PROJECT+
  • What You Will Learn

    This certification preparation program is intended for individuals in various job roles who are involved in leading, managing, and participating in small to medium scale projects. In this course, students will apply recognized practices of project management and understand a project’s life cycle and roles and skills necessary to effectively initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control, and close a project.
    PRICE: $3,695
  • Course Details

    Course Duration

    12 weeks, 15 hours a week.

    Credit to be Awarded

    Project+ Certification

    Learning method

    “Blended”

  • Prequisites

    General Requirement

    Students must be 18 years of age, possess a high school diploma, or General Equivalency Diploma (GED), or Home School Diploma.

    CompTIA Organization Certification Recommendations/ Prerequisites

     CompTIA recommends that students have 12 months of cumulative experience in leading, managing, and participating in small to medium scale projects. These are recommendations and are not required in order to be eligible to sit for the Project+ certification examination.

    CompTIA Organization Certification Exam Requirements

    To be certified, students must pass the certification exam with a minimum score of 710 on a scale of 100-900 during the allotted 90 minutes for the 100-question exam.

  • Outline

    1. Exploring Project Management Fundamentals, Performing the Pre-Project Setup, Initiating a Project, and Planning Project Strategy
    2. Developing the Project Schedule, and Planning Human Resources, Communications, and Quality
    3. Planning Project Risk Management, Planning Project Costs, and Planning Project Procurements
    4. Planning for Change Management and Transitions, Managing Project Execution, and Managing Project Procurement
    5. Monitoring Project Performance, Monitoring and Controlling Project Constraints, Monitoring Project Risks and Procurements, and Performing Project Closure
  • Module Group 1

    Exploring Project Management Fundamentals, Performing the Pre-Project Setup, Initiating a Project, and Planning Project Strategy

    • Topic A: Examine Project Management Basics
    • Topic B: Describe the Project Life Cycle
    • Topic C: Examine Organizational Influences on Project Management
    • Topic D: Create a Project Concept Definition Statement
    • Topic E: Determine Strategic and Operational Relevance
    • Topic F: Examine Project Selection
    • Topic G: Prepare a Project SOW
    • Topic H: Create a Project Charter
    • Topic I: Identify Project Stakeholders
    • Topic J: Identify Elements of the Project Management Plan and Subsidiary Plans
    • Topic K: Determine Stakeholder Needs
    • Topic L: Create a Scope Statement
    • Topic M: Develop a Work Breakdown Structure
  • Module Group 2

    Developing the Project Schedule, and Planning Human Resources, Communications, and Quality

    • Topic A: Create an Activity List
    • Topic B: Create a Project Schedule Network Diagram
    • Topic C: Identify Resources
    • Topic D: Estimate Time
    • Topic E: Develop a Project Schedule
    • Topic F: Identify the Critical Path
    • Topic G: Optimize the Project Schedule
    • Topic H: Create a Schedule Baseline
    • Topic I: Create a Human Resource Plan
    • Topic J: Create a Communications Management Plan
    • Topic K: Create a Quality Management Plan
  • Module Group 3

    Planning Project Risk Management, Planning Project Costs, and Planning Project Procurements

    • Topic A: Create a Risk Management Plan
    • Topic B: Identify Project Risks and Triggers
    • Topic C: Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
    • Topic D: Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • Topic E: Develop a Risk Response Plan
    • Topic F: Estimate Project Costs
    • Topic G: Estimate the Cost Baseline
    • Topic H: Reconcile Funding and Costs
    • Topic I: Plan Project Procurements
    • Topic J: Prepare a Procurement SOW
    • Topic K: Prepare a Procurement Document
  • Module Group 4

    Planning for Change Management and Transitions, Managing Project Execution, and Managing Project Procurement

    • Topic A: Develop an Integrated Change Control System
    • Topic B: Develop a Transition Plan
    • Topic C: Direct Project Execution
    • Topic D: Execute a Quality Assurance Plan
    • Topic E: Assemble the Project Team
    • Topic F: Develop the Project Team
    • Topic G: Manage the Project Team
    • Topic H: Distribute Project Information
    • Topic I: Manage Stakeholder Relationships and Expectations
    • Topic J: Obtain Responses from Sellers
    • Topic K: Determine Project Sellers
  • Module Group 5

    Monitoring Project Performance, Monitoring and Controlling Project Constraints, Monitoring Project Risks and Procurements, and Performing Project Closure

    • Topic A: Monitor and Control Project Work
    • Topic B: Manage Project Changes
    • Topic C: Report Project Performance
    • Topic D: Control the Project Scope
    • Topic E: Control the Project Schedule
    • Topic F: Control Project Costs
    • Topic G: Manage Project Quality
    • Topic H: Control Project Risks
    • Topic I: Manage Vendors and Procurements
    • Topic J: Deliver the Final Product
    • Topic K: Close Project Procurements
    • Topic L: Close a Project