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Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®

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Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®

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Enderun Extension, in partnership with the Project Management Institute (PMI), is offering the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) qualification. This is PMI’s entry-level project management certification for project managers worldwide. This certification indicates knowledge of the principles and terminology within A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Sixth Edition, which outlines generally recognized best practices in project management.

Individuals who contribute specialized skills to a project team can benefit from this
certification by aligning their work with project managers. Individuals who do not have
project experience, but are interested in project management can also benefit from this
certification by demonstrating their professional knowledge. This knowledge can be
applied to on-the-job experiences that help develop competencies in the practice of project management. Individuals who carry the CAPM designation after their name enjoy a high level of credibility from Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification holders, project managers, employers, and peers.

Objectives

  • Develop the fundamentals of implementing standard processes and practices to be successful in your projects
  • Recognize the hierarchy of projects, programs and portfolios
  • Acquire the necessary understanding and skills required to pass the CAPM® certification exam
  • Understand the six project management processes in the project scope management knowledge area
  • Become an efficient project manager and become a valuable member of a project management team
  • Identify concepts and procedures related to project change management
  • Identify considerations for agile/adaptive environments in project schedule management
  • Understand and apply basic forecasting and earned value methods for project cost management

Modules

Introduction to Project Management
  • Understand the five project management process groups and the processes within each group
  • Recognize the relationships among project, program, portfolio, and operational management
  • Define a typical project lifecycle
  • Understand the function and importance of tailoring for different projects
Project Environment
  • Identify the factors and assets that may impact the outcome of a project
  • Distinguish between organizational systems
  • Understand the purpose and activities of a Project Management Office
  • Recognize the hierarchy of projects, programs and portfolios
Role of the Project Manager
  • State the primary functions of a project manager
  • Understand a project manager’s sphere of influence
  • Identify the major elements included in the PMI triangle
  • Recognize the difference between leadership and management
Project Integration Management
  • Understand the seven project management processes in the project integration management knowledge area
  • Identify the input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in the seven processes in project integration management
  • Understand the purpose of project integration management and the project manager’s role within it
  • Identify concepts and procedures related to project change management
  • Identify tailoring consideration in project integration management an recognize key documents
  • Identify methods for project integration and knowledge management
Project Scope Management
  • Understand the six project management processes in the project scope management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in the six processes in project scope management
  • Identify key concepts and tailoring consideration for project scope management, and key roles in scope management
  • Identify the purpose and elements of a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) for both Product and Project scope
  • Understand project scope management for agile/adaptive projects, including the use of prototypes
Project Schedule Management
  • Define the six project management processes in the project schedule management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in the six processes in project schedule management
  • Solve simple network diagrams problems and perform basic scheduling calculations
  • Identify considerations for agile/adaptive environments in project schedule Management
Project Cost Management
  • Understand the four project management processes in the project cost management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in the four processes in project cost management
  • Identify key concepts in project cost management, including tailoring and special considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Understand and apply basic forecasting and earned value methods for project cost management
Project Quality Management
  • Understand the three project management processes in the project quality management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in the three quality management processes
  • Understand the reasons for and approaches to adapting quality management in different project environments
  • Identify quality tools and approaches for continuous improvement
Project Resource Management
  • Define the six project management processes in the project resource management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in the six processes in project resource management
  • Identify key concepts and trends in project resource management, including tailoring and special considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Identify techniques for developing a team, managing conflict, and resolving resource-related problems
  • Understand the components of a resource management plan and data representation techniques for managing project resources
Project Communication Management
  • Understand the three project management processes in the project communication management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in the three project communication management processes
  • Identify key concepts and approaches in project communication management, including tailoring and special considerations for agile/adaptive environments
  • Recognize the dimensions of communication and components of a communications management plan
  • Identify communications skills and methods for project communication Management
Project Risk Management
  • Understand the seven project management processes in the project risk management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in project risk management
  • Identify the key documents in project risk management
  • Perform simple risk calculations
  • Recognize when and how to adjust risk based on the project environment
Project Procurement Management
  • Understand the three processes in the project procurement management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in the three project procurement processes
  • Identify key concepts and tailoring considerations for project procurement management, including trends and emerging practices
  • Identify various types of contracts, agreements, and source selection methods
Project Stakeholder Management
  • Understand the four project management processes in the project stakeholder management knowledge area
  • Identify the Input, tools, techniques and outputs defined in the four project stakeholder management processes
  • Recognize key stakeholders roles and needs
  • Identify the key concepts and benefits of stakeholder management
Examination

The Certified Associate in Project Management examination is conducted online through Pearson Vue, where the examinee will be remotely invigilated through their webcam and a screen sharing application. Examinees will have 3 hours to complete 150 multiple choice questions.

Admissions Criteria
The prerequisites for the CAPM are the following:

  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent)
  • 23 hours of project management education completed by the time you sit for the exam.

After submission of these prerequisites, students will have a consultation with one of our Education Advisors. Key factors we’ll discuss with you include:

Background
You don’t need experience in project management to enrol in our courses, although having some is a definite bonus.

Commitment
You do need to be motivated and committed. We set a high bar. Studying for one of our professional qualifications requires a certain amount of time, energy, and focus. Our team will be there to support you along every step of the way, but success will come as a result of your own diligence.

Class Format

Synchronous Learning: Lectures online via Zoom
As Authorized Training Partners of the Project Management Institute, this course will provide students with the 23 contact hours required to take the CAPM examination.

Asynchronous Learning: Project to be completed outside of class hours
Throughout the duration of the course, students will complete a project based on an existing or upcoming project. Students will apply the project management principles taught throughout each class. The purpose of this activity is to apply their learnings to real world and personal projects, to prepare them for once they finish the course.

Payment Plans

Study Now, Pay later

This consists of a downpayment of PHP10,000 before the course start date. The remaining PHP45,000 can be paid on a monthly basis for 3 months, which you will begin to pay after the end of the course.

Pre-Course Payment
1st Payment PhP 10,000
Post-Course Payment
Month 1 PhP 15,000
Month 2 PhP 15,000
Month 3 PhP 15,000
Credit Card Installment Plans

We also accept BDO credit cards at 0% interest plans for 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, and 24 months. (We will shortly be offering similar payment plans from the following: RCBC, Unionbank, BPI, AUB).

Required Technical Requirement

The Certified Associate in Project Management examination is invigilated online through Pearson Vue. In order to take the examination, you must meet the following technical requirements:

Operating System
    • Windows 10 (64-bit) (excluding ‘S Mode’)
    • Windows 8.1 (64-bit) (all editions except ‘RT’)
    • Mac OS 10.13 and above (excluding beta versions)

Note:

  • Windows Operating Systems must pass Genuine Windows Validation
  • Windows Vista, Windows XP and Windows 7 are strictly prohibited for exam delivery
  • All Linux/Unix based Operating Systems are strictly prohibited.
Firewall Do not take your exam in a setting with a corporate firewall (including VPN) or alert your Network Administrator to the network configuration requirements. We recommend testing on a personal computer. Work computers generally have more restrictions that may prevent successful delivery.
Firewall Do not take your exam in a setting with a corporate firewall (including VPN) or alert your Network Administrator to the network configuration requirements. We recommend testing on a personal computer. Work computers generally have more restrictions that may prevent successful delivery.
Device All tablets are strictly forbidden, unless it has a physical keyboard and also meets the operating system requirements mentioned earlier.
RAM OS specified minimum RAM
4 GB RAM or more
Display Minimum Resolution: 1024 x 768 in 16-bit color.

Additional monitors are forbidden.

Internet Browser The newest versions of Microsoft Edge, Safari, Chrome, and Firefox
Internet Connection For optimal performance, a reliable and stable connection speed of 3 Mbps down/up is required

Where possible, we recommend testing on a wired network as opposed to a wireless network.

If testing from home, ask others within the household to avoid internet use during your exam session.

Tethering to a mobile hotspot is explicitly prohibited.

Webcam Webcam must have a minimum resolution of 640×480 @ 10 fps.
Webcam may be internal or may be external and connected to the computer.Mac users may need to allow OnVUE within their ‘System Preferences: Security & Privacy: Privacy’ settings for Microphone, Camera, Automation and Input Monitoring.
Sound & Microphone Verify the audio and microphone are not set on mute in Windows.

Mac users may need to allow OnVUE within their ‘System Preferences: Security & Privacy: Privacy’ settings for Microphone, Camera, Automation and Input Monitoring.

Browser Settings Internet Cookies must be enabled.
Power Ensure you are connected to a power source before starting your exam to avoid draining your battery during the exam

If your system does not meet the requirements and causes a problem during the exam, you will have to reschedule at your own cost. To be sure that your device meets the technical requirements, please perform the system test at this link: https://candidatelaunchst.onvue.com/?locale=en-US&access_code=510101133&chat=false&session_id=1822226

Details

Start:
Friday, Dec 31 | 8:00 am
End:
December 5, 2022 | 3:00 pm
Venue
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Program Fee:
PhP 27,000

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