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PMI Scheduling Prof. (PMI-SP)(R) Certification Training & Class Outline

PMI Scheduling Prof. (PMI-SP)(R)
Item# scheduling-certification-training
$1,699.00, 5  people for  $7,225.00
PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)(R) Certification Training Exam Prep. This class is for Professionals with a minimum of a 4 year college degree or global equivalent, and provides 30 hours of exam training. Exam acceptance also requires 3,500 consecutive professional project management scheduling within the past 5 years. If you don't have a 4 year degree, however, you have a high school diploma, you need a total of 40 hours of exam training, and 5,000 hours spent in consecutive professional project management scheduling within the past 5 years. And in order to qualify to take the PMI-SP Exam you will also need 10 hours of other similar training before you can receive exam acceptance.. This class is in Bellevue, WA Onsite or can be take via Live Video Conference. This class is not a frequent training option. If you wish to take this training we advise that you take this class. You can also download the PMI-SP Credential Handbook at pmi.org. If you don't qualify for this class but you wish to take it to learn, you are welcome to join us. : 

Description

PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)(R) Certification Training Exam Prep

Audience: Project/Program Managers who need to understand scheduling best practice, and who want to pass the PMI-SP Exam. See "Class Requirements" below.

Instructor: Mo Haque, MSEE, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA, CMfgT, EDMP

Class & PMI-SP Exam Requirements
(1) This class is for Professionals with a minimum of a 4 year college degree or global equivalent, and provides 30 hours of exam training. To take the Exam you also need at least 3,500 hours spent in the specialized area of professional project scheduling within the last 5 consecutive years. If you don't have a 4 year degree you need a total of 40 hours of exam training in order to qualify to take the PMI-SP Exam. If you have 10 hours of other similar training, then you can take this class. Total Scheduling Education needed are 30 hours.

(2) Participants who have a secondary (high school) diploma and have 10 hours of scheduling education from elsewhere who take this training or plan to take 10 hours later, will also need 5,000 hours spent in the specialized areas of professional project scheduling within the last 5 consecutive years in order to receive exam acceptance. Total Scheduling Education needed are 40 hours.

(3) If you have a project management background, and you want to take this class in order to learn and you're concerned about taking the PMI-SP exam, you may take this class.

You can also download the PMI-SP Credential Handbook at pmi.org.

Location & Methods:
(1) SmartPath LLC, 2018 156th Ave NE, Bellevue WA 98007 (Corner of 156th AVE NE and 20th/Northup)
(2) Live Video Conference - We use Webex

Project Scheduling
• Why Scheduling?
• Overview
• Purpose
• Applicability

The Schedule Model Principles and Concepts
• Overview
• Scheduling Methods
• Critical Path Method
• Precedence Diagram Method
• Critical Chain Method
• Scheduling Techniques
• Rolling Wave Planning
• Agile Technique
• Program Evaluation and Review Technique
• Monte Carlo Simulation
• The Scheduling Tool
• The Schedule Model
• The Schedule Model Instances and Presentations

Schedule Model Good Practices
• Overview
• Schedule Model Management
• Schedule Data Management Plan
• Schedule Model Management Plan
• Selection of a Scheduling Method
• Selection of a Scheduling Tool
• Schedule Model Creation Plan
• Schedule Model ID
• Schedule Model Version
• Calendars and Work Periods
• Project Update Cycle
• Milestone and Activity Coding Structure
• Resource Planning
• Performance Indicators
• Master Schedule Model

Schedule Model Creation
• Develop Schedule Model Baseline
• Define Milestones
• Design the Project’s Activities
• Sequence Activities
• Determine Resources for Each Activity
• Determine the Duration for Each Activity
• Analyze the Schedule Output
• Approve the Schedule
• Baseline the Schedule Model

Schedule Model Maintenance
• Collect Actuals and Remaining Work
• Update and Progress the Schedule Model According to the Actuals
• Compare and Resolve Any Deviation
• Update the Schedule Model with Approved Changes
• Update the Baseline Schedule Model
• Communicate
• Maintain the Records

Schedule Model Analysis
• Critical Path and Critical Activities
• Critical Path
• Critical Activities
• Total Float and Free Float
• Level of Effort Activities (LOE)
• Probabilistic Distribution of Activity Durations
• Schedule Risk
• Date Constraints
• Open-Ended Activities
• Out of Sequence (OOS) Logic
• Leads and Lags
• Start-to-Finish Relationship
• Links to/from Summary Activities
• Communication and Reporting

Scheduling Components
• How to Use the Components List
• Component Name
• Required, Conditional or Optional Use
• Manual or Calculated
• Data Format
• Behavior
• Good Practices
• Conditional Note/Associated Component
• Definition
• List of Components by Category
• Detailed Components List

Schedule Conformance
• Conformance Overview
• Categories of Components
• Utilization of Schedule Components
• Conformance Assessment
• Conformance Assessment Process

What You Will Receive
• 30 hours of PMI-SP exam-focused training
• Certificate of Completion
• Class Material
• Parking is free in two places. We will inform where to park when we send class directions
• Help with your PMI-SP Exam application if applicable • For Onsite trainees: coffee, tea and filtered water are provided, along with small snacks • Experienced Instructor

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