Col (Retd) Javed Iqbal
CEO MavenProjects
BE, PMP, RMP, Prince2, CBAP,
PE,psc,ptsc, 6 Sigma Black Belt




Online Live Training
  PMP Course Summary
  • This PMP Course is based on the best practices, and latest techniques, developed globally in the field of Project Management. 
  • It introduces the trainees to the current Project Management systems that can improve the probability of project success, utilizing the minimum financial, human, and material resources.
  • This PMP course has been designed keeping in view the PMP Exam based on the latest Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), 6th Edition.
  • The course comprises of complete and thorough study of PMBOK, 6th Edition.
  • Includes practical examples of all the 10 Knowledge Areas and 49 management processes.
  • 300+ questions from the Rita book, practiced during training.
  • Handy reference charts.
  • Elements of theoretical contents, practical examples, problem solving, and group discussions are included.
  • Guidance for PMP Exam preparation.

  • The trainees will be thoroughly prepared for the PMP Certification Exam.
  • The trainer will be available to provide guidance for the PMP exam preparation, even after the completion of the PMP course.
  • Free training material, lunch, tea are included.
  • The students will be issued with Certificate of 35 Contact hours (PDUs), the eligibility criteria by PMI for PMP examination. The certificate will be issued by training and consultancy company MavenProjects, and will be acceptable by PMI.

  Course Outline

  The PMP Course includes the following modules:
  • Characteristics of Project Management. The discussion will develop the subject into the need for project management. What is PMO and how it can help the organizations? What exactly is the role of a project manager? These are some of the questions that the topic addresses. 
  • Project Life Cycle. The module discusses the project phases and project governance across the Project Life Cycle. 
  • Organizational Influence.  A project is influenced by several factors in an organization. The structure, policies, and the reporting relationships can impose various restrictions on the project work. The module discusses how an organization evolves over a period of time by improving the Organizational Process Assets.
  • Project Management Processes. The module discusses the general project management processes and their interactions. There are 47 processes recommended by PMI (USA) that may lead to project success. The module discusses the categorization of these processes under the classic 5 process groups. 
  • Project Integration Management. Project Integration Management includes the processes and actions required to identify, define, combine, and coordinate the various processes and project management activities within the Project Management Process Groups.
  • Project Scope Management.  Project Scope Management includes identifying all the work that is necessary for the project completion. The module includes Collection of Requirements, and encompasses scope control.
  • Project Time Management. This section discusses the methodology for the timely completion of projects. Adherence to project schedule is of utmost significance to the project success.
  • Project Cost Management.  It is one of the most important disciplines of Project Management and the core of the project success. The methods for cost estimation, and preparation of project budget are discussed. Earned Value Management is an essential component of evaluation and monitoring of project costs and schedule.

  • Project Quality Management. The module includes execution of the quality management system by appropriate quality policy and procedures, with continuous process improvement activities conducted throughout the project life cycle. 
  • Project Human Resource Management. It includes the processes that organize, manage, and lead the project team. The project team consist of the people from diverse background with varied culture, and their management needs specialized knowledge and skills. 

  • Project Communications Management.  It includes the processes required to ensure timely and suitable generation, collection, distribution, storage, retrieval, and disposition of project information. Proper and timely communication with stakeholders has a great influence on the project success.
  • Project Risk Management.  It includes the processes of conducting risk management planning, identification, analysis, response preparation, monitoring and control on a project. It seeks at increasing the probability and impact of positive events, decreasing the probability and impact of negative events on the project.
  • Project Procurement Management.  This module includes the processes essential to the purchase or acquire of products, services, or results required from outside the project team. It discusses different types of contracts, procurement documents, and how to manage contracts. 

  • Project Stakeholder Management. This module includes the processes essential to develop strategy to manage project stakeholders.
  • Exam Preparations. Attempting an examination is a specialized art, and is essential to pass. Unless an examinee is familiar with these techniques, it may be difficult to successfully attempt the 200 questions of PMP examination.