INTRODUCTION: PMP certification, established by the Project Management Institute (PMI), is one of the most valued and respected credentials in project management. Earning and maintaining this PMI certification demonstrates a solid foundation of experience in effectively managing projects.

  • The PMI propagates good project management skill by establishing best practices described in the PMBOK guide. PMBOK or the Project Management Body of Knowledge is the globally recognized standard for Project Management Field and is created and maintained by PMI Organization. PMBOK provides practices, tools and techniques that can be used in most projects. With PMBOK, PMI also intends to promote a common language to be used by Project Management Professionals.


· Describe professional project management.

· Initiate a project.

· Plan project work.

· Develop project schedules.

· Develop cost estimates and budgets.

· Plan project quality, staffing, and communications.

· Analyze risks and plan risk responses.

· Plan project procurements.

·  Execute project work.

· Manage project procurement.

· Monitor and control project work.

· Monitor and control project schedule and costs.

· Monitor and control project performance and quality.

· Monitor and control project risks and procurements.

· Close the project.