Considered an essential step for project team members, the CAPM
credential can benefit a wide range of individuals who want to
demonstrate a comprehensive and consistent understanding of the
application of their work. By gaining knowledge of project
management processes and terminology, project team members can
enhance their contributions to the team’s success.
The CAPM recognizes
individuals with a demonstrated understanding of the fundamental
knowledge, processes, and terminology as defined in A Guide to the
Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide...also used for
PMP), the standard of
project management’s good practices. The CAPM credential candidate
contributes to a project team as a subject matter expert and may
also serve as a sponsor, facilitator, liaison, or coordinator. These
project team members assume full or partial responsibility for
individual project tasks in their areas of expertise (e.g., finance,
marketing, legal), which may not be industry-specific, but relevant
across many functional areas and industries.
The CAPM is designed for project
team members who:
. Provide subject
matter expertise (e.g. marketing, finance, customer care,
. Serve as project team sponsors, facilitators, liaisons or
group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able
. Initiate a project.
. Define project scope.
. Develop schedule and cost performance baselines for a project.
. Plan project quality, staffing, and communications.
. Analyze project risks.
. Define project procurement requirements.
. Execute the project.
. Control the project.
. Close the project.
THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
. What is a Project?
. What is Project Management?
. Areas of expertise
. Project Management context
Project lifecycle and Organization
. The Project Life Cycle
. Project Stakeholders
. Organizational Influences
The Standard for Project management of a Project
. Project management Processes
. Project management Process groups
. Process Interactions
. Project management Process Mapping
THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE AREAS
. Process flow diagrams
. Major Project Documents
Project Integration management
. Develop Project charter
. Develop preliminary project scope statement
. Develop Project management plan
. Direct and manage project execution
. Monitor and control project work
. Integrated change control
. Close project
Project Scope Management
. Scope Planning
. Scope Definition
. Create WBS
. Scope Verification
. Scope Control
Project Time Management
. Activity Definition
. Activity Sequencing
. Activity Resource estimating
. Activity Duration estimating
. Schedule Development
. Schedule Control
Project Cost Management
. Cost Estimating
. Cost Budgeting
. Cost Control
Project Quality Management
. Quality Planning
. Perform Quality Assurance
. Perform Quality Control
Project Human Resource Management
. Human Resource Planning
. Acquire project Team
. Develop Project Team
. Manage Project Team
Project Communications Management
. Communications Planning
. Information Distribution
. Performance Reporting
. Manage Stakeholders
Project Risk Management
. Risk management Planning
. Risk Identification
. Qualitative Risk Analysis
. Quantitative Risk Analysis
. Risk Response Planning
. Risk Monitoring and Control
Project Procurement Management
. Plan Purchases and Acquisitions
. Plan Contracting
. Request Seller Responses
. Select Sellers
. Contract Administration
. Contract Closure
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