CERTIFIED PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL (ISO21500)

Objective:

The objective of this certification is to accredit knowledge of concepts, principles, and terminology in project management in accordance with ISO 21500; as well as the general skills of people performing management roles or participating as team members of projects.

Main Subjects:

General Introduction:

  • Exploring ISO 21500.
  • Introduction to project management.

6%

Scope and Context in which a project is developed:

  • Factors outside the organizational boundary.
  • Factors inside the organizational boundary.
  • Project portfolio management.
  • Programme management.
  • Project governance.
  • Stakeholders.

6%

Roles and competencies for Project Management:

  • Stakeholders and project organization.
  • Competencies of project personnel.

7%

Project Integration Management:

  • Develop the project charter.
  • Develop project plans.
  • Direct project work.
  • Control project work.
  • Control the changes.
  • Close project phase or project.
  • Collect the lessons learned.

6%

Project Stakeholder Management:

  • Identify stakeholders.
  • Manage stakeholders.

6%

Project Scope Management:

  • Define the scope.
  • Create work breakdown structure.
  • Define the activities.
  • Control the scope.

6%

Project Resource Management:

  • Establish the project team.
  • Estimate resources.
  • Define the project organization.
  • Develop the project team.
  • Control resources.
  • Manage project team.

6%

Project Time Management:

  • Sequence activities.
  • Estimate activities duration.
  • Develop the schedule.
  • Control schedule.

9%

Project Cost Management:

  • Estimate costs.
  • Developbudget.
  • Control costs.

8%

Project Risk Management:

  • Identify risks.
  • Assess risks.
  • Treat risks.
  • Control risks.

8%

Project Quality Management:

  • Quality planing.
  • Perform quality assurance.
  • Perform quality control.

7%

Project Procurement Management:

  • Plan procurements.
  • Select suppliers.
  • Administer contracts.

4%

Project Communication Management:

  • Plan communications.
  • Distribute the information.
  • Manage communications.

10%

Target Audience:

In general, this certification is targeted at any professional interested in project management, either because they perform specialized roles within a project team or because they are in charge of directing it; therefore, this certification is aimed at, including but not limited to, the following professionals:

  • Managers, heads or project leaders.
  • Managers, heads, leaders or analysts of business areas related to project management whether they are in technology or not.
  • Professionals seeking to expand their project management skills.

Details:

Duration:

Number of questions:

Pass mark:

Open book:

Electronic equipment allowed:

Level:

Available languages:

Requirements:

Available proctoring modes:


2O Second chance (free of charge):

2O Second chance pass mark:

80 minutes

50 (Multiple Choice)

60%

No

No

Intermediate

English, Spanish.

No

Live Proctoring

Believe Proctoring

Yes

70%

Objective:

The objective of this certification is to accredit knowledge of concepts, principles, and terminology in project management in accordance with ISO 21500; as well as the general skills of people performing management roles or participating as team members of projects.

Target Audience:

In general, this certification is targeted at any professional interested in project management, either because they perform specialized roles within a project team or because they are in charge of directing it; therefore, this certification is aimed at, including but not limited to, the following professionals:

  • Managers, heads or project leaders.
  • Managers, heads, leaders or analysts of business areas related to project management whether they are in technology or not.
  • Professionals seeking to expand their project management skills.

Main Subjects:

General Introduction:

  • Exploring ISO 21500.
  • Introduction to project management.

6%

Scope and Context in which a project is developed:

  • Factors outside the organizational boundary.
  • Factors inside the organizational boundary.
  • Project portfolio management.
  • Programme management.
  • Project governance.
  • Stakeholders.

6%

Roles and competencies for Project Management:

  • Stakeholders and project organization.
  • Competencies of project personnel.

7%

Project Integration Management:

  • Develop the project charter.
  • Develop project plans.
  • Direct project work.
  • Control project work.
  • Control the changes.
  • Close project phase or project.
  • Collect the lessons learned.

9%

Project Stakeholder Management:

  • Identify stakeholders.
  • Manage stakeholders.

9%

Project Scope Management:

  • Define the scope.
  • Create work breakdown structure.
  • Define the activities.
  • Control the scope.

9%

Project Resource Management:

  • Establish the project team.
  • Estimate resources.
  • Define the project organization.
  • Develop the project team.
  • Control resources.
  • Manage project team.

8%

Project Time Management:

  • Sequence activities.
  • Estimate activities duration.
  • Develop the schedule.
  • Control schedule.

9%

Project Cost Management:

  • Estimate costs.
  • Developbudget.
  • Control costs.

8%

Project Risk Management:

  • Identify risks.
  • Assess risks.
  • Treat risks.
  • Control risks.

8%

Project Quality Management:

  • Plan quality.
  • Perform quality assurance.
  • Perform quality control.

7%

Project Procurement Management:

  • Plan procurements.
  • Select suppliers.
  • Administer contracts.

4%

Project Communication Management:

  • Plan communications.
  • Distribute the information.
  • Manage communications.

10%

Details:

Duration:

Number of questions:

Pass mark:

Open book:

Electronic equipment allowed:

Level:

Available languages:

Requirements:

Available proctoring modes:


2O Second chance (free of charge):

2O Second chance pass mark:

80 minutes

50 (Multiple Choice)

60%

No

No

Intermediate

English, Spanish.

No

Live Proctoring

Believe Proctoring

Yes

70%

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