Training & Certifications

CompTIA Project+ certifies the knowledge and skills of professionals in project management. Project+ validates the ability to initiate, manage and support a project or business initiative. And it’s not just for IT technicians; Project+ is designed for any individual who wants to validate project management experience.

Project management is one of the business world’s most in-demand skill sets, both inside and outside the IT profession. Even the smallest projects can benefit from project management processes. Well-run projects save time and ensure continued focus on company goals. The CompTIA Project+ certification validates the communication and business skills you need to lead projects with confidence, complete projects on time and make sure you stay within budget.

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to :

  • Manage projects and business initiatives
  • Obtain important core knowledge of the project life cycle
  • Define roles and skills necessary to effectively initiate, plan, execute, monitor/control, and close a project

Business professionals involving in projects such as Project Coordinator/Manager, Business Analyst, Manager, Director, and Team Leader.

This program is 5 days of intensive training class.

It is recommended for CompTIA Project+ candidates to have the following:

  • At least 12 months of cumulative experience in leading, managing, directing and/or participating in small to medium scale projects

At the end of the program, the participants will be assessed with 90 minutes of CompTIA Project+ Exam.

CompTIA Project+ Certification will be awarded upon successfully passing the exam from CompTIA.

  1. Requirements to complete a pre-project setup
  2. Characteristics of a project
  3. Steps required to validate a project
  4. Components of a project charter
  5. Groups of the project life cycle
  6. Different types of organizational structures
  1. Prepare a project scope document based on an approved project charter
  2. Use a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and WBS dictionary to organize project planning
  3. Managing changes to the project
  4. Develop a project schedule based on WBS, project scope and resource requirements
  5. Apply the appropriate tool and/or method to produce the appropriate outcome
  6. Interpret the results of using the following tools and/or methods
  7. Internal / external communication plan
  8. Risk management plan
  9. Roles and resource requirements based on WBS and resource availability
  10. Quality management plan
  11. Procurement process
  12. Purpose and common components of a transition plan
  1. Coordinate human resources to maximize performance
  2. Importance of a project kick-off meeting and outline the common activities performed during this meeting
  3. Recognize the purpose and influence of organizational governance on a project’s execution
  4. Affected components of a project plan and actions that should be taken
  1. Implement proper change management procedures
  2. Impact of potential changes to triple constraint
  3. Using the risk management plan determine an appropriate response to potential risk / opportunity events
  4. Resource leveling techniques
  5. Ensure quality of project deliverables
  6. Potential tools to use when a project deliverable is out of specification as defined in the quality baseline
  7. Calculate and interpret the results of Earned Value Measurement (EVM)
  8. Manage and implement information distribution based on communications plan
  9. Recognize the special communication needs of remote and/or indirect project team members
  1. Importance and benefits of formal project closure
  2. Circumstances in which project/phase closure might occur and steps to take when closure occurs
  3. Components and purpose of closing documentation

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