Preparation for the PgMP Exam PGM00.99
The days of the monolithic, complex, multi-year project are over. They are just too hard to plan, manage and complete within expectations. Instead large initiatives are managed through a program. A program is an organizational structure to coordinate and guide a large initiative made up of multiple related projects.
The Project Management Institute (PMI) has developed a certification for program managers called the Program Manager Professional (PgMP). This class prepares students to take the exam through a series of instructor lead discussions, key definitions, test tips and sample test questions.
- Program management experience
At the end of this class, participants should be able to:
- Better understand the fundamentals of program management
- Pass the PgMP exam
Who Should Attend
- Individuals interested in passing the PgMP exam
- Program management concepts
- Strategic program management
- Program management lifecycle
- Initiating a program
- Planning the program
- Executing the program,
- Controlling the program
- Closing the program
- Benefit management
- Stakeholder management
Each section contains a combination of instructor-led material, test-taking tips and sample test questions.
- Three days (24 Total PDUs – 16 Technical / 4 Leadership / 4 Strategic)