Project and Processes Management

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®


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Target Audience

Certified Associate in Project Management is oriented is oriented to:

  • Professionals seeking knowledge and introduction on Project Management
  • Professionals seeking CAPM® certification and credential

Skills Gained

  • Prepare to pass the PMI® CAPM® exam while completing the required 24 contact hours/PDUs
  • Decipher PMBOK® Guide processes and knowledge areas
  • Identify significant steps of the project life cycle

Certificate and Exam

Participants will receive attendance certificates upon the completion of the workshop. Participants will be awarded 24 Contact hours / Professional Development Units (PDU) hours needed to acquire the CAPM® certificate.

Please note that the participants will pursue the examination and certification process independently and individually. The trainer will be ready to offer advice. More information about the CAPM® certification is available on the following link:

Topics Covered

  • Outlining process groups and knowledge areas
  • Evaluating the standard for managing projects


  • Developing the project charter
  • Coordinating content of the project management plan
  • Performing project work
  • Controlling changes throughout the project
  • Defining and facilitating stakeholder requirements
  • Developing detailed project and product descriptions
  • Creating the work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Verifying and controlling the scope baseline
  • Defining and sequencing activities
  • Estimating activity resources and durations
  • Developing and controlling the schedule
  • Developing project budgets
  • Applying earned value management (EVM) basics
  • Managing changes to the cost baseline
  • Identifying project quality standards and requirements
  • Determining project quality activities
  • Demonstrating compliance with quality approach
  • Ensuring adherence to quality guidelines
  • Monitoring and measuring quality results
  • Enhancing project performance through team development and improved competencies
  • Tracking team member performance
  • Determining stakeholder information needs
  • Distributing information and addressing issues
  • Collecting and distributing project performance data
  • Planning project procurement and identifying sellers
  • Obtaining seller responses and awarding contracts
  • Managing procurement relationships
  • Monitoring contract performance
  • Completing each project procurement
  • Assessing and documenting risks
  • Performing qualitative and quantitative risk analysis
  • Planning appropriate risk responses
  • Tracking identified risks and risk triggers
  • Reevaluating existing risks and identifying new ones
  • Implementing risk response plans as required
  • Identifying internal and external project stakeholders
  • Managing stakeholder expectations
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