This intensive exam preparation workshop will provide a roadmap for how to pass the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®’s) Project Management Professional (PMP®) examination. This course can serve only in the Seoul.
PMP® Prep Course Curriculum PMINSIDEPresident Han Donghwan firstname.lastname@example.org 02-824-5534 010-6205-3010 http://www.pminside.com htt // i id
Overview Course Title PMP® Prep Course Summary Duration 5 Days This intensive exam preparation workshop will provide a roadmap for how to pass the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®’s) Project Management Professional (PMP®) examination. The workshop is kept up to date with the framework of knowledge outlined by PMI’s A Guide to the About Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). The j g y g instructor will share test-taking tips and study strategies, and he will review critical materials that will directly assist you in passing the PMP exam. The course includes a comprehensive workbook and a sample exam. -Understand basic concept of Project Management -Learn about PM essential knowledge Course -5 Project management process groups & 44 project Objective management processes - Learn about project performance measurement technique - Project management software utilization technique Who This course is ideal for individuals who need to prepare for the should PMP certification exam as quickly and effectively as possible. attend Teaching PMBOK Guide 4th Edition The PMP Exam(How to pass on Edition, material your first try, 4th edition)Course OverviewDay y Contents 1 Module 0 Introduction PMP(The PMP certification process , PMP eligibility requirements , The PMP credential examination) Module 1 The Project Management Framework Module 2 Project Life Cycle and Organization 2 Module 3 Project Management Processes for a Project Module 4 Integration Management g g Module 5 Scope Management 3 Module 6 Time Management Module 7 Cost Management 4 Module 8 Quality Management Module 9 Human Resource Management Module 10 Communications Management 5 Module 11 Risk Management Module 12 Procurement Management Module 13 Professional and Social Responsibility -1-
Teaching materials PMBOK 4th Edition The PMP Exam: - December, 2008 How to Pass on Main textbook of PMP Exam. Your First Try - April 1, 2009 (Publisher PMI) This book provides all the information project managers need to thoroughly prepare for the PMP Exam. (Author: Andy Crowe) (Publisher: Velociteach)Process of training Check main Explain each Review about contents and exam chapter of PMBOK previous exam test for each Guide. questions. chapter. Provide project management template useful template, website information and files for the examPMP Certification QualificationsCandidates for PMI’s PMP certification must have at least 35 hours of project managementclassroom and/or eLearning experience. In addition, if they have a Bachelor’s degree (or globalequivalent), they must have 4,500 hours of project management experience over three years/36months. With no such degree, 7,500 hours of project management experience over five years/60months are required Candidates must pass the four hour computer-based 200 question exam required. four-hour computer based 200-questionand should submit the PMP application directly to PMI. Exam fees must also be paid directly toPMI before the examination. For more information, go to www.pmi.org. -2-
Instructor Han Donghwan, PMP, PMI-RMP Han Dongwhan is a senior consultant and trainer with extensive experience in conducting web development projects for the Information Technology industry. He is well involved in the Korean project management community by volunteering for the PMI® S th j t t it b l t i f th South Korea Chapter as well as the Korea Project Management Association (KPMA). Han is author of several books and was involved in the translation of the PMBOK® Guide 3rd and 4th editions. Professional Experience PMinside, 2010 – Present President of PMinside. Specializing in the delivery of project management courses and certificate programs; Areas of expertise cover all aspects of project management including stakeholder analysis, WBS, scheduling, WBS scheduling budgeting and risk management management. Independent Consultant, South Korea, 2005 – 2010 Project Management Trainer. Taught project management for Kwangwoon University, Korea Sun Microsystems Training Center as well as Korea Database Agency Training Center. CoTech, South Korea, 2003 – 2005 Head of Training Department. Led a team of XML language instructors. CIDOW, South K CIDOW S h Korea, 2001 – 2003 Project Manager. Delivered website development consulting and project management services. Education • Master of Global Project Management, Soongsil University, South Korea. • Bachelor of Engineering and Chemical Technology, Dankook University, South Korea. Selected Publications and Lectures • PMP Pass, February 2010. • “Risk Management for Project Performance Improvement”, Korean Crystal Ball Conference, 2008. • “Software skills for project performance improvement”, Project Management Symposium KPMA, 2008. • Web Project Management February 2002 Management, 2002. -3-