Today’s ever-changing business environment requires new approaches to Project Management, which has become an important tool for dealing with time-to-market, resources, limitations, downsizing and global competition. As markets and project organizations become more dynamic, administrative and technical skills alone are no-longer sufficient to deal with the complexities of modern project undertakings.

In recent years, the Project Management Professional® Certification from the Project Management Institute “PMI” has become the most sought after certification in the world of project management professionals. To earn PMI’s PMP® credential, you must demonstrate the required ‘long term commitment” to project management professionalism and pass a rigorous, 200-question exam covering the five project management process groups and ten knowledge areas in PMI’s Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK® Guide - Fifth Edition.

Target audience
Project Managers and program Managers who are or will be involved in the areas of engineering, production, data processing, research and development, construction, corporate planning, finance and marketing. This course is of particular importance to executives, managers and supervisors in government and industry who are concerned with effectively managing ventures and projects where cost, schedule and performance of programs must meet rigid requirements.
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Course Language
English and/or Arabic
Delivery mode
Course Duration
5 Days (35 Contact Hours)
Course objectives
Demonstrate a deep knowledge of project management issues and activities within organizations including project initiation and closing
Develop a charter and project plan that respond to a reliable scenario integrating best practices project management tools and techniques.
Demonstrate autonomy, judgment and responsibility in project planning and execution through both independent work as well as part of a project team
Examine and respond to project risks through detailed project analysis to identify salient issues, alternative pathways and report changing status effectively to a professional standard
Integrate the principles and concepts of project management to address contemporary challenges and changes in project contex