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Prep for PMP Certification Exam

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The general purpose of this course is to prepare participants to be awarded   a certification in PMP THROUGH discussing exam’s requirements and questions analysis. In addition to that this course aims to assist participants in placement of project life cycle through thorough description to the five operations process and the ten steps in project management

Target Audience:

Project Managers and staff, Executive managers and top management , Others interested in  PMP certificates.


  • Definition  basic  terms and introduce the relationship between the portfolio and , program and PM   
  • Describe how the organizations conditions effect the methods used in PMP 
  •  Introduce  the integration of the relative operations and activities
  • Division of project process that includes all required activities
  • Calculate the duration of the activities required to finalize the project
  • Estimation of activities cost and projects budgets
  • Determining the policies and goals of the project quality
  • Aggregation of project’s team and managing performance
  • Establish project’s   risk management plan and project’s risks
  • Planning for purchases steps and accruing products and services from external sources
  • Analyzing the projects  owners expectations and their effects on the project.

Assessment Strategy:

  • Pre and Post training test to measure knowledge and learning levels
  • Engage trainees in exercises and group activities
  • Evaluation form to be filled by trainees

Day 1

Module 1: Overview of PMP certificate

  • PMI
  • Overview of accredited certification
  • Overview of the exam
  • Applications
  • Formulation of questions

Module 2: Introduction about PMP

  • PMBOK handbook
  • Project managers fears
  • The portfolio, programs and projects
  • Definition of the project

Module 3: Organizational effects and project life cycle

  • Types of companies
  • Project’s constraints
  • Operations sets
  • Fields of Knowledge

Day 2

Module 4: Integration Management

  • Development of project’s charter
  • Development projects management plan
  • Directing and managing projects work process
  • Monitoring and controlling
  • Monitoring integration change 
  • Project finalization
  • Case studies and questions

Module 5: Scope Management

  • Planning scope management
  • Collecting of the requirements
  • Determining of the scope 
  • Constructing work divisions
  • Detecting the creativeness of the scope 
  • Controlling the scope
  • Questions and exercises 

Day 3

Module 6: Time Management

  • Planning the management of time schedule
  • Recognizing the activities
  • Sequences of activates
  • Estimation of activity resources
  • Estimation of activity duration
  • First day
  • Setting the time schedule
  • Controlling the time schedule
  • Questions and exercises

Day 4

Module 7: Costs Management

  • Planning the costs management
  • Estimation of costs
  • Deterring the budget
  • Controlling the costs

 Module 8:   Quality assurance

  • Planning QA
  • QA procedures
  • Quality control
  • Questions and exercises  

Day 5

Module 9: Human Resource Management

  • Planning HR
  • Acquiring HR team
  • Developing project’s  team
  • Managing  project’s  team

 Module 10: Connection Management

  • Planning connection management
  • Controlling connection management
  • Questions and exercises

Day 6 

Module 11: Risk Management

  • Planning Risk Management 
  • Determining risks
  • Analyzing quality risk
  • Analyzing quantity risk
  • Planning risk responses
  • Controlling the risks
  • Questions and exercises

Day 7

Module 12 : Purchases Management

  • Planning purchases management
  • Implementation of purchases
  • Controlling the purchases
  • Questions and exercises

Day 8

Module 13: Owners Management

  • Determining  the Owners
  • Planning Owners Management
  • Managing  Owners Management participation
  • Controlling Owners Management participation
  • Questions and exercises
  • General Review
  • How to register for the exam
  • Simulation exam
PMP course from WFI has given me chance to learn Project Management as well as it was very easy to crack PMI exam
Hana T.
Operation Associate
We offer (Project Management - PMP®) course to enhance your experience in this field and enrich you with extensive information and workshops, for 35 training hours to meet one of the basic requirements for your registration in the PMP exam.
Yes, projects are developing in the current era. Every professional and capable project manager has a good job level.
It is characterized by several points, including that it is the most famous certification in the world in this area and earns its holder a qualitative addition in science and management expertise and is a prerequisite for some jobs in many bodies.
No, the fee includes the course and the simulated exam of the basic exam for a whole month.
Requires 3 years or more of experience in project management professional. And attend a training course of not less than 35 hours.
Yes, this certificate is supported by HRDF.

3149.1 SAR

3499 SAR

Including VAT

Course Number: L&M-PMI-030215
Course Language: English
Duration: 8 Day(s)