Review Technique
  23. PERT-Example
  24. Critical Path Method
  25. Calculation of Float
  26. Calculation of Float (contd.)
  27. Critical Path-Example
  28. Schedule Compression
  29. Schedule Compression-Example
  30. Impact of Schedule Compression
  31. Other Scheduling Techniques
  32. Control Schedule
  33. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  34. Scenario 6 - Time Management
  35. Quiz
  36. Summary
  37. Conclusion
Lesson 07 - Project Cost Management
  1. Lesson 07-Project Cost Management
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process Map
  4. Project Cost Management
  5. Cost Management Plan
  6. Control Account
  7. Project Cost Management Processes
  8. Plan Cost Management
  9. Estimate Cost
  10. Determine Budget
  11. Control Costs
  12. Earned Value Management
  13. Planned Value-Example
  14. Earned Value Formulae
  15. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  16. Earned Value Management-Example
  17. Earned Value Management-Example (contd.)
  18. Key Terms
  19. Key Terms (contd.)
  20. Scenario 7 - Cost Management
  21. Scenario 8 - Cost Management
  22. Quiz
  23. Summary
  24. Conclusion
Lesson 08 - Project Quality Management
  1. Lesson 08 - Project Quality Management
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process Map
  4. Quality
  5. Quality Related Terms
  6. Optimal Level of Quality
  7. Quality Management
  8. QP vs. QA vs. QC
  9. Quality Management Concepts
  10. Cost of Quality
  11. Project Quality Management Processes
  12. Plan Quality Management
  13. Perform Quality Assurance
  14. Control Quality
  15. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  16. Seven Basic Quality Tools
  17. Six Sigma
  18. Six Sigma – Example
  19. Scenario 9 - Quality Management
  20. Scenario 10 - Quality Management
  21. Quiz
  22. Summary
  23. Conclusion
Lesson 09 - Project Human Resource Management
  1. Lesson 09 - Project Human Resource Management
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process Map
  4. Project Human Resource Management
  5. Functional Manager vs. Project Manager
  6. Project Human Resource Management Processes
  7. Plan Human Resource Management
  8. Organization Charts and Role Descriptions
  9. Responsibility Assignment Matrix
  10. Resource Histogram
  11. Acquire Project Team
  12. Develop Project Team
  13. Manage Project Team
  14. Team Dynamics
  15. Conflict Management
  16. Conflict Management (contd.)
  17. Conflict Resolution Techniques
  18. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  19. Powers of the Project Manager
  20. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  21. Organizational Theories
  22. Leadership Styles
  23. McKinsey’s 7-S Framework
  24. Scenario 11 - HR Management
  25. Scenario 12 - Human Resource Management
  26. Quiz
  27. Summary
  28. Conclusion
Lesson 10 - Project Communications Management
  1. Lesson 10 - Project Communications Management
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process Map
  4. Communication
  5. Communication Methods
  6. Communication Technology
  7. Communication Channels
  8. Basic Communication Model
  9. Project Communications Management
  10. Project Communications Management Processes
  11. Plan Communications Management
  12. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  13. Manage Communications
  14. Control Communications
  15. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  16. Scenario 13 - Communications Management
  17. Scenario 14 - Communications Management
  18. Quiz
  19. Summary
  20. Conclusion
Lesson 11 - Project Risk Management
  1. Project Risk Management
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process Map
  4. Risk
  5. Key Terms
  6. Calculation of Risk
  7. Calculation of Risk - Example
  8. Risk Categorization
  9. Decision Tree
  10. Risk Reserve
  11. Project Risk Management
  12. Business Scenario - Problem Statement
  13. Project Risk Management Processes
  14. Plan Risk Management
  15. Definition of Impact Scale – Example
  16. Identify Risks
  17. Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  18. Probability and Impact Matrix – Example
  19. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  20. Plan Risk Responses
  21. Control Risks
  22. Scenario 15 - Risk Management
  23. Scenario 16 - Risk Management
  24. Quiz
  25. Summary
  26. Conclusion
Lesson 12 - Project Procurement Management
  1. Project Procurement Management
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process Map
  4. Contract
  5. Characteristics of a Contract
  6. Centralized vs. Decentralized Contracting
  7. Types of Contract
  8. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  9. Types of Contract - Advantages and Disadvantages
  10. Key Terms
  11. Project Procurement Management
  12. Project Procurement Management Processes
  13. Plan Procurement Management
  14. Conduct Procurements
  15. Control Procurements
  16. Close Procurements
  17. Scenario 17 - Procurement Management
  18. Quiz
  19. Summary
  20. Conclusion
Lesson 13 - Project Stakeholder Management
  1. Lesson 13 - Project Stakeholder Management
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process Map
  4. Stakeholders
  5. Stakeholders (contd.)
  6. Classification Models for Stakeholder Analysis
  7. Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
  8. Stakeholder Management Skills
  9. Project Stakeholder Management Processes
  10. Identify Stakeholders
  11. Plan Stakeholder Management
  12. Manage Stakeholder Engagement
  13. Control Stakeholder Engagement
  14. Scenario 18 - Stakeholder Management
  15. Scenario 19 - Stakeholder Management
  16. Quiz
  17. Summary
  18. Conclusion
Lesson 14 - Process Group View
  1. Process Group View
  2. Objectives
  3. Project Management Process
  4. Process Group Interactions
  5. Initiating Processes
  6. Planning Processes
  7. Executing Processes
  8. Monitoring and Controlling Processes
  9. Closing Processes
  10. Important Data Flows in Project Management
  11. Quiz
  12. Summary
  13. Conclusion
Lesson 15 - Professional and Social Responsibility
  1. Lesson 15 - Professional and Social Responsibility
  2. Objectives
  3. Ensuring Individual Integrity
  4. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  5. Contributing to the PM Knowledge Base
  6. Enhancing Professional Competence
  7. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  8. Promoting Stakeholder Collaboration
  9. Business Scenario-Problem Statement
  10. Scenario 20 - Ethical Responsibility
  11. Quiz
  12. Summary
  13. Conclusion
Lesson 16 - Appendix PMP List of Knowledge and Skills
  1. Lesson 16 - Appendix PMP® List of Knowledge and Skills
  2. Objectives
  3. Knowledge and Skills – Existing
  4. Knowledge and Skills - Existing (contd.)
  5. Knowledge and Skills – New
  6. Knowledge and Skills - New (contd.)
  7. Cross-Cutting Knowledge and Skills – Existing
  8. Cross-Cutting Knowledge and Skills – New
  9. Cross-Cutting Knowledge and Skills - New (contd.)
  10. New Cross-Cutting Knowledge and Skills
Final Words
  1. Final Words
Projects
  1. Project 1 - Project to understand Scope Management
  2. Project 2 - Project to understand Time and Cost Management
  3. Project 3 - Project Selection based on Risk assessment (Automobile Industry)
  4. Project 4 - Project Selection based on Risk assessment (Software Industry)
Tips and Tricks
  1. Exam Application
  2. The Strategic Approach
  3. How to use your Tutorial Time
  4. Question Strategies
  5. Exam Strategies
  6. Pairwise Connections
  7. PMI-isms
  8. Memorization Chart
  9. Leveraging Practice Exams
  10. Review of Strategic Approach
Learning Resources
  1. Instructions
  2. Class 1
  3. Class 2
  4. Class 3
  5. Class 4
  6. Class 5
  7. Class 6
  8. Class 7
  9. Class 8
  10. Class 9
  11. Class 10

Exam & certification

What are the PMP Certification eligibility criteria?

The eligibility criteria for PMP® certification are:

  • If you’ve got a high school diploma, you are needed to have a minimum of 5 years or 60 months of project management expertise; throughout that minimum of 7,500 hours were spent leading and directing the project.
  • If you’ve got a 5 year degree, you are needed to have minimum of three years or 36 months of project management experience, throughout that minimum of 4,500 hours spent leading and directing the project.
How do I qualify the PMP® Certification Exam?

The PMP® Certification Exam is very challenging. To succeed, you must:

  • Dedicate time and energy into getting ready for the exam
  • Complete the e-learning course content before the online classroom training
  • Score at least 80% in three out of the five PMP® full-length practice tests available online at 4CLearn.com
What is the passing score for PMP® Certification exam?

Before, PMI® had announced 61% as the passing score (i.e., 106 correct answers out of a total of 175 questions). But after PMP® Certification Exam updates since 2005, the passing score for every candidate is different and is based on the difficulty level of questions being attempted by each candidate.

FAQs:

1. Why Get a PMP® Certification?

The PMP® certification greatly expands your skills and potential job opportunities. Recognized all over the world, a PMP® can help you land well-paid roles in manufacturing, finance, IT, healthcare, and other exciting industries. Certified PMP®'s additionally report high project performance and steep pay raises.

2. Do you provide assistance for the exam application process?

Yes. Participants can contact us either by phone or chat if they need any help with finishing the application form.

3. What is online classroom training?

Online classroom training for PMP Certification is conducted via online live streaming of each and every session. The sessions are conducted by a PMP certified trainers with more than 15 years of work and training experience.