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PMP® Certification Training Course in Sofia, bulgaria
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EUR 659
PMP® Certification Training Course in Sofia, bulgaria
Rated 5/5 based on 308 votes 10255
EUR 539
PMP® Certification Training Course in Sofia, bulgaria
Rated 5/5 based on 308 votes 10255
EUR 539
PMP® Certification Training Course in Sofia, bulgaria
Rated 5/5 based on 308 votes 10255
EUR 539
PMP® Certification Training Course in Sofia, bulgaria
Rated 5/5 based on 308 votes 10255
EUR 539
PMP® Certification Training Course in Sofia, bulgaria
Rated 5/5 based on 308 votes 10255
EUR 1090


The Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification is an internationally-recognised project management qualification, developed by the PMI®. Many global organisations choose the PMI as a means to achieve a worldwide project management standard – with individuals accredited to a qualification recognised in most countries.

Having a PMP certification, demonstrates breadth of knowledge and can increase your earning potential.

The PMP® certification can improve your chances of getting a job, increase your earning potential and increase your networking and job opportunities.

Project management Certification is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives.

Do you know this?

a. According to the PMI biennial salary survey, the number of years of project management experience continues to have an impressive impact. Twenty-seven percent of participants had reported salary increases of at least five percent in the year before they completed the survey.

b. PMP® profession is rapidly expanding beyond the borders of the United States and Europe and growing at breakneck pace in countries like India and China, thus project management becomes the target of cost rationalization and cost reduction.

c. 80% of high-performing projects are led by a certified project manager where 59% say either most departments or their entire organization uses standard project management practices.

d. Between 2010 and 2020, 15.7 million new project management roles will be created globally, and the project management industry is slated to grow by $6.61 trillion.

Why learn and get Certified in PMP®?

a. A professional with PMP® certification will earn 20 percent more than the other Project Managers and can work virtually any industry, with any methodology and in any location.

b. As revealed by PMI, India will need to generate 500,000 project management professionals (PMPs) every year in order to handle ongoing and future projects, especially in infrastructure and power by 2020.

c. According to PWC survey, 80% of high-performing projects use PMP® certified project managers and the 2010 PMI Pulse of the Profession study found that organizations with more than 35% PMP® certified project managers had better project performance. Thus, a PMP® Certification provides a greater job opportunities in the global project management scenario.

d. Project management is not limited to any one industry but the demand for project management professionals is increasing in all industry sectors such as Engineering, Construction, Healthcare, Government, Energy and Transportation.

Course Objective

After the completion of this course, Trainee will:

a. Acquire the skills and knowledge to pass the PMP® certification exam and implement the project management concepts in real-life

b. Develop a working knowledge of the process groups and knowledge areas to monitor all stages of the project

c. Understand the dynamic nature of projects by analysing static case studies to control a given project effectively under the given constraints

d. Master the skills to manage, execute and deliver projects in line with best practices of project management

Course Agenda

Chapter 1 Introduction: What is PMP?

Chapter 2 Organization Influence and Project Life Cycle

Chapter 3 Project Management Processes

Chapter 4 Project Integration Management

Chapter 5 Project Scope Management

Chapter 6 Project Time Management

Chapter 7 Project Cost Management

Chapter 8 Project Quality Management

Chapter 9 Project Human Resource Management

Chapter 10 Project Communication Management

Chapter 11 Project Risk Management

Chapter 12 Project Procurement Management

Chapter 13 Project Stakeholder Management

Target Audience

This is one of the most valued and respected professional requirement for senior project management roles across all industries. This professional certification course is suited for:

a. Associate/Assistant Project Managers

b. Project Managers

c. Team Leaders/Team Managers

d. Project Engineers/Project Executives

e. Software Developers

f. Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager


a. A four year degree

b. 4500 hours of project management experience in leading and directing projects

c. 35 hours of project management education from a Registered Education Provider (REP)


a. A secondary degree (High school diploma, associate’s degree or global equivalent)

b. 7500 hours of project management experience in leading and directing projects

c. 35 hours of project management education from a Registered Education Provider (REP)

Exam Details

Application fee is about $405 for PMI® Member or $555 for Non-PMI® Member

Trainee has to answer 200 Multiple Choice Questions

Exam duration is 4 hours

To maintain your PMP®, you must earn 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) every three years

Who need 35 contact hours in PM education to qualify for the PMP® examination.

Note: This course is NOT for the project managers who are new to the job or fresh college graduates.


There are five steps in project management lifecycle namely:

1.Project conception or initiation
2.Project definition or planning
3.Project launch or execution
4.Project performance or control
5.Project close

What are the tools used by Project Managers in project planning?

The following are the tools used by the Project Managers in project planning:

  • Network Diagrams
  • Critical Path Method
  • Program or Project Evaluation and Review Methods
  • Gnatt Chart
  • Work Breakdown Structure
How will you define a project?

A project is a set of task/activities performed to create a product, services or results.

Who is a stakeholder?

A stakeholder is a person, organization or entity whose interest is affected positively or negatively because of the project

What is the difference between projects, programs and portfolios?

Projects are performed for a specific or a set of related purposes. The program is a set of projects managed in a coordinated manner to achieve parts of an overall goal. Whereas, Portfolio is a collection of projects, programs and even other portfolios that help the organization to achieve some high-level business purposes commonly.

What are the Knowledge Areas (KAs) relevant to do a project?

The following are some of the knowledge areas relevant to do a project namely:

  • Scope Management
  • Time Management
  • Cost Management
  • Quality Management
  • Communication
  • Procurement Management
  • Risk Management
What are the different techniques used for defining project scope?

The different techniques used for defining the project scope are:

  • Product Breakdown Structure
  • Requirements Analysis
  • System Engineering
  • System Analysis
  • Value Analysis
  • Alternative analysis
What is the tool used for arriving at process improvements?

GM or the goals, questions, and metrics are the tools used in arriving process improvements.

What is Application Audit?

According to PMI, all eligible applications are subject to audit. Trainees will be eligible for PMP certification exam upon successful completion of the audit.

What are the benefits of becoming PMP certified professionals?

The benefits of becoming PMP certified professionals are:

  • Increases your value to your organization
  • Increases marketability
  • Professional/personal recognition
  • Provides field advancement
  • Demonstrated ability to meet standardized and recognized project management of knowledge
  • Raises customer confidence in company services
What do you understand by plan baselines?

Plan baselines are the final version of all plans before the project execution starts. The project baselines are the starting versions of all related plans of a project such as schedule, the quality plan, and communication plan.

What is SOW?

SOW refers to Statement of Work, a detailed description of the project outcomes regarding products, services or results as expected from the project.

How do you define a milestone?

Milestone is a point in project schedule when some objective, result or a part of the planned services planned are achieved.

What is effort variance?

Effort variance is the estimated effort, and work performance monitored periodically to find if there is any variance in efforts.

What is Risk Register?

Risk Register is a document that contains all the identified risks of a project.

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