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Project managers who have proven skills and experience can find exciting, high-visibility opportunities in a wide range of fields. This course is specifically designed to provide you with the proven, practical body of project management knowledge and skills that you need to demonstrate project management mastery on the job. Additionally, this course can be a significant part of your preparation for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Exam. The skills and knowledge you gain in this course will help you avoid making costly mistakes and increase your competitive edge in the project management profession. 

Class is packed with exercises, practice exams, and study aids, this course is designed specifically to help participants prepare to pass the PMP® Exam. This course is unique in the range of project management resources and study aids that are provided for use in class, in the workplace, and in preparation for the PMP® Exam.

Along with access to the course, participants will receive:

  • A comprehensive PMP® Prep Fast Track- Participant Guide
  • Project manager checklist
  • Spotlight videos
  • Course exercise/activity files
  • Self-knowledge checks
  • Exam Taking Tips
  • Case Study Exercises
  • Templates
  • A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge(PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition (New edition).
  • PMI® PMP® Handbook (soft copy)
  • PMI® PMP® Examination Content Outline (soft copy)
  • 90-day unlimited online access to PMP® Practice Exams (1300+ questions)

This course is also for project managers who want to improve their daily practice by adopting the best practices that are contained in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge(PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition.

As each of the ten project management Knowledge Areas in the PMBOK® Guide are presented, participants learn professional standards (processes, inputs, tools and techniques, outputs), as well as the practical benefits of using those standards to keep cost, schedule, scope, and other critical project factors under control throughout the project life cycle.

The course is taught by seasoned project management professionals, while providing opportunities for participants to work with their peers in teams to apply project management concepts and techniques to a case study.

PMI, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMBOK and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

  • This course is designed for individuals who have on-the-job project management experience regardless of whether their formal job role is project manager, who are not certified professionals, and who might or might not have received formal project management training. 
  • Individuals  who are planning to take Project Management Professional (PMP®) exam in the immediate future
  • Program managers, project managers, and project leaders, with experience managing project teams, who wish to formalize their knowledge in alignment with the professional standards in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)– Sixth Edition

PMI, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMBOK and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

  • Course Objectives

    • Develop professionally by increasing your project management skills.
    • Apply a formalized and standards-based approach to project management.
    • Obtain the knowledge and education credits needed to apply for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.


    PMI, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMBOK and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Day 1

Module 1 - Creating A High Performing Team

  • Creating a High Performing Team
  • Define Team Ground Rules
  • Build Shared Understanding
  • Negotiate Project Agreements
  • Empower Team Members and Stakeholders
  • Ensure Team Members and Stakeholders Are Trained
  • Engage and Support Virtual Teams

Day 2

Module 2 - Keeping Your Team on Track

  • Collaborate with Stakeholders
  • Lead a Team
  • Address Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers
  • Support Team Performance
  • Manage Conflict
  • Mentor Relevant Stakeholders
  • Promote Team Performance through EQ

 Day 3

Module 3 - Getting Started With Your Project

  • Execute Project with Required Urgency
  • Manage Communications
  • Assess and Manage Risks
  • Engage Stakeholders
  • Plan and Manage Budgetary Resources
  • Plan and Manage Schedule
  • Plan and Manage Quality of Deliverables
  • Plan and Manage Scope
  • Integrate Project Planning Activities


Day 4

Module 4 - Doing the Work

  • Manage Project Changes
  • Plan and Manage Procurement
  • Create Project Artifacts
  • Determine Appropriate Project Methods and Practices
  • Establish Project Governance
  • Manage Project Issues
  • Ensure Knowledge Transfer for Continuity
  • Plan and Manage Project/Phase Closure


Day 5

Module 5 - Keeping the Business in Mind

  • Defining the Compliance
  • Evaluate and Deliver Benefits and Value
  • Evaluate Business and Environment Changes
  • Support Organizational Change
  • Continuous Process Improvemen

 PMI, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMBOK and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

About the PMP Exam and Certification

Welcome to the world of the Project Management Professional® (PMP)! At its heart, the project management standards developed by the Project Management Institute® (PMI) are relied on by organizations across the globe. The most fundamental method of demonstrating your own understanding of PMI's project management standards, is by achieving the PMP certification.

Since the early 2000s, the PMP certification has grown to become one of the most sought after and internationally recognized management credentials available, consistently ranking in the top 5 industry certifications across career surveys.

PMP Exam Facts and Updates

Below are answers to some of the most frequently received questions regarding the PMP exam.

What is the current version of the PMP exam? The current PMP exam was put into effect March 26, 2018 and reflects the A Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) - Sixth Edition.

When will the PMP exam change? The PMP exam typically changes every 18-24 months. An updated version of the PMP exam will be released on January 2, 2021 and will take the place of the current exam.

Where do I take the PMP exam? You will take your exam through Pearson VUE either online (with a live virtual proctor) or in-person at a physical test center. You must apply to take the PMP exam via and have completed the required Contact Hours (class hours) and work experience prior to qualifying.

Is The PMBOK® Guide Changing? No, the PMBOK® Guide will not change from the current exam. That said, there may be additional references used for the updated exam.

What will change with the new PMP exam? Updates to the new PMP exam will include:

  • Project Management "Domains" will be reduced from 5 to 3
  • Agile concepts will play a more dominant role in the exam than in the past
  • Predictive(or "Waterfall") approaches to project management will be reflected less

For more in-depth information, please see below


What is the cost of the PMP exam? The cost of the PMP exam is $405(USD) for PMI members* and $555(USD) for non-members. *The PMI membership cost is $139(USD)

Will the courseware and materials offered by PMTraining be updated for the new PMP exam? Yes, PMTraining will always offer updated courseware to all students prior to the release of a new exam version.

Frequent Downloads

The PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition is the definitive reference text for the current PMP exam certification. Students will use the PMBOK® Guide to refer to for all PMP Knowledge Areas and process definitions.

Upcoming PMP Exam Changes
Domain (Process Group)
Current exam
Future Exam (Starting January 2, 2021)
Domain I Initiating the project People
Domain II Planning the project Process
Domain III Executing the project Business Environment
Domain IV Monitoring and controlling the project  
Domain V Closing the project  
Misc, Spread across all Domains Professional ethics and social responsibility Professional ethics and social responsibility
Reference Text PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition,
Agile Practice Guide (expected)


More About the PMP Exam Format (All Versions)
The PMP exam is designed to objectively assess and measure project management knowledge. Concepts covered in the PMP exam are directly derived from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Guide. The PMBOK® Guide is an internationally recognized standard (IEEE Std 1490-2003) which outlines project management fundamentals; and is applicable to a wide range of industries.

  • There are 200 total multiple choice questions which make up the PMP exam
  • 25 randomly placed "pretest questions" are included, and do not count towards the pass/fail determination. These questions are not identifiable during the exam.
  • Individuals have four hours to complete the exam
  • Only correct answers count, and a passing score is determined by “sound psychometric analysis”. This scoring method indicates that scores reflect the difficulty of the questions answered. As such, PMI does not identify a precise "score" needed to pass the exam.

Exam content reflects the knowledge areas and processes based on the PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition The ten PMBOK® Knowledge Areas contain a total of 49 processes which are applied to five basic process groups. These five basic process groups, which are common across all projects, are listed below along with the percentage of questions one should expect on the PMP exam:

Additionally, our PMP practice exam content includes questions on the overall Project Management Framework and Professional Responsibility , reflecting the real PMP exam. The actual exam is offered in both a computer based testing (CBT) environment, as well as through proctored paper-based exams.

About the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification The PMP certification is managed by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and reflects the PMI's project management processes as published in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Guide. Since 1984, the PMP certification has become one of the most sought after internationally recognized management credentials available. The average salary of a PMP certified manager is 14% higher than individuals without the PMP certification.

The PMP certification is a globally recognized credential, and individuals are encouraged to remain active via PMI's Continuing Certification Requirements (CCRs). Only individuals who maintain active PMP credentials may refer to themselves as Project Management Professionals. Individuals do not need to be a member of PMI to earn a PMP credential.

The following are the minimum requirements in attaining the PMP certification:

  • 4500 hours of project-based experience for individuals with a four-year degree or global equivalent
  • 7500 hours of project-based experience for individuals without a secondary degree (high school, associates degree, or global equivalent)
  • Project Management Education: 35 contact hours of formal education
  • Ethics: Agree to PMI's Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
  • Pass the PMP Exam
  • For detailed credentialing information, click here to download PMI's PMP Credential Handbook.

The ten PMBOK® Knowledge Areas covered by the PMP exam are listed below.

  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Schedule Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Resource Management
  • Project Communications Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Procurement Management
  • Project Stakeholder Management

A complete list of all processes, grouped by Knowledge Area, is outlined at the end of this page.

PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition and the PMP Exam All PMTraining exam prep content reflects the latest PMP exam version based on the PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition The most recent version of the PMP® exam was placed into use by PMI® as of March 2018. The PMP exam is based on information contained in the latest PMBOK® Guide—Sixth Edition, which was (officially) released by PMI®.

With the current version of the PMBOK® Guide's content, a focus is placed on removing redundant information, and to add clarifying statements where needed. Significant enhancements were made to improve readability, and terminology was updated only to present them consistently in a verb-noun format.

About the Project Management Institute (PMI) The PMI was founded and incorporated in 1969 and has published a number of standards related to project management, including the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) guide. The PMI maintains two colleges: the College of Performance Management and the College of Scheduling. In addition, the PMI maintains a membership of more than 515,000 individuals, including more than 800,000 PMP-certified individuals across 175 countries. Visit the PMI Site

Complete PMBOK® Knowledge Areas and Associated Project Management Processes The list below outlines the ten Knowledge Areas of the PMBOK® - Sixth Edition (latest version), along with their associated 49 management processes. These processes are used throughout the Initiating, Planning, Executing, Controlling and Monitoring, and Closing segments of a project.

Project Integration Management

  • Develop Project Charter
  • Develop Project Management Plan
  • Direct and Manage Project Work
  • Manage Project Knowledge
  • Monitor and Control Project Work
  • Perform Integrated Change Control
  • Close Project or Phase

Project Scope Management

  • Plan Scope Management
  • Collect Requirements
  • Define Scope
  • Create WBS
  • Validate Scope
  • Control Scope

Project Schedule Management

  • Plan Schedule Management
  • Define Activities
  • Sequence Activities
  • Estimate Activity Durations
  • Develop Schedule
  • Control Schedule

Project Cost Management

  • Plan Cost Management
  • Estimate Costs
  • Determine Budget
  • Control Costs

Project Quality Management

  • Plan Quality Management
  • Manage Quality
  • Control Quality

Project Resource Management

  • Plan Resource Management
  • Estimate Activity Resources
  • Acquire Resources
  • Develop Team
  • Manage Team
  • Control Resources

Project Communications Management

  • Plan Communications
  • Manage Communications
  • Monitor Communications

Project Risk Management

  • Plan Risk Management
  • Identify Risks
  • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Plan Risk Responses
  • Implement Risk Responses
  • Monitor Risks

Project Procurement Management

  • Plan Procurement Management
  • Conduct Procurements
  • Control Procurements

Project Stakeholder Management

  • Identify Stakeholders
  • Plan Stakeholder Engagement
  • Manage Stakeholder Engagement
  • Control Stakeholder Engagement


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The Project Management Professional (PMP)® is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers.


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