PMP Exam Preparation Online
Davis&Dean’s pass rate equals 95% if
PMI exam is written within six weeks after completing CAPM Exam Preparation.
The Project Management Professional Exam Preparation (PMP ® Exam Prep) is designed to prepare students to successfully pass the Project Management Professional exam issued by the Project Management Institute (PMI ®).
This course is also designed to satisfy the 35 hours of project management education (PDU ®) required by PMI ® in order to qualify to take the exam. The PMP ® is an internationally acclaimed professional credential which will open many doors for those who obtain it.
As a proud custodian of project
The PMI’s PMBOK guide has matured over the years and is now available in its 6th edition.
On a broad scale, the PMP credential holds commercial value for all companies that embrace it, as it embodies and implies a professional attitude towards managing by
Davis&Dean presents both in-house and public skills training
The Online Davis&Dean PMP ® Exam preparation course is taken in your own time and prepares attendees to pass the exam by helping them learn and understand the following:
PMI ® Specific Terminology
The use of a common language for the science of project management has always been a challenge for
The Five Project Management Process Groups
Understand initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling and closing processes within project management.
The Ten Project Management Knowledge Areas
Learn about integration, scope, time, cost, resource, procurement, communications, quality, human resources
Inputs, tools, techniques and outputs
Understand how PMI ® defines and relates each of the 47 processes from the knowledge areas to each other.
Test preparation skills
Receive tips, tricks and help on how to apply, prepare for and take the PMP® Exam.
Participants learn PMI ® specific project management skills from certified PMP ® instructors and apply them to a simulated project that allows them to experience each process and knowledge area.
Project Management Professional – Course Outline
Introduction to the Project Management Institute (PMI)
An overview of the PMI is discussed. For complete details regarding the PMP eligibility requirements, please view the
PMP Handbook for further details. The last revision for this handbook 18 July 2014. The handbook and exam outline will be updated by PMI in time for the change over to the 6th Edition.
Davis&Dean promotes PMI membership to our delegates. PMI members enjoy a discount to take any PMI practice exam and a multitude of downloadable resources are available to members.
The PMI requirements/eligibility for sitting the PMP exam
The Project Management Institute (PMI) requires a minimum qualification of a high school diploma (Grade 12 certificate) and 7500 hours experience in leading and directing project activities / a bachelors degree and 4500 hours experience in leading and directing project activities, together with project management training to be
The PMP Exam
The PMP exam examines the project
Project Management Framework
The project management framework covers the first three chapters of the PMBOK, it also takes a look at how
Project Lifecycle and Organization
The Project Management Standard
The project management standard as published by PMI has matured over many years with contributions from the project management fraternity associated and aligned to PMI. The PMBOK Guide is in its 6th edition and as a science is not expected to deviate radically from the tried and tested. Technology supporting the science of project management however may see some radical change in time to come.
The first of the ten knowledge areas within the science of project management. Integration aligns the other knowledge areas to ensure quality planning and delivery take place. Work in the other knowledge areas, at times, is done in isolation, Integration Management ensures total integration of all project plans.
The expectation is the root of all disappointment. Scope Management ensures that realistic expectations are contracted and then ensures that all stakeholder expectations are met at the project and product level.
Develop complete and accurate schedules, including network diagrams, project calendars, and associated key performance indicators.
Why is it that human nature dictates such that costing is mostly over-inflated? We have a unique method to teach Earned Value Management!
In the eye of the beholder. The customer dictates quality. Organizational or business quality initiatives are driven by upper management, the project manager takes responsibility for project and product quality.
Resource allocation and optimal management, one of Davis&Dean’s many specialties. Time-phased planning and execution of resource plans are achieved through the optimal application of control tools including earned value management.
Communication – not waiting for somebody to finish their sentence so that one can get to speak. Structuring effective communication to stakeholder requirements, ensuring open, honest and transparent communications.
The absence of risk management makes project management the most taught and least learned subject. Learn to integrate proper risk management in day-to-day managing of projects and you will not be running from one crisis to the next.
What really makes projects succeed? People do not abandon poor
Build or buy? Manufacture on-site or transport finished goods?
Project Management Ethics
Project Management – a serious profession! We are value-driven, and also strive to do the right thing, before we focus on doing things right. Our core values: Responsibility, Respect, Fairness
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