Program Management Professional - PgMP
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In this 4 day course you will focuses on core disciplines required to deliver strategic objectives. It includes a walk through the entire life cycle of a program while facing the types of realistic challenges that are encountered in any program. The course will provide the tools and techniques for program governance, program planning, effectively managing stakeholders and ensuring that your program realizes its benefits and defined objectives. The course is designed to achieve the Project Management Professional (PgMP)® certification.
AUDIENCE AND PREREQUISITES
To earn your Program Management Professional (PgMP)® credential, you need to meet the experience and education requirements, and pass the panel review and the multiple-choice examination. Regardless of how advanced your program management experience or education might be, you should still prepare vigorously for the exam.
If you're a program manager looking to demonstrate a proven ability to manage complex, multiple projects and align results to organizational goals; increase your visibility and value with your organization; and separate yourself in the eyes of employers, the PgMP credential is for you.
To apply for the PgMP, you need to have either:A four year degree (bachelor's or the global equivalent), with at least four years of project management experience and four years of program management experience. OR A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent), with at least four years of project management experience and seven years of program management experience. Note: the focus for this class is an intensive workshop for those planning on applying for approval and taking the PgMP exam. If you have not gained enough experience in project and program management to meet these eligibility requirements, consider the Project Management Professional (PMP) credential.
Course running is subject to minimum enrollment. If minimum enrollment is not met, course may run as a virtual instructor led training. Courseware and Exam cost is not included. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Project, Portfolio, and Program Basic Concepts and Definitions Introducing Project Management Understanding Project Management Knowledge Areas Introducing Project Stakeholders Influences of Organizational Structures on Projects Influences of Organizational Culture and Structure on Programs Matrix Management Advanced ConceptsThe Program Management Framework Exam Roadmap Understanding Program Management Processes Basic Program Concepts Understanding Programs Understanding Program Management Comparing Project Management and Program Management Comparing Program Management and Portfolio Management Understanding Program Management Themes Understanding Program Life Cycle Understanding MetricsInitiating a Program Initiating a Program, and Processes Understanding the Grand Origin of Programs Performing Pre-Program Setup The Initiate Program Process Establishing the Project Management Framework Authorizing Projects Initiating the Term Understanding the Project Selection Common Process Component Items Exam EssentialsPlanning the Program Planning the Program and Processes Performing Program Setup Developing Integration Plans for the Program Defining the Program Scope Creating the Program Work Breakdown Structure (PWBS) Exam EssentialsPlanning the Program Schedule and Resources Understanding the Program Schedule and Resources Developing the Program Schedule Information from Project Schedules Planning from Project Schedules Planning the Program Cost Planning Human Resources Estimating and Managing Resources Planning Procurement Exam EssentialsPlanning for Quality, Risk, and Communications Understanding, Planning for Quality, Risk, and Communications Planning the Program Quality Planning Risk Management Risk Response Techniques Planning Communication Management The Project Management Information SystemExecuting the Program Understanding Program Execution Establishing Program Management & Technical Infrastructure Directing and Managing Program Execution Managing the Program Team Performing Quality Assurance Implementing Procurement Communicating the Program Execution Chartering Constituent Projects Understanding Conflict Management Exam EssentialsMonitoring and Controlling the Program Monitoring and Controlling the Program. Understanding Monitoring and Controlling Delivering the Program Benefits Phase Four Integrating Program Monitoring and Controlling Controlling the Triple Constraint Measuring Performance Controlling Quality and Risk Monitoring and Controlling Communication Administering the Program Contract Exam EssentialsClosing the Program Understanding and Closing the Program Close the Program: The Last Program Phase Performing the Program Closure Closing the Program Components Closing the Contracts Exam Essentials