PMP & CAPM Certifications

This program equips participants with project management skills and techniques which ultimately makes them experts in successful project completion. This allows them plan, execute and monitor projects for successful completion, given the constraints posed by cost, scope, time and quality.

Participants will also cover the “how to” and “why” of each step in managing a project from beginning to end with a high probability of total success.


The primary objective for this training program is to:

  • Prepare participants to pass the PMP & CAPM credential examination on their first try.
  • Learn how to break down a large project into manageable chunks so that accurate time, cost, material, and labor estimates can be planned to avoid unnecessary variations during project execution.
  • Develop realistic schedules to avoid delays and embarrassment that lead to unforeseen increase in project cost, compromises in product quality and customer dissatisfaction.
  • Acquire the ability to assemble the right team for a project, develop and motivating them to deliver excellent performance on the job so that projects are completed successfully.
  • Carefully monitor and control ongoing projects to minimize deviations from planned activities and costs.


The PMP® certification scheme is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) against the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 17024. The 17024 standard includes vigorous requirements for examination development and maintenance and for the quality management systems for continuing quality assurance.
In addition, the PMP certification is also registered against the ISO 9001:2015 standard for quality management systems. This accreditation provides a third-party affirmation of quality in the development, management, and governance of the PMP certification. It also gives certification holders and organizations who employ them additional confidence in the PMP certification.

Target Audience

This course is designed for Executives, Managers, Supervisors and project team members who:

  1. Need Project Management credentials to set themselves apart.
  2. Desire to update their current PM knowledge and contribute more to their organization.
  3. Perform PM tasks as a part of their many roles.
  4. Want to break into the competitive and growing PM profession.

Course Content

The scope of the program is centered around the PMP Handbook and PMI Examination Content Outline which covers three broad areas namely:

    About half of the course content represents predictive project management approaches, while the other half represents agile or hybrid approaches to project management.
  • People - Manage conflict; Lead a team; Support team performance; Empower team members and stakeholders; Ensure team members/stakeholders are adequately trained; Build a team; Address and remove impediments, obstacles, and blockers for the team; Negotiate project agreements; Collaborate with stakeholders; Build shared understanding; Engage and support virtual teams; Define team ground rules.
  • Business Environment - Plan and manage project compliance; Evaluate and deliver project benefits and value; Evaluate and address external business environment changes for impact on scope; Support organizational change.
  • Processes - Execute project with the urgency required to deliver business value; Manage communications; Assess and manage risks; Engage stakeholders; Plan and manage budget and resources; Plan and manage schedule; Plan and manage quality of products/deliverables; Plan and manage scope; Integrate project planning activities; Manage project changes; Plan and manage procurement; Manage project artifacts; Determine appropriate project methodology/methods and practices; Establish project governance structure; Manage project issues; Ensure knowledge transfer for project continuity; Plan and manage project/phase closure or transitions.