This course provides an in-depth training to the professionals aspiring to be CAPM® certified. The course walks the attendee through topics related to project management that would be part of the examination curriculum.
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) is an excellent first step certification for project professionals.
The CAPM® credential demonstrates an understanding of the fundamental concepts, knowledge, terminology and processes of effective project management based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®).
A CAPM® would be able to integrate and be part of project teams that follow the PMBOK® as the Project Management methodology.
Who Should Attend?
This certification is for anyone who wishes to develop competencies and skills in the area of Project Management. This certification is a perfect alternate certification for professionals who may not qualify for the PMP® certification.
The following designations would gain the most from this qualification:
- Those intending to take the CAPM® exam
- Project Managers (Junior Level)
- Project Coordinators and Project Executives
- Project Team Members
- Business Development Staff involved with project sales
- Managers and supervisors of project teams who directly do not participate in projects.
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
Mock Test, Exam Tips etc.
The candidate must meet the following educational and professional experience requirements to take the CAPM® exam:
Secondary diploma (high school diploma or global equivalent)
1,500 hours of professional project experience on a project team OR 23 contact hours of formal Project Management education.
Patrick von Schlag
Mr. von Schlag has more than 25 years of real-world experience managing IT and business organizations. He has served as a consultant, facilitator, and instructor in support of more than 200 ITSM program deployments, with a focus on practical benefits. He holds all 11 ITIL 2011 certifications and runs an accredited learning consultancy focused on Making ITIL Work ™ in real organizations. His customer list includes The Walt Disney Company, Microsoft, Nike, Sears, US Marine Corps, US Army, US Air Force, 2nd and 5th Fleet US Navy, DISA, IRS, Federal Reserve, The Hartford, Citigroup, Amgen, Los Angeles County, Port of Long Beach, GDIT, Accenture, Serco, Deloitte, and hundreds of other market-leading companies.