Intensive Exam Preparation Course PMP – 3rd Edition

Professional certification of project managers, especially the Project Management Professional (PMP®) from the Project Management Institute (PMI®) established itself as a key factor in the personal and professional development of these professionals. PMI® is the association of professional project managers, leader in creating professional standards and professional certification.
The Preparation Intensive Course for PMP® Exam is a solution of 1stOnly Talent, especially directed to professionals who want to prepare themselves quickly and efficiently for the PMP® exam.

:: To provide participants the knowledge needed to perform successfully the certification exam Project Management Professional (PMP®)
:: Provide the acquisition of methodological concepts of integrated projects management, in line with the international standard of reference, the Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide (PMBOK®), and with the best practices of the Project Management Institute®
:: Developing skills for the use of instruments, tools, techniques and knowledge necessary to integrate and manage project development teams.

:: Project Managers
:: PMO team members and potentials Chief Project Office from different functional areas, with experience or prospects for future integration in project management teams
:: Other professionals from projects area seeking a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®)


Presential Sessions (PS): Saturday [9am – 1pm; 2pm – 6pm]
E-learning Sessions (EL): Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday[5pm – 8pm]

20, 23, 24, 25 of February
1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, 31 of March
2, 5, 6 of April

Lisboa, Porto, Maputo e Belém

Early Bird – 590 € + iva (until February 8)
Regular – 900 € + iva

> Payment can be done in two instalments: first when registering; second until half the course (March 15)
> 1stOnly Talent® reserves itself the right not to start training in scheduled dates if there is a minimum of trainees, in which case, the full amounts paid will be returned.

Participants must have a computer system with an internet connection that allows access to the e- learning platform used by 1stOnly Talent.

PMBOK Guide® book (printed English version) | Course Manual | PMOs templates| Certificate of Completion

How it works

The pedagogical training model, in B-learning format, based on a modular logic that enhances the interventions of each trainee. Over 3 presential sessions with one day duration (3 Saturdays) and 20 sessions in e-learning format, 3 hours each, the student can participate actively or at their own rhythm.
Presential sessions will be held at February 20 , March 12 and April 2. The first session will aim to present and clarify all the principles to be adopted during the operation, including those related to the learning platform and address the key concepts of initiation and project planning. The second presential session will revisit the nine knowledge areas covered in E-learning sessions, clarifying all doubts. The last presential session will review the area of ​​knowledge related to integration, reserving ample space dedicated to discussion and closing the remaining issues.
The 20 sessions in e-learning format to be held between February 23 and April 5, at Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, will approach the processes from each PMBOK® Guide knowledge area, with two exam simulations and group discussions about the best way to achieve the correct answers.


PS1 – Job, PMP® Exam and Project Management Introduction
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 and EL2 – Scope Management, Time and Cost
Requirements documentation| Requirements Management Plans|Technicaland scopemanagement tools(WBSM PBS, modeling and prototyping) | List of activities|Attributes|Life Cycle|Milestones|Sequencingdiagrams (CPM) | Precedencediagrams (PDM ) |Problem ofresource constraints, levelingand allocation|Estimate ofactivities(PERT, parametric models, threepoints estimation)|Planoptimization (CPM, CCPM, simulation and construction of reference plane) | Knowledge areas of subsidiary plans integrated management|Simulation anddiagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

EL3 – Risk Management
Answering questions| Knowledgeareaglobalreview|Risk,opportunities and threats|Risk identification| Risk registration| Possible impacts analysis|Risk managementand alternatives conception| Simulation techniques of project global risk | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation anddiagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

EL4 – Quality Management
Quality management|Continuous improvementin processes andprocedures|Relevantpolicies and procedures(ISOandIEC) | Specific modelsofcontinuous improvement(CMMITM) | Delivery andresult |Inspections|Audits| ControlCharts |Diagrams|Templates| Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation anddiagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

EL5 – Procurement
Procurement management| Purchases and Acquisitions planning|HiringPlan|Prospectingand identification ofsuppliers|Requestsupplytenders |Select suppliers| Managementand closingcontracts |ContractTypes|Fixed pricecontracts|Refundablecostcontracts | Contractsbytimeand equipment |Procurement documents|Supplier evaluationcriteria |Suppliersweightingsystem |Selecting Suppliers|ProcurementPlanning |Procurement contracts award | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation anddiagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

EL6 – Human Resources
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 | integrated management plans subsidiary of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

EL7 – Communications
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 | Stakeholders identification | Main goals definition | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

EL8 – Stakeholders Management
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

EL9 – Coaching and Teambuilding
Successful components | Leadership star | Emotional Intelligence | Self-awareness (emotional, rigorous and self-confidence) | Self-management (self-control) | Social awareness (empathy, organizational awareness and a spirit of service) | Relationships Management | Team Leadership | Coaching | FAST model | Casual Coaching | Formal Coaching | Teambuilding | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management

EL10 – The Project Control and the EVM
Fundamental concepts | Control | Execution | Integrated change control | Change control system | Checklists | Execution Process Group | Product and Project | Project Baselines | Assessment tools | Earned Value | Variables | Current Cost | Gain value | Cost variation | Time variation | Cost performance indicator | Time performance indicator | Gain value calculation | Other performance indicators | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

PS2 – Knowledge Areas and their Integration Review
Key concepts learned in the E-learning sessions review | Lessons Learned | Problems and troubleshooting resolution | Simulations review | Techniques and tools application concrete examples | Integration as a knowledge area | Fundamental documents | Integration processes, inputs, tools and techniques and outputs

EL11 – Integration
Entire project management based on PMBOK Guide® processes model connection | Integration and Simulation | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

EL12 – Motivation and Leadership
Leadership | Managing vs. Leading | Leadership Styles | Leader Qualities | Power Supplies | Personality types | Leadership Racing | Emotional Intelligence | Credibility Factors | Motivation | Motivation factors and strategies | Attributes and motivational factors | Situational Leadership | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

EL13 – Negotiation and Conflict Management
Negotiation | Negotiation Models | Negotiation process | Communication | Behavior | Conflict | Conflict Types | Conflict Standards | Conflict Management | Communication skills | “Win / Win” Negotiation process | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management

EL14 and EL15 – EVM
Project monitoring and control | EVM method | EVM Model Implementation | Integrated EVM Exercise | Closing and next steps | Subsidiary plans of knowledge areas integrated management | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge areas representative issues

EL16 – Professional Code of Ethics Project Manager
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

EL17 – Exam Simulation I
150 exam questions simulation

EL18 – Exam Simulation II
Exam simulation with 200typequestions

PS3 – Closing and next steps
Previous sessions review | Closing Training | Professional Preparation | Career | Certification and Professional and Personal Impacts

EL19 – Simulation Exam III
Exam simulation in real time

EL20 – Final Review
Completion of the formation | Clarification of possible doubts | Training Evaluation Questionnaire | Trainers Evaluation Questionnaire

(PS – Presential Session e EL – E-Learning Session)


:: Fernando Freitas Torre
Independent consultant and 1stOnly Talents trainer specialized in behavioral areas. Leadership, Team Motivation, NLP and all other advanced techniques and human resource management tools are applied and taught by Fernando Torre.
With over 20 years of experience in business management from various sectors, he held positions of management and administration in finance and administration areas. He is certified by the International School of Professional Coaching as Coach and Coach Trainer and also holder of NLP Certification – License Practitioner, awarded by the Society of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
Fernando Torre has a degree in Economics from the Faculty of Economics of Porto, a graduate degree in Taxation from ISAG and another one in Management of Construction Industry from Oporto Business School, the Business School from University of Porto. He’s a higher education professor in the School of Economics and Management (ISEG) of Lisbon.

:: José Ângelo Pinto, PMP, OPM3
Independent consultant and 1stOnly Talents trainer, specialized in organizations management and PMOs implementation, Earned Value management and organizational maturity in project management area. He held positions in numerous organizations and he is a member of governing bodies of more than 30 companies and institutions. Worldwide recognized as one of the special advisers of Project Management Institute® in consulting and organizational management projects.
With over 25 years of professional experience as entrepreneur, consultant, academic and researcher, he is invited by various institutions and universities to be a project management trainer, holding PMP® certification since 2005. He also has certification as a consultant and trainer in OPM3 from 2011 by PMI®.
José Ângelo Pinto holds a degree in Business Administration, a master degree in Information Systems from the University of Minho and a PhD in Economics and Management from the University of La Rioja (Spain), having completed the curricular part and the defense of “Tesina”. He is co-director of a Project Management Master at School of Technology and Management of Felgueiras, from Polytechnic Institute of Porto (IPP ESTGF), and is a lecturer at Project Management Post-Graduation at Oporto Business.

:: José Miguel Vieira, PMP
Independent consultant and 1stOnly Talents trainer. He was a director of several systems and information and communication technologies organizations, specialized in information systems management implementation in organizations of all kind. With over 15 years of project management experience, he is a consultant and trainer in different areas of business, particularly in industry and public administration. He’s also a teacher in vocational education and director of several computer courses.
José Miguel Vieira holds a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of Minho, a graduate degree in Project Management from ISLA and he has PMP® certification since 2005. He is PMI Portugal Chapters Vice-President Finance and Marketing.


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