PMP Training Dubai

PMP Training in Dubai

Dates: May 7-11, 2017

Address Hotel – Dubai Marina

PMP training in Dubai

Call +971 4 4356074

pmbok5 guideThe PMP course is based on PMBOK5 and includes any and all updates from PMI up to date.  During the training, we will cover all of the content in the PMBOK, as well as clarify the key concepts and techniques that every project management professional should know in order to pass the PMP exam and also to be able to manage projects successfully.  A brochure of the course is located here

Our PMP courses typically have between 4 and 12 attendees in them, allowing for thorough coverage and enough time for everyone to ask their questions.

 

5-day training Program – 35 PDUs

Our PMP training program will run for 5 consecutive days during business hours at The Address Hotel in Dubai Marina.  Hours of training are from 8:30AM – 2:30PM daily (plus you will be given short quizzes in between that you will solve and bring with you).   At the end of the training, you will be awarded a PMI approved certificate for 35 PDU’s which can be used to sit for the exam.

pmp exam simulatorOur PMP courses come with excellent practice workshops, 1000’s of free sample PMP exams, simulation tests, free project management templates, PMP exam application support, and free re-sit of course if you don’t pass the PMP exam.  However, we have not had to process such a request as all our attendees pass the PMP and become certified from the first attempt.

Requirements for the PMP Exam

To obtain the PMP certification, first of all, you must conform to the requirements for education and experience. Secondly, you must pass the exam. It is an objective assessment of your knowledge in the field of project management. This computer testing is used worldwide for the degree examination.

Examination for PMP certification assesses the knowledge, skills, tools and techniques that are applied in project management practice. The examination is a test with 200 questions, each of which has 4 possible answers from which you must choose the correct one.

25 of the 200 questions are considered test questions that PMI is trying and, as such, will not count in determining your score.  However, you will not be told which are the 25 test questions.  You will be scored on the other 175 questions.

To successfully pass the PMP certification in Dubai, the examinee must correctly answer 106 questions from the 175 that apply. Thus, the pass mark is around 61%. For 200 questions, you will be given 4 hours. The test is administered in computer format. The examination questions are tested annually for compliance with the examination requirements and to ensure the availability of reference materials on each issue.

Who Should take this course?

If you’re an experienced project manager responsible for all aspects of project delivery, leading and directing cross-functional teams, then the PMP is the right choice for you.

About our Dubai PMP Course Trainer

PMP certified instructorEdward Shehab – PMP, PgMP, PfMP, CSSGB, PMOC, CBAP

(Master of Science in Management of Programs & Projects)

Edward Shehab is an accomplished American expert with over 25 years’ experience in the field of Project & Program Management, Business Process Analysis & Design, as well as Operational & Organizational Excellence.  He has worked in the USA and the Middle East, providing consulting and training for many global and regional organizations in different sectors including Government, Town Planning, Engineering, Consumer Products, Information Technology, Systems Integration and New Product Development.

Edward is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) from PMI, certified Program Management Professional (PgMP) from PMI, certified Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP) from PMI (1st in USA to become PfMP certified and 2nd in teh world!), Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) from The IIBA (1st in Middle East & North Africa), Project Management Office Certified (PMOC), and a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB). He holds a Master of Science degree in “Management of Programs and Projects” and a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering, both from the USA. Mr. Shehab is fluent in English and Arabic.