In today’s competitive work environment more and more companies expect a project management certification from their project managers. Globally recognized as the number one standard in proficiency and skills in Project Management, PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification confirms that the holder has proven experience, knowledge and management potential in effective project management. It is the most sought-after qualification for project managers worldwide.
Our PMP® certification preparation is the only course really combining theory with practice, thus intensely preparing delegates for their PMP® examination. This is ascertained by consolidating the theoretical input (repetition units, sample questions etc.) through experiential learning, in form of a project simulation, named Swiss Island®.
The instructor is Rüdiger Geist (PMP #240 393). He sat at the PMI Switzerland board of directors for four years, responsible for education and certification, and was part of the German Translation Verification Committee for the PMBOK®.
Course Level: Advanced Instructor: Rüdiger Geist
Designed for you, if you are...
An experienced project manager responsible for all aspects of project delivery, leading and directing cross-functional teams
A project management professional planning on taking the PMP® Exam
How we build your confidence
The lessons provide a mixture of visual, auditory and tactile/haptic learning methods
Thereby the individual learning style of each delegate is addressed and long term memory is improved
Participants will have the opportunity to practice with hundreds of example questions and discuss them with the instructor
The learning will be strengthened by a project simulation, where all relevant topics can be experienced
The PMBOK® Guide
Informative course manual
More than 900 example questions
Glossary related learning exercises
Important formulas to know
The benefits from attending
This course is designed as a preparation for the PMP® examination and shall close your knowledge gaps.
In addition possible ambiguity and uncertainness related to a successful certification are eliminated.
The requirements for examination accreditation are fulfilled with the attendance of the course (35 hours of project management education).
Introduction - Assessment of participants‘ experience (prerequisites to attend the examination) - Introduction to the examination, application procedure, type of questions etc.
Knowledge areas - Professional responsibility and social conduct - Project management framework (Introduction, Environment, Role) - Integration management - Scope management - Time management - Cost management - Quality management - Human resource management - Communication management - Risk management - Procurement management - Stakeholder management