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Every organisation needs management to get best results from project execution. There is a need of project management body that can provide well-defined knowledge. Project Management Institute (PMI®) is the world’s primary project management body that defined knowledge areas and process groups for efficient project management.

Pearce Mayfield provides PMI's CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management) course that imparts knowledge of phases of a project. Our instructors train delegates with the skills about knowledge areas and process groups.

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    Key learning points and tutor support

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    Expertise with Certified and Expert Instructors

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    Project management skills

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    Understanding of knowledge areas and process groups of project management

This CAPM® course does not have any prerequisite but to sit for the exam, secondary degree or equivalent is must. The 1500 hours experience is recommended for sitting in the exam.

  • The delegates who want to be project managers should attend this course.
  • The candidates who wish to clear the CAPM® examination should take this course.
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Key Learning Points

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Courseware

The delegates will learn about the following:

  • Differentiate between Project And Operational Work
  • Define how to start a new project
  • Detailed plan of a project which covers scope, time and cost baselines
  • Requirement Of Quality Planning, Assurance And Control
  • Classify, Analyse And Manage Project Threats
  • Control methods to handle a project
  • Interpersonal skills which are required for managing communication

Course Overview

Our CAPM certification is an entry-level certification for those who wish to build their career in project management. The CAPM certification validates competency in basic knowledge, processes and methods of project management.

The candidates who are wishful to gain project management skills should attend this course. After attending PMP Training, the delegates will get following benefits:

  • How to initiate a project?
  • Planning of a project
  • Managing project
  • Inspecting activity costs
  • Quality assurance

Exam

The duration of CAPM® exam is 3 hours. It is a closed book exam. The number of questions are 150. For maintaining CAPM® certification, the exam should be given every five years. The delegates can appear for recertification after four years of their certification.

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Course Content

  • An Overview of Project Management and Processes
    • The Terminology, Process Groups and Knowledge Areas of Project Management
    • Difference between Process Groups and Knowledge Areas
    • Recognition of tools and techniques
  • An Introduction to Project Management and Integration
    • An overview of Project Integration and Management
    • Summary of Six Processes
    • Components of Project Management Planning
    • Purpose and Procedures of the Project Change Management
  • Managing scope of projects
    • An Overview of Project Scope Management and its processes
    • ITTO’s of Six Processes
    • The Objectives and components of Work Breakdown Structure
    • Aim of specification requirement document
  • Summary of Project Time Management
    • What is Project Time Management?
    • Define seven processes of time management
    • Seven Processes ITTO’s
    • Estimating Activities
    • Purposes and Techniques of Sequencing Activities
    • Using network diagrams to classify Critical Path Activities
  • Managing Project Cost
    • Project Time Management and The Four Processes
    • The ITTO’s of Four Processes
    • Understand The Concept of Earned Value Management (EVM)
  • Management of Project Quality
    • An Overview of Project Quality Management and The Three Processes
    • The ITTO’s Associated with these Three Processes
    • Defining Quality Tools
    • Implementing quality tools to Identify Issues, Root Causes, Trends, and/or Problems

 

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Project Management

Process Groups:

Project management involves five processes. There are following process groups:

1. Initiation: This is the first step of process groups. It defines the nature and scope. All the faults or weaknesses are stated previously so that these can be fixed. This stage includes the following areas:

  • Examining the needs of businesses
  • Determining objectives of the business
  • Analysis of financial costs
  • Investigating stakeholders
  • SWOT analysis for recognising powers and threats to businesses

2. Planning: This phase undergoes planning of time, cost and resources adequately to examine work requirements and to discuss risks during project execution. It includes:

  • Strategies for how to plan
  • Management of scope
  • Selecting team planning
  • Defining work breakdown structure
  • Identifying methods for delivering deliverables
  • Estimation of resources requests
  • Planning of risks
  • Formation of methods of quality assurance
  • Taking approval to start work

3. Production or execution: While implementation of a project, the terms are planned. This phase guarantees that deliverables are implemented. It includes distribution, organisation and coordination of human resources.

4. Monitoring and controlling: This phase includes processes to detect the potential problems. Then corrective actions are taken to control project execution. The project managers not only manage the teams but also cultivate the teams. The cultivation procedure is done by team building exercises.

This phase includes:

  • Examining project actions
  • Handling project variables for project planning and performance baseline

5. Closing: Closing phase involves the formal ending of the project. The administration includes the formal receipt of the project and the ending thereof. Administrative actions include the archiving of files and record. In this stage, the managers should formally close the project by archiving records and closing records. The teams are made relaxed. All the information should be centrally collected for future use of projects.

 

CAPM® Certification Training Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days Reading
27-11-2017 £2195.00
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days Aberdeen
27-11-2017 £2195.00
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days London
04-12-2017 £1785.00
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days Belfast
04-12-2017 £2195.00
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days Edinburgh
04-12-2017 £2195.00
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days Birmingham
11-12-2017 £1895.00
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days Glasgow
11-12-2017 £2195.00
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days Maidstone
11-12-2017 £2495.00
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days Cambridge
11-12-2017 £2195.00
CAPM® Certification Training 3 Days Watford
11-12-2017 £2495.00