This PMP Certification Training video will help you to clear the PMP Certification Exam in the first attempt. It also gives an understanding of PMBOK Guide, project management processes, and how to earn the PMP PDU’s to apply for PMP Certification Exam.

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How it Works?

1. Course consists of 35 hours of online classes, 5 Mock Tests
2. We have a 24×7 One-on-One LIVE Technical Support to help you with any problems you might face or any clarifications you may require during the course.
3. You will get Lifetime Access to the recordings in the LMS.

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About the Course

Edureka’s instructor-led, online PMP exam prep course is designed to help aspiring professionals earn PMP® certification in the first attempt. The goal of this course is to empower the current and future project managers to manage project more efficiently and effectively throughout the Project Management Life cycle.

This course is taught by PMP certified trainers who have years of experience in training. These instructors have been practicing project and program management with some of the top organizations across industries. They leverage their rich, hands-on industry experience to help participants understand the practical application of all the 10 knowledge areas covered in The PMBOK® Guide (Project Management Body of Knowledge) – 5th Edition. The real-life examples, focus on core concepts and PMP mock tests help participants gain confidence to take up the PMP® exam and clear it in the first attempt.

PMP® Exam Preparation Course Objectives

1. Help participants clear the PMP exam in the first attempt
2. Earning the required 35 contact hour to become eligible for PMP Exam
3. Provide a 360 degree overview of The PMBOK® Guide – 5th Edition
4. Decipher the processes and knowledge areas of The PMBOK® Guide – 5th Edition
5. Help participants understand significant steps of the project life cycle
6. Review The PMBOK® Guide – 5th Edition tools and techniques essential for success in PMP exam
7. Evaluate participant’s exam preparedness and create a personalized plan for self-study
8. Instill confidence to manage complex projects of various sizes

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Who should go for the PMP Certification?

The PMP® certification authenticates competency of the professional in leading and managing projects and project teams. PMP® certification is useful for anyone who is, aspiring to be a project manager, a seasoned project manager or has just become a project manager and looking to improve one’s skills and expertise.
PMPs are leading projects in nearly every industry and every country. PMP® certification does not focus on a particular geography or domain, it is domain agnostic and truly global. As a certified PMP, you can work in any domain or industry.

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PMP® Exam Pre-requisites

1. Project Management Education: This online virtual training will provide you the required 35 Contact Hours of Formal Project Management Education.
2. Project Management Experience: A four-year degree (bachelor’s or the global equivalent) and minimum 4,500 hours of project management experience over at-least three years’ time.
A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) and minimum 7,500 hours of project management experience over at -least five years’ time. For more information on PMP®, Click Here to access official PMP® Handbook on PMI® website.

Please write back to us at or call us at +91 88808 62004 for more information.


Customer Reviews:

Swapneel Singh, Program Manager at HP says: “My association with Edureka started when I opted for PMP course with them. Online training for 4 weeks with live instructor coaching, really helped me clear my concepts otherwise I would have been lost in the PMBOK. Instructor led Weekend morning classes with mock test at the end of each module is really helpful. Ofcourse just the classes is not enough to crack the exam you have to prepare from the PMBOK. I am highly satisfied with the study material, excellent instructor and extensive mock test that they have put up. I would recommend people to take the PMP course from”

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