PMP Certification Exam Prep Course 35 PDU Contact HoursPDU

Get your PMP Certification with this course. Fully updated for the 2022 PMP Exam
PMP Certification Exam Prep Course 35 PDU Contact HoursPDU
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PMP Certification Exam Prep Course 35 PDU Contact HoursPDU

What you’ll learn

PMBOK Guide 7th Edition, PMBOK Guide 6th Edition, Agile Practice Guide
35 Hours of project management education/training
Students will learn to pass the PMP Certification Exam on the first try.
All 49 PMBOK processes will be covered in depth
All EVM, communication, and estimating formulas
Exam tips and tricks
Introduction to agile project management
400+ Exam Like Questions

PMP Certification Exam Prep Course 35 PDU Contact HoursPDU

Requirements

No requirements.

Description

This course has been fully updated for the 2022 PMP exam and is now over 35 hours of content with 440+ videos. Covers PMBOK Guide 7th Edition, PMBOK Guide 6th Edition, Agile Practice Guide, and more.  Passing the PMP certification exam is a must for any individual looking to move up the corporate ladder in any company. This course will cover all the topics needed to pass your PMP exam on the first try. This course includes coverage of traditional, Agile and hybrid projects. This course is taught by Instructor and PMP author Andrew Ramdayal. Andrew has over 60 certifications and has authored a few bestselling books for the PMP exam. Andrew has taught this course to thousands of students around the world both in the classroom and online. This course will include the following:35 hours of project management education needed to take your PMP exam.Based on the 2021 PMP Examination Content Outline38+ Hours of expert instruction from a certified PMP Instructor and one of Amazon best selling authors for the PMP exam books.420+ Videos400+ realistic exam questionsCourse Slides and PDF’s with all the processes and formulas Expert instructions with filling out the PMP applicationFull-length mock examEvery year we help thousands to pass their PMP certification exam and we can help you also. This course is presented by TIA Education Group and taught by instructor Andrew Ramdayal.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 About Me

Section 2: Exam Details

Lecture 2 PMP Process

Lecture 3 PMP Requirements

Lecture 4 PMP Exam

Lecture 5 PMP Questions

Lecture 6 Taking the PMP Exam

Lecture 7 My PMP Exam Simulator

Lecture 8 Examination Content Outline

Lecture 9 Secrets to Passing Your PMP

Lecture 10 Maintaining the PMP

Lecture 11 Materials used to create this course

Section 3: Course Information and Exam Info

Lecture 12 Course Intro

Lecture 13 Using Udemy

Lecture 14 Certificate of Completion

Lecture 15 PMP Application

Lecture 16 Layout of this class

Lecture 17 How to study

Section 4: Project Manage Terms

Lecture 18 What is a project?

Lecture 19 Project Management

Lecture 20 Value of a project

Lecture 21 Operations Management

Lecture 22 Portfolio Management

Lecture 23 Phases and Deliverables

Lecture 24 Program Management

Lecture 25 Project Life Cycle

Lecture 26 Project Governance

Lecture 27 Stakeholders

Lecture 28 Project Roles

Lecture 29 PMO

Lecture 30 Organization Structures

Lecture 31 Process Groups and knowledge areas

Lecture 32 Constraints

Lecture 33 Process

Section 5: Project Management Principles

Lecture 34 Introduction to PM Principles

Lecture 35 PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

Lecture 36 The 12 Principles of project management

Lecture 37 Stewardship

Lecture 38 Team

Lecture 39 Stakeholders

Lecture 40 Value

Lecture 41 Systems Thinking

Lecture 42 Leadership

Lecture 43 Tailoring

Lecture 44 Quality

Lecture 45 Complexity

Lecture 46 Risk

Lecture 47 Adaptability and Resiliency

Lecture 48 Change

Section 6: Project Management Domains

Lecture 49 Project Performance Domains intro

Lecture 50 Stakeholder Performance Domain

Lecture 51 Team Performance Domain

Lecture 52 Development Approach Life Cycle Performance Domain

Lecture 53 Planning performance domain

Lecture 54 Work performance domain

Lecture 55 Delivery Performance Domain

Lecture 56 Measurement Performance Domain

Lecture 57 Uncertainty Performance Domain

Section 7: Common Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs

Lecture 58 PMBOK 6th Edition Intro Section

Lecture 59 Introduction

Lecture 60 Enterprise Environmental Factors

Lecture 61 Organizational Process Assets

Lecture 62 Project Documents

Lecture 63 Project Management Plan

Lecture 64 Expert Judgement

Lecture 65 Data Gathering

Lecture 66 Data Analysis

Lecture 67 Data Representation and Decision Making

Lecture 68 Interpersonal and Team Skills and Meeting

Lecture 69 Project Management Information System

Lecture 70 Change Request

Lecture 71 Work Performance Data, Info, and Reports

Lecture 72 Updates

Lecture 73 Conclusion

Section 8: Process Groups

Lecture 74 Process Groups and Knowledge Areas

Lecture 75 Process Groups Define

Lecture 76 Process Group Flow

Lecture 77 Initiating

Lecture 78 Planning

Lecture 79 Executing

Lecture 80 Monitoring and Controlling

Lecture 81 Closing

Section 9: Role of the PM

Lecture 82 Role of PM Introduction

Lecture 83 PMI Talent Triangle

Lecture 84 Strategic and Business Management

Lecture 85 Leadership

Lecture 86 Leadership styles

Lecture 87 Integration

Section 10: Integration Management

Lecture 88 Integration Management Introduction

Lecture 89 Integration Management Processes

Lecture 90 Develop Project Charter Intro and ITTO

Lecture 91 Develop Project Charter Inputs

Lecture 92 Project Selection Methods

Lecture 93 Develop Project Charter Tools

Lecture 94 Develop Project Charter outputs

Lecture 95 Develop Project Management Plan ITTO and Inputs

Lecture 96 Develop Project Management Plan Tools

Lecture 97 Develop Project Management Plan Output

Lecture 98 Direct and Manage Project Work ITTO

Lecture 99 Direct and Manage Project Work Input and Tools

Lecture 100 Direct and Manage Project Work Output

Lecture 101 Manage Project Knowledge

Lecture 102 Manage Project Knowledge Inputs, Tools, and Output

Lecture 103 Monitor and Control Project Work

Lecture 104 Monitor and Control Project Work Input, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 105 Perform Integrated Change Control

Lecture 106 Change Control Process

Lecture 107 Change Models

Lecture 108 Perform Integrated Change Control Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 109 Close Project or Phase

Lecture 110 Close Project or Phase Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Section 11: Scope Management

Lecture 111 Project Scope Introduction

Lecture 112 Knowledge Areas and Process Groups tips

Lecture 113 Plan Scope Management

Lecture 114 Plan Scope Management Output

Lecture 115 Collect Requirements

Lecture 116 Collect Requirements Inputs

Lecture 117 Collect Requirements Tools

Lecture 118 Collect Requirements Outputs

Lecture 119 Define Scope

Lecture 120 Define Scope Inputs, Tools, and Output

Lecture 121 Create WBS

Lecture 122 Create WBS Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 123 WBS

Lecture 124 Validate Scope

Lecture 125 Validate Scope Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 126 Control Scope

Lecture 127 Control Scope Input, Tools, and Outputs

Section 12: Schedule Management

Lecture 128 Schedule Management Introduction

Lecture 129 Plan Schedule Management

Lecture 130 Define Activities

Lecture 131 Define Activities Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 132 Sequence Activities

Lecture 133 Sequence Activities Inputs, tools, and Outputs

Lecture 134 Estimate Activity Duration

Lecture 135 Estimate Activity Durations Inputs, Tools and Outputs

Lecture 136 Develop Schedule

Lecture 137 Develop Schedule Inputs and Tools

Lecture 138 Develop Schedule Outputs

Lecture 139 Control Schedule

Lecture 140 Control Schedule Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 141 Critical Path Method

Lecture 142 Calculate Critical Path

Lecture 143 Calculate float or slack

Lecture 144 Forward Pass

Lecture 145 Backward Pass

Lecture 146 Free Float

Lecture 147 CPM Practice 1

Lecture 148 CPM Practice 2

Lecture 149 CPM Practice 2 Answer

Lecture 150 3-Point Estimate

Lecture 151 PERT Examples

Lecture 152 PERT Examples Answer

Section 13: Cost Management

Lecture 153 Cost Management Introduction

Lecture 154 Plan Cost Management

Lecture 155 Estimate Costs

Lecture 156 Estimate Cost Inputs and Tools

Lecture 157 Estimate Cost Output

Lecture 158 Determine Budget

Lecture 159 Determine Budget Inputs and Tools

Lecture 160 Determine Budget Output

Lecture 161 Control Cost

Lecture 162 Control Cost Input, Tools and Outputs

Lecture 163 Earned Value Management

Lecture 164 Earned Value Management Formulas

Lecture 165 Earned Value Management Scenario 1

Lecture 166 Earned Value Management Scenario 2 Problem

Lecture 167 Earned Value Management Scenario 2 Answers

Lecture 168 EVM Formulas Tips

Section 14: Quality Management

Lecture 169 Quality Management Introduction

Lecture 170 Quality Methodologies and Terms

Lecture 171 Effective Quality

Lecture 172 Plan Quality Management

Lecture 173 Plan Quality Management Inputs and Tools

Lecture 174 Other Plan Quality Management Tools

Lecture 175 Plan Quality Management Outputs

Lecture 176 Manage Quality

Lecture 177 Manage Quality Inputs and Tools

Lecture 178 Manage Quality Outputs

Lecture 179 Control Quality

Lecture 180 Control Quality Inputs

Lecture 181 Control Quality Tools

Lecture 182 Control Quality Outputs

Section 15: Resource Management

Lecture 183 Resources Introduction

Lecture 184 Plan Resource Management

Lecture 185 Plan Resource Management Inputs and Tools

Lecture 186 Plan Resource Management Outputs

Lecture 187 Estimate Activity Resources

Lecture 188 Estimate Activity Resources Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 189 Acquire Resources

Lecture 190 Acquire Resources Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 191 Develop Team

Lecture 192 Develop Team Inputs and Tools

Lecture 193 Develop Team Theories

Lecture 194 Develop Team Outputs

Lecture 195 OSCAR Model

Lecture 196 Drexler Sibbet Team Model

Lecture 197 Manage Team

Lecture 198 Manage Team Inputs and Tools

Lecture 199 Manage Team Outputs

Lecture 200 Control Resources

Lecture 201 Control Resources Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Section 16: Communication Management

Lecture 202 Communication Introduction

Lecture 203 Plan Communication Management

Lecture 204 Plan Communication Inputs

Lecture 205 Plan Communication Tools

Lecture 206 Plan Communication Management Other Tools

Lecture 207 Plan Communication Management Outputs

Lecture 208 Manage Communication

Lecture 209 Manage Communication Inputs

Lecture 210 Manage Communication Tools and Outputs

Lecture 211 Monitor Communications

Lecture 212 Monitor Communications Inputs, Tools and Outputs

Section 17: Risk Management

Lecture 213 Risk Introduction

Lecture 214 Risk Management Terms

Lecture 215 Other Risk Terms

Lecture 216 Risk Management Processes

Lecture 217 Plan Risk Management

Lecture 218 Plan Risk Management Inputs, Tools and Outputs

Lecture 219 Identify Risk

Lecture 220 Identify Risk Inputs and Tools

Lecture 221 Identify Risks Outputs

Lecture 222 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis

Lecture 223 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 224 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis

Lecture 225 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Input, Tools and Outputs

Lecture 226 Plan Risk Responses

Lecture 227 Plan Risk Response Inputs, Tools and Outputs

Lecture 228 Implement Risk Responses

Lecture 229 Monitor Risks

Section 18: Procurement Management

Lecture 230 Procurement Introduction

Lecture 231 Agreements

Lecture 232 Contract Types

Lecture 233 Plan Procurement Management

Lecture 234 Plan Procurement Management Inputs and Tools

Lecture 235 Plan Procurement Management Outputs

Lecture 236 Conduct Procurement

Lecture 237 Conduct Procurement Inputs, Tools and Outputs

Lecture 238 Control Procurement

Section 19: Stakeholders Management

Lecture 239 Stakeholders Introduction

Lecture 240 Identify Stakeholders

Lecture 241 Identify Stakeholders Inputs and Tools

Lecture 242 Identify Stakeholders Stakeholders Mapping Representation

Lecture 243 Identify Stakeholders Outputs

Lecture 244 Plan Stakeholders Engagement

Lecture 245 Plan Stakeholders Engagement Inputs and Tools

Lecture 246 Plan Stakeholders Engagement Outputs

Lecture 247 Manage Stakeholders Engagement

Lecture 248 Manage Stakeholders Engagement Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Lecture 249 Monitor Stakeholders Engagement

Lecture 250 Monitor Stakeholders Engagement Inputs, Tools, and Outputs

Section 20: Agile Project Management Methods and Delivery

Lecture 251 What is agile

Lecture 252 Agile vs. Traditional PM

Lecture 253 Agile Benefits

Lecture 254 Inverting the triangle

Lecture 255 Agile Manifesto

Lecture 256 Agile Manifesto Values

Lecture 257 Individuals and interactions over processes and tools

Lecture 258 Working software over comprehensive documentation

Lecture 259 Customer collaboration over contract negotiation

Lecture 260 Responding to change over following a plan

Lecture 261 Agile Guiding Principles

Lecture 262 Agile Methods

Lecture 263 Agile Process

Lecture 264 Scrum

Lecture 265 Scrum Activities

Lecture 266 Scrum Artifacts

Lecture 267 Extreme Programming

Lecture 268 XP Roles

Lecture 269 XP Practices

Lecture 270 Basic Terminology review

Lecture 271 Lean Development

Lecture 272 Kanban Development

Lecture 273 Other agile methods

Lecture 274 Agile declaration of Interdependence

Lecture 275 Agile mindset

Lecture 276 Leading Effectively

Lecture 277 Value-Driven Delivery

Lecture 278 Early Value Delivery

Lecture 279 Reduce Waste

Lecture 280 Assessing Value – Financial metrics

Lecture 281 Accounting on agile projects

Lecture 282 Key Performance Indicators

Lecture 283 Regulatory Compliance

Lecture 284 Risk Management

Lecture 285 How Customers Conduct Value Prioritization

Lecture 286 Different Prioritization Techniques

Lecture 287 Kano Analysis

Lecture 288 Delivering Value Incrementally

Lecture 289 Minimal Viable Product

Lecture 290 Tools for Agile Projects

Lecture 291 Limit WIP

Lecture 292 Cumulative Flow Diagrams

Lecture 293 Agile Contracting

Lecture 294 Verifying and Validating

Section 21: Agile Stakeholder Management

Lecture 295 Stakeholder Stewardship

Lecture 296 Educating People about agile

Lecture 297 Engaging Stakeholders

Lecture 298 Methods of Stakeholder Engagement

Lecture 299 Agile Chartering

Lecture 300 Definition of Done

Lecture 301 Set a shared vision

Lecture 302 Agile Modeling

Lecture 303 Personas

Lecture 304 Communicating with stakeholders

Lecture 305 Green Zone and Red Zone

Lecture 306 How to conduct a workshop

Lecture 307 Brainstorming

Lecture 308 Collaboration Games

Lecture 309 Using Critical Soft Skills

Lecture 310 Emotional Intelligence

Lecture 311 Negotiation

Lecture 312 Active Listening

Lecture 313 Facilitation

Lecture 314 Conflict Resolution

Lecture 315 Participatory Decision Models

Lecture 316 People Over Processes

Lecture 317 Development Team roles

Lecture 318 Building Agile teams

Lecture 319 Safe place

Lecture 320 Models of team development

Lecture 321 Tuckman Five stages of team development

Lecture 322 Training, coaching, and mentoring

Lecture 323 Team Spaces

Lecture 324 Burn and Velocity charts

Section 22: Agile Planning, Problem Resolution and Continuous Improvement

Lecture 325 What is adaptive planning

Lecture 326 Agile Plans

Lecture 327 Progressive Elaboration

Lecture 328 Value Decomposition and Design the product box

Lecture 329 Coarse Requirements

Lecture 330 Timeboxing

Lecture 331 Estimation

Lecture 332 Ideal Time

Lecture 333 User Stories

Lecture 334 User Story Backlog

Lecture 335 Assigning points to the stories using Fibonacci Sequence

Lecture 336 Story Points and T-Shirt Sizing

Lecture 337 Wideband Delphi

Lecture 338 Using Planning Poker to assign story points

Lecture 339 Story Maps and Product Roadmaps

Lecture 340 Iterations and Spikes

Lecture 341 Iteration and Release Planning

Lecture 342 Understand how problems happens

Lecture 343 Technical Debt

Lecture 344 Success and Failure Modes

Lecture 345 Lead time and Cycle time

Lecture 346 Defects

Lecture 347 Variances and Control Limits

Lecture 348 Risk Management

Lecture 349 Fixing Problems

Lecture 350 Kaizen

Lecture 351 Customize Processes

Lecture 352 Value Stream Maps

Lecture 353 Project Pre-Mortems

Lecture 354 Retrospective Intro

Lecture 355 Set the stage

Lecture 356 Gather Data

Lecture 357 Generate insights

Lecture 358 Decide what to to do

Lecture 359 Close the retrospective

Lecture 360 Team self-assessment

Section 23: Hybrid Project Management

Lecture 361 Hybrid Introduction

Lecture 362 Definable vs. Uncertainty

Lecture 363 Four Life Cycles

Lecture 364 Hybrid Method 1

Lecture 365 Hybrid Method 2

Lecture 366 Hybrid Method 3

Lecture 367 Hybrid method 4

Lecture 368 Hybrid Fit for purpose

Section 24: Ethics and Professional Responsibilities

Lecture 369 Professional Reponsibilities and Ethics

Lecture 370 Truth

Lecture 371 Laws

Lecture 372 Gifts and Donations

Lecture 373 Permission

Lecture 374 PMI

Section 25: PMP Application

Lecture 375 Application Introduction

Lecture 376 Application requirements

Lecture 377 Members vs. Non-members cost

Lecture 378 Starting the Application

Lecture 379 PM Experience

Lecture 380 Writing the Description

Lecture 381 PMI Audit

Section 26: PMP Examination Content Outline Review

Lecture 382 ECO Introduction

Lecture 383 Domain 1 Task 1

Lecture 384 Domain 1 Task 2

Lecture 385 Domain 1 Task 3

Lecture 386 Domain 1 Task 4

Lecture 387 Domain 1 Task 5

Lecture 388 Domain 1 Task 6

Lecture 389 Domain 1 Task 7

Lecture 390 Domain 1 Task 8

Lecture 391 Domain 1 Task 9

Lecture 392 Domain 1 Task 10

Lecture 393 Domain 1 Task 11

Lecture 394 Domain 1 Task 12

Lecture 395 Domain 1 Task 13

Lecture 396 Domain 1 Task 14

Lecture 397 Domain 2 Task 1

Lecture 398 Domain 2 Task 2

Lecture 399 Domain 2 Task 3

Lecture 400 Domain 2 Task 4

Lecture 401 Domain 2 Task 5

Lecture 402 Domain 2 Task 6

Lecture 403 Domain 2 Task 7

Lecture 404 Domain 2 Task 8

Lecture 405 Domain 2 Task 9

Lecture 406 Domain 2 Task 10

Lecture 407 Domain 2 Task 11

Lecture 408 Domain 2 Task 12

Lecture 409 Domain 2 Task 13

Lecture 410 Domain 2 Task 14

Lecture 411 Domain 2 Task 15

Lecture 412 Domain 2 Task 16

Lecture 413 Domain 2 Task 17

Lecture 414 Domain 3 Task 1

Lecture 415 Domain 3 Task 2

Lecture 416 Domain 3 Task 3

Lecture 417 Domain 3 Task 4

Section 27: Mindset

Lecture 418 PM Mindset

Lecture 419 Traditional Mindset Part 1

Lecture 420 Traditional Mindset Part 2

Lecture 421 Traditional Mindset Part 3

Lecture 422 Traditional Mindset Part 4

Lecture 423 Traditional Mindset Part 5

Lecture 424 Traditional Mindset Part 6

Lecture 425 Agile Mindset Part 1

Lecture 426 Agile Mindset Part 2

Lecture 427 Agile Mindset Part 3

Lecture 428 Agile Mindset Part 4

Lecture 429 Agile Mindset Part 5

Lecture 430 Agile Mindset Part 6

Section 28: Exam Tips and Conclusion

Lecture 431 49 Process Flow

Lecture 432 Outputs by Process Groups

Lecture 433 Project Documents Descriptions

Lecture 434 General Tips

Lecture 435 Study Tips

Section 29: Drag and Drop Questions

Lecture 436 Drag and Drop Questions

Lecture 437 Drag and Drop 1

Lecture 438 Drag and Drop 2

Lecture 439 Drag and Drop 3

Lecture 440 Drag and Drop 4

Lecture 441 Drag and Drop 5

Lecture 442 Drag and Drop 6

Lecture 443 Drag and Drop 7

Lecture 444 Drag and Drop 8

Lecture 445 Drag and Drop 9

Lecture 446 Drag and Drop 10

Lecture 447 Drag and Drop 11

Lecture 448 Drag and Drop 12

Lecture 449 Drag and Drop 13

Lecture 450 Drag and Drop 14

Section 30: Mock Exam

Lecture 451 The End

Lecture 452 Bonus Lecture

All students looking to become PMP Certified.

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