Program Management Professional (PgMP) Certification

5-Days - $1,449.00

Program Management is a hot topic in organizations around the world.  Program Management is the centralized management of projects and operational efforts to achieve benefits not available when managing separately. 

 

Formalized Program Management methodology (PMI) has been identified as a critical success factors for companies, government organizations, and non-profits around the world. 

 

The course is designed to review and emphasize the program processes and life-cycle, terms, tools, and governance models required for taking and passing the PgMP® certification examination

The entire course content is 100% compliant with the “The Standard for Program Management” from the Project Management Institute (PMI®)

 

This course features:

  • Complete review and study of the 5 Performance Domains and Program Life-cycle Phases

  • Identification of management variances from Project Management methodologies

  • Review and hands on practice with sample test questions, problems and practical exercises

  • Review and use of program strategic alignment, vision, goals and objectives, benefit management, change, and risk

What are the course goals? 
  • Understand terms, acronyms, and formulas specific to the Standard for Program Management

  • Learn the processes and knowledge areas specific to the Standard for Program Management

  • Inputs, tools and techniques and outputs for the Program Life-cycle 

  • Comprehend test taking strategies with technical, process and situational questions for the PgMP® Exam

  • Understand PMI’s specific methods and expectations for managing projects (“PMI’isms”)

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand qualifications and application processes for the PgMP exam

  • To sit for and pass the PgMP certification exam

  • Understand existing program / project practices and processes

  • Understand project tools and procedures that can or may be implemented to improve or establish formal program management methodologies.

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