PMP® Certification preparation

PMP® certification is the world’s most respected certification for professional project managers.

Course description:

The course prepares you for the examination for the PMP® certification. We begin with a two-day course where we lay the foundation for your self-studies and then end with a two-day course to make a practice examination and sort out any questions.

Target group:

Experienced project managers who intend to become  certified as a PMP, Project Manager Professional.


2 +2 days.


Basic project management training and extensive practical experience. At least a university degree and 4,500 hours of project management during the past eight years, and 35 hours of training. Alternatively, high school degree and 7,500 hours of project management during the past eight years, and 35 hours of training.

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Feasibility study, preparation materials, energetic lectures, discussions, practical exercises and practice exams. Lectures in Swedish with English documentation for training and getting used to the terminology.

Personal coaching between stages where you conducts self-studies.

Course documents available for download to iPad or computer:

  • Comprehensive course documentation with slides, checklists, templates and exercises and practice exams.
  • Literature: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Fourth Edition, Project Management Institute (Kindle Edition – Jan 1, 2011) – Kindle eBook.
  • A Project Manager’s Guide to Passing the Project Management (PMP) Exam [Kindle Edition], Brent W. Knapp PMP.


  • PMBOK® Review.
  • Objectives.
  • Exam Scope.
  • Exam Scoring.
  • PMP® Exam Application.

Project Management Processes in the PMBOK

  • Project Integration Management.
  • Project Scope Management.
  • Project Time Management.
  • Project Cost Management.
  • Project Quality Management.
  • Project Human Resource Management.
  • Project Communication Management.
  • Project Risk Management.
  • Project Procurement Management.

PMI Professional Responsibility

  • Key Definitions.