Certified Associate in Project Management : CAPM ®
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) ® certification is a valuable entry-level certification for project managers offered by the Project Management Institute. A CAPM ® certification displays commitment to the profession of project management. It ensures that the certified individual has the fundamental knowledge of project management and its associated processes.
The CAPM ® certification training is an ideal course package for those looking for an advancement in their career. CAPM ® certification demonstrates professionals’ knowledge and experience in project management, including the five process groups and ten knowledge areas of project management.
CAPM® certification is awarded to professionals who qualify in the CAPM ® certification exam that is based on PMBOK® Guide : A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge , Sixth Edition. This certification is valid across industries and is recognized worldwide.
CAPM ® certification training will help candidates improve their CAPM ® exam prep toward attaining the certification goal.
Key Features :
9 Hrs of High Quality e-Learning content
23 PDUs Offered
Scenario and casestudies included
Course Completion Certificate
12 Chapter-end Quizzes
2 CAPM® Simulation exams
Course Structure :
Lesson 01 - Prep Introduction
- 1.1 Introduction
- 1.2 Objectives
- 1.3 What are CAPM ® and PMI ®
- 1.4 Application Requirements for the CAPM ®Exam
- 1.5 About the CAPM ® Exam
- 1.6 CAPM ® Exam Syllabus
- 1.7 CAPM ® Exam Syllabus
- 1.8 Thank you
Lesson 02 - Prep Framework
- 2.1 Project Management Framework
- 2.2 Objectives
- 2.3 Project
- 2.4 Characteristics Of A Project
- 2.5 Project Management
- 2.6 Project Management Activities
- 2.7 Program Management
- 2.8 Features Of Program Management
- 2.9 Portfolio
- 2.10 Portfolio Management
- 2.11 Relationship Between Portfolios, Programs, And Projects
- 2.12 Project Management Office
- 2.13 Managing The Triple Constraints
- 2.14 Stakeholder
- 2.15 Stakeholder Management
- 2.16 Organization Structure
- 2.17 Functional Organization
- 2.18 Projectized Organization
- 2.19 Matrix Organization
- 2.20 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Organizational Structures
- 2.21 Project Lifecycle Vs. Product Lifecycle
- 2.22 Project Life Cycles
- 2.23 Project Life Cycles(contd.)
- 2.24 Quiz
- 2.25 Summary
- 2.26 Thank You
Lesson 03 - Project Management Processes
- 3.1 Project Management Processes
- 3.2 Objectives
- 3.3 Project Life Cycle Vs. Project Management Process
- 3.4 Project Management Process Groups
- 3.5 Process Group Interactions
- 3.6 Process Group Interactions
- 3.7 Project Management Process Groups
- 3.8 Quiz
- 3.9 Summary
- 3.10 Thank You
Lesson 04 - Project Integration Management
- 4.1 Project Integration Management
- 4.2 Objectives
- 4.3 Project Management Process Map
- 4.4 Project Integration Management
- 4.5 Role Of Project Manager, Team, And Sponsor
- 4.6 Project Selection Methods
- 4.7 Project Selection Methods (contd.)
- 4.8 Project Integration Management Processes
- 4.9 Reading A Process Diagram
- 4.10 Develop Project Charter
- 4.11 Develop Project Management Plan
- 4.12 Develop Project Management Plan (contd.)
- 4.13 Key Terms
- 4.14 Direct And Manage Project Work
- 4.15 Monitor And Control Project Work
- 4.16 Perform Integrated Change Control
- 4.17 Change Management Process
- 4.18 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 4.19 Close Project Or Phase
- 4.20 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 4.21 Quiz
- 4.22 Summary
- 4.23 Thank You
Lesson 05 - Project Scope Management
- 5.1 Project Scope Management
- 5.2 Objectives
- 5.3 Project Management Process Map
- 5.4 Project Scope Management
- 5.5 Project Scope Management Activities
- 5.6 Product Scope Vs. Project Scope
- 5.7 Key Terms
- 5.8 Work Breakdown Structure
- 5.9 Work Breakdown Structure-Example
- 5.10 Project Scope Management Processes
- 5.11 Plan Scope Management
- 5.12 Collect Requirements
- 5.13 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
- 5.14 Group Creativity Techniques
- 5.15 Group Decision-Making Techniques
- 5.16 Requirements Traceability Matrix
- 5.17 Define Scope
- 5.18 Create WBS
- 5.19 Validate Scope
- 5.20 Control Scope
- 5.21 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
- 5.22 Quiz
- 5.23 Summary
- 5.24 Thank You
Lesson 06 - Project Time Management
- 6.1 Project Time Management
- 6.2 Objectives
- 6.3 Project Management Process Map
- 6.4 Project Time Management
- 6.5 Project Time Management Activities
- 6.6 Project Schedule
- 6.7 Gantt Chart
- 6.8 Gantt Chart-Relationships
- 6.9 Gantt Chart-Dependencies
- 6.10 Network Diagram
- 6.11 Network Diagram-Example
- 6.12 Key Terms
- 6.13 Project Time Management Processes
- 6.14 Plan Schedule Management
- 6.15 Define Activities
- 6.16 Sequence Activities
- 6.17 Estimate Activity Resources
- 6.18 Estimate Activity Durations
- 6.19 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 6.20 Develop Schedule
- 6.21 Schedule Network Analysis
- 6.22 Program Evaluation and Review Technique
- 6.23 PERT-Example
- 6.24 Critical Path Method
- 6.25 Calculation Of Float
- 6.26 Calculation Of Float (contd.)
- 6.27 Critical Path-Example
- 6.28 Schedule Compression
- 6.29 Schedule Compression-Example
- 6.30 Impact Of Schedule Compression
- 6.31 Other Scheduling Techniques
- 6.32 Control Schedule
- 6.33 Business Scenario-Problem Statement
- 6.34 Quiz
- 6.35 Summary
- 6.36 Thank You
Lesson 07 - Project Cost Management
- 7.1 Project Cost Management
- 7.2 Objectives
- 7.3 Project Management Process Map
- 7.4 Project Cost Management
- 7.5 Cost Management Plan
- 7.6 Control Account
- 7.7 Project Cost Management Processes
- 7.8 Plan Cost Management
- 7.9 Estimate Costs
- 7.10 Determine Budget
- 7.11 Control Costs
- 7.12 Earned Value Management
- 7.13 Planned Value Example
- 7.14 Earned Value Formulae
- 7.15 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 7.16 Earned Value Management Example
- 7.17 Earned Value Management Example(contd.)
- 7.18 Key Terms
- 7.19 Quiz
- 7.20 Summary
- 7.21 Thank You
Lesson 08 - Project Quality Management
- 8.1 Project Quality Management
- 8.2 Objectives
- 8.3 Project Management Process Map
- 8.4 Quality
- 8.5 Quality Related Terms
- 8.6 Optimal Level Of Quality
- 8.7 Quality Management
- 8.8 Quality Planning Vs Quality Assurance Vs Quality Control
- 8.9 Quality Management Concepts
- 8.10 Cost Of Quality
- 8.11 Project Quality Management Processes
- 8.12 Plan Quality Management
- 8.13 Perform Quality Assurance
- 8.14 Control Quality
- 8.15 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 8.16 Seven Basic Quality Tools
- 8.17 Six Sigma
- 8.18 Six Sigma
- 8.19 Quiz
- 8.20 Summary
- 8.21 Thank You
Lesson 09 - Project Human Resource Management
- 9.1 Project Human Resource Management
- 9.2 Objectives
- 9.3 Project Management Process Map
- 9.4 Project Human Resource Management
- 9.5 Functional Manager Vs. Project Manager
- 9.6 Project Human Resource Management Processes
- 9.7 Plan Human Resource Management
- 9.8 Organization Charts And Role Descriptions
- 9.9 Resource Histogram
- 9.10 Acquire Project Team
- 9.11 Develop Project Team
- 9.12 Manage Project Team
- 9.13 Team Dynamics
- 9.14 Conflict Management
- 9.15 Conflict Resolution Techniques
- 9.16 Conflict Management
- 9.17 Conflict Resolution Techniques
- 9.18 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 9.19 Powers Of The Project Manager
- 9.20 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 9.21 Organizational Theories
- 9.22 Leadership Styles
- 9.23 Mckinsey’s 7-s Framework
- 9.24 Quiz
- 9.25 Summary
- 9.26 Thank You
Lesson 10 - Project Communication Management
- 10.1 Project Communications Management
- 10.2 Objectives
- 10.3 Project Management Process Map
- 10.4 Communication
- 10.5 Communication Methods
- 10.6 Communication Technology
- 10.7 Communication Channels
- 10.8 Basic Communication Model
- 10.9 Project Communications Management
- 10.10 Project Cost Management Processes
- 10.11 Plan Communications Management
- 10.12 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 10.13 Manage Communications
- 10.14 Control Communications
- 10.15 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 10.16 Quiz
- 10.17 Summary
- 10.18 Thank you
Lesson 11 - Project Risk Management
- 11.1 Project Risk Management
- 11.2 Objectives
- 11.3 Project Management Process Map
- 11.4 Risk
- 11.5 Key Terms
- 11.6 Calculation Of Risk
- 11.7 Calculation Of Risk Example
- 11.8 Risk Categorization
- 11.9 Decision Tree
- 11.10 Risk Reserve
- 11.11 Project Risk Management
- 11.12 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 11.13 Calculation Of Risk Example
- 11.14 Plan Risk Management
- 11.15 Definition Of Impact Scale Example
- 11.16 Identify Risks
- 11.17 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
- 11.18 Probability And Impact Matrix Example
- 11.19 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
- 11.20 Plan Risk Responses
- 11.21 Control Risks
- 11.22 Quiz
- 11.23 Summary
- 11.24 Thank You
Lesson 12 - Project Procurement Management
- 12.1 Project Procurement Management
- 12.2 Objectives
- 12.3 Project Management Process Map
- 12.4 Contract
- 12.5 Characteristics of Contract
- 12.6 Centralized vs. Decentralized Contracting
- 12.7 Types of Contract
- 12.8 Business Scenario Problem Statement
- 12.9 Types of Contract – Advantages and Disadvantages
- 12.10 Key Terms
- 12.11 Project Procurement Management
- 12.12 Project Procurement Management Processes
- 12.13 Plan Procurement Management
- 12.14 Conduct Procurements
- 12.15 Control Procurements
- 12.16 Close Procurements
- 12.17 Quiz
- 12.18 Summary
- 12.19 Thank you
Lesson 13 - Project Stakeholder Management
- 13.1 Project Stakeholder Management
- 13.2 Objectives
- 13.3 Project Management Process Map
- 13.4 Stakeholders
- 13.5 Stakeholders (contd.)
- 13.6 Classification Models For Stakeholder Analysis
- 13.7 Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
- 13.8 Stakeholder Management Skills
- 13.9 Project Stakeholder Management Processes
- 13.10 Identify Stakeholders
- 13.11 Plan Stakeholder Management
- 13.12 Manage Stakeholder Engagement
- 13.13 Control Stakeholder Engagement
- 13.14 Quiz
- 13.15 Summary
- 13.16 Thank you
Lesson 14 - Process Group View
- 14.1 Process Group View
- 14.2 Objectives
- 14.3 Project Management Process
- 14.4 Process Group Interactions
- 14.5 Initiating Processes
- 14.6 Planning Processes
- 14.7 Executing Processes
- 14.8 Monitoring and Controlling Processes
- 14.9 Closing Processes
- 14.10 Important Data Flows in Project Management
- 14.11 Quiz
- 14.12 Summary
- 14.13 Thank you
Learning Objectives :
The CAPM ® training offers the following benefits:
- It helps participants to understand the fundamentals of implementing standard processes and practices to be successful in their projects.
- It enables organizations in providing effective project management delivery, which reduces costs, reduces project duration and increases business value.
- It establishes the participant’s knowledge on all the five process groups and ten knowledge areas.
- It helps participants in their CAPM ® exam preparation toward attaining a certification.
Target Audience :
Project managers looking forward to move ahead in their career with a globally recognized credential should take the CAPM ® Project Management Professional certification. The certification establishes one’s expert knowledge on all the knowledge areas, including integration management, cost management, time management, scope management, quality management, communications management, human resource management, risk management, and procurement management. Project managers and project aspirants across industries are ideal participants for CAPM ® certification.
Exam Format :
How do you become a CAPM ® certified professional?
First, you should become a Project Management Institute member before applying for the CAPM ® examination. Becoming a member is a fairly straightforward process and can be completed online at www.pmi.org. Make sure you enter the contact details and name correctly. It is important that you do not miss any correspondence information. Also, ensure that the details on the certification are correct.
The duration of CAPM ® exam is three hours. It covers 150 questions, out of which 15 are considered as pre-test questions and are included by PMI ® to see how many test takers get them right. Based on this, they might decide to include these questions in a future exam. It is similar to a survey conducted by Project Management Institute. Of the 150 questions, therefore, 135 will be scored. All questions are multiple-choice questions, with only one correct answer.
You get one point for every question answered correctly. There is no negative marking for the incorrect ones. You may also mark a question that you are unsure of and revisit it at the end. However, you should attempt all 150 questions in the given time. The number of grades or points one has to score to pass the CAPM ® exam is not made public by Project Management Institute.
However, the Project Management Institute makes it clear that candidates will pass/fail the exam based on the number of questions answered correctly. Also, a rating is given in each of the five process groups. The rating can be Below Proficient, Proficient, and Moderately Proficient.
What are the prerequisites for the certification?
The CAPM ® certificate is an “experience” as well as a “knowledge” based certification. This means that certain prerequisites are to be met to be able to apply for this certification. To apply for the CAPM ® exam, candidates need to have:
|Category||College/University Education||PM Training||Project Experience|
|One||Secondary diploma (High School diploma/global equivalent)||1,500 hours of professional experience on a project team|
|Two||Secondary diploma (High School diploma/global equivalent)||23 hours of formal project management education|
How do I enroll for the training ?
You can enroll for the CAPM ® training online. Payments can be made using any of the following options and receipt of the same will be issued to the candidate automatically via email.
- Through PayPal
- Through Stripe
What will I get along with this training?
You will have access to online e-learning and practice tests along with the CAPM ® training.
Can I extend the access period?
Yes, you can extend the access period by paying an additional fee. Contact [email protected] for more information.
Can I cancel my enrollment? Do I get a refund?
Yes, you can cancel your enrollment.
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Where and how can I access the e-learning content? Are there any limitations?
Once you register with us for a course by paying the course fee, you can have 24/7 access to the elearning content on our website. An automated course purchase confirmation mail from our side will guide you through the process.
Does the course fee include the examination fee as well?
No, the course fee is only for earning PDU’s required to appear for the respective exams.
Why should I choose PMI® Certification and not any other project management certification? What makes PMI®’s special?
PMI® certifications are not based on one specific methodology, so they’re flexible and adaptable. You can easily transfer them between industries, market segments and geographic locations.
PMI® continually conducts in-depth studies to ensure that our credentials actually reflect the current skills, knowledge and best practices you need to succeed.
You will never have to worry about a PMI® certification becoming obsolete. Our certification maintenance program requires you to earn a professional development unit (PDUs), which encourages you to continually develop your skills and stay up to date as the profession changes.
PMI® certification offers financial benefits — the Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential increases your salary by up to 10%, according to the PMI® Salary Survey — Sixth Edition, 2009—and helps you stand out and better market yourself to prospective employers.
PMI® has provided project management certifications for over 25 years, and our PMP® credential was the first one designed specifically for project managers.
How many questions are there in the CAPM ® certification exam?
It covers 150 questions, out of which 15 questions are considered as pre-test questions used for future tests and are not scored. You will not be communicated about these questions; they are randomly chosen. Therefore, you should answer all 150 questions with the same seriousness.
What is the duration of the CAPM ® exam?
The CAPM ® exam is conducted for three hours.
Are there any pointers provided by Management Square for the exam?
Yes. we provide CAPM ® exam tips and “brain dumps” which are specially designed keeping the certification exam in mind. These tips are especially handy as a ready reckoner before appearing the Certified Associate In Project Management exam.
Will I get the CAPM ® certificate after completing this CAPM® certification course?
On completing the CAPM ® certification course, you will get a course-completion certificate. CAPM ® certification can be obtained by appearing for the Project Management Institute Certified CAPM ® exam. The number of grades or points that one has to score to pass the CAPM ® exam is not made public by PMI®.
9 Hrs of High Quality e-Learning content
2 CAPM® Simulation Exams
23 PDUs offered
30 Access Days
9 Hrs of High Quality e-Learning content
2 CAPM® Simulation Exams
23 PDUs offered
180 Access Days
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