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Certification as "Project Management Professional"

The PMP certification preparation course is designed for individuals who already have experience in project management. A key objective of the course is to ensure that participants master the generally accepted practices of project management.


Learning objectives

Completion of the PMP preparation course will allow delegates to:

  • Understand and be able to apply the processes and practices required to build effective, high performing teams;
  • Be able to plan projects (budget, schedule, scope, quality, project activities, procurement, and closure);
  • Carry out projects in a manner that delivers the planned benefits;
  • Ensure that project success can be consistently repeated within your organization;
  • Pass the PMP exam.

Target group

  • Project managers who want to be able to prove their knowledge and experience
  • Project managers who want to develop their knowledge in agile and hybrid approaches

PMP exam

  • 4 hours
  • 200 questions
  • Multiple choice
  • Closed book

Upon successful completion of the exam and confirmation of the results, participants will receive a non-transferable, secure and auditable electronic certificate from PMI.


Before registering for the exam, candidates should ensure that they meet the following requirements:

  • A four-year degree (master's degree)
  • 36 months of verifiable project management experience
  • 35 hours of project management education/training


  • A college degree or equivalent (bachelor's degree/professional certificate).
  • 60 months of project management experience
  • 35 hours of project management education/training

Course materials

The following course material is included in this training:

  • Access to PMI Choice - PMI's official digital platform.

The PMI Choice platform includes:

  • Student Handbook: electronic version of the course material
  • Project Manager Checklist: step-by-step procedures and reference material for concepts covered in class
  • Spotlight videos: short videos (3-6 minutes) that facilitate classroom learning
  • Quizzes
  • Self-Knowledge Check: self-assessment questions
  • PMI Events: Information about upcoming PMI events
  • A place to store files or content created and used during class time
  • A digital exam simulator with more than 500 questions that can be used an unlimited number of times
  • PMBoK (Project Management Body of Knowledge)

Dates and registration

on request