Glen Oaks Community College Customized Training

PMP Certification Exam Prep Course

Course Description

The intensive exam preparation course will provide participants with the knowledge needed to pass the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®’s)
Project Management Professional examination (PMP® exam). The workshop is kept up to date with the framework of knowledge outlined by the
Project Management Institute’s PMBOK® Guide. The instructors (PMP® certified) will share test-taking tips, study strategies, and review
of critical materials that will directly assist you in passing the PMP® exam. The course includes a comprehensive workbook and a sample
examination. This course meets the 35-hour requirement to take the exam.

Course Length: 40 hours
Date(s): December 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 2018
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Price: $900 per person (lunch is provided)
Location: Glen Oaks Community College – Dresser Business Development Auditorium
Payment and Cancellation Policy: We will invoice your company for payment. The classes will be cancelled if the minimum required participants to hold the session is not met one (1) week prior to the start date. Please make sure to register early.


A minimum of 10 participants are required to hold this course.


Please make sure to RSVP for the training session by November 26th, 2018 to Paul Aivars.

Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) Designation:

This training provider holds the PMI R.E.P. designation, which is the highest mark of excellence in project management training. R.E.P.s are organizations approved by PMI to offer project management training. R.E.P.s must meet or exceed PMI’s rigorous quality standards and requirements.

Because they are aligned with PMI, R.E.P.s are preferred by:

  • Organizations seeking to manage their talent and develop effective project teams
  • Practitioners seeking certification preparation and continuing education


Learning Objectives

  1. Becoming a PMP
  2. Framework for Project Management
  3. Project Integration
  4. Project Scope
  5. Time Management
  1. Cost Management
  2. Quality Management
  3. Human Resources
  4. Communications
  5. Risk Management
  1. Project Procurements
  2. Stakeholder Management
  3. Review and Exam Prep
  4. Summary and Next Steps


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