The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification recognizes practitioners interested or starting a career in project management. It includes team members wishing to demonstrate project management knowledge.
To be eligible for this certification, you must have high school diploma or global equivalent. Also, you must meet the educational requirement.
Best suited for associates looking for learning & career growth in project management. Overall, anyone inclined towards increasing their professional skills in the field of project management even if they are at beginner’s level. Individuals who do not have project management experience but are interested in project management can also benefit from this certification.
The brief course curriculum has been shared below which will be well elaborated during the course.
|Module 01||Getting familiar with CAPM certification||Introduction to CAPM, benefits, policies, procedures and key takeaways|
|Module 02||Fundamentals of project management & role of project manager||Project processes, lifecycles, methodologies, project management knowledge areas, PMI triangle, project roles & responsibilities, etc.|
|Module 03||Project environment||Roles & activities of PMO, organizational and hierarchical systems. Factors influencing project environment|
|Module 04||Project integration management||Understanding of integration of processes & knowledge areas, tools & techniques, application of integration management plan & procedures|
|Module 05||Project scope management||Understanding of project management processes, key concepts, tools & techniques, WBS, prototyping & other fundamentals of project scope management|
|Module 06||Project schedule management||Project schedule management process, tools & techniques, outputs. Considerations for both predictive & adaptive methods. Calculations and network diagrams for scheduling|
|Module 07||Project cost management||Cost and budget management for project including Earned Value Management|
|Module 08||Project quality management||Project quality management processes & knowledge areas. It covers tools, techniques and outputs including reasons/factors for continuous improvement|
|Module 09||Project resource management||Project resource management processes, tools & techniques for both predictive & adaptive methods. Conflict management, resource management plan, tailoring considerations etc. included as well|
|Module 10||Project communication management||Communication planning & management processes for project, strategies and frameworks for stakeholder communication, problem solving tools & techniques included tailoring for predictive as well as adaptive models|
|Module 11||Project risk management||Risk management processes & knowledge areas, key documents, risk calculations, recognizing and mitigating risks, etc.|
|Module 12||Project procurement management||Procurement processes, knowledge areas, tools, techniques, trends & emerging practices. Types of contracts and processes related to selection, etc. included|
|Module 13||Project stakeholder management||Processes and knowledge areas related to stakeholder management. Key concepts, benefits, needs and roles related to key stakeholders included as well.|