2800 SAR 4500

Course information

Course language : Arabic
Start Date : 2024-Apr-22
Expiry Date : 2024-Apr-30
Course Level : Secondary certificate
Lectures : 35 Hour
Course Timing : 12:00:00am

Trainers

Project Management Professional (PMP)

Description of the training program (training course)

PMP certification is an abbreviation for the English word Project Management Professional, which means project management professional. This certification is offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI), a global non-profit organization dedicated to advancing project management practices. The PMP certificate is considered proof of the skills and experience obtained in planning, implementing, following up and managing projects efficiently in accordance with international standards. The PMP certificate skills are considered among the most important skills required to become a certified and experienced project manager. This certification is awarded by the Project Management Institute (PMI) to project managers who comply with the standards set by the institute. One of the benefits of the PMP course is that it gives project managers the ability to become effective leaders in their organizations in a wide range of industries and fields. Enrolling in a PMP course offers great opportunities to employers as well as employees. People who enroll in PMP courses can benefit from better job opportunities, higher salaries, and potential gains in the long run.

The general objective of the training program:

Preparing participants to manage projects effectively and efficiently, in accordance with international best practices, by providing them with the necessary knowledge and skills in all areas of project management.

Detailed objectives of the training program:

Full knowledge of:-

  • To understand everything related to project management
  • To understand how to plan a project
  • To implement the project
  • To understand how to communicate on a project:
  • To understand how to monitor and control a project
  • To understand project quality management
  • To know how to manage risks in the project
  • To learn how to manage change in a project
  • To learn how to close a project
  • To be prepared for the preparatory exam

 Training course outline:


First day:
• Introduction to project management:
o Definition of project management and its importance.
o Areas of knowledge in project management.
o Project life cycle.

• Project planning:
o Determine the scope of work and project objectives.
o Work breakdown structure (WBS).
o Assess risks and determine backup plans.
o Establish a project schedule.
o Determine the project budget.


the second day:
•    Project execution:
o Forming a work team and defining roles and responsibilities.
o Management of human and material resources.
o Monitor project progress and manage changes.
o Solving problems and making decisions.
• Project communication:
o Effective communication skills with stakeholders.
o Different communication techniques.
o Managing stakeholder expectations.


the third day:
• Project monitoring and control:
o Data collection and analysis.
o Measure performance and compare it with plans.
o Identify deviations from the plan and take corrective action.
o Risk management and control.
• Quality management in the project:
o Definition of quality in project management.
o Quality standards and measurement tools.
o Quality risk management.


the fourth day:
• Risk management in the project:
o Definition and classification of risks.
o Risk analysis and evaluation.
o Defining backup and risk management plans.
• Project change management:
o Definition of change and its types.
o Change management process.
o Impact on scope of work, schedule and budget.


The fifth day:
• Project closure:
o Evaluating the project results and achieving its objectives.
o Documenting lessons learned from the project.
o Close all project-related tasks and activities.
o Communicate project outcomes to stakeholders.
• Preparatory exam:
o A comprehensive review of the course content.
o Solving previous exam models.
o Tips and methods for effective preparation for the exam.

 

Advantages of applying the professional project management program PMP:


Professional project management software provides structured tools and methodologies to organize workflow and define tasks and responsibilities, which contributes to reducing errors and delays and improving the efficiency of project completion.
Professional project management software facilitates communication between team members and allows them to easily share information and updates, which enhances collaboration and contributes to the effective achievement of project goals.
Professional project management programs help evaluate potential risks that the project may face, and determine backup plans to deal with them, which reduces the risk of project failure and ensures its continuation.
Professional project management software provides accurate data and analysis about project progress, helping managers make informed decisions based on reliable information.
Professional project management software helps monitor work progress and identify any deviations from the plan, allowing the necessary corrective actions to be taken to improve performance and achieve desired goals.
Professional project management software contributes to improving the efficiency of use of time and resources, which reduces costs and contributes to financial savings.


Target groups:

  • Project managers
  • Project team members
  • Professionals in various fields
  • University students
  • Business owners
  • Personal skills:

Effective communication skills.
Leadership and motivation skills.
Problem solving and decision making skills.
Time and stress management skills.
Teamwork and cooperation skills.
Critical and analytical thinking skills.


Institutional benefit:

It helps to complete projects successfully and without obstacles: Applying effective project management methodologies contributes to overcoming obstacles that may face the progress of projects, which allows them to be completed successfully and without obstacles.
It improves their ability to manage projects effectively and enables them to apply the best international practices in project management, which helps them plan, implement and follow up projects effectively.
It contributes to raising the efficiency of their performance and achieving the best results for projects. By possessing the necessary skills and experience, they become able to manage projects with high efficiency and achieve the best results for the organization.
It helps reduce costs by improving the efficiency of using resources and reducing errors and delays: It reduces waste in the use of resources such as money, time, and labor, which contributes to reducing the overall costs of projects.
Improves the return on investment of projects and contributes to achieving better profits for the organization: By reducing costs and achieving better project results, the organization can improve its return on investment and achieve greater profits.
Develops communication, collaboration, problem-solving, and decision-making skills. The program provides project management staff with the necessary skills to communicate effectively with various stakeholders, collaborate with team members, solve problems that the project may face, and make sound decisions based on data analysis.

 Training course outline:


First day:
• Introduction to project management:
o Definition of project management and its importance.
o Areas of knowledge in project management.
o Project life cycle.

• Project planning:
o Determine the scope of work and project objectives.
o Work breakdown structure (WBS).
o Assess risks and determine backup plans.
o Establish a project schedule.
o Determine the project budget.


the second day:
•    Project execution:
o Forming a work team and defining roles and responsibilities.
o Management of human and material resources.
o Monitor project progress and manage changes.
o Solving problems and making decisions.
• Project communication:
o Effective communication skills with stakeholders.
o Different communication techniques.
o Managing stakeholder expectations.


the third day:
• Project monitoring and control:
o Data collection and analysis.
o Measure performance and compare it with plans.
o Identify deviations from the plan and take corrective action.
o Risk management and control.
• Quality management in the project:
o Definition of quality in project management.
o Quality standards and measurement tools.
o Quality risk management.


the fourth day:
• Risk management in the project:
o Definition and classification of risks.
o Risk analysis and evaluation.
o Defining backup and risk management plans.
• Project change management:
o Definition of change and its types.
o Change management process.
o Impact on scope of work, schedule and budget.


The fifth day:
• Project closure:
o Evaluating the project results and achieving its objectives.
o Documenting lessons learned from the project.
o Close all project-related tasks and activities.
o Communicate project outcomes to stakeholders.
• Preparatory exam:
o A comprehensive review of the course content.
o Solving previous exam models.
o Tips and methods for effective preparation for the exam.

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