In a highly competitive management-oriented world, management skills underline and equip project managers with the arsenal to meet the demands of global projects. PMI provides comprehensive certification programs for project managers across various levels of skill and education. You can opt for Risk Management training course or Lean Six Sigma Training Course from among a wide variety of PMI courses offered at Skill Power. The other courses include trainings on Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Prep and PMI-CAPM Certification Prep.

    Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)

    CAPM® is an entry-level credential in project management offered by the PMI®.The CAPM® credential recognizes demonstrated knowledge and skill in leading and directing project teams and in delivering project results within the constraints of schedule, budget and resources.

    Course Objectives

    • Creating project charter and developing scope of project
    • Creating project schedule and project budget
    • Planning project resources and team
    • Measuring and Controlling Project Performance

     

    AUD 1,199.00

    PRINCE2®2017 Foundation

    PRINCE2®(Projects IN Controlled Environments), is a widely used project management method that navigates you through all the essentials for running a successful project. PRINCE2® is a flexible method and is aimed at all types of projects. PRINCE2® is a de facto standard developed and used extensively by the UK government and is widely recognized and used in the private sector, both in the UK and internationally. It embodies established and proven best practice in project management.

    Course Objectives

    • Understand the scope, concept and purpose of PRINCE2 methodology
    • Understand and execute PRINCE2 processes, principles and themes
    • Understand the value and principles of a structured approach to project management
    • Equip the Project Manager with knowledge to apply PRINCE2 to projects
    AUD 1,299.00

    PRINCE2®2017 Foundation & Practitioner

    PRINCE2®2017 (Projects IN Controlled Environments), is a widely used project management method that navigates you through all the essentials for running a successful project. PRINCE2® is a flexible method and is aimed at all types of projects. PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner course will acquaint professionals with this de facto standard developed and used extensively by the UK government and used in the private sector internationally.

    It embodies established and proven best practices in project management. This course will prepare you for both PRINCE2® Foundation and PRINCE2® Practitioner and the benefits of obtaining this certification will far out weight the prince2 certification cost.

    Audience: PRINCE2 certification is meant for managers and professionals who wish to acquire expertise in project management by applying certain guidelines and best practices as mentioned in PRINCE2 standard.

    Course Objectives

    Understand the need for project management
    Plan, organize and implement PRINCE2 projects
    Delegate tasks and run a project in a controlled manner
    Managing risks effectively so that they don’t affect the project adversely
    Ensure that the delivered project meets the requirements and benefits the organisation

    AUD 1,799.00

    Project Management Professional (PMP – 6th Edition)

    Today’s complex business environment demands project professional versed in the multiple approaches, driving successful business outcomes . PMI mission is to help you build competencies that enable the right approach for the right project.

    This 6th edition of the PMBOK Guide is the first time PMI includes specific and detailed information about agile approaches to project management. The Agile Practice guide is a fitting companion serving as a bridge that connects Waterfall and Agile. Together they are a Powerful tool , regardless of your practice preferences.

    PMBOK Guide – 6th Edition + Agile Practice Guide

    PMI is pleased to present this dynamic duo to help you pinpoint the right mix of approaches and drive your project to successful outcomes.

    Audience: Project management professional certification training at Skill Power is most beneficial for project managers, team leads, project associates, project assistants/engineers, software developers or any individual aspiring to be a project manager. Managers who want to enhance their skills and boost their earning potential can also learn project management skills online in this intensive project management professional training.

    PMP Course Syllabus (PMBOK 6th Edition)

    Module 1. Introduction to project management

    • Basic definitions
    • Project, program, portfolio, and operations management
    • Different development life cycles
    • PMBOK 5 Process Groups
    • PMBOK 10 Knowledge areas
    • PMBOK 49 processes

    Module 2. The environment in which projects operate

    • Enterprise environmental factors
    • Organizational process assets
    • Project-oriented, functional, and matrix structures
    • Project management office

    Module 3. The role of the project manager

    • Project manager’s competencies
    • Leadership and management skills
    • Leadership styles
    • Different forms of powers

    Module 4. Project integration management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project integration management – total 7 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and techniques
      • Outputs

    Module 5. Project scope management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project scope management – total 6 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and techniques
      • Outputs

    Module 6. Project schedule management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project schedule management – total 6 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and techniques
      • Outputs

    Module 7. Project cost management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project cost management – total 4 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and techniques
      • Outputs

    Module 8. Project quality management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project quality management – total 3 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and techniques
      • Outputs

    Module 9. Project resource management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project resource management – total 6 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and techniques
      • Outputs

    Module 10. Project communications management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project communication management – total 3 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and techniques
      • Outputs

    Module 11. Project risk management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project risk management – total 7 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and techniques
      • Outputs

    Module 12. Project procurement management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project procurement management – total 3 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and techniques
      • Outputs

    Module 13. Project stakeholders management

    • Key concepts
    • Trends and emerging practices
    • Tailoring considerations
    • Considerations for agile/adaptive environments
    • Project stakeholders management – total 4 processes
      • Inputs
      • Tools and Techniques, Outputs

    Prerequisites

      • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent)
      • 7,500 hours leading and directing projects
      • 35 hours of project management education

    OR

    • Four-year degree
    • 4,500 hours leading and directing projects
    • 35 hours of project management education
    AUD 2,099.00