CAPM Certified Associate Project Management Course

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Individuals who contribute specialised skills to a project team can benefit from this CAPM certification by allowing them to align their work with that of project managers. Delegates who do not have project experience but are interested in project management can benefit from this certification as well because it demonstrates their professional knowledge. This knowledge can be applied to on-the-job experiences which help develop growing levels of competence in the practice of project management. Individuals who carry the CAPM designation after their name enjoy a high degree of credibility from PMP certification holders, project managers, employers and peers.

Among other things CAPM helps the professionals in the following ways:

  • Learning Skills to initiate a project
  • Project preparation and planning proficiency
  • Executing, monitoring, controlling and completing a project
  • Estimating activity costs
  • Planning for quality at every stage
  • Performing quality assurance
  • Hiring, leading and managing a project team
  • Foreseeing and planning for the unexpected


The CAPM Certification Training is a proficiency-based exam. It lasts for three hours and is a Closed Book Exam. The candidate is supposed to answer one hundred and fifty questions during that time. There are one hundred and thirty-five scored and fifteen unscored questions in the exam. In the case of a candidate requiring a break, the clock does not stop.


Professionals who seek manage to bigger projects, attain a higher standard of responsibility or want to add project management to their skill list are the primary objective of The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Certification Training. This CAPM training is for anyone involved in project management such as team members, managers, project leaders, functional managers. It is also for those candidates who wish to achieve a better understanding of practical, formal project management methods to pass the CAPM exam.

Skills Gained

The delegates/candidates participating in the CAPM Certification Training will have learned the following concepts by the end of the course:

  • Understand the difference between project and operational work
  • List the key activities which are required to determine whether to start a new project or continue an earlier project
  • Create a detailed plan for the project which will include scope, time and cost baselines as well as the management strategies for the project
  • Describe the reason for quality planning, assurance, and control
  • Identify, analyze and manage project risks
  • List reporting and control techniques to manage a project
  • The interpersonal skills required to manage communication between team and stakeholders
  • List activities to close a project


The CAPM Certification Training does not have any prerequisites, but if a candidate wants to sit for the exam, the candidate must have a Secondary degree or equivalents such as high school diploma, associate's degree or the global equivalent). A Project experience of 1500 hours is mandatory for any candidate who wishes to sit for the exam.


  • Project Management and Processes in Context
    • Understand Project Management Terminology, Process Groups and Knowledge Areas
    • Differentiate Between Process Groups and Knowledge Areas
    • Recognise Where Outputs Become Inputs of Another Process
    • Recognise That The Same Tools and Techniques are Used In Several Places
  • Project Integration and Management
    • The Six Processes of Integration Management
    • The ITTO's of Six Processes
    • Project Management Plan – Use and Components
    • Project Change Management – Purpose and Procedures
  • Project Scope Management
    • Project Scope Management and The Six Processes
    • The ITTO's of Six Processes
    • The Purpose and Elements of Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
    • The Purpose and Elements of Requirement Document
  • Project Time Management
    • Project Time Management and The Seven Processes
    • The ITTO's of Seven Processes
    • Calculating Activity Estimates
    • Purpose and Procedures of Sequencing Activities
    • Interpret Different Network Diagrams to Identify Critical Path Activities
  • Project Cost Management
    • Project Time Management and The Four Processes
    • The ITTO's of Four Processes
    • Understand The Concept of Earned Value Management (EVM)
  • Project Quality Management
    • Project Quality Management and The Three Processes
    • The ITTO's Associated with these Three Processes
    • When To Use Quality Tools and Quality Control Tools
    • Apply Quality Tools To Simple Scenarios to Identify Issues, Root Causes, Trends, and/or Problems

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