PMI Scheduling Professional training PMI-SP® is designed to provide practical, hands-on experience in the planning, development, maintenance, analysis, communication, and reporting of project schedules as well as tips and strategies for passing the Project Management Institute’s PMI-SP® Certification Exam. The project schedule is often one of the most visible elements of project management in an organization. Learn methods to help ensure that your schedules provide valuable information, early warning of potential problems and analysis capability throughout the project life cycle.This course covers the tasks included in each of the five domains tested on the PMI-SP® Certification Exam.
Prepare for the PMI Scheduling Professional PMI-SP® certification exam through this four-day, instructor led course. This course offers an in-depth look at project scheduling through a PMI® perspective and is delivered in a combination of lecture and hands-on learning format. In this boot camp style course, you will receive a comprehensive introduction and overview of project scheduling. The course content is based on the PMBOK® Guide, 5th edition and the Practice Standard for Scheduling.
- PMI Scheduling Professional® training: What you will achieve
- An orientation to the topics and structure of the PMI-SP® Certification Exam,
- Knowledge in the five domains covered on the exam:
- Schedule Mission Management, Schedule Creation,
- Schedule Maintenance, Schedule Analysis and
- Schedule Communication/Reporting
- Understanding of Critical Scope Elements — identify the components of the project scope documentation that drive the structure of your project schedule.
- Capability in Creating Project Schedules — create effective schedule models that represent your project work and the dependencies between activities.
- Ability to Update Schedules — learn how to apply status and changes to your schedule to maintain an up to date view of schedule health.
- Analysis Skills — gain the ability to identify potential schedule issues and learn methods to address them.
- Experience with Project Communications and
- Reporting — create and understand various types of communication and reporting formats and the audience for each.
- An opportunity to take a practice exam modeled after questions encountered on the PMI-SP® Certification Exam
- PMI Scheduling Professional® training: What you will learn
- Tasks included in the five domains identified in the PMI-SP® Examination
- Specification: Schedule Mission Management, Schedule Creation,
- Schedule Maintenance, Schedule Analysis and Schedule Communication/Reporting.
- How to translate Critical Scope Components — extract key milestones and project constraints and incorporate them into your project schedule.
- Project Time Management Processes — learn activity definition and sequencing, schedule development, and resource planning and management.
- Critical Path Methodology — identify the activities that are most likely to cause your project to be late.
- Methods to Update and Analyze your Schedule — learn the preferred approach to applying status and changes to your project and understand how to analyze resulting impacts.
- Options for Problem Resolution — create “what-if” scenarios to compare various possible approaches to schedule issues, including fast-tracking and crashing.
- Types of Project Reports — understand the benefits and applications of various project reports and how to interpret them.
- How to Convey Schedule Information — create the necessary communication pieces to inform stakeholders.
- Tips and strategies for studying for the PMI-SP® Certification Exam.
Benefits of PMI Scheduling Professional® Training To Individuals
- You will understand different approaches to scheduling
- Learn to Identify different Scheduling scenarios
- You will understand your unique role as a scheduler.
- Meet project deadlines
- Get a designation that gives you recognition
- Increases your earning potentials
- BENEFITS OF PMI SCHEDULING PROFESSIONAL® TRAINING TO ORGANIZATION
- All projects will be delivered to time and on schedule.
- You would have a professional handling your schedule
- Decreased turnaround time;
- User deadlines met;
- Improved communications within project and among users
- Avoidance of overloading and under use of resources
- Job delays more readily apparent and can be avoided
- Documentation of scheduling deviations and their causes
- Predictability of the effects of an increased workload
PMI Scheduling Professional® training Certification Requirements
- 3,500 hours spent in the specialized area of professional project scheduling within the last five consecutive years
- 30 contact hours of formal education in the specialized area of project scheduling
- 5,000 hours spent in the specialized area of professional project scheduling within the last five consecutive years
- 40 contact hours of formal education in the specialized area of project scheduling
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