The PMP designation is recognized worldwide as the standard of the profession, attesting to ones core knowledge and understanding of critical Project Management concepts, principles and techniques. Certification sets Project Management Professionals apart from the crowd. This programme is designed with the objective to assist participants understand PMIs standard for Project Management with the view to prepare the participants to sit for PMP certification exam.

Learning Outcome

  • Be responsible for all aspects of the project for the life of the project
  • Lead and direct cross-functional teams to deliver projectsDemonstrate sufficient knowledge and experience to apply a methodology to projects
  • Complete work on time and on budget in an environment which reinforces alignment with organizational strategy
  • Start, build or advance their careers in project, program and portfolio management

Who should Attend?

Candidates who lead projects and those who are seeking the PMP certification.
This includes but not limited to:
  • Project Managers (from all industries)
  • IT Project Managers
  • Project Leaders
  • Functional Managers

Eligibility Criteria

To sit for the official PMP certification exam, candidates must satisfy the following criteria:
  • Degree Holder:
    4,500 hours of project management experience spent leading and directing project(s) 3 years of project management experience within 6 years prior to application

  • Diploma Holder:
    7,500 hours of project management experience spent leading and directing project(s) 5 years of project management experience within 8 years prior to experience. You may take the examination up to three times within this one-year eligibility period. If you do not pass on the first attempt, you will be responsible for fees associated with re-examination
This course is endorsed under Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Programme Plus (CITREP+) Programme.
To find out more about CITREP+ Funding, please refer to Programme Support under CITREP+ page

Information is accurate as of 2 October 2019