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Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)

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Description

The Certified Associate course offers you the most effective way to get the project management skills you need to pass the Certified Associate in Project Management (PMBOK Guide 3rd Edition Aligned) certification exam. At the time of application, certification candidates must hold a minimum of a high school diploma or a global equivalent. The candidate must also attain one of the following to sit for the CAPM exams:

  • Option 1: 1,500 hours of project team experience; candidates choosing this option are required to complete the Experience Verification Forms as part of the testing application process; Project Management Institute (PMI) defines a project as a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique project, product or service.
  • Option 2: 23 hours of project management education; candidates choosing this option are required to complete a Project Management Education Form as part of the testing application process; PMI stipulates that course work must be completed at the time of the application.

During the course of this project management program, students study a number of areas, including:

  • An Introduction To Project Management
  • Project Lifecycle and Stakeholders
  • Introduction to Project Process Groups and Initiating a Project
  • Project Planning
  • Executing, Monitoring & Controlling and Closing a Project
  • Initiating a Project and Preparing the Project Plan
  • Project Integration: Executing and Completing a Project
  • Planning Project Scope
  • Controlling Project Scope
  • Elements of Project Time Management
  • Project Scheduling
  • Estimating Activity Costs
  • Budgeting and Controlling Costs
  • Planning for Quality
  • Performing Quality Assurance and Control
  • Elements of Project Human Resource Management
  • Implementing Project Human Resource Management
  • Communications Planning and Information Distribution
  • Performance Reporting and Stakeholder Management
  • Planning and Identifying Project Risk
  • Analyzing Project Risk
  • Responding to and Controlling Project Risk
  • Planning Project Procurement and Requesting Seller Responses
  • Choosing Sellers and Administering and Closing Contracts
  • Ethics and Professional Knowledge
  • Stakeholder Interests and Cultural Diversity

Outcomes

Certificate in Project Management (CAPM)

Assessment

course quick facts
course code PRO1091
cost $2199.00
estimated time to
complete course
120 Hours
course materials
available
12 Months