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Intense PMP Training Boot Camp, with Real-World Skills Development All project management courses are aligned with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide) - Fourth Edition.

ATI's The Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Exam Boot Camp course

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The PMP Boot Camp is not just a test prep course; we do not create paper PMPs. In our PMP Boot Camp you will get skills-based training developed using a proven methodology to meet your PMP goals while developing and reinforcing real-world project management skills.

The PMP Boot Camp offers in-class practice exams to help you learn not only the project management knowledge, but also the nature of the Project Management Professional exam, the types of questions asked, and the form the questions take. Through practice exercises you will gain valuable information, learn how to rapidly recall important facts, and generally increase your test-taking skills.

Specifically, you will:

  • Learn the subject matter of the PMP examination
  • Memorize the important test information that has a high probability of being on your examination
  • Develop time management skills necessary to complete the PMP exam within the allotted time
  • Leverage your existing Project Management Skills
  • Extrapolate from your real world experiences to the PMP examination subject matter
  • Learn to identify pertinent question information to quickly answer examination problems

Who Should Attend

This project management training course is aligned to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) - Fourth Edition.

If you are in IT where PMs skills are becoming a necessity or if you are interested in or planning to get your PMP certification, you must take this PMP Boot Camp course. The PMP® certification is a great tool for:

  • Project Managers
  • IT Managers/Directors
  • Outsourcing Professionals
  • QA Managers/Directors
  • Application Development Managers/Directors
  • Business Analysts
  • Systems Analysts
  • Systems Architect

Course Outline

Part I — The Project Management Life Cycle

1. Introduction
An introduction to the format and scope of this project management training course

  1. PMP Certification Boot Camp Process

2. PMP Certification: the Credentials
An overview of the PMI requirements for the PMP certification

  1. The Project Management Institute
  2. The PMP Certification
  3. Applying for the Examination
  4. The PMP Examination
  5. The Professional Code of Conduct
  6. Test Subject Areas

3. Project Management Overview
An introduction to Project Management, what it is, and what it isn’t

  1. What is a "Project"?
  2. Project Portfolio Management
  3. Programs versus Projects
  4. Project Management Office
  5. Project Phases
  6. Project Life Cycles
  7. The Process Groups
  8. Knowledge Areas
  9. Stakeholders and Stakeholder Management
  10. Project Sponsor, Project Manager, Project Definitions

4. The Project Environment
An overview of the various organizational structures in which a project might operate

  1. Organizational Types
  2. Functional Organizations
  3. Matrix Organizations
  4. Projectized Organizations

5. The Project Management Life Cycle
The five process groups that make up the Project Management Life Cycle

  1. Initiating Process Group
  2. Planning Process Group
  3. Executing Process Group
  4. Monitoring & Controlling Process Group
  5. Closing Process Group
Part II — The PMI® Knowledge Areas

1. The Knowledge Areas

The nine knowledge areas that operate within the five process groups

  1. Project Integration Management
  2. Project Scope Management
  3. Project Time Management
  4. Project Cost Management
  5. Project Quality Management
  6. Project Human Resource Management
  7. Project Communications Management
  8. Project Risk Management
  9. Project Procurement Management

2. The Elements of Project Management

A detailed look at each of the Process groups by means of the Knowledge Areas

  1. Initiating Process Group Inputs and Outputs
  2. The Project Charter
  3. The Preliminary Project Scope Statement
  4. Planning Process Group Inputs and Outputs
  5. Project Management Plan
  6. Executing Process Group
  7. Deliverables, Changes, Corrective Actions
  8. Monitoring and Controlling Process Group Inputs and Outputs
  9. Integration Management
  10. Integrated Management
  11. Scope Management
  12. Earned Value, Planned Value, Actual Value
  13. Cost Performance Index, Schedule Performance Index
  14. Closing Process Group Inputs and Outputs

3. Exam Memorization Guide
Useful memorization charts to aid in test taking

  1. Plan-Do-Check-Act-Cycle
  2. The Nine Knowledge Areas
  3. Project Integration Management Activities
  4. Project Scope Management Activities
  5. Triple Constraints Model
  6. Time Management Activities
  7. Cost Management Activities
  8. Earned Value Analysis
  9. Quality Management Activities
  10. Pareto Diagram
  11. Sigma Values
  12. The Control Chart
  13. Ishikawa Diagram
  14. Quality versus Grade
  15. Human Resource Management Activities
  16. Communications Management Activities
  17. Risk Management Activities
  18. Risk Responses
  19. Procurement Management Activities


    Tuition for this four-day course is $3000 per person at one of our scheduled public courses. Onsite pricing is available. Please call us at 410-956-8805 or send an email to