The PgMP® program covers the entire Program Life Cycle and Organization. This course is built around the latest insights from the Project Management Institute's, a guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition) incorporating information, best practices and guidance for program management in the context of portfolio and project management.
This program aims at empowering the Program Managers and Project Directors with knowledge and skills which can immediately be applied to their programs. In addition to a detailed understanding of program management, upon completion of this course candidates will understand the role of project managers and the relationship and interface between project and program managers, the role and responsibilities of a successful program manager, and the relationship between program and portfolio managers. The program helps participants understand how program managers engage stakeholders and the role of the executive sponsor as a part of program governance.
Course and Learning Objectives:
At the end of this course, you will be able to understand the various elements involved in becoming PgMP® Credentialed:
To apply for the PgMP® Credential, you need to have either:
Program Management Professional (PgMP)®
Additional reference materials are not required for this course.
About the Examination:
To earn your Program Management Professional (PgMP)® credential, you need to meet the experience and education requirements, and pass the PgMP® examination, a 170-question, multiple-choice test.
Those who want to achieve the PgMP® credential including program managers, experienced project management senior executives