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Project Management (PMP) Certification Prep


Develop Skills in Project Management

What You’ll Learn

Project Management introduces the critical principles and processes associated with project management and the practical application of these processes. This non-credit course prepares students to sit for the PMI PMP Exam and meets the 35-hour training requirement to sit for the PMP exam. Topics covered include explaining and applying the basic terminology, tools, and techniques generally recognized as good practices by project management professionals and well as:

1 - Examining Professional Project Management

2 - Initiating a Project

3 - Planning Project Work

4 - Developing Project Schedules

5 - Developing Cost Estimates and Budgets

6 - Planning Project Quality, Staffing, and Communications

7 - Analyzing Risks and Planning Risk Responses

8 - Planning Project Procurement

Career Options

Project Management is a highly sought-after skill in all industries and occupations.

Class Details

Topical areas of study include: •Project Management Concepts •Project Life Cycles, Phases, and Process Groups •Project Benefits and Value •Compliance •Change Management •External Business Environment Changes •Project Manager Role •Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, and Adjourning roles of a project cycle •Governance •Project artifacts •Project methodology and knowledge areas •Agile and Hybrid Project Methodologies •Data Gathering •Project Integration •Scope •Schedule •Costs and Budget •Resources •Procurement •Quality •Risk •Stakeholder Engagement •Communication •Project Completion

Upcoming Classes

Class Location

Class Dates
  • May 6, 2024 – May 10, 2024 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

100% Online, Instructor-Led
Contact: Ester Sellers,

Costs may vary by location given differences in the cost of supplies and class provider.