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The course covers strategies, concepts, definitions, and practices whose understanding is required to pass PMI’s Certified Associates in Project Management (CAPM) examination. It provides an in-depth coverage of project management knowledge, processes, tools and techniques through lecture, small group case studies and discussions. Some individuals may need to obtain the CAPM certification as a final step in their career and certification process, while others see it as a logical stepping-stone to the PMP. The CAPM is intended for those who provide project management support services, but who have less or no project management experience.
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® certification is a significant entry-level certification for project practitioners by Project Management Institute (PMI)®. Only after qualifying in the CAPM® certification exam that is based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide—Fifth Edition), participants are provided with CAPM Certification
CAPM® certification benefits:
The content of this course is aligned with A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition. Highlights include:
CAPM® Exam Preparation Course – Learning Outcomes:
Project Management Integration
Develop Project Charter, Develop Project Management Plan, Direct and Manage Project Execution, Monitor and Control Project Work, Perform Integrated Change Control and, Close Project or Phase.
Project Scope Management
Collect Requirements, Define Scope, Create WBS, Verify Scope and, Control Scope
Project Time Management
Define Activities, Sequence Activities, Estimate Activity Resources, Estimate Activity Durations, Develop Schedule and, Control Schedule
Project Cost Management
Estimate Costs, Determine Budget and Control Costs
Project Quality Management
Plan Quality, Perform Quality Assurance and, Perform Quality Control
Project Human Resource Management
Develop Human Resource Plan, Acquire Project Team, Develop Project Team and, Manage Project Team
Project Communications Management
Identify Stakeholders, Plan communications, Distribute Information, Manage Stakeholder Expectations and, Report Performance
Project Risk Management
Plan Risk Management, Identify Risks, Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis, Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis, Plan Risk Responses and, Monitor and Control Risks
Project Procurement Management
Plan Procurements, Conduct Procurements, Administer Procurements and, Close Procurements
Project Stakeholder Management
Identify Stakeholders, Plan Stakeholder Management, Manage Stakeholder Engagement and, Control Stakeholder Engagement
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If you are less experienced in managing projects and looking to demonstrate your commitment to project management, improve your ability to manage larger projects and earn additional responsibility and stand out to potential employers, the CAPM certification is right for you.
To apply for the CAPM, you need to have:
A secondary degree (high school diploma or the global equivalent)
At least 1,500 hours of project experience
23 hours of project management education by the time you sit for the exam
As a CAPM certification holder, you do not need to earn PDUs. Instead, you take a re-exam before the end of your five-year certification cycle.
PMBOK® Guide or Project Management Body of Knowledge is a collection of processes and knowledge areas that are accepted as best practices for Project Management across the world. This is essentially the sum of knowledge within the discipline of Project Management as maintained by PMI. The current version of the PMBOK® Guide is the PMBOK® Guide - Fifth Edition.
You can check out the PMI official site at www.pmi.org for information related to the CAPM credential. You can also check out the CAPM Handbook at this link for more informati
Once you are eligible, PMI will e-mail you examination scheduling instructions with your eligibility code which you will need when scheduling your exam. You can schedule your exam appointment online or by telephone. Full details can be found in the certification handbook and within the examination scheduling instructions.
All PMI computer-based exams are offered at all Prometric Testing Centers worldwide. You can check for locations on Prometric's website but you will need to have submitted your certification fees and received your examination scheduling instructions in order to schedule an exam appointment.
Certification exams consist of multiple-choice questions. The amount of questions on each exam varies and the amount of time you are allotted to complete the exam also varies on the certifications for which you are testing. Please consult the certification web pages and certification handbooks for details.
Not immediately. The PMI-PBA exam is currently available only in English. Translations will be considered at a future date.
If you fail the exam on your first attempt, you can re-take it two more times within your one-year eligibility period. Fees are associated with re-examination. Details for re-examination can be found in the certification handbook.
Your application is valid for one (1) year from the date of approval. If you allow your eligibility to lapse, you must re-apply.
At the end of your course, you will work on a real time Project. You will receive a Problem Statement along with a dataset to work. Once you are successfully through with the project (reviewed by an expert), you will be awarded a certificate with a performance based grading. If your project is not approved in 1st attempt, you can take additional assistance to understand the concepts better and reattempt the Project free of cost.