Professional project management with PMP® certification

The value of a Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification, bestowed by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®, extends beyond knowledge and skills development.       

The globally recognized PMP®credential demonstrates to employers, clients and collegues that a Project manager possesses Project Management knowledge, experience and skills to bring projects to successful completion.

Duration: 5 days

Credits: 35 PDU’s (Professional Development Units) or contact hours

Goal: This course is designed to acquaint participants with all the Project Management Institute (PMI)
® processes, people, and business related skills for managing projects, in compliance with the
contents of “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), Project
Management Institute, Inc.″ (the primary source of knowledge and information to get through the
certification exam) and the “Agile Practice Guide”.

It also provides the students with additional knowledge not directly covered in the PMBOK Guide, but
required for passing the PMP® exam, e.g. Ethics and Professional Responsibility.


The Main tasks in the three key performance domains of managing a project, People, Process, and
Business Environment are analyzed according to the PMBOK Guide and the “PMP Examination
Content Outline”. Information targeted at passing the PMP® Exam is provided along the session.

The course is divided into 5 modules:

  • People Domain Part I: Creating a High-Performing Team
  • Process Domain Part I: Starting the Project
  • Process Domain Part II: Doing the Work
  • People Domain Part II: Keeping the Team on Track
  • Business Domain: Keeping the Business in Mind

PMI, PMBOK, and PMP are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Requirements for PMP® Certification

Project Management
Project Management
Bachelor’s Degree35 contact hours36 months3 years within the
past 8 years
180 questions
High School Graduate60 months6 years within the
past 8 years