PMP® certification is the global gold standard of project management, and is a project management course based on PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition . The PMP certification training course is designed to help you ace the 5 process groups and 10 knowledge areas and clear the PMP certification exam in your first attempt. This training is designed to enable progressive project managers like you to power your organizations so as to meet the ever-evolving needs & requirements of the business.
35 hours of instructor-led training
35 hours of high-quality e-learning content
35 contact hours/PDUs
83 end-of-chapter quizzes and 5 simulation exams
100% money back guarantee
What are the course objectives?
The PMP® training course is designed to ensure that you pass the PMP exam on the first try. Our hands-on training approach, entrusted by 52,000 learners, will help you to understand the workings of the five process groups and 10 knowledge areas defined by the PMBOK® Guide—Fifth Edition. We guarantee you’ll walk away with all the preparation and confidence you need to conquer the exam and earn the PMP certification.
What skills will you learn?
- Modern project management tools such as work breakdown structure, resource allocation, Gant charts, mathematical project scheduling models, project cost estimating, cost management and engineering economics.
- Developing a broad and flexible toolkit of techniques and adapting your approach to the context and constraints of projects.
- Delivering projects on scope, on time and on budget.
- Cultivating the people skills, trust and leadership necessary to meet project requirements.
- Earn the required 35 PDUs to take the PMP certification exam
Who should take this course?
The PMP certification is an essential professional requirement for senior project manager roles across all industries. The course is best suited for:
- Project Managers
- Associate/Assistant Project Managers
- Team Leads/Team Managers
- Project Executives/Project Engineers
- Software Developers
- Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager
What types of projects will you complete during the course?
Our hands-on approach will guide you through four industry-based projects covering various concepts and scenarios.
- Project 1: Performance Enhancement and Scope Management
Scenario: A client has requested improvements in their existing system’s performance. As the owner of the project, you will lead the project by examining the processes and the flow of activities from project initiation to close, demonstrating a well-defined scope, clear deliverables, budgets, and timelines. Domains covered include IN, PL, EX, M&C, and CL.
- Project 2: Time and Cost Management
Scenario: You are working as a project manager with a software development company that requires a detailed new project. You will categorize the project into different phases, estimate the duration and budget the cost of the project. Domains covered include PL and M&C.
- Project 3: Project Selection Based on Risk assessment (A)
Scenario: An automobile company wants to upgrade a line of cars and one of the requirements is to use special electronic auto parts. As the project manager, you will analyze the need to outsource various activities and offer relevant suggestions to management. Domains covered include PL, EX, M&C, and CL.
- Project 4: Project Selection Based on Risk assessment (B)
Scenario: A software company is developing an application for telecom billing and you are designated the project manager. As a part of the planning process, you will look into the quality-related aspects of the project to ensure that the product meets expectations. Domains covered include PL, EX, M&C and CL.”
Getting started with PMP® Certification09:13
1.1 Lesson 01 – Introduction00:24
1.3 What are PMI® and PMP®02:57
1.4 Application Requirements for the PMP® Exam
1.5 Guidelines to Fill Up the PMP® Application01:32
1.6 About the PMP® Exam02:13
1.7 PMP® Exam Syllabus02:00
1.8 About this Tutorial01:19
Lesson 02 – Project Management Framework28:16
2.1 Lesson 02 – Project Management Framework00:12
2.4 Characteristics of a Project02:06
2.5 Project Management00:31
2.6 Project Management Activities
2.7 Program ManagementPreview00:45
2.8 Features of Program Management01:06
2.10 Portfolio Management00:33
2.11 Relationship between Portfolios, Programs, and Projects01:06
2.12 Project Management Office01:09
2.13 Managing the Triple Constraints01:26
2.15 Stakeholder Management01:49
2.16 Organization Structure02:56
2.17 Functional Organization01:49
2.18 Projectized Organization01:11
2.19 Matrix Organization01:43
2.20 Advantages and Disadvantages of Organizational Structures01:53
2.21 Project Lifecycle vs. Product Lifecycle01:22
2.22 Project Life Cycles01:35
2.23 Project Life Cycles (contd.)00:47
2.24 Scenario 1 – PM Framework
3.1 Lesson 03 – Project Management Processes00:13
3.3 Project Life Cycle Vs. Project Management Process01:20
3.4 Project Management Process Groups01:15
3.5 Process Group Interactions00:51
3.6 Project Management Process Map01:05
3.7 Project Management Process Groups-Dashboard
4.1 Lesson 04 – Project Integration Management00:12
4.3 PMP® – Project Management Process Group and Knowledge Area Mapping00:23
4.4 Project Integration Management01:02
4.5 Role of Project Manager, Team, and Sponsor01:02
4.6 Project Selection Methods02:35
4.7 Project Selection Methods (contd.)
4.8 Project Integration Management Processes00:46
4.9 Reading a Process Diagram01:04
4.10 Develop Project Charter04:33
4.11 Develop Project Management Plan01:59
4.12 Develop Project Management Plan (contd.)01:27
4.13 Key Terms02:35
4.14 Direct and Manage Project Work02:11
4.15 Monitor and Control Project Work02:29
4.16 Perform Integrated Change Control02:11
4.17 Change Management Process01:48
4.18 Business Scenario Problem Statement
4.19 Close Project or Phase01:51
4.20 Business Scenario Problem Statement
4.21 Scenario 2 – Integration Management
4.22 Scenario 3 – Integration Management
5.1 Lesson 05 – Project Scope Management00:13
5.3 Project Management Process Map00:22
5.4 Project Scope Management00:26
5.5 Project Scope Management Activities01:08
5.6 Product Scope vs. Project Scope01:02
5.7 Key Terms01:35
5.8 Work Breakdown Structure01:26
5.9 Work Breakdown Structure – Example01:21
5.10 Project Scope Management Processes00:47
5.11 Plan Scope Management03:09
5.12 Collect Requirements02:43
5.13 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
5.14 Group Creativity Techniques
5.15 Group Decision-Making Techniques
5.16 Requirements Traceability Matrix01:13
5.17 Define Scope0:27
5.18 Create WBS02:14
5.19 Validate Scope02:47
5.20 Control Scope01:58
5.21 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
5.22 Scenario 4 – Scope Management
5.23 Scenario 5 – Scope Management
6.1 Lesson 06 – Project Time Management00:13
6.3 Project Management Process Map00:22
6.4 Project Time Management00:45
6.5 Project Time Management Activities00:32
6.6 Project Schedule01:04
6.7 Gantt Chart00:58
6.8 Gantt Chart-Relationships
6.9 Gantt Chart-Dependencies
6.10 Network Diagram01:21
6.11 Network Diagram – Example00:33
6.12 Key Terms02:03
6.13 Project Time Management Processes00:43
6.14 Plan Schedule Management02:40
6.15 Define Activities02:00
6.16 Sequence Activities02:15
6.17 Estimate Activity Resources04:07
6.18 Estimate Activity Durations04:03
6.19 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
6.20 Develop Schedule03:14
6.21 Schedule Network Analysis01:20
6.22 Program Evaluation and Review Technique01:10
6.24 Critical Path Method01:31
6.25 Calculation of Float00:47
6.26 Calculation of Float (contd.)01:05
6.27 Critical Path-Example01:51
6.28 Schedule Compression
6.29 Schedule Compression-Example00:44
6.30 Impact of Schedule Compression00:44
6.31 Other Scheduling TechniquesP01:13
6.32 Control Schedule02:30
6.33 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
6.34 Scenario 6 – Time Management
7.1 Lesson 07-Project Cost Management00:13
7.3 Project Management Process Map00:22
7.4 Project Cost Management00:22
7.5 Cost Management Plan00:48
7.6 Control Account01:05
7.7 Project Cost Management Processes00:37
7.8 Plan Cost Management02:50
7.9 Estimate Cost03:56
7.10 Determine Budget04:15
7.11 Control Costs02:17
7.12 Earned Value Management01:30
7.13 Planned Value-Example00:32
7.14 Earned Value Formulae03:09
7.15 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
7.16 Earned Value Management-Example01:07
7.17 Earned Value Management-Example (contd.)
7.18 Key Terms00:34
7.19 Key Terms (contd.)00:51
7.20 Scenario 7 – Cost Management
7.21 Scenario 8 – Cost Management
8.1 Lesson 08 – Project Quality Management00:12
8.3 Project Management Process Map00:20
8.5 Quality Related Terms00:53
8.6 Optimal Level of Quality01:15
8.7 Quality Management00:56
8.8 QP vs. QA vs. QC02:10
8.9 Quality Management Concepts01:24
8.10 Cost of Quality01:32
8.11 Project Quality Management Processes00:30
8.12 Plan Quality Management05:50
8.13 Perform Quality Assurance02:14
8.14 Control Quality01:45
8.15 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
8.16 Seven Basic Quality Tools
8.17 Six Sigma01:05
8.18 Six Sigma – Example01:20
8.19 Scenario 9 – Quality Management
8.20 Scenario 10 – Quality Management
9.1 Lesson 09 – Project Human Resource Management00:13
9.3 Project Management Process Map00:21
9.4 Project Human Resource Management00:42
9.5 Functional Manager vs. Project ManagerPreview02:03
9.6 Project Human Resource Management Processes00:31
9.7 Plan Human Resource Management03:23
9.8 Organization Charts and Role Descriptions00:15
9.9 Responsibility Assignment Matrix01:05
9.10 Resource Histogram00:50
9.11 Acquire Project Team02:42
9.12 Develop Project Team03:02
9.13 Manage Project Team02:52
9.14 Team Dynamics00:37
9.15 Conflict Management00:31
9.16 Conflict Management (contd.)00:57
9.17 Conflict Resolution Techniques01:50
9.18 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
9.19 Powers of the Project Manager01:29
9.20 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
9.21 Organizational Theories
9.22 Leadership Styles00:56
9.23 McKinsey’s 7-S Framework00:39
9.24 Scenario 11 – HR Management
9.25 Scenario 12 – Human Resource Management
10.1 Lesson 10 – Project Communications Management00:13
10.3 Project Management Process Map00:21
10.5 Communication Methods01:10
10.6 Communication Technology00:22
10.7 Communication Channels01:16
10.8 Basic Communication Model
10.9 Project Communications Management00:54
10.10 Project Communications Management Processes00:29
10.11 Plan Communications Management02:57
10.12 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
10.13 Manage Communications02:28
10.14 Control Communications01:42
10.15 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
10.16 Scenario 13 – Communications Management
10.17 Scenario 14 – Communications Management
11.1 Project Risk Management00:12
11.3 Project Management Process Map00:19
11.5 Key Terms01:22
11.6 Calculation of Risk00:33
11.7 Calculation of Risk – Example00:53
11.8 Risk Categorization01:24
11.9 Decision Tree01:25
11.10 Risk Reserve02:03
11.11 Project Risk Management00:35
11.12 Business Scenario – Problem Statement
11.13 Project Risk Management Processes00:33
11.14 Plan Risk Management02:48
11.15 Definition of Impact Scale – Example01:05
11.16 Identify Risks03:24
11.17 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis02:37
11.18 Probability and Impact Matrix – Example00:59
11.19 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis02:17
11.20 Plan Risk Responses03:29
11.21 Control Risks02:25
11.22 Scenario 15 – Risk Management
11.23 Scenario 16 – Risk Management
12.1 Lesson 12 – Project Procurement Management00:13
12.3 Project Management Process Map00:18
12.5 Characteristics of a ContractPreview00:51
12.6 Centralized vs. Decentralized Contracting01:40
12.7 Types of Contract04:49
12.8 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
12.9 Types of Contract – Advantages and Disadvantages01:39
12.10 Key Terms04:12
12.11 Project Procurement Management00:33
12.12 Project Procurement Management Processes00:29
12.13 Plan Procurement Management03:25
12.14 Conduct Procurements02:40
12.15 Control Procurements03:37
12.16 Close Procurements01:20
12.17 Scenario 17 – Procurement Management
13.1 Lesson 13 – Project Stakeholder Management00:12
13.3 Project Management Process Map00:19
13.5 Stakeholders (contd.)01:55
13.6 Classification Models for Stakeholder Analysis02:10
13.7 Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix01:18
13.8 Stakeholder Management Skills02:09
13.9 Project Stakeholder Management Processes00:42
13.10 Identify Stakeholders01:49
13.11 Plan Stakeholder Management01:14
13.12 Manage Stakeholder Engagement02:04
13.13 Control Stakeholder Engagement01:21
13.14 Scenario 18 – Stakeholder Management
13.15 Scenario 19 – Stakeholder Management
14.1 Process Group View00:12
14.3 Project Management Process01:06
14.4 Process Group Interactions01:29
14.5 Initiating Processes
14.6 Planning Processes02:00
14.7 Executing Processes01:32
14.8 Monitoring and Controlling Processes00:40
14.9 Closing Processes00:40
14.10 Important Data Flows in Project Management
15.1 Lesson 15 – Professional and Social Responsibility00:27
15.3 Ensuring Individual Integrity02:13
15.4 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
15.5 Contributing to the PM Knowledge Base01:00
15.6 Enhancing Professional Competence01:11
15.7 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
15.8 Promoting Stakeholder Collaboration01:02
15.9 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
15.10 Scenario 20 – Ethical Responsibility
15.13 Thank You00:11
16.1 Lesson 16 – Appendix PMP® List of Knowledge and Skills00:15
16.3 Knowledge and Skills – Existing04:29
16.4 Knowledge and Skills – Existing (contd.)03:28
16.5 Knowledge and Skills – New02:05
16.6 Knowledge and Skills – New (contd.)02:03
16.7 Cross-Cutting Knowledge and Skills – Existing03:10
16.8 Cross-Cutting Knowledge and Skills – New03:18
16.9 Cross-Cutting Knowledge and Skills – New (contd.)02:15
16.10 New Cross-Cutting Knowledge and Skills01:49
16.11 Thank You00:12
- Project 1 – Project to understand Scope Management
- Project 2 – Project to understand Time and Cost Management
- Project 3 – Project Selection based on Risk assessment (Automobile Industry)
- Project 4 – Project Selection based on Risk assessment (Software Industry)
1 Exam Application02:20
2 The Strategic Approach01:57
3 How to use your Tutorial Time02:55
4 Question Strategies04:05
5 Exam Strategies03:22
6 Pairwise Connections02:05
8 Memorization Chart01:58
9 Leveraging Practice Exams02:55
10 Review of Strategic Approach02:30
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The eligibility requirements for PMP® certification are:
|Education||Project Management Experience||Project Management Education|
|Nongraduates||5 years/7500 hours||35 hours|
|Graduates||3 years/4500 hours||35 hours|
PMI, PMBOK, PMP, PgMP, CAPM, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP have registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
The PMP® certification exam fees for PMI® members and nonmembers are:
- PMP® Certification Exam fee with PMI Membership – USD$405
- PMP® Certification Exam fee without PMI Membership – USD$555
- PMI® Membership fee – USD$139
- PMI® Membership renewal fee – USD$129 per year
- Re-examination fee for PMI® members – USD$275
- Re-examination fee for non-members – USD$375
Enroll as a member at PMI® and you’ll save US$150 on the examination fees. With the PMI® membership, you can also access commercially available books on project management and download a free copy of the PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition, which is essential preparatory material for the PMP® Certification Exam. Registered PMI® members also get free access to Practice Exams.
- Increases your salary dramatically
- Expands your market reach
- Provides greater job opportunities
- Brings you challenging projects
- Displays your ability to handle challenging projects
- Showcases your skills to global employers
- Improves project performance
- Enhances your skills
- Recognizes your project management skills worldwide
- Sets you apart
The PMP® Certification Exam is very challenging. To succeed, you must:
- Dedicate your time and effort into preparing for the exam
- Complete the e-learning course content before the online classroom training
- Score at least 80% in three out of the five PMP® full-length practice tests available online at Simplilearn.com
In the past, PMI® had published 61% as the passing score (i.e., 106 correct answers out of a total of 175 questions). But after PMP® Certification Exam updates since 2005, the passing score for every candidate is different and is based on the difficulty level of questions being attempted by each candidate.
Before you begin, make sure that you meet all certification eligibility requirements and enter the necessary information on the application. Once you start filling out the application form, it cannot be canceled, but you can save the unfinished form and come back and complete or edit information as required. The application will remain open for 90 days, during which PMI® will send you an email reminder to complete the application.
Please ensure that the application includes your valid, unique email address, as this will be the primary mode of communication from PMI® throughout the certification process. PMI® will send email reminders during the process, but you must schedule and attend the examination within the one-year eligibility period.
No. PMI® encourages you to apply for the exam online using PMI® Online Certification System.
Once you have submitted the form online, PMI® will take up to 5 calendar days to process and approve the form. However, these timelines may vary if your application has been selected for PMI®’s audit process.
If your application form is selected for an audit, PMI® will request you to provide various documents, such as:
Copies of your diploma or global education certificates, etc..
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Once you register with us for a course by paying the course fee, you can have 24/7 access to the e-learning content on the SimpliLearn platform. An automated course purchase confirmation mail from our side will guide you through the process.
The PMP® certification greatly expands your skills value and potential job opportunities. Recognized globally, a PMP® can help you land lucrative roles in IT, manufacturing, finance, healthcare, and other exciting industries. Certified PMP®’s also report better project performance and steep pay raises.
Read more about top “”Reasons to get a PMP® Certification”” written by our PMP® subject matter experts.
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Online classroom training for PMP® Certification is conducted via online live streaming of each class. The classes are conducted by a PMP® certified trainer with more than 15 years of work and training experience.
Our Instructor-led Learning Pass Training comes with a 100% money back guarantee. Simplilearn uses top learning methodologies to equip learners with the knowledge and confidence to pass the PMP exam in the first attempt. If you do not pass the PMP exam at the first attempt, Simplilearn will refund the course price to you.
To ensure your success, we strongly recommend that course participants take the PMP exam within a week of the course completion date—or a maximum of 45 days from the completion of the online training. This way, the course materials will be fresh in your mind.
PMP® Exam Attempts: Maximum 3 Per Year
|Attempt||Time Frame||Result||Money back|
|First||Within 45 days of course completion||Did Not Pass||Refund full course price|
Refund Process: If you do not pass the exam in the first attempt, Simplilearn will refund the full course price to you. To receive a refund, you must make a request through the Help and Support Online. You must submit a copy of your score card along with the date you completed your online classroom training. Simplilearn will refund the course price within 30 days of receiving all required documentation. We will process the refund using the same method you used to pay for the course.
Terms and Conditions: This money back guarantee applies only to Simplilearn’s PMP® Instructor-led Training. It is not applicable for Simplilearn’s online PMP exam prep courses. The guarantee is valid only for participants who have paid the entire enrollment fee.
The guarantee becomes void if:
- Participants do not take the PMP® examination within 45 days of the online classroom training completion date.
- Participants do not maintain 100% attendance in at least one batch of the 32 Hours Live Online Classroom Training sessions.
- Participants do not complete the eLearning content. The full 8 hours of online study is required to learn the course materials.
- Participants fail to score at least 80% in any three of the five available online PMP® Exam practice tests available at Simplilearn.com
- Participants do not follow the instructions of the trainer and do not complete the exercises given in the online classroom training.
- Participants do not submit the required documents to Simplilearn.
All of the classes are conducted live online. They are interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during class time. We do, however, provide recordings of each session you attend for your future reference.
Scenario-based games are simulations of real-world cases that project managers may encounter in their everyday work. We have designed solutions for these cases, per the PMBOK Guide – Fifth Edition to help you resolve the problems in these cases. Each scenario allows you to choose a path and gauge how you fare in handling the situation as a project manager. For each correct or incorrect choice, an explanation is provided—creating a stimulating and immersive learning environment that helps you improve conceptual understanding and build your project management skills.
No. Exam fees are not included for any of the courses we offer. You must pay the Project Management Institute (PMI)® to take the exam.
The PMP® exam has a total of 200 questions that must be answered within 4 hours. Among the 200 questions will be 25 randomly chosen questions that are considered pre-test questions for future tests and are not scored. Since they are randomly chosen, you should answer all 200 questions.
When you have completed the training course, you will receive a course completion certificate along with a 35 hours PDU certificate. Simplilearn does not administer the PMP® certification, but once you have passed that exam, you will receive the prestigious PMP® certification from the Project Management Institute.
The course includes:
- Access to our eLearning content
- Practice simulation tests
- Tips and tricks videos that help you tackle the toughest exam questions
- Online participant handbook with cross references to the eLearning content
Yes. Our PMP® certification training course is designed to guarantee you’ll pass the PMP® exam at the first attempt. With a hands-on learning approach, the training not only gives you the confidence to pass the exam, but also helps you retain the knowledge beyond the exam.
We provide recordings of each session you attend for your future reference.
Yes, you can cancel your enrollment if necessary. We will refund the course price after deducting an administration fee. To learn more, you can view our Refund Policy.
Contact us using the form on the bottom of any page on the website, or select the Live Chat link. Our customer service representatives will be able to give you more details.
All of our trainers are project management professionals and industry experts with at least 10-12 years of relevant teaching experience.
Each of them have gone through a rigorous selection process which includes profile screening, technical evaluation, and training demo before they are certified to train for us.
We also ensure that only those trainers with a high alumni rating continue to train for us.
Our teaching assistants are here to help you get certified in your first attempt.
They are a dedicated team of subject matter experts to help you at every step and enrich your learning experience from class onboarding to project mentoring and job assistance.
They engage with the students proactively to ensure the course path is followed.
Teaching Assistance is available during business hours.
SimpliLearn offers 24/7 support through email, chat, and calls.
SimpliLearn also have a dedicated team that provides on demand assistance through our community forum. What’s more, you will have lifetime access to the community forum, even after completion of your course with us.
One hour of classroom instruction equals one contact hour. If you have completed a university or college course on project management that met for three hours per week for 15 weeks, you would record 45 contact hours. If only a portion of a course dealt with project management, only the hours spent on project management can be applied toward the total.
PDUs are the measuring unit used to quantify approved learning and professional service activities.
No. PMI® does not mandate any expiry timeline for Contact Hours earned to qualify for the PMP® Exam, as long as you retain the proof (certificate). There is no deadline or expiry date, though the contact hours must have been acquired before the submission of the application to PMI®. For example, if you earn the Contact Hours in 2013, there’s nothing stopping you from taking the exam in 2017.
You are granted a one-year eligibility period in which to pass the examination. During the eligibility period, you may take the examination up to three times. If you fail the examination three times within your one-year eligibility period, you must wait one year from the date of the last examination you took to reapply for the certification. However, after failing a certification examination three times, candidates may opt to apply for any other PMI® certification.
Participants are granted 3 chances to pass the PMP® exam in one year, for the second and the third attempt for the examination, the participants have to to pay an additional fee of $275 (for members) or $375 (non-members) as a re-examination fee. The participants will have a waiting period of 1 year before the can re-appear for the exam in case they don’t pass in their first 3 attempts.
Yes, you can apply for re-evaluation. You may submit a written request to the PMI® Certification Department for review of their decision. Requests can be sent by postal mail to PMI®, or by e-mail to [email protected]
Use the experience verification section of the online application to record your experience leading and directing the project. Record projects individually regardless of the number of projects you include.
According to PMIs calculation, the concept of non-overlapping experience refers to the following:
If a professional is working on multiple projects at the same time, then the experience will be counted for one project over that stipulated period for which he/she worked on the project.
Example: Mr. A has managed 2 projects in 2016, Project 1 ran from Jan’16 to Aug’16 (8 months) and Project 2 ran from April’16 to Dec’16 (9 months). In this case, we have an overlap of 5 months (Apr’16 to Aug’16). So the experience for these 5 months will be counted as 5 months and not as 10 months (5×2=10). The non-overlapping experience is 12 months.
A PMP® certification gained a higher salary (20% higher on average) than those without a PMP® certification.
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