Está en la página 1de 8

SCHEDULE PMP LEARNING

LEVEL I – FOUNDATION COURSE:


Week 1: Framework and Standard for Project Mgt (PM)
CbtN:
KAlliance: Course Intro
KAliance: Project Definition
KAlliance: How Project Start
KAlliance: Planning Process Group
CBtn: Project Life Cycle
CBtn: Project Organizational Structure
Week 2: PM Knowledge Areas: Project Integration Mgt
CbtN: Project Integration Management
Week 3: PM Knowledge Areas: Project Scope Mgt
CbtN: Project Scope Definition
CbtN: Project Scope Management
Week 4: PM Knowledge Areas: Project Time Mgt
KAlliance: Time Planning
CbtN: Project Schedule Management
Week 5: PM Knowledge Areas: Project Cost Mgt
KAlliance: Cost Planning
CbtN: Project Budget Definition
CbtN: Project Budget Management
CbtN: Earned Value Analysis

LEVEL II – ADVANCE COURSE

Week 6: PM Knowledge Areas: Project Quality Mgt


KAlliance: Communication Quality and Resources
CbtN: Project Quality Management

Week 7: PM Knowledge Areas: Project Human Resource Mgt


CbtN: Project Human Resource Management
KAlliance: Procurement and Humand Resource Plan

Week 8: PM Knowledge Areas: Project Communication Mgt


KAlliance: Communication Quality and Resources
CbtN: Project Communication Planning
CbtN: Project Communication in Action

Week 9: PM Knowledge Areas: Project Risk Mgt


Kalliance: Risk Planning
CbtN: Project Risk Identification
CbtN: Project Risk Analysis

Week 10: PM Knowledge Areas: Project Procurement Mgt


Kalliance: Procurement and Humand Resource Plan
CbtN: Project Procurement Management

Week 11: Project On Going


KAlliance: Direct and Manage Project
KAlliance: Completing and Execution Processes
KAlliance: Monitoring and Controlling Project Work
KAlliance: Monitoring and Controlling Project Activities
CbtN: Creating Network Diagrams
CbtN: How to Implement PMO
CbtN: Project Initiation
CbtN: Project Planning
CbtN: Project Execution
CbtN: Project Monitoring & Control

Week 12: End of Project


Kalliance: Project Closure
CbtN: Project Closing

OTHERS
CbtN: Project Management Professional

PMP® Preparation Course


Day 1: Framework and Standard for Project Management (PM)
Day 2: Project Management Knowledge Areas – Part I
Day 3: Project Management Knowledge Areas – Part II
 Understanding Project Management
o What is project management?
o The project management life cycle
 Project Initiating
o Tricks of the Trade® for getting started
o Providing the target – the Project Charter
o Individual Exercise – Charter
 Project Planning
o Clarifying and defining project objectives – the Scope Statement
o Tricks for obtaining a finalized scope of work
o Tricks for determining what needs to be done – The Work Breakdown
Structure
o Group and individual exercises – Work Breakdown Structure
o Determining who does what – Staffing the project with Responsibility
Charts
o The role of team planning
o Determining how the project will be completed – Network Diagrams,
Critical Path
o The role of the team in planning
o Determining how the project will be completed – Network Diagrams,
Critical Path
o Individual Exercise - Network Diagram, Critical Path
o Determining how long it will take – Estimating (overview only)
o The role of the project manager during estimating
o Determining how much it will cost – Budgeting
o Determining when each part will be done – Scheduling
o Adjusting time and cost to any required objectives – Crashing and Fast
Tracking
o Exercise - Creating Communications Plans, Management Plans
o Determining areas of potential problems - Risk Management (overview
only, see RMC's Tricks of the Trade® for Risk Management course for
more information)
o Gaining buy-in
o Tricks of the Trade® for preventing common project problem
 Project Executing and Controlling
o Tricks of the Trade® for controlling projects
o Meeting goals, objectives and deadlines – Scope Management
o What needs to be controlled – Project Control
o What to watch for during executing
o Common problems during executing
o Rules for effective meetings
o What should be included in a project report - Reporting
o Preventing padding
o Collecting task status
o Percent Complete
o Group Exercise – Creating a project control system
o Tricks of the Trade® for ensuring performance
o Improving cooperation and communication
o Group Exercise – Leadership and cooperation Conflict Resolution
o Tricks of the Trade® for Change Management
o Tricks of the Trade® for preventing common problems during executing
 Project Closing
o Finishing the product
o Lessons learned
o Creating historical records
o Gaining final acceptance

10 Steps to Becoming a PMP


By Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
Step 1: Read the PMI Credentials Handbook. The PMP Credentials Handbook,
available from www.pmi.org, explains in detail the process of becoming PMP
certified. Reading it should be the first 20 minutes on your PMP certification journey.

Step 2: Make sure you are eligible. The Credentials Handbook also details eligibility
criteria. Depending on your educational background you must show 4,500-7,500
hours of PM experience and 35 hours of PM related training.

Step 3: Become a Member of the PMI and your local PMI Chapter. Becoming a
member makes financial sense. Members receive substantial discounts on the PMP
exam and local events - in particular on PMP Workshop that many local chapters
offer throughout each year. In fact, the discounts are bigger than the membership
fees.

Step 4: Sign up for the Exam. "I want to become a PMP" is a good plan. "I want to
become a PMP and my exam is in 3 months" is a much better plan because we all
work a lot better when we have a deadline. Sign up online via the PMI website.

Step 5: Read the PMBOK Guide. Twice. 75% of PMP Exam questions come from the
PMBOK Guide. You must know it. And the only way to know it is to read it twice.

Step 6: Read a PMP Preparation Book. To learn about the 25% not covered in the
Guide you need third party products like PMP Prep Books or online self-study
courses. You can find these books easily in online or local bookstores. These products
will also "translate" awkwardly described PMBOK Guide concepts and give examples
from everyday PM life.

Step 7: Attend your local chapter's PMP Workshop. The workshops from your local
chapter are usually much less expensive but of similar or higher quality than those
offered by commercial training companies. The volunteers involved as your
instructors will mentor you in your studies and ensure that you know all there is to
know.

Step 8: Answer Sample Questions. Successfully passing any test means knowing
what you will be asked. The PMP exam is no different. Answer as many free and
commercial PMP sample questions as possible and keep score. The rule of thumb is
that if you consistently answer new questions 80% correctly, then you are ready to
take the exam.

Step 9: Study Hard and have a Plan. Studying for the PMP exam is a serious
endeavor and requires personal dedication. Manage your road to becoming a PMP
like a project and create a plan - a study plan. It defines how many hours you study,
how many chapters you read and how many sample questions you take every day.

Step 10: Take the Exam. After all that hard work, taking the exam almost sounds
like the easy part. Consider the following to make the day of the exam a successful
experience: Get a good night's sleep the night before. There is no need to study until
3am. You have studied long and hard and you are ready for it. Bring two forms of
official identification with a photo, water, snacks, a sweater, a simple calculator and
earplugs with you to the exam site. Before the exam take the short tutorial
explaining how to use the computer. Now click the "Start Exam" button. Good luck!
Finally, be prepared for ups and downs in your studies. Some concepts will be easy
for you to comprehend and others will be hard. Don't despair or think that you are
never going to understand them. Thousands of people have passed the exam before
you and you can pass it, too!

TOP TEN CERTIFICATION 2009


1. Cisco CCIE: As one of the most difficult certifications to obtain, the CCIE is an
excellent credential for a professional. The thriving networking field demands
high skilled professionals and the CCIE is the top of the line. Average Salary
$93,000.
2. CISA: The Certified Information Systems Auditor certification from ISACA
association is also very popular and profitable. CISA professionals serve the
company as Information Systems auditors dealing with security controls and
business controls of Information Systems. Average Salary $115,000.
3. CCSE: The Checkpoint Certified Security Engineer is another high level
security certification for professionals working with the Checkpoint Firewall-1
product. Average Salary $90,000
4. MCSD: This is a Microsoft certification about solution designs using Microsoft
products. The Microsoft Certified Solution Developer is expected to know all
enterprise Microsoft solutions and use business analysis skills to suggest the
best solution for a specific customer. Average Salary $88,000
5. PMP: Another certification that requires high skills and lots of
experience. The Project Management Professional is required to
possess extensive experience in project management such as a
Bachelor’s degree with 4,500 hours of project management work.
Average Salary $101,000.
6. CISSP: Another security certification in the list shows that security is a hot
topic for getting certified in 2009. A Certified Information Systems Security
Professional is required to pass a rigorous 6 hours exam (250 questions)
covering 10 domains in information security. It is said that the CISSP
knowledge is 10 inch deep by 10 miles wide!! Average Salary $94,000.
7. RHCE: Red Hat Linux is the most popular linux flavor. Red Hat Certified
Engineers should possess the skills to configure networking and security on
Red Hat OS. The exam is actually a 5-hours hands-on test on configuring
Linux. Average Salary $83,000.
8. SCJP 6.0: This is the Sun Certified Java Programmer certification. Designed
for programmers with skills on Java 2 development platform. Average Salary
$75,000.
9. CAPM: This is another project management certification, but less demanding
compared to the PMP. The Certified Associate in Project Management requires
professionals to possess 1,500 hours of project management experience. Both
CAPM and PMP certifications are awarded by the Project Management
Institute (PMI) which is a highly respected institution in the industry. Average
Salary $75,000.
10.Cisco CCVP: The Cisco Certified Voice Professional comes as number 6 in
latest ZDNET survey for highest paying certifications. Voice over IP and IP
Telephony technologies are always hot and should be expanding even more in
the future. Cisco holds maybe the top position in IP telephony, that is why
CCVP engineers are in high demand. Average Salary $89,000.
--------------
SAP PS Certification :
1. C_TPLM22_60
SAP Certified Application Associate - Project Management with SAP ERP 6.0

Way(s) to attain

Importanc Alter Oth


Primary
Competency e Topic native er

Build, implement, configure, 40% Project Structures (Work TPLM20, PLM200,


model, and troubleshoot Breakdown Structure, Network and TPLM22 PLM210
solutions and processes in... activities, Milestones) ++
Project Builder + TPLM20, PLM200,
TPLM22 PLM210
Project Planning Board + TPLM20, PLM200,
TPLM22 PLM210,
PLM220
Project simulation + TPLM20 PLM210
Standard work breakdown TPLM20, PLM210
structure, standard network + TPLM22
Cost planning + TPLM20, PLM200,
TPLM22 PLM230
Network costing + TPLM20, PLM200,
TPLM22 PLM230
Assigning orders + TPLM20 PLM230
Budgeting + TPLM20, PLM200,
TPLM22 PLM230

Articulate, explain, describe, 60% Time scheduling & scheduling TPLM20, PLM200,
and outline solutions and (Resources,Work center,Capacity TPLM22 PLM220
processes in … planning and capacity
evluation,Workforce planning to HR
resource,...) ++
Material (Work breakdown TPLM20, PLM200,
structure BOM,BOM PS TPLM22 PLM220,
Interface,Component assignment PLM230
in the network,Material
procurement,...) ++
Revenue and Payments (Revenu TPLM20, PLM200,
and payment planning in the TPLM22 PLM230
project,Sales pricing and quotation
creation,Resource-related
billing, ...) ++
Period-End closing (Template TPLM20, PLM200,
allocaiton,Application of TPLM22 PLM230
overhead,Interest
calculation,Progress analysis and
Progress Analysis Workbench,...) +
+
External service and service TPLM20, PLM200,
activities + TPLM22 PLM220
Organizational units in SAP ERP + TPLM20, PLM200,
TPLM22 PLM230
Info systems in project TPLM20, PLM200,
management + TPLM22 PLM220,
PLM230
Field selection + TPLM20, PLM210
TPLM22
Open PS + TPLM20, PLM200
TPLM22

https://training.sap.com/certification/c_tplm22_60-sap-certified-application-associate-
project-management-with-sap-erp-60-g/

2. C_TPLM22_64
SAP Certified Application Associate - Project System with SAP ERP 6.0 EHP4
Number of Questions 80
Duration 180

Importanc Way(s) to attain


Competency e Topic Primary Alternative Other
Build, implement, configure, 60% Cost & Budgets +++ PLM230 PLM200 TPLM20
model, and troubleshoot Revenues & Payments ++ PLM230 PLM200 TPLM20
solutions and processes. Resources +++ PLM220 PLM200 TPLM20
Material +++ PLM220 PLM200 TPLM20
Reporting + PLM220, PLM240 TPLM20
PLM230
Articulate, explain, describe, and 40% Dates +++ PLM220 PLM200 TPLM20
outline solutions and processes. Project Structures +++ PLM210 PLM200 TPLM20

http://www.sap.com/services/education/certtraining/certificationtest.epx?context=%5b
%5bC_TPLM22_64%7c%5d%5d%7c