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Training Catalogue 2017 "The nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise, rather than being preceded by a period of worry and depression." Sir John Harvey-Jones OfficialSponsor2009Congress

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Index …………………………………………………………………………………… Index.......................................................................................................................................... 2 Training Formats....................................................................................................................... 3 PDU’s distribution by course.................................................................................................... 4 PMI® - PMP®.............................................................................................................................. 5 PMI® - CAPM® ........................................................................................................................... 9 PMI® - Professional in Business Analysis®............................................................................... 11 PMI® - Risk Management Professional® ................................................................................. 13 PMI®-Program Management Professional®............................................................................ 16 PMI® - Agile Certified Professional®........................................................................................ 19 PMI® - Schedule Professional®................................................................................................ 22 AAPM® - Certified International Project Manager®................................................................ 24 AAPM® - Master Project Manager® ............................................Error! Bookmark not defined. AAPM® - Certified Human Resource AnalystTM....................................................................... 26 Scrum.org - Professional Scrum Master level I e IITM .............................................................. 29 PRINCE2 Foundation ............................................................................................................... 32 ITIL Foundation 2011............................................................................................................... 36 AACE – Earned Value Professional .......................................................................................... 38 Project Management Core ...................................................................................................... 40 MS Project Core....................................................................................................................... 43 Project Management Simulation ............................................................................................ 45 Project Management Fundamentals....................................................................................... 47 Advanced Project Management.............................................................................................. 49 Handling Multiple Projects...................................................................................................... 51 Managing troubled projects.................................................................................................... 54 Managing project quality ........................................................................................................ 56 Our trainer .............................................................................................................................. 58 http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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Training Formats …………………………………………………………………………………… Courses Certifications PMI-PMP® PMI-CAPM® PMI-Professional in Business Analysis® PMI-Risk Management Professional® PMI-Program Management Professional® PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner® PMI-Schedule Professional® AAPM-Certified International Project Manager® AAPM-Certified Human Resources Analyst® Scrum.org-Professional Scrum Master level I e II™ PRINCE2Foundation PRINCE2 Practitioner ITIL Foundation AACE – Earned Value Professional Base Project Management Core Microsoft Project Core Project Management Simulation Project Management Fundamentals Advanced Project Management Handling Multiple Projects Managing troubled projects Managing project quality Class Elearning Class+ Elearning http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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PDU’s distribution by course ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… The Project Management Institute (PMI) has mandated that all certification holders maintain a combination of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management expertise to stay relevant and competitive. XPM offers training in all 3 of these “Talent Triangle” areas. The PMI Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) can be summarized as follows:  Education (Minimum of 35 PDUs): with at least 8 PDUs in each of the 3 sections. Remaining PDUs can go into any of the 3 sections.  Giving Back (Maximum of 25 PDUs): PDUs must be earned for Volunteering and Creating Knowledge (17 PDUs) and Working as a Professional (8 PDUs). Courses Certifications PMI-PMP® PMI-CAPM® PMI-Professional in Business Analysis® PMI-Risk Management Professional® PMI-Program Management Professional® PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner® PMI-Schedule Professional® AAPM-Certified International Project Manager® AAPM-Certified Human Resources Analyst® Scrum.org-Professional Scrum Master level I e II™ PRINCE2 Foundation PRINCE2 Practitioner ITIL Foundation 2011 AACE – Earned Value Professional Base Project Management Core Microsoft Project Core Project Management Simulation Project Management Fundamentals Advanced Project Management Handling Multiple Projects Managing troubled projects Managing project quality Hours Technical Project Mgmt Leadership Strategic and Business Mgmt 35 30 24 8 5 8 8 35 15 8 12 40 28 6 6 35 10 15 10 28 18 10 40 40 40 16 16 8 35 8 15 12 16 16 24 16 4 4 16 8 4 4 24 24 35 19 8 8 24 8 24 16 24 8 24 20 24 4 28 10 24 4 24 8 8 8 4 12 9 12 8 8 8 8 8 9 8 8 http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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PMI® - PMP® “Professionalism and competence. Useful practical information. It managed to motivate me more to be a project manager.” …..… Rodrigo A. Course objective This course prepares trainees for the Project Management Institute (PMI®) Project Management Professional (PMP®) exam certification. Target Project managers who wish to submit to the Project management Professional - PMP® certification exam. Course Information Class duration: 35 hours Elearning duration: 60 days Formats: Classroom Classroom+elearning Elearning PDU’s: 35 Prerequisites PMI® defined some prerequisites to obtain the certification. See more on: www.PMI®.org 30 5 0 http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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PMI® - Project Management Institute XPM Consulting is a PMI® Registered Education provider and can provide Professional Development Units (PDU's) to maintain PMI® certifications. This course guarantees the 35 contact hours required to be eligible for the PMP® exam. Formats PMP® Exam Prep – Classroom This classroom training is focused on how to successfully pass the PMP® exam. The classroom course includes:  Learn with a PMI® Registered Education Provider  Review exam questions  Review exercises  Prepare your study plan with the help of a tutor  Prepare your exam application with the help of a tutor  Memory aids  Exam tips PMP® Exam Prep – E-learning Since 2006, XPM has dedicated thousands of training hours preparing project managers for the PMP® exam. Now, our experience is available online and you can prepare yourself for the exam at your one pace. Our PMI® - PMP® elearning offers:  Accessible through any Internet connection  Unlimited access 24/7  Language: English  60 days access license  Interactive vídeo and audio lessons  Enjoy learning games, such as sudoku and crosswords  E-notes  Share your questions online with the tutor  Complete more than 1000 of exam simulation questions  Complete more than 100 explained exercises  Access hundreds of exam tips  Find out what you need to know for each topic  Access a glossary with more than 800 definitions  Hyperlinked glossary of terms  Learn faster with flash cards, memory aids and other learning tools  No software required  Accessible through any internet connection  Prepare your study plan with the help of a tutor  Prepare your exam application with the help of a tutor Demo Hands-on Try our e-learning platform, see lessons, play memorization games like “Sudoku”, Flashcards and much: http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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http://www.xpmconsulting.com/learning/ Demo See a demo of our PMI®-PMP® e-learning course: http://prezi.com/w2njfnvm9col/PMP®-e-learning-course-demo/ PMP® Classroom+ e-learning This course includes the PMI®-PMP® classroom plus 60 days access to the PMI®-PMP® elearning course. Book - McGraw-Hill Education PMP® Project Management Professional Exam This book is a compilation of materials developed, by Henrique Moura, our principal trainer, throughout thirteen years of experience as project manager, and thousands of hours of project management training throughout the world. Program  About – PMP eligibility requirements; PMP application process; maintaining the PMP certification; exam blueprint; exam tips; about the course; preparing a study plan;  Framework - Project; understanding project success; project management and project constraints, project life cycles and product life cycles; functional, matrix and projectized organizations; program and portfolio; PMO; OPM3; stakeholders and their roles;  Process Group – Initiating; planning; executing; monitoring & controlling and closing; inputs, tools and outputs;  Integration Management – Project charter; business case; statement of work; project selection; organizational process assets; historical information; enterprise environmental factors; assumptions and constraints; project management plan; baselines; PMIS; coordinating project work; lessons learned; monitor and control; corrective and preventive actions; integrated change management; configuration management; work authorization system; project closure.  Scope Management – Project vs product scope; plan scope management; collect requirements; requirements collection techniques; requirements traceability matrix; define scope; scope statement; product analysis; WBS and WBS dictionary; decomposition and work packages; scope verification and scope control; scope creep;  Time Management – Schedule management plan; define activities; milestones; rolling wave planning; activity sequencing; network diagram; PDM and ADM; leads and lags; dependency types; estimate activity resources; resource requirements and RBS; estimate activity durations; estimation techniques; estimate under uncertainty; develop project schedule; schedule types; CPM; Monte Carlo, Critical Chain Method; schedule compression; schedule optimization; control schedule;  Cost Management – Direct and indirect costs; fixed and variable costs; recurring and non-recurring costs; cost management plan; cost estimating; basis of estimate; cost http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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estimation techniques; working with reserves; estimates precision; learning curve;life cycle costing; cost budgeting; cost baseline; S curve; cost control; earned value management; rules of performance measurement;  Quality Management - Product, process and project quality; quality management principles; quality management methodologies philosophies; quality management plan; quality policy; process improvement plan; quality metrics and operational definition; costs of quality; quality management techniques; quality assurance, quality audit and process analysis; quality control; control chart, control limits and specification limits; inspections, quality attributes, quality control measurements; precision vs accuracy;  Human resources Management - Human resources management plan: staffing management plan; organization chart; RBS; OBS; RAM; histogram; recognition and rewards systems; acquire project team; negotiation, pre-assignment and virtual teams; develop project team; Tuckman team development model; manage project team; conflict management; project performance appraisal; motivation; basis of power;  Communications Management – Communication management plan; communication channels; war room; communication types; communication model; distribute information; report performance; report types; project records;  Risk Management – Risk; risk management; risk anatomy; risk types; individual and overall project risk; attitude toward risk; risk appetite; risk tolerance; risk thresholds; risk management plan; categories; RBS; identify risks; risk register; risk identification techniques; perform qualitative analysis; P&I matrix; risk ranking; risk factors; perform quantitative risk analysis; EMV; decision trees; sensitive analysis; simulation; plan risk responses; conditional responses; residual and secondary risks;; monitor risks; risk reassessment; risk audits; workarounds; reserve analysis; assumptions log;  Procurement Management – Centralized vs decentralized procurement; contract types; contract incentives; make or buy; procurement management plan; SOW; procurement documents; conduct procurement; bidder conferences; proposal evaluation techniques; non-competitive procurement; administer procurement; contract terminology; managing contract changes; procurement performance review; contract termination; close procurement; procurement audits;  Stakeholder management – Stakeholder management; stakeholder register; influence curve; stakeholder management plan;  Consolidation - Integrated exercises; complete and discuss final exam.  Prepare next steps  Prepare study plan; prepare individual exam application. http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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PMI® - CAPM® “Excellent guidance through theoretical concepts and practical examples.”…… …………………………………………………………………………….…Filipe F. Course Objective Prepare trainees for the Project Management Institute (PMI®) CAPM® (Certified Associate in Project Management) exam certification. The CAPM® credential is a certification for new project managers, demonstrating knowledge of the project management terminology, methodology and concepts. Course Information Class duration: 24 hours Elearning duration: 60 days Formats: Classroom+elearning Elearning PDU’s: 24 Target Project managers who wish to submit to the PMI® - CAPM® certification. Prerequisites PMI® defined some prerequisites to obtain the certification. See more on: www.PMI®.org. 8 8 8 http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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PMI® - Project Management Institute XPM Consulting is a PMI® Registered Education provider and can provide Professional Development Units (PDU's) to maintain PMI® certifications. This course guarantees the 24 contact hours required to be eligible for the CAPM® exam. Formats CAPM® Exam Prep – e-learning Our CAPM® Exam Prep – e-learning course offers:  Unlimited access 24/7  60 days access license  Intuitive video and audio lessons  Hundreds explained exam questions  50 explained exercises  Glossary with hundreds of definitions  Hundreds of exam tips  Learn faster with flash cards, memory aids and other learning tools  Find out what you need to know for each topic  Memory tips to help you memorize easily  Write, store, print and share online notes  Share your questions online with the tutor  No software required  Accessible through any internet connection  Prepare your study plan with the help of a tutor  Prepare you application with the help of a tutor  Available on mobile plataforms (mobile phones and tablets) CAPM® Exam Prep – classroom+E-learning Our course includes the Project Management core classroom course and the CAPM® Exam Prep E-learning course. Program This course will lead you through all PMBOK® chapters, including:  Project management structure (Framework and processes)  Integration management  Scope management  Time management  Cost management  Quality management  Human resource management  Communication management  Risk management  Procurement management  Professional and social responsibility http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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PMI® - Professional in Business Analysis® Course objective This course aims to prepare trainees for obtaining the PMI Professional in Business Analysis PMI-PBASM. Target Project managers who wish to submit to the PMI® PBA® certification. Course Information Class duration: 35 hours Formats: Classroom PDU’s: 35 Prerequisites PMI® defined some prerequisites to obtain the certification. See more on: www.PMI®.org. PMI® - Project Management Institute XPM Consulting is a PMI® Registered Education provider and can provide Professional Development Units (PDU's) to maintain PMI® certifications. This course guarantees the 35 contact hours required to be eligible for the PBA® exam. 15 8 12 http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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Formats PBA® Exam Prep – classroom Our PBA® Exam Prep – classroom course offers:  Discuss topics;  Complete a simulated exam per each topic;  Discuss the exam solutions;  Complete learning exercises;  Complete an integrated exam. Program  About – Exam eligibility requirements; application process; maintaining the certification; exam blueprint; exam tips; about the course; preparing a study plan;  Needs assessment – Define or review a business problem or opportunity; collect and analyse information; clarify business needs and solution scope; identify and understand stakeholders; determine stakeholders values;  Planning – Review the business case; define an approach for ensuring traceability; establish a requirements management plan that covers requirements elicitation, analysis, documentation, management and approval; establish a change control process; setup a method for managing documents; define business metrics;  Analysis – Requirements elicitation techniques; analyse, decompose and elaborate requirements; evaluate product options and capabilities; allocate accepted or deferred requirements; obtain sign-off; write requirements specifications; validate requirements; elaborate and specify detailed metrics and acceptance criteria;  Traceability and monitoring – Requirements tools; requirements monitor; update requirements status; communicate status; manage changes;  Evaluation – Validate test results; analyse gaps; obtain sign-off; evaluate the solution;  Consolidation – Integrated exercises; complete and discuss final exam;  Prepare next steps – Prepare study plan; prepare individual exam application. http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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PMI® - Risk Management Professional® Course Objective This course prepares trainees for the PMI® Risk Management Professional certification. Additionally the course will also help to:  Understand the risk management concepts, approach and techniques;  Adopt a risk management approach according to the project’s environment;  Identify and understand the project’s main risks;  Effectively respond to the project’s risks;  Control the risk throughout the project. Course Information Class duration: 40 hours Elearning duration: 60 days Formats: Classroom+elearning Elearning PDU’s: 40 Target Professionals that intend to apply for the PMI®–RMP® exam, as well as other professionals engaged in project risk management practices. Prerequisites PMI® defined some prerequisites to obtain the certification. See more on: www.PMI®.org. 28 6 6 http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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PMI® - Project Management Institute XPM Consulting is a PMI® Registered Education provider and can provide Professional Development Units (PDU's) to maintain PMI® certifications. This course guarantees the 40 contact hours required to be eligible for the RMP® exam. Formats PMI®-RMP® Exam Prep – e-learning Our RMP® Exam Prep – e-learning course offers:  Unlimited access 24/7  Language: English  60 days access license  Intuitive vídeo and audio lessons  Explained exam questions  Explained exercises  Course glossary and acronyms glossary  Exam tips  Learn faster with flash cards, memory aids and other learning tools  Find out what you need to know for each topic  Memory tips to help you memorize easily  No software required  Accessible through any internet connection  Prepare your study plan with the help of a tutor  Available on mobile platforms – android Demo Hands-on Try our e-learning platform, see lessons, play memorization games like “Sudoku”, Flashcards and much: http://www.xpmconsulting.com/learning/ PMI®-RMP® Exam Prep – e-learning + classroom This course includes the RMP® Exam Prep - e-learning course plus classroom training. Program  About the course  Project management basics - Projects vs operations; project management and its constraints; Organizational structures and their influence on project performance; project life cycle; PMO; knowledge areas and process groups; stakeholders, their roles and expectations; project life cycle and product life cycle.  Process Group – Initiating; planning; executing; monitoring & controlling and closing; inputs, tools and outputs;  Risk management framework- The role of risk management; risk management and uncertainty; micro vs. macro risk management; risk anatomy; formulating risks; risk factors; risk and decision making; integrating risk management with other project management knowledge areas; risk and the project life cycle.  Plan risk management– Risk strategy, risk management plan; risk categories; risk breakdown structure; risk appetite, risk tolerance and risk thresholds; using organizational process assets; risk governance; adapting to policies; capturing lessons learned;  Identify risks – Identifying scope, time, resources and quality risks; risk register; rootcause analysis; checklists; brainstorming; affinity diagrams; expert judgement; building consensus through NGT and Delphi; SWOT analysis; assumptions analysis, http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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 Perform risk qualitative analysis – probability and impact assessment; risk matrix; risk score; project risk score; data quality; risk urgency; watchlist; top 10 list; risk categorization;  Perform risk quantitative analysis - Expected monetary value; decision tree; risk exposure; multi-impact risk; Monte carlo analysis; sensitive analysis; tornado chart;  Plan risk responses – Identifying risk causes; threats response strategies; opportunities response strategies; contingencies plans; fallback plans; triggers; residual risks; secondary risks;  Monitor risks – Monitoring cycle; risk performance information; risk reporting; workaround; risk trends; risk audits; risk reassessments; risk closure; lessons learned  Risk reporting and stakeholder engagement – Stakeholder engagement; communication management; leadership styles;  Overall project risk– Understanding and managing overall project risk; estimating and assessing the contingency reserve;  About the PMI®-RMP® exam  Simulation, analysis and diagnosis of examination (PMI®-RMP®). http://www.xpmconsulting.com . office@xpmconsulting.com - +44 (0) 1753260001

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