PSIPM Provides More Than A Project Management Course PSIPM Is Committed To Helping You Achieve Your Goal

PSI Project Management, Inc. Is a PMI Authorized Training Partner

PSIPM Provides More Than A Project Management Course PSIPM Is Committed To Helping You Achieve Your Goal

Project managers are increasingly turning to ATP's for certification training and maintenance, especially since median salaries for the profession now exceed $100,000 (USD). The objective of PSI Project Management’s Advanced Project Management Program is to provide the students with knowledge and skill necessary to pass the appropriate exam and to provide the students with working project management knowledge they can take back to their company and use as they conduct their professional responsibilities.

Authorized Training Partner:  PSI Project Management, Inc. is proud to announce that effective August 2020 that it has met all of the PMI qualifications to become and Authorized Training Partner.  As of December 2020, PSIPM is one of approximately 500 ATPs worldwide.

ATPs are organizations that have been approved by PMI to help project managers achieve and maintain the Project Management Professional (PMP)®, Program Management Professional (PgMP)® and other PMI professional credentials. These organizations have met PMI’s rigorous quality criteria for course content, instructor qualification, and instructional design.

Project Management Institute (PMI), the world’s largest project management member association.

Course Information

Advanced Project Management Program:

Program Description

This program is for project managers who are studying to take the PMP® or CAPM® exam. Course includes 35-40 hours of pre-classroom training, memory sheets, flash cards, quick reference guide, practice tests, textbook, and PSIPM’s propriety reference book. Forty hours of classroom instruction is conducted on a Monday - Friday basis.

The Advanced Project Management Program is a five-week training program for aspiring PMP® or CAPM® candidates. Four weeks of precourse study is completed before the actual classroom instruction begins.  During the four weeks prior to the class, reading and other assignments will be assigned, and the progress will be followed by the instructor. Weekly study groups will be conducted to enhance the students learning experience and answer any questions the student may have. Precourse simulated exam testing is also conducted during the precourse work to assist the student in preparing for the actual exam.

As an ATP, PSIPM uses the PMI developed textbook for the actual classroom instruction. In addition, other learning tools and practical applications are also provided during the class. The instructor for the course is a PMI Authorized Training Instructor who has broad project management experience and extensive experience teaching project management.

The instructor works with the students on an individual basis as they prepare for the exam and they also assist the student with completing the application.

All courses are conducted virtually and are guaranteed to run.

Learning Objectives

This is a comprehensive project management program that prepares candidates for the PMP® or the CAPM® exam. This course consists of 35-40 hours of precourse self-paced training which is facilitated by an instructor and 40 hours of virtual classroom instruction. PMI's Authorized PMP ® Exam Prep book is used for the classroom instruction. Additional PSIPM material is also used to enhance the learning experience. The course has a two-fold learning objective: First of all, prepare the students for the PMP® or the CAPM® exam.  Secondly, to provide tools the student can apply in their day-to-day projects. The program focuses on:

• Creating A High-Performance Team
• Starting the Project
• Doing the Work
• Keeping the Team On Track
• Keeping the Business In Mind

After completing this program the student should be fluent in all of the areas and prepared for the appropriate exam.

Program Is Conducted:  Live Virtual

Class Hours

  • Pre-Classroom Training Is Self-Paced And Monitored By The Instructor. Weekly Web-X Reviews Are Conducted With Each Student.
  • Classroom Instruction Is Daily From 8:00 AM Until 5:00 PM

Practical Project Management Course:

Prerequisites

Computer/tablet with camera, spreadsheet and document software, and form filling pdf software

Course Description

PSIPM’s “Practical Project Management Course” is designed for project managers that want to develop or improve their project management methodology. This course is based on generally accepted project management practices and procedures. It is also based on a practical application flow of the ten knowledge areas, five process groups, and forty-nine processes that make up the framework of the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge - Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc. 2017 (PMBOK® Guide). The practical application of each process and project management terminology are covered in this course. Example project management subsidiary plans and working documents are provided and discussed throughout the course. The course is dedicated to developing a firm understanding of what is required for projects to be successful and to enable the repeatability of successful project management. Imbedded in the course is a workshop where a case study is analyzed, and the project management plan/documents are completed.

Course Takeaways

•Includes approximately 40 fillable and editable pdf example       
  subsidiary plans and forms
•Knowledge and understanding of PMI terminology
•Knowledge and understanding of the PMBOK® Guide processes    and structure
•Application of general project management techniques
•Understanding of hybrid project management (Integration of     
  Predicative and Agile project management approach)
•Understanding of how to measure project performance, actual
  results to planned
•Example project management plans which provide guides for
  methodology development
•Example project management documents which can be adapted
  to the methodology

The overall purpose of this course is to provide foundational terminology and to provide information required to develop or improve the project management methodology

Course Is Conducted:  Live Virtual
Course Hours:  This is a three-day course, 24 hours (24 PDUs), Class hours are from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM

Exclusions

This course is not a preparation course for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) or the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) exams, instead it offers the practical application in project management. To prepare for the PMP® or CAPM® exam, PSIPM offers the Advanced Project Management

*Copy of PMBOK® Guide is not included in the cost of any course. Recommend become a PMI member and download the electronic version of the PMBOK® Guide.

Basic Project Management Course Information

Course Description:
This course is held in conjunction with the Advanced Project Management Course Day 1 through 3. It includes three days of instruction on the PMBOK® Guide for a total of 30 hours. This course is provided for those seeking to earn training hours which can be used for PDUs or who want to familiarize themselves with the best practices in project management.

Seventeen modules are covered during the thirty hours of classroom instruction which covers PMI's PMBOK® Guide and generally accepted project management practices. Student progress is monitored based on the classroom training.

Course Location:
Course Is Conducted In Greenville, SC