PMP Exam Prep Seminar Complete Exam Coverage with 35 PDUs

PMP Exam Prep Seminar – Earn 35 PDUs by completing the entire PMP course
PMP Exam Prep Seminar Complete Exam Coverage with 35 PDUs
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PMP Exam Prep Seminar Complete Exam Coverage with 35 PDUs

What you’ll learn

Earn 35 PDUs/Contact Hours by completing the entire course
You will get all the resources you need to pass the PMI PMP certification exam.
You will earn 35 exam contact hours as required by PMI
You will be able to discuss the PMBOK Guide with confidence.
Explain the project management processes
Discuss the project management knowledge areas
Demonstrate the formulas, charts, and theories of project management
Calculate float for complex project network diagrams
Memorize the formulas for earned value management
Compare and contrast processes, knowledge areas, theories, and project management best practices
Build a strong foundation in Agile project management for the new PMP exam
Complete hands-on assignments and exercises

PMP Exam Prep Seminar Complete Exam Coverage with 35 PDUs


Participants should qualify for the PMP exam
Understand fundamentals of project management
Dedicated to completing this PMP Exam Prep Seminar
Have a deep desire to pass the PMP exam


Updated November 2022 for the current PMP Exam and based on PMI’s Exam Content Outline.Join the thousands of others who’ve completed this top-rated course and passed their PMP exam. You can do this!PMP® Exam Prep Seminar: ID 109EPSWB 20 hours for technical skills9 hours for business skills6 hours for leadership skills35 PDUs / 35 contact hours for the PMP exam application90-question pre-assessment exam90-question end-of-course assessment exam20-questions in each sectionAssignments and discussionCoaching sections throughout to keep you motivated – You can do this!You MUST complete all assignments and exercises to claim the 35 Contact Hours.You need to pass the PMP exam and you need quality training that’ll help you in your role as a project manager. You also want to learn from an authority in project management, in an online environment with plenty of assignments, videos, and concise explanations. This course provides 35 PDUs and is taught by project management author and expert Joseph Phillips. Joseph is the author of several project management books from McGraw-Hill, the American Management Association, and Dummies Press. He is certified as a PMP, PMI-ACP, ITIL, Project+, and is a Certified Technical Trainer.The 35 hours of project management education are earned by completing all of the course, the assignments, exercises, and quizzes. The Learning Management System tracks your completion of the course; if you complete all the videos, assignments, and interactive sessions, you can claim these hours for your PMP exam application or maintain your PMP certification.


Section 1: Preparing to Pass the PMP

Lecture 1 Welcome to the PMP Exam Prep Seminar

Lecture 2 Certificate of Completion

Lecture 3 Frequently Asked Questions

Lecture 4 Explore the Entire Course

Lecture 5 All About the PMP Exam Details

Lecture 6 All About the PMP Exam

Lecture 7 PMP Exam Application Audit

Lecture 8 PMP Coach: Getting Started

Lecture 9 PMP Exam – January 2, 2021

Lecture 10 Section Summary: Preparing to Pass the PMP Exam

Section 2: Get the Most from this course

Lecture 11 Section Overview: Get the Most from the Course

Lecture 12 Frequently Asked Questions

Lecture 13 PDUs Or Contact Hours

Lecture 14 Create a Study Strategy

Lecture 15 Explore the PMBOK Guide, Sixth Edition

Lecture 16 Course Resources

Lecture 17 Maintaining Your PMP

Lecture 18 PMP Coach: Confidence

Lecture 19 Section Summary: Get the Most from the Course

Section 3: PMBOK Guide, Sixth Edition

Lecture 20 Section Overview: PMBOK Guide, Sixth Edition

Lecture 21 Introduction to the PMBOK Guide

Lecture 22 Environments in Which Projects Operate

Lecture 23 Role of the Project Manager

Lecture 24 Project Integration Management

Lecture 25 Project Scope Management

Lecture 26 Project Schedule Management

Lecture 27 Project Cost Management

Lecture 28 Quality in Project Management

Lecture 29 Project Resources Management

Lecture 30 Project Communications Management

Lecture 31 Project Risk Management Overview

Lecture 32 Project Procurement Management

Lecture 33 Project Stakeholder Management

Lecture 34 PMP Coach: Daily Work

Lecture 35 Section Summary: PMBOK Guide, Sixth Edition Overview

Section 4: Define Project Management Foundations

Lecture 36 Section Overview: Project Management Foundations

Lecture 37 Projects are Temporary

Lecture 38 Project Create Unique Products, Services, Or Results

Lecture 39 Projects Enable Business Value Creation

Lecture 40 Project Initiation Context – Why Projects are Created

Lecture 41 Defining Project Management

Lecture 42 Project Management Application areas

Lecture 43 Reviewing a Project Life Cycle

Lecture 44 PMP Coach: Don’t Think too Much

Lecture 45 Section Wrap: Define Project Management Foundations

Section 5: Related Areas of Project Management

Lecture 46 Section Overview: Related Areas of Project Management

Lecture 47 Program Management

Lecture 48 Portfolio Management

Lecture 49 Working with a Project Management Office

Lecture 50 Projects Vs. Operations

Lecture 51 OPM and Strategies

Lecture 52 Understanding the Project Environment

Lecture 53 PMP Coach: Know Your Terms

Lecture 54 Section Wrap: Related Areas of Project Management

Section 6: Project Management Components

Lecture 55 Section Overview: Project Management Processes Groups and Knowledge Areas

Lecture 56 Reviewing the Project Management Process Groups

Lecture 57 Work Performance Data, Information, and Reports

Lecture 58 Tailoring the Processes

Lecture 59 Introducing Adaptive Environments

Lecture 60 Introducing Business Documents

Lecture 61 Project Business Case

Lecture 62 Project Benefits Management Plan

Lecture 63 Reviewing the Project Management Knowledge Areas

Lecture 64 PMP Coach: What’s your benefit?

Lecture 65 Section Wrap: Project Management Components

Section 7: Project Environments

Lecture 66 Section Overview: Project Environments

Lecture 67 Enterprise Environmental Factors

Lecture 68 Organizational Process assets

Lecture 69 Processes, Policies, and Procedures

Lecture 70 Organizational Knowledge Repositories

Lecture 71 Organizational Systems

Lecture 72 Frameworks

Lecture 73 Management Elements

Lecture 74 Organizational Structure Types

Lecture 75 Project Management Office

Lecture 76 PMP Coach: Keep going!

Lecture 77 Section Wrap: Project Environments

Section 8: Role of the Project Manager

Lecture 78 Section Overview: Role of the Project Manager

Lecture 79 Definition of a Project Manager

Lecture 80 Project Manager’s Sphere of Influence

Lecture 81 Project Management Competencies

Lecture 82 Technical Project Management Skills

Lecture 83 Strategic and Business Management Skills

Lecture 84 Leadership Skills

Lecture 85 Politics, Power, and Getting Things Done

Lecture 86 Comparing Leadership and Management

Lecture 87 Performing Integration

Lecture 88 PMP Coach: It’s Problem Solving

Lecture 89 Section Wrap: Role of the Project Manager

Section 9: Implementing Project Integration Management

Lecture 90 Section Overview: Implementing Project Integration Management

Lecture 91 Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Integration Management

Lecture 92 Tailoring Project Integration Management

Lecture 93 Considerations for Adaptive Environments

Lecture 94 Developing the Project Charter

Lecture 95 Examining Benefit Measurement Methods

Lecture 96 Creating an Assumptions Log

Lecture 97 Developing the Project Management Plan

Lecture 98 Directing and Managing the Project Work

Lecture 99 Actions as Project Manager

Lecture 100 Deliverables

Lecture 101 Work Performance Data

Lecture 102 Issue Log

Lecture 103 Manage Project Knowledge

Lecture 104 Monitoring and Controlling the Project Work

Lecture 105 Performing Integrated Change Control

Lecture 106 Closing the Project or Phase

Lecture 107 PMP Coach: Interruptions

Lecture 108 Section Wrap: Implementing Project Integration Management Project integration

Section 10: Managing the Project Scope

Lecture 109 Section Overview: Managing the Project Scope

Lecture 110 Planning Project Scope Management

Lecture 111 Project Scope Vs. Product Scope

Lecture 112 Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Scope Management

Lecture 113 Considerations for Adaptive Environments

Lecture 114 Collecting the Project Requirements

Lecture 115 Managing the Project Requirements

Lecture 116 Defining the Project Scope Statement

Lecture 117 Creating the Work Breakdown Structure

Lecture 118 Validating the Project Scope

Lecture 119 Controlling the Project Scope

Lecture 120 PMP Coach: Control Your Scope

Lecture 121 Section Wrap: Managing the Project Scope

Section 11: Introducing Project Schedule Management

Lecture 122 Section Overview: Introducing Project Schedule Management

Lecture 123 Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Schedule Management

Lecture 124 Considerations for Adaptive Environments

Lecture 125 Creating the Schedule Management Plan

Lecture 126 Defining the Project Activities

Lecture 127 Rolling Wave Planning

Lecture 128 Compiling the Activity List

Lecture 129 Creating the Milestone List

Lecture 130 Sequencing Project Activities

Lecture 131 Creating Network Diagrams

Lecture 132 Walk Through a Float Sample

Lecture 133 Considering Leads and Lags

Lecture 134 Estimating Activity Durations

Lecture 135 Creating an Analogy

Lecture 136 Applying Parametric Estimates

Lecture 137 Creating a Three-Point Estimate

Lecture 138 Bottom-Up Estimating

Lecture 139 Factoring in Reserve Time

Lecture 140 Developing the Project Schedule

Lecture 141 Evaluating the Project Constraints and Assumptions

Lecture 142 Performing Schedule Network Analysis

Lecture 143 Using a Project Simulation

Lecture 144 Applying Duration Compression

Lecture 145 Agile Release Planning

Lecture 146 Controlling the Project Schedule

Lecture 147 Measuring Project Performance

Lecture 148 PMP Coach: Control Your Schedule

Lecture 149 Section Wrap: Project Schedule Management

Section 12: Project Cost Management

Lecture 150 Section Overview: Project Cost Management

Lecture 151 Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Cost Management

Lecture 152 Planning the Project Costs

Lecture 153 Estimating the Project Costs

Lecture 154 Using Analogous Estimating

Lecture 155 Using Parametric Estimating

Lecture 156 Using Bottom-Up Estimating

Lecture 157 Creating a Three-Point Cost Estimate

Lecture 158 Creating a Project Budget

Lecture 159 Creating the Cost Baseline

Lecture 160 Establishing Project Funding Requirements

Lecture 161 Implementing Cost Control

Lecture 162 Measuring Project Performance

Lecture 163 Section Wrap: Project Cost Management

Section 13: Project Quality Management

Lecture 164 Section Overview: Project Quality Management

Lecture 165 Looking at the Big Quality Picture

Lecture 166 Considerations for Adaptive Environments

Lecture 167 Quality and Grade

Lecture 168 Planning for Quality

Lecture 169 Applying Benchmarking Practices

Lecture 170 Design of Experiments

Lecture 171 Trend Analysis

Lecture 172 Tailoring the Quality Management Processes

Lecture 173 Considering the Cost of Quality

Lecture 174 Creating the Quality Management Plan

Lecture 175 Manage Quality

Lecture 176 Design For X

Lecture 177 Results of Managing Quality

Lecture 178 Controlling Quality in a Project

Lecture 179 Inspecting Results

Lecture 180 Testing and Product Evaluations

Lecture 181 Creating Flowcharts and Control Charts

Lecture 182 Creating Pareto, Histograms, Scatter and Run Charts

Lecture 183 Completing a Statistical Sample

Lecture 184 Meet Your Quality Goals

Lecture 185 Section Wrap: Project Quality Management

Section 14: Introducing Project Resource Management

Lecture 186 Section Overview: Project Resource Management

Lecture 187 Key Concepts for Project Resource Management

Lecture 188 Trends and Emerging Practices in Resource Management

Lecture 189 Considerations for Adaptive Environments

Lecture 190 Preparing for Resource Planning

Lecture 191 Relating to Organizational Theories

Lecture 192 Creating the Resource Management Plan

Lecture 193 Estimating Activity Resources

Lecture 194 Acquiring Resources

Lecture 195 Negotiating for Resources

Lecture 196 Acquiring Staff

Lecture 197 Working with Virtual Teams

Lecture 198 Developing the Project Team Up

Lecture 199 Creating Team-Building activities

Lecture 200 Naturally Developing Project Teams

Lecture 201 Rewarding the Project Team

Lecture 202 Completing Assessments

Lecture 203 Managing the Project Team

Lecture 204 Controlling Resources

Lecture 205 Section Wrap: Project Resource Management

Section 15: Introducing Project Communications Management

Lecture 206 Section Overview: Project Communications Management

Lecture 207 Key Concepts for Project Communications Management

Lecture 208 Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Communications Management

Lecture 209 Considerations for Adaptive Environments

Lecture 210 Communications Planning

Lecture 211 Exploring Communication Technologies

Lecture 212 Communication Methods

Lecture 213 Interpersonal and Team Styles assessment

Lecture 214 Data Representation

Lecture 215 Creating Successful Communications

Lecture 216 Creating the Communications Plan

Lecture 217 Managing Project Communications

Lecture 218 Monitoring Communications

Lecture 219 Section Wrap: Project Communications Management

Section 16: Introducing Project Risk Management

Lecture 220 Section Overview: Project Risk Management

Lecture 221 Key Concepts for Project Risk Management

Lecture 222 Trends and Emerging Practices in Project Risk Management

Lecture 223 Considerations for Adaptive Environments

Lecture 224 Planning for Risk Management

Lecture 225 Examining Stakeholder Tolerance

Lecture 226 Relying on Risk Management Policies

Lecture 227 Creating the Risk Management Plan

Lecture 228 Creating Risk Categories

Lecture 229 Identifying Risks

Lecture 230 Identifying Risks Through Interviews

Lecture 231 Analyzing SWOT

Lecture 232 Creating a Risk Register

Lecture 233 Using Qualitative Risk analysis

Lecture 234 Preparing for Quantitative Risk analysis

Lecture 235 Applying Sensitivity Analysis

Lecture 236 Finding the Expected Monetary Value

Lecture 237 Using a Decision Tree

Lecture 238 Performing a Project Simulation

Lecture 239 Planning Risk Responses

Lecture 240 Justifying Risk Reduction

Lecture 241 Implementing Risk Responses

Lecture 242 Monitoring Risks

Lecture 243 Section Wrap: Project Risk Management

Section 17: Leading Project Procurement Management

Lecture 244 Section Overview: Project Procurement Management

Lecture 245 Key Concepts for Procurement Management

Lecture 246 Emerging Trends in Procurement

Lecture 247 Procurement Considerations for Agile Projects

Lecture 248 Planning for Procurement

Lecture 249 Planning for the Project Requirements

Lecture 250 Determining the Contract Type

Lecture 251 Determining to Make or Buy

Lecture 252 Creating Procurement Management Plan

Lecture 253 Creating the Procurement Documents

Lecture 254 Conducting Procurements

Lecture 255 Selecting the Seller

Lecture 256 Controlling Procurements

Lecture 257 Preparing for Contract administration

Lecture 258 Performing Claims Administration

Lecture 259 Performing Contract Closure

Lecture 260 Section Wrap: Project Procurement Management

Section 18: Engaging Project Stakeholders

Lecture 261 Section Overview: Project Stakeholder Management

Lecture 262 Stakeholder Management

Lecture 263 Identifying the Project Stakeholders

Lecture 264 Performing Stakeholder Analysis

Lecture 265 Planning Stakeholder Management

Lecture 266 Manage Stakeholder Engagement

Lecture 267 Monitor Stakeholder Engagement

Lecture 268 Section Wrap: Project Stakeholder Management

Section 19: The PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

Lecture 269 Section Overview: Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Lecture 270 Responsibilities to the Profession

Section 20: Agile Introduction

Lecture 271 Agile Overview

Lecture 272 Agile Slide Deck – Resource

Lecture 273 Agile Mindset

Lecture 274 Agile Manifesto

Lecture 275 Agile Manifesto and Principles

Lecture 276 Nine Keys of Great Agile Projects

Lecture 277 Diving Deeper: Scrum Basics

Lecture 278 Agile Terms

Lecture 279 Agile Introduction Conclusion

Section 21: Exploring Scrum

Lecture 280 Overview: Agile Components

Lecture 281 Consider Predictive or Hybrid Approaches

Lecture 282 Incremental and Iterative Life Cycles

Lecture 283 Walking through a Sprint

Lecture 284 Agile Sprint Planning

Lecture 285 Hosting a Daily Scrum

Lecture 286 Completing the Sprint Review

Lecture 287 Performing a Sprint Retrospective

Lecture 288 Sprint Activity Considerations

Lecture 289 Exploring Scrum Conclusion

Section 22: Agile Roles and Responsibilities

Lecture 290 Meeting the Agile Project Team Overview

Lecture 291 Scrum Team Rules and Characteristics

Lecture 292 Meet the Product Owner

Lecture 293 You are the Scrum Master

Lecture 294 Consider Other Agile Roles

Lecture 295 Management and Leadership

Lecture 296 Agile Roles and Responsibilities Conclusion

Section 23: Refining Requirements

Lecture 297 Refining Requirements Overview

Lecture 298 Working With User Stories

Lecture 299 Hosting Workshops

Lecture 300 Working With Agile Modeling

Lecture 301 Use Case Diagram Purpose

Lecture 302 Defining Data Models

Lecture 303 Contracts and Agile Approaches

Lecture 304 Value-Based Analysis

Lecture 305 Refining Requirements Conclusion

Section 24: Estimating User Stories and Iterations

Lecture 306 Estimating User Stories and Iterations Overview

Lecture 307 Providing Estimate Ranges

Lecture 308 Voting on Requirements

Lecture 309 Creating Product Roadmap

Lecture 310 Defining Releases and Iterations

Lecture 311 Estimating Story Sizes

Lecture 312 Planning for Iterations

Lecture 313 Estimating User Stories and Iterations Conclusion

Section 25: Agile Project Performance

Lecture 314 Agile Project Performance Overview

Lecture 315 Monitoring Project Progress

Lecture 316 Earned Value Management in Agile

Lecture 317 Agile Project Accounting

Lecture 318 Measurements in Agile Projects

Lecture 319 Understanding Team Velocity

Lecture 320 Agile Project Performance Conclusion

Section 26: Exploring Different Agile Approaches

Lecture 321 Exploring Different Agile Approaches Overview

Lecture 322 All About Kanban

Lecture 323 eXtreme Programming

Lecture 324 Lean Product Development

Lecture 325 Other Agile Approaches

Lecture 326 Exploring Different Agile Approaches Conclusion

Section 27: Agile Projects and Products

Lecture 327 Agile Projects and Products Overview

Lecture 328 Releasing the Product

Lecture 329 Regulations, Risk, and Requirements

Lecture 330 Creating Project Priorities

Lecture 331 Agile Project Prioritization Schemes

Lecture 332 Low Tech and High Touch Solutions

Lecture 333 WIP and Little’s Law

Lecture 334 Agile Projects and Products Conclusion

Section 28: Testing and Verifying in Agile Projects

Lecture 335 Testing and Verifying in Agile Projects Overview

Lecture 336 Verification and Validation

Lecture 337 Continuous Integration System

Lecture 338 Exploring Test-Driven Development

Lecture 339 Testing and Verifying in Agile Projects Conclusion

Section 29: Agile Stakeholder Engagement

Lecture 340 Agile Stakeholder Engagement Overview

Lecture 341 Stakeholder Engagement in Agile

Lecture 342 Incorporating Stakeholder Values

Lecture 343 Building Stakeholder Synergy

Lecture 344 Leading Stakeholder Conversations

Lecture 345 Creating an Agile Charter

Lecture 346 Agile Communication Consideration

Lecture 347 Agile Knowledge Sharing

Lecture 348 Social Media and Agile Projects

Lecture 349 Agile Collaboration

Lecture 350 Green and Red Zones

Lecture 351 Negotiation and Collaboration

Lecture 352 Resolving Conflicts in Agile Projects

Lecture 353 Agile Teams Considerations

Lecture 354 Completing Team Assessments

Lecture 355 Agile Stakeholder Engagement Conclusion

Section 30: Agile Project Risks and Issues

Lecture 356 Agile Project Risk and Issues Overview

Lecture 357 Problem Detection and Resolution

Lecture 358 Completing Variance Analysis

Lecture 359 Working With the Risk-Adjusted Backlog

Lecture 360 Problem Solving is Continuous Improvement

Lecture 361 Continuous Improvement Tasks

Lecture 362 Hosting the Project Pre-mortem

Lecture 363 Completing a Product Review

Lecture 364 Retrospective for People Improvement

Lecture 365 Agile Projects and Risk Conclusion

Section 31: PMP Blitz Review

Lecture 366 Section Overview: PMP Blitz Review

Lecture 367 Project Integration Management

Lecture 368 Project Scope Management

Lecture 369 Project Schedule Management

Lecture 370 Project Cost Management

Lecture 371 Project Quality Management

Lecture 372 Project Resources Management

Lecture 373 Project Communications Management

Lecture 374 Project Risk Management

Lecture 375 Project Procurement Management

Lecture 376 Project Stakeholder Management

Lecture 377 Section Wrap: Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Lecture 378 Section Wrap: PMP Blitz Review

Section 32: Wrapping Up the Course

Lecture 379 PMI Certificate of Completion for PMP Application

Lecture 380 Wrapping up the Entire Course

Project managers who are preparing to PASS their PMI PMP examination,Project managers who need 35 contact hours to qualify for the PMP examination – by completing the entire course,Project managers who want to pass their PMP exam on the first try,People who want 35 PDUs from a PMI Registered Education Provider – by completing the entire course,This course is NOT for new project managers,This course is NOT for project managers seeking a project management guide

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