Pmp certification exam training

Pmp certification exam training

ProICT's PMP® Exam Preparation Training is designed to help you clear PMP Exam in 1st attempt with 5 mock tests (more than 1000 PMP Mock Questions) and in-depth overview of PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition. 

Why this course ?

  • Project Management Professional is rated as the most valued Certification - Global Knowledge Study
  • There are more than 685,000 Project Management Professionals (PMP's) worlwide - PMI
  • Average salary of Project Management professional is $116k -


GoalIn this module, you will learn the basic terms and skills that are applied in a Project Environment (PMI®, PMP®, PMBOK® Guide, Project, Program and Portfolio, PMO, Project Life Cycle, Stakeholders, Process Groups, Project Business Documents, Tailoring & Project Success Measures)


At the end of this module, you should be able to: 

• Learn the basic terms and skills that are required to be applied in a Project Environment

• Plan a raw timeline for PMP Certification

• Understand the concept of Tailoring and apply the same 

• Focus on Project benefits in addition to the traditional focus on Project outputs.


• Projects & importance of Project Management

• Relationship of Project, Program, Portfolio & Operations Management

• Key components - Project and Development Lifecycles, Project Phase & Phase Gate, Project Management Processes, Process Groups, Project Management Data & Information

• Tailoring

• Project Management Business Documents - Project Business Case, Project Benefits Management Plan, Project Charter & Project Management Plan, Project Success Measures

Goal: In this module, you will learn about internal and external factors that influence the Project such as Project Life Cycle, Project Phases, Organization Structures, Process Assets, and Enterprise Environmental Factors

Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to:

• Analyse how various factors influence a Project Environment, such as Organization Structures, other Internal and External Factors

• Identify how organizational systems work for a project

• Recognize the responsibilities of PMO


• Organizational influences

• Organizational systems

• Project management office

Goal: In this module, you will learn about Project Manager role, Skills and Competencies, Sphere of Influence, and the Project Manager’s role as a Project Integrator

Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to:

  • Apply required skills and develop further abilities to become a more effective Project Manager


  • Project Manager's Sphere of Influence
  • Project Manager's Competencies
  • Integration by the Project Manager

Goal: In this module, you will learn how to manage a project as an integrated whole. This involves creating a project charter, performing detailed project planning and obtaining plan sign-offs, executing, monitoring and controlling the project, reviewing change requests and closing the project. You will learn several associated techniques. You will also learn about concepts, details, and techniques related to knowledge management. 

Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to:

• Apply best practices to initiate, plan, execute, monitor/control and close a Project

• Integrate various areas of a Project

• Manage knowledge in a Project


• Overview of 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

Goal: PMBOK® defines Project Scope as the “The work that needs to be accomplished to deliver a product, service, or result with the specified features and functions.” Learn the key concepts and techniques to plan for and define project requirements and scope, how to break down project work into smaller components, how to control scope changes and learn about the process of signing off project outputs after their delivery. 


At the end of this module, you should be able to:

• Plan and Manage Project Scope

• Apply Techniques to gather Project Requirements, convert that into Scope and create a Work Breakdown Structure

• Verify and control Project Scope


• Plan Scope Management

• Collect Requirements 

• Define Scope

• Create Work Breakdown Structure

• Validate Scope

• Control Scope

Goal: Schedule Management is the process of developing, maintaining and communicating schedules for Time and Resource in Project Management. This module emphasizes the importance of delivering the Project on time. You will learn how to plan and estimate a project’s schedule, how to monitor and control it. Several related techniques are covered in-depth.


At the end of this module, you should be able to:

• Plan how to Schedule a Project

• Apply various Steps and Techniques to derive and control a Project’s Schedule


• Plan Schedule Management

• Define Activities

• Sequence Activities 

• Estimate Activity Durations

• Develop Schedule

• Control Schedule

Goal: Cost Management Plan focuses on Planning and estimating Cost and budget for the Project, and Controlling Cost. In this module, you will also learn about earned value management or analysis.


At the end of this module, you should be able to:

• Create Project Estimates for Cost and Budget

• Plan overall Project Cost Management

• Control Cost

• Calculate Earned Value of a Project at a given point in time

• Forecast expected Project Cost and Schedule based on trend


• Plan Cost Management

• Estimate Costs

• Determine Budget

• Control Costs

Goal: Quality Management involves Quality Planning, Quality Assurance, and Quality Control. In this module, you will learn about the key Concepts, basics of well-known quality standards and several related Tools & Techniques related to Quality Management.


At the end of this module, you should be able to:

• Integrate and Plan Quality into a Project

• Differentiate between Quality Control, Quality Management, and Quality Assurance, and apply associated best practices


• Plan Quality Management

• Manage Quality

• Control Quality


Goal: Resource Management planning deals with identifying and documenting Project Roles, Responsibilities, and Reporting Relationships as well as creating a Staffing Management Plan. Apart from this, you will also learn to estimate resources, onboard project team members, develop, manage and control them. This includes tracking Team and Individual performances.  Also learn about methods to motivate, build and lead build high-performance teams.


At the end of this module, you should be able to 

• Plan Human and Material Resources for a Project in relation to Project Schedule and Cost

• Source and Manage Project Team and other resources

• Develop and Track Project Team Performance


• Plan Resource Management

• Estimate Activity Resources 

• Acquire Resources

• Develop Team 

• Manage Team

• Control Resources

Goal: Communicating on Projects require determining the Information and Communication needs of the Stakeholders. Stakeholders an indispensable part of any Project. Learn about Communications Planning, managing communications, Performance Reporting and monitoring communications as part of this module.


At the end of this module, you should be able to 

• Plan Project Communications based on Stakeholder needs

• Tailor and apply appropriate methods, tools, and techniques for effective and efficient Project Communications

• Optimize Communications based on changing needs



• Plan Communications Management

• Manage Communications

• Monitor Communications


Goal: Risk Management is all about anticipating Risks and having a proper plan in place that will help resolve the Risk when it occurs. Proper Risk Management also helps in reducing unnecessary stress, prevents many issues from occurring during Project Execution. In this module, learn about Risk Management Planning, techniques to identify, analyze and monitor risks, and how to plan risk responses and implement them.
At the end of this module, you should be able to 
• Plan Risk Management for a Project
• Identify and analyze Risks in a Project
• Prioritize and Plan appropriate strategies and responses for various Risks
• Perform ongoing Risk Management and Control
• Plan Risk Management
• Identify Risks
• Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
• Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
• Plan Risk Responses
• Implement Risk Responses
• Monitor Risks  


Goal: A formal process to obtain goods or services from external suppliers is known as Procurement. Learn about the procurement process, relevant documents and contracts, and details about planning, managing and controlling sellers. 



At the end of this module, you should be able to 

• Apply fair practices relevant to Procurement aspects in a Project where applicable

• Review Contract Performance, Manage Contract Changes, and Closure



•  Plan Procurement Management

•  Conduct Procurements

•  Control Procurements


Goal: Stakeholders are individuals who get impacted by the Project. Stakeholder Management involves identification of Stakeholders, analysis of their requirements, developing appropriate processes and communication channels to work with Stakeholders. In this module, learn about concepts and techniques related to identifying stakeholders, planning, managing, and monitoring stakeholder engagements.



At the end of this module, you should be able to 

• Identify various Stakeholders in a Project

• Plan how to effectively engage and continuously manage the Stakeholders during the Project



• Identify Stakeholders

• Plan Stakeholder Engagement

• Manage Stakeholder Engagement

• Monitor Stakeholder Engagement


Project Management Professional (PMP)® is a global credential offered by PMI Inc. PMP® Certification is a globally recognized, rigorous, education and/or professional experience, and examination-based credential program. It helps one understand the global language of Project Management and connect with Project Management Professionals. PMP certified professionals earn a higher salary than those not certified.

Online PMP® exam prep course is designed to help aspiring professionals earn PMP® certification in the first attempt. The goal of this course is to empower the current and future Project Managers to manage the project more efficiently and effectively throughout the Project Management Life Cycle.

This course is taught by PMP Certified Trainers, who have years of experience in training. These instructors have been practicing Project and Program Management with some of the top organizations across industries. They leverage their rich, hands-on industry experience to help participants understand the practical application of all the 10 knowledge areas covered in ‘The PMBOK® Guide’ (A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge) – Sixth Edition.

ProICT Training’s PMP certification exam training course objectives are:

  • Gain knowledge about Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI)® best practices and standards of Project Management
  • Obtain 35 contact hours upon completion of this course, which is required to take the exam
  • Prepare further to succeed in the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam
  • Understand where projects fit within an Organization and its strategy
  • Focus on project benefits in addition to the traditional focus on project outputs
  • Recognize and recall formal Project Management terms and practices used in the industry globally
  • Apply formal tools and techniques to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control & close a project
  • Apply knowledge management techniques in a project
  • Understand the internal and external factors that influence the projects such as organization structures, process assets, and enterprise environmental factors
  • Understand Project Manager’s skills and competencies
  • Analyse and integrate various areas of project management like scope, schedule, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk, procurement & stakeholders
  • Apply the concepts and processes of Project Integration Management
  • Gain the ability to apply Agile considerations in real projects, in all the project knowledge areas

PMI & PMP are registered marks of Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMP® Certification is useful for anyone who has Project Management experience and desires a globally recognized credential that will lead to professional career growth and recognition.

This online virtual training will provide you the required 35 Contact Hours of Formal Project Management Education
  • Project Management Experience (either of the below)
  • A four-year degree (bachelor's or the global equivalent) and minimum 4,500 hours of experience leading and directing projects
  • A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) and minimum 7,500 hours of experience leading and directing projects
  • The eligibility requirements for PMP® certification are:
    Education Project Management Experience Project Management Education
    Nongraduates 5 years/7500 hours 35 hours
    Graduates 3 years/4500 hours 35 hours

    PMI, PMBOK, PMP, PgMP, CAPM, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
  • The PMP® certification exam fees for PMI® members and nonmembers are:

    PMP® Certification Exam fee with PMI® Membership $405
    PMP® Certification Exam fee without PMI® Membership $555
    PMI® Membership fee $139
    PMI® Membership renewal fee $129 per year
    Reexamination fee for PMI® members $275
    Reexamination fee for non-members $375

    Enroll as a member at PMI® and you’ll save US$150 on the examination fees. With the PMI® membership, you can also access commercially available books on project management and download a free copy of the PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition, which is essential preparatory material for the PMP® Certification Exam. Registered PMI® members also get free access to Practice Exams.

  • How do I pass the PMP® Certification Exam?

    The PMP® Certification Exam is very challenging. To succeed, you must:
    • Dedicate your time and effort into preparing for the exam
    • Complete the e-learning course content before the online classroom training
    • Score at least 80% in one out of the seven PMP® full-length practice tests available online at
  • What is the passing score for PMP® Certification exam?

    In the past, PMI® had published 61% of 200 questions as the passing score. But now, PMI does not disclose the exact passing score or percentage anymore. After the PMP® Certification Exam update, the passing score is different for every candidate and is based on the difficulty level of questions being attempted by each candidate.
  • How do I fill out and submit the PMI® Application form online?

    Before you begin, make sure that you meet all certification eligibility requirements and enter the necessary information on the application. Once you start filling out the application form, it cannot be canceled, but you can save the unfinished form and come back and complete or edit information as required. The application will remain open for 90 days, during which PMI® will send you an email reminder to complete the application.
    Please ensure that the application includes your valid, unique email address, as this will be the primary mode of communication from PMI® throughout the certification process. PMI® will send email reminders during the process, but you must schedule and attend the examination within the one-year eligibility period.
  • Can I send my PMP® Certification Exam application by postal mail or fax service?

    No. PMI® encourages you to apply for the exam online using PMI® Online Certification System.
    How long does PMI® take to process and approve an application?
    Once you have submitted the form online, PMI® will take up to 5 calendar days to process and approve the form. However, these timelines may vary if your application has been selected for PMI®’s audit process.
  • What does PMI® expect from a candidate who is being audited?

    If your application form is selected for an audit, PMI® will request you to provide various documents, such as:
    • Copies of your diploma or global equivalent 
    • Signatures from your supervisor(s) or manager(s) from the project(s) recorded in the experience verification section on the application
    • Copies of certificates and/or letters from the training institute(s) for each course recorded on the application to meet the required contact hours of project management education.
  • Who can sign copies of my project experience documents?

    Any verifying manager or supervisor can sign the Experience Verification Form and Experience PDF attachment.
  • What is the best way to send the audit documents to PMI®?

    You can send your completed audit forms to the PMI®'s official address by regular postal mail or express courier service. The PMI® does not accept faxed or emailed audit documents. Participants should send all documents in one envelope to expedite the processing time.
  • How much time do I have to submit documents?

    Once requested, you have up to 90 days to submit all necessary documentation.
  • What happens if I fail to meet the audit requirements for the PMP® Exam?

    In the event of a failed audit, the certification fee (minus a processing fee) will be refunded. The Certification Department will take further action on a case-by-case basis. If you fail the PMP® application audit, the PMI® will deduct $100 from your application fee, and you will receive a refund of the remaining fees paid.
  • When do I pay the fees – before the audit or after the audit?

    You must pay the fee when you submit your application form, which is before the audit.
  • What is the PMP® Exam Fee Refund Policy?

    To claim a refund for the PMP® certification, you must place a request with PMI® at least 30 days before the exam eligibility expiry date. PMI® will retain a processing fee of US$100 if you have not scheduled or taken the examination.
  • How many attempts do I have to pass the PMP® exam?

    The PMI® allows a candidate to attempt the exam up to three times in one calendar year. Focused training programs will help give you the knowledge and experience to prepare for and pass the exam.
  • How long does it take to get a project management certification?

    It takes four to six weeks to receive the certificate after passing the exam.
  • What is the ProICT certificate?

    A certificate provided by ProICT acts as proof to claim the 35 PDUs(Professional development units). The certificate testifies that you have completed 35 contact hours and hence eligible to receive the 35 PDUs.
  • How long is the PMP® Certification valid?

    The validity of a PMP® Certification is three years.
  • How many PDUs do I need to maintain PMP®?

    You need to gain 60 professional development units (PDUs) every three years.
  • What do I need to do to unlock my ProICT certificate?

    Online Classroom:
    • Attend one complete batch.
    • Complete one simulation test with a minimum score of 60%.
    Online Self learning:
    • Complete 85% of the course.
    • Complete one simulation test with a minimum score of 60%



How soon after Signing up would I get access to the Learning Content?
As soon as you enroll in the course, your LMS (The Learning Management System) access will be functional. You will immediately get access to our course content in the form of a complete set of Videos, PPTs, PDFs, and Assignments. You can start learning right away.

What are the payment options?
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