Madrid Summer Course Sessions

Curriculum

COURSE OUTLINE

  1. Becoming a PMP®
  • Benefits of PMP® certification
  • Review of the certification process Project Management Framework

       2. Project phases

  • Project life cycles
  • Areas of knowledge
  • Project stakeholders
  • Process Groups

      3. Project Integration Management

  • Project plan development
  • Project plan execution
  • Integrated change control

       4. Project Scope Management

  • Project initiation definition
  • Work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Scope verification
  • Scope change control

      5. Project Time Management

  • Schedule network development
  • Resource loading and leveling
  • CPM and PERT

      6. Project Cost Management

  • Definitions, types of costs
  • Economic analysis
  • Cost estimating and budgeting
  • Cost control
  • Earned value

      7. Project Quality Management

  • Quality planning
  • Quality assurance
  • Quality control
  • Statistical process control

     8. Project Human Resource Management

  • Motivation and leadership
  • Team development

     9. Project Communications Management

  • Communications planning
  • Information distribution
  • Performance reporting

      10. Project Risk Management

  • Risk Planning
  • Risk identification
  • Qualitative and quantitative risk management
  • Risk response development and control
  • Monte Carlo simulation

      11. Project Procurement Management

  • Procurement planning
  • Solicitation and source selection
  • Contract administration and close-out

      12. Project Stakeholder Management

  • Stakeholder identification
  • Stakeholder engagement planning and managing

      13. Final Review and Final Simulation

PDU: 35 credits, and ECTS: 6 credits
FORMAT: Blended. In-site classes (Madrid Campus) + online classes