The professional certification of project managers, especially on the Project Management Professional (PMP®) of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) is a fundamental factor for the personal and professional development of these professionals. PMI® is the association of professional project managers, leader in creating professional standards and professional certification.
This course is absolutely unheard of in the market. This is a new course based on the extra PMP® Exam Preparation Calendar course we developed at the end of 2016 and which is a 1stOnly Talent® solution, especially aimed at professionals who want to prepare quickly, efficiently and properly for the PMP® exam.
In addition to containing all the topics of the already reputed intensive course of preparation for the PMP® examm this course allows 100% distance participation, since the sessions in Lisbon will be transmitted to all the enrolled ones and will be used the new technological platform 1stOnly Talent®‘s, widely tested in the End of 2016, and will allow recording of the course at 100%. Thus all participants will be able to participate in all sessions whether they are present in the physical or virtual rooms or for access to recordings.
:: Provide participants with the necessary knowledge to successfully complete the Project Management Professional (PMP®)
:: Provide the acquisition of methodological concepts of integrated project management, aligned with the international reference standard, the Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide (PMBOK®), and the best practices of the Project Management Institute®
:: Develop skills to use the tools, tools, techniques and knowledge needed to integrate and manage project development teams.
:: Project Managers
:: Members of PMO teams and potential Chief Project Office of different functional areas, with experience or prospects of future integration in project management teams
:: Other professionals in the project area who wish to obtain Project Management Professional (PMP®)
Presential Sessions (SP): Saturdays [9h-13h; 14h-18h] 28/1; 25/2; 11/3 e 18/3;
Recorded Sessions (SG): All Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays [17h-20h]
Video Conference Sessions (VC): all Fridays 6ª [18h-19h]
Presential Sessions (SP): 28/1; 25/2; 11/3 e 18/3;
Recorded Sessions (SG): Todas as 3ª, 4ª e 5ª [17h-20h]:
February: 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23
March: 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16
Video Conference Sessions (VC): todas as 6ª [18h-19h]:
February: 3, 10, 17, 24
March; 3, 10, 17
Lisbon and/or 100% on distance or 100% virtual
Early Bird – 690 € + vat (until January, 7)
Regular – 1,200 € + vat
> 1stOnly Talent® reserves the right not to start the training at these dates if there are not enough participants. In this case, all payed values will be imediatly and fully reimbursed.
Trainees should have a computer or similar device with internet connection annd compliable wuth the used platform.
PMBOK Guide® Book (print version) | Course Manual | Templates for PMOs | Certificate of completion
How it works?
The model of pedagogical trainees preparation, in B-learning format, is based on a modular logic that enhances the interventions of each trainee. Throughout 4 face-to-face sessions (4 Saturdays) and 20 pre-recorded sessions in an E-learning format of 3 hours each, the trainee can participate at his own pace by accessing the recordings.
The sessions will be held on 28 January, 25 February and 11 and 18 March 2017. The first will aim to present and clarify all the principles that will be adopted during the operation, including those related to the platform As well as to address the main concepts of initiation and project planning. In the second face-to-face session, the nine areas of knowledge discussed in the sessions that have been recorded and in the E-learning format will be reviewed and all doubts clarified. In the last face-to-face sessions, the knowledge area related to Integration will be reviewed, with a large space dedicated to discussing and closing the remaining issues.
The 20 pre-recorded sessions that will be held between January 31 and March 17 will be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, the processes of each area of knowledge of the PMBOK® Guide will be addressed, carried out two exam simulations and the best way to achieve the right answers.
The video conference sessions every Friday from the 27th of January to the 17th of March have the objective of reviewing the pre-recorded material, with the presence of one of the 1stOnly Talent® trainers to coordinate the discussion about the week and indicate points of improvement and work. Although it is possible to follow these sessions also through the recordings, we recommend that the trainees have the objective of attending this weekly meeting.
Introduction to Profession, the PMP® Exam and Project Management
About Us | Mode of operation | The E-learning platform 1stOnly Talent | Project management (introduction and historical perspective) | The Project Management Institute (PMI®) | Professional Certification Programs | The Profession of the Project Manager | The application process for the exam | The Environment of the Exam | The necessary preparation | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of knowledge issues | Introducing the PMBOK® Guide | Knowledge Areas | Process Groups | Phases of projects | Organizational involvement in projects | Types of organization | Intervention methodologies | Concept of Project Management Office | Software | Portfolios | Integrated Management of Subsidiary Plans | Simulation of questions representative of the area of knowledge
Scope, Time and Cost Management
Documentation of requirements | Requirements management plans | Scope management techniques and tools (WBSM PBS, modeling and prototyping) | List of activities | Attributes | Life Cycle | Milestones | Sequencing diagrams (CPM) | Precedence Diagrams (PDM) | The Problem of Resource Constraint, Leveling, and Allocation | Activity estimates (PERT, parametric models, three point estimates) | Optimization of the plan (CPM, CCPM, simulation and construction of the reference plan) | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Clarification of doubts | Global Knowledge Area Review | Risk, Opportunities and Threats | Identification of risks | Registration risk | Analysis of possible impacts | Risk management and design of alternatives | Global Project Risk Simulation Techniques | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Quality management | Continuous improvement in processes and procedures | Relevant standards and procedures (ISSO and IEC) | Specific models of continuous improvement (CMMITM) | Delivery and results | Inspections | Audits | Control charts | Diagrams | Templates | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
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 | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Project team | Human resources management plan | Leveling of resources | Definition of responsibilities and attributions | Motivation techniques, reward | Team management | Team management in crisis situations | Team management in multicultural environments | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Communication Plan (Who, When, What, Why and By Whom) | Internal Communication | External Communication | Formal communication | Vertical communication | Official Communication | Written communication | Verbal and non-verbal communication | Stakeholder identification | Definition of the main objectives | Integrated Management of Subsidiary Plans of Knowledge Areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Identification of potential stakeholders | Stakeholder Classification | Stakeholder Involvement | Evaluation of stakeholder reactions | Management of communication processes with stakeholders | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Coaching and Teambuilding
Success Components | The star of leadership | Emotional intelligence | Self-awareness (emotional, rigorous and self-confidence) | Self-management (self-control) | Social conscience (empathy, organizational awareness and spirit of service) | Relationship Management | Team Leadership | Coaching | FAST Model | Informal Coaching | Formal Coaching | Teambuilding | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas
Project Control and EVM
Fundamental concepts | Control | Execution | Integrated change control | Change control system | Checklists | Execution Process Group | Product and project | Baselines of the project | Evaluation instruments | Earned Value | Variables | Current cost | Earned value | Cost variation | Variation of time | Cost performance index | Weather Performance Index | Calculation of the gain value | Other performance indices | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Review of Knowledge Areas and their Integration
Review of key concepts learned in E-learning sessions | Lessons Learned | Difficulties and problem solving | Simulation review | Concrete examples of techniques and tools | The area of knowledge Integration | The key documents | The processes, inputs, tools and techniques and outputs of 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
Motivation and Leadership
Leadership | Manage vs. Leading | Leadership styles | Leader Qualities | Power Supplies | Types of personality | Leadership Competency | Emotional intelligence | Credibility factors | Motivation | Motivation Factors and Strategies | Attributes and Motivational Factors | Situational Leadership | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Negotiation and Conflict Management
Trading | Trading models | Negotiation process | Contact Us | Behavior | Conflict | Types of Conflict | Conflict Patterns | Conflict management | Communication Techniques | Win / Win trading process | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Monitoring and Control of Projects | The EVM Method | Implementing the EVM Model | EVM Integrated Exercise | Closing and Next Steps | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Professional Code of Ethics of the Project Manager
The PMI® Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct | Vision and Objective | Application of the Code | Code Values | Desirable and obligatory conduct | Description of responsibilities | Desirable Patterns | Code Structure | Alores | Desired conduct | Compulsory conduct | Legal regulations and requirements | Ethical complaints | Description and respect | Desirable Patterns | Required standards | Equity | Conflicts of interest | Favoritism and Discrimination | Honesty Patterns Desirable | Abusive behavior | Obligation of loyalty | | Integrated management of subsidiary plans of knowledge areas | Simulation and diagnosis of questions representative of the knowledge area
Exam Simulation I
Simulated integral realization of the Exam containing 200 type questions and their discussion.
Simulation of Exam II (4 hours)
Real-time exam simulation.
Closing and subsequent steps
Review of issues raised in previous sessions | Training Closure | Professional Training | Career Opportunities | Professional and Personal Certification and Impacts
:: Fernando Freitas Torre
He is an independent consultant and trainer at 1stOnly Talent®, specializing in behavioral areas. Leadership, Team Motivation, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and all other advanced techniques and human resource management tools are applied and taught by Fernando Torre.
With more than 20 years of experience in the management of companies from various sectors, he has held administrative and administrative positions in the financial and administrative areas, is certified by the International School of Professional Coaching as Coach and Coach Trainer and also holds the certification PNL – License Practitioner, awarded by the Society of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
Fernando Torre holds a degree in Economics from the Faculty of Economics of Porto, a post-graduate degree in Taxation from ISAG and a post-graduate degree in Business Administration from the Construction Industry by Porto Business School, the Business School of the University of Porto and is teaching teacher Superior in the Higher Institute of Economics and Management (ISEG) of Lisbon.
:: José Ângelo Pinto, PMP, OPM3
He is an independent consultant and trainer at 1stOnly Talent®, specializing in organization management and implementation of PMOs, Earned Value (EVM) and organizational maturity of project management. He holds management positions in numerous organizations and is part of the corporate bodies of more than 30 companies and institutions. At the international level, he is one of the special advisors of the Project Management Institute for the area of consulting and for the management of organizational projects.
With more than 25 years of professional experience as an entrepreneur, consultant, academic and researcher, he has been a guest instructor in Project Management at several institutions and universities, having been PMP® certified since 2005. He is also certified as a Consultant and Trainer in OPM3 since 2011, by PMI®.
José Ângelo Pinto holds a degree in Business Administration, a Master in Information Systems from the University of Minho and a PhD in Economics and Management from the University of La Rioja (Spain), completing the curriculum and the defense of “Tesina”. He is co-director of the Master’s Degree in Project Management at the Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão de Felgueiras, at the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (IPG’s ESTGF), and is a post-graduate lecturer in Project Management at Porto Business School.
:: José Miguel Vieira, PMP
He is an independent consultant and trainer at 1stOnly Talent®. He has been the administrator of several organizations of information systems and technologies and has specialized in the implementation of management information systems for organizations of all sizes. With more than 15 years of experience in project management, he has acted as consultant and trainer in companies of different areas, particularly in industry and public administration. He is also a teacher in professional education and director of several computer courses.
José Miguel Vieira holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Minho, a post-graduate degree in Project Management from ISLA and a PMP® certificate since 2005. He is also Vice President Finance and Marketing at PMI Portugal Chapter.