This course was design to project managers in beginning of career that want to acquire the theoretical and practical fundamental knowledge, the terminology, and the management processing effective of projects. The use of dynamic pedagogical methodologies, based on simulation and using appropriate software, the success of the CAPM® exam, to all those who attend it.
:: Induce the trainees of theoretical and practical knowledge of all the field of knowledge of the PMBOK® guide, required to successfully complete the CAPM® certification exam.
:: Induce in the trainees the tools and knowledge required to execute the methodologies in practice in day-to-day project management.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is intended for those who have little or no experience in project management: Project manages in beginning of carrier, team members of projects and those that want to obtain CAPM® certification.
40h ~ 40 PDU’s
Presential Sessions: Saturdays [9am – 1pm; 2pm – 6pm]
E-Learning Sessions (EL): Monday and Friday [6pm – 9pm]
5, 7, 11, 14, 18, 21 of March
1, 4, 8 and 9 of April
Lisboa, Porto, Maputo, São Paulo e Belém
290 € + iva (until February 22)
450 € + iva
> Possibility of payment in two installments, one with the registration and the second till half of the course, March 12.
> 1stOnly Talent® reserves the right to cancel the event if there isn’t a minimum of participants, in that case the value that were already payed will be refunded.
How it works
The trainees should have an informatic system with internet connection that allows the access to the education platform used by the 1stOnly Talent®.
SP1 – Introduction to Profession, the PMP® Exam and Project Management
Presentation | How it works | 1stOnly Talent E-learning platform | Project Management (Introduction and historical perspective) | The Project Management Institute (PMI®) | The professional certification programs | Project Manager’s profession | The process of application to the exam | Exam’s environment | Necessary preparation | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of representative issues of the knowledge areas | PMBOK® Guide presentation | Knowledge areas | Processes groups | Projects Phases | Projects organizational involvement | Organization Types | Intervention Methodologies | Project Management Office concept | Programs | Portfolios | Integrated management of Subsidiary Plans | Representative issues of the knowledge area simulation
EL1 – Scope Management, Time and Cost
Requirements documentation| Requirements Management Plans | Technical and scope management tools(WBSM PBS, modeling and prototyping) | List of activities | Attributes| Life Cycle| Milestones| Sequencing diagrams (CPM) | Precedence diagrams (PDM ) | Problem of resource constraints, leveling and allocation | Estimate of activities (PERT, parametric models, three points estimation) | Plan optimization (CPM, CCPM, simulation and construction of reference plane) | Knowledge areas of subsidiary plans integrated management | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues
EL2- Risk and Quality Management
| Risk, opportunities, and threats | Risk identification | Risk registration| Possible impacts analysis | Risk management and alternatives conception | Simulation techniques of project global risk | Quality management | Continuous improvement in processes and procedures | Relevant policies and procedures (ISO and IEC) | Specific models of continuous improvement(CMMITM) | Delivery and result | Inspections | Audits | Control Charts | Diagrams | Templates
EL3 – Communication Management and Stakeholders
Communication plan (Who, When, What, Why and By Whom) | Internal Communication | External Communication | Corporate communication | Vertical Communication | Official Communication | Written communication | Verbal and nonverbal communication | Potential stakeholders identification | Stakeholders rating | Stakeholders involvement | Stakeholders reactions evaluation | Communications with stakeholders management processes | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues
EL4 – Human Resources management and Procurement management
Project Team | Human Resource Management Plan | Capping of resources | Responsibilities and functions definition | Motivation techniques motivation, reward | Team Management | Team Management in crisis situations | Team Management in multicultural environments | Management of acquisitions | Plan purchases and acquisitions | Hiring planning | Prospecting and identification of suppliers | Request delivery proposals | Select Suppliers | Contract management and termination | Types of contract | Fixed price contracts | Refundable cost contracts | Contracts for time and material | Acquisition documents | Supplier Evaluation Criteria | Supplier weighting system | Selection of Suppliers | Acquisition Planning | Award of procurement contracts
EL5 – Coaching, Teambuilding, Motivation, Leadership, Negotiation e conflict management
Success Components | The star of leadership | Emotional intelligence | Relationship Management | Team Leadership | Coaching | FAST Model | Teambuilding | Leadership | Emotional intelligence | Credibility factors | Motivation Factors and Strategies | Situational Leadership | Trading | Behavior | Conflict | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas
EL6 – Project Control and the EVM
Fundamental concepts | Control | Execution | Integrated Control Changing | Control System of changing | Checklists | Execution | Execution process group | Product and Project | Project Baselines | Evaluation Instruments | Earned Value | Variable | Actual Cost | Gain Value | Cost Variation | Time Variation | Cost Performance indices | Calculation of the Gain Value | Other performance indices | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas
EL7 – Integration
Linking the entire process-based project management model of the PMBOK Guide® | Integration and simulation | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
EL8 – Professional Ethical Code of Project Management
PMI®’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct | Vision and goal | Code Application | Code Values | Desirable and mandatory conduct | Responsibilities Description | Desirable Standards | Code Structure | Values | Desired Conduct | Mandatory Conduct | Regulation and legal requirements legal | Ethical Complaints | Description and respect | Desirable patterns | Mandatory standards | Equity | Conflicts of interest | Favoritism and Discrimination | Desirable honesty standards | Abusive behavior | Loyalty obligation | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues
SP2 – Exam Simulation
Integral realization exam simulation with 200 questions, as a revision and discussion of results obtain.
(SP – Presential session; EL –E-Learning session)
PMP® certified trainer with significant experience in PMI® certification exam preparation training.