Project Management Professional Training Course

GYC, the largest certification provider in the country has tied up with online education providers – GETCERTGO (SkillSoft, Whizlabs, GreyCampus and vSkills) to certify candidates in PMP. A globally  recognized  certification. A PMP certification will arm you the skills to manage complex issues, analyse situation and lead large teams in your organization.

You can expect a higher salary range between 18% to 35%  as compared to your peers who don’t have a Six Sigma certification (Data source: and

PMP is most useful in Industries such as

  • Engineering & Construction,
  • IT Software
  • Banking and Financial Services
  • BPO & call centers
  • IT Hardware & Networking
  • Manufacturing

Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam – PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition-aligned

  • Doing PMP certification helps you get ahead of others and provides a technical and financial edge.
    Course Description
  • Project-based operations have become the norm in today’s business world. In essence, almost every work effort is a project, from constructing a new building to designing and delivering a new information management system. As projects become the primary method for getting things done and effecting organizational change, it is crucial to choose a good and proven method for managing projects. However, projects cannot be properly managed in a silo. Every aspect of project management is affected by the organization, the social environment, the project’s stakeholders, both internal and external, and many other aspects of the context in which the project is carried out. Understanding this context is critical to good planning and good decision making as the project progresses toward achieving its objectives.
  • This course provides an overview of the project management discipline as outlined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition published by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Specifically, it introduces the characteristics of a project, the responsibilities that accompany project management, and the differences between portfolios, programs, and projects. The course will identify key project management concepts and terms and provide information about the variables that can influence project outcomes. It will also cover the project stakeholders and the organizational influences on a project. This course provides a foundational knowledge base reflecting the most up–to-date project management information so learners can effectively put principles to work in their own organizations. This course will assist in preparing the learner for the PMI® certification exam. This course is aligned with the PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition, published by PMI®, Inc., 2017. Copyright and all rights reserved. Material from this publication has been reproduced with the permission of PMI®.

Table of Contents

  • Project Management Introduction (PMBOK® Sixth Edition)
  • Project Fundamentals (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • The Process Groups (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Project Initiation and Planning (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Managing Project Work (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Project Changes and Closing (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Capturing, Analyzing, and Using Project Lessons Learned
  • Strategically Focused Project Management
  • Plan and Define Project Scope (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Create Work Breakdown Structure (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Validate and Control Scope (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Define and Sequence Activities (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Develop the Project Schedule (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Control the Project Schedule (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Creating a Project Budget (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Keeping Your Project on Budget (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Planning Quality Management (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Manage and Control Quality (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Quality Methodologies and Standards for Project Management
  • Plan and Acquire Resources (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Develop and Manage Resources (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Plan and Manage Communications (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Monitor Project Communications (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Planning Risk Management (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Identifying Risk (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Analyzing Risk (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Responding to Risk (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Procurement Planning (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Procurement Management (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Planning Stakeholder Engagement (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • Managing Stakeholder Engagement (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
  • TestPrep Project Management Professional PMBOK 6th Ed
  • Mentoring Project Management Professional (PMP) PMBOK Guide 6th Edition Aligned

Q: What is PMP?

PMP is the world’s most recognized certification for project managers, with over 750,000 certification holders globally. The PMP certification is governed by the Project Management Institute (PMI)- the world’s largest certifying for project managers.

Q: Who is the PMP certification for? What are the benefits of getting PMP certified?

The PMP certification is ideal for Project and Program Managers, Delivery Managers, Project/Team Leaders, Consultants, Senior Executives, IT Managers, Project Team Members, and PMO staff.
The PMP certification demonstrates the experience, education, skill and competency required to lead and direct projects. PMP certification holders earn an average 20% more than non-certified project managers. (Source: PMI’s Earning Power Salary Survey, 9th Edition)
. Getting certified showcases core skills in project management that can be used in any country and in any industry, and with any project management methodology.

Q: Am I eligible to take the PMP examination?

A: The following are the basic eligibility criteria for the PMP Certification:

Educational BackgroundProject Management ExperienceProject Management Education
Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or global equivalent)Minimum five years/60 months unique, non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 7,500 hours were spent leading and directing the project*35 contact hours of formal education
Four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or global equivalent)Minimum three years/36 months unique, non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 4,500 hours were spent leading and directing the project*35 contact hours of formal education


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Q: What is PMBOK Guide ?

A: One is PMBOK, which stands for Project Management Body Of Knowledge. This approach centers on common project management skills, such as budgeting and managing inputs and outputs, and it’s commonly used in the U.S.

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Q1.Am I eligible for Six Sigma Black Belt Certification?

A: Candidates should be Six Sigma Green Belt Trained/Certified.


Candidates should have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a role of quality management and should have worked in process improvement project

Q2.When will participants get their PDU Certificates?

A: All PDU E-Certificates will reach participants within 2 business days.

Q3.How is a typical Six Sigma project team structured?

A: Project level

  • Black Belt – Leads the project. Provides training and coaching to the team
  • Green Belt – Assists Black Belt in analysing and solving issues. Leads Green Belt Projects/Teams
  • Master Black belt – Coaches Black Belts and Green Belts. Develops key metrics and the strategic direction for the six sigma project
  • Yellow and White Belts – Functions as project team members and work on local problem solving requirements

Organization level

Executives and Champions who translate the company’s vision, mission, goals, metrics etc to implement specific Six Sigma projects and provide overall alignment between the Six Sigma initiative(s) and Organizational strategic direction.