This program has three sessions (the first is two days of on-site training, and fifteen days of self-study, the second session is two days of on-site training, and fifteen days of self-study and the last session is three days of training). The introduction provides the keys of project management.










Content and objetives of the seminar:


Project Managers, project leaders, Information Technology professionals and other people involved in projects from different industry areas.


Duration: 7 days (56 hours , 2+2+3).

PDUs / Contact hours: 49 PDUs or 35 PDUs

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  1. The introduction provides the keys for project management.
  2. Integration Management is focused on the importance of having project managers that work among different organizations to achieve the project success.
  3. Scope Management establishes the base to identify systematically the key products for the project. After establishing the scope, it is crucial to be sure that we will define a process to manage the change.
  4. Time Management is based on the deliverables identified in the scope definition process.
  5. Cost Management covers the project budget creation and the understanding of different mechanisms used to estimate the project cost
  6. Risk Management is a critical area that enables participants to understand what is needed for the identification of risk events, analyzing them, and explaining them the strategies to manage it.
  7. Quality Management assures that there is a plan to manage, assure, and control the project quality
  8. Procurement Management covers the essential from the decisions to make regarding procurement in a project
  9. Communication Management helps the participants to understand the communication among the project team, the customer, and the management people.
  10. Professional Responsibility figures out the behaviors and ethical aspects. This section enables the Project Managers to have more information available to make decisions.

The attendee will do some exercises that will help them to prepare the PMP exam, simulating the exam. All training will be delivered in English. Documentation will be in English language too. During the sessions, the instructor will explain the Exam application process and how to fill it in.

Material provided:

  • Dr. Kerzner Summaries (last version)
  • Simulation Software
  • Workbook with exercises for each session

Reading material: PM Network® articles.

Letter of recognition: diploma and letter of recognition of the training program attendance.

  • Assess the knowledge and concepts, techniques and procedures globally accepted
  • Covers the six domains based on the text, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2013.
  • Covers the six performance domains
  • Containing 200 multi-answer questions
  • Includes 25 questions “pre exam” that do not affect the Exam result
  • The exam takes 4 hours