Project Management Professional (PMP)


Project Management Professional designation or “PMP” is widely known  and internationally recognized professional designation offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). There are currently around 700,000 active PMP certified individuals and 274 chartered chapters across 204 countries and territories worldwide. The exam is based on the PMI Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) latest version; Fifth Edition, and requirements to sit for the exam include, a bachelor’s degree, at least 4,500 hours of experience leading and directing projects, and 35 hours of formal project management education. A candidate who passes the exam and meets the professional requirements is awarded the PMP certification.

Who should attend?

Besides above mentioned criteria, This program will be suitable for:

• Project managers who seek high degree of prociency in Project Management framework.

• Managers with desire to acquire project management skills and framework.

• Enthusiastic Individuals with desire to acquire a successful career in project management.

How will this course benefit you?

Upon completion of this carefully designed PMP program, you will acquire required skills and framework proficiency  to every project management knowledge area represented in (PMBOK) in addition to achieve the formal 35 training hours required to sit for the Exam.

Program outlines:

During this interactive course the following topics will be covered:

Day 01

• Framework & initiation
– Who’s PMI®?
– What’s the PMBOK® Guide?
– What’s a Project?
– What’s Project Management?
– Projects/Programs/Portfolios
– The Triple Constraints
– tal & Organizational Influences
– Project Stakeholders
– Project Life Cycle & Phases
– Types of organizations
– Develop Project Charter (Practical)
• Stakeholder management
– Identify Stakeholders
– Plan Stakeholder Management
– Manage Stakeholder Engagement
– Control Stakeholder Engagement

Day 02

• Scope Management
– Plan Scope Management
– Collect Requirements
– Define Scope
– Create WBS (Practical)
– Validate Scope
– Control Scope
• Communication Management
– Plan Communications Management
– Manage Communications
– Control Communications

Day 03

• Time Management
– Plan Schedule Management
– Define Activities
– Sequence Activities
– Estimate Activity Resources
– Estimate Activity Durations
– Develop Schedule (Practical)
– Control Schedule
• Quality Management
– Plan Quality Management
– Perform Quality Assurance
– Control Quality

Day 04

• Cost Management
– Plan Cost Management
– Estimate Costs (Practical)
– Determine Budget
– Control Costs
• Human resource Management
– Plan Human Resource Management (Practical)
– Acquire Project Team
– Develop Project Team
– Manage Project Team

Day 05

• Risk Management
– Plan Risk Management
– Identify Risks (Practical)
– Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
– Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
– Plan Risk Responses
– Control Risks

Day 06

• Procurement Management
– Plan Procurement Management
– Conduct Procurements
– Control Procurements
– Close Procurements
• Integration Management
– Develop Project Charter
– Develop Project Management Plan
– Direct & Manage Project Work
– Monitor & Control Project Work
– Perform Integrated Change Control
– Close Project or Phase
• Professional & Social Responsibility
– PMI Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct


Participants must meet program criteria to register for this program.

Presented by:

Tassili and PMI specialist trainers.


with a total of 36 Hours, This program’s duration is Six days, Six hours per day.


PMP program is structured around PMI methodologies and knowledge areas in addition to a combination of specially selected PMI literature and case studies.

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