Project Management Prep Exam Course

About the Course

This virtual 35-hour preparation course contains five modules that immerse students in real-world scenarios, representing various industries and project management solutions to help participants practice applying principles and concepts at work.

This course meets the 35-hour requirement to apply to take the PMP® credential examination and is intended for those who are experienced in project management or who have already taken project management courses.

The focus is on how best to prepare, study for and take the PMP® credential examination. A review of material normally covered in the exam will be presented.

Successful completion of this course ensures that participants will automatically meet the 35-hour education requirement in order to apply for and take the exam and that their education hours will not be subject to audit.

The Project Management Prep Exam Course is a collaboration between the Fox School of Business at Temple University and Project Management Institute, Delaware Valley Chapter (PMI-DVC).

Logistics

Dates: Five Saturdays, July 9, July 16, July 23, July 30, and Aug. 6

Time: 8:30 a.m. to  4:30 p.m.

Location: Each session will be held via a secure Zoom link

Overview of Modules

Module 1: Creating a High-Performing team
  • Define team ground rules
  • Build a shared understanding
  • Engage and support virtual team
Module 2: Keeping Your Team on Track
  • Collaborate with stakeholders
  • Lead a team
  • Manage conflict
Module 3: Getting Started with Your Project
  • Engage stakeholders
  • Manage and plan scope
  • Assess and manage risk
Module 4: Doing the work
  • Manage project changes
  • Determine appropriate project methods and practices
  • Establish project governance
Module 5: Keeping the Business in Mind
  • Elevate business and environment changes
  • Support organizational change
  • Improve processes

Course Fee

  • $1086 for Project Management Institute, Delaware Valley Chapter, members
  • $1400 for non-members

More Information

Please contact Rich Morris at 215-204-3990 or for information.