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PMP Training Video | PMP 5th Edition Training Videos http://www.simplilearn.com/project-ma... Introduction to PMP® Certification Course What are PMI and PMP® Project Management Institute or PMI is a not for profit organization that offers a certification program for project practitioners for all educational and skill levels. PMI is based in the USA and has local chapters across the globe. Therefore, if you are based in Singapore, you can look for a PMI chapter in Singapore. Such local chapters conduct regular knowledge sharing and networking sessions for people interested in project management. Project Management Professional® or PMP® on the other hand is one of the certifications awarded by PMI. It is a credential industry recognized and demanded worldwide. For many of the project management jobs, it is a mandatory qualification Application Requirements for the PMP® Exam PMI-PMP® certificate is an “experience” as well as “knowledge” based certification. This means, certain prerequisites are to be met in order to be able to apply for this certification. The prerequisites depend upon a person’s formal education. As shown in the table, a professional needs to have at least 4,500 hours of project management experience along with a bachelor’s degree. A professional, whose highest formal education is a high school degree, will require 7,500 hours of project management experience. The experience of 36 months within last 8 years in the table implies that those 4,500 hours of project management experience should have happened within the last 8 years prior to the application. Similarly, for the experience of 60 months within last 8 years, 7,500 hours of leading and directing project tasks should have happened within the last 8 years. PMP® Exam Syllabus There are 5 process groups, 10 knowledge areas, and 47 project management processes. To understand the syllabus, you need to understand the following terms—process groups, knowledge areas, and processes. Let us first discuss process group. The project management discipline is divided into five broad process groups. When a new project starts, it is first in the project initiation phase, moving to planning phase, then to execution, followed by monitoring and controlling, and finally it is closed. Project execution and monitoring and controlling processes go hand in hand. Therefore, when a new project is initiated, all processes of project initiation process group should be applied to the project. Similarly, when the project is being closed, all processes of project closing group should be applied. For instance, “Identify Risks” is a process of project planning group. So when the project is in planning phase, you must identify all the risks of the project. Next, let us see what knowledge area is. As per PMBOK® Guide, there are 10 knowledge areas. A knowledge area is a set of specific processes performed to meet a project objective. Let us now consider processes. There are 47 processes. These processes might be accomplished in the project planning process group and few others in project monitoring and controlling process group. Check out the top 7 Tips to Effectively Prepare for your PMP Certification Exam. Simplilearn has 2000+ certified and experienced trainers to conduct trainings for various courses across the globe For more updates on courses and tips follow us on: - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Simplilearn - Twitter: https://twitter.com/simplilearn

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