Pass the PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam by PMP: Project Management Professional v6 course and performance-based labs. Performance-based labs simulate real-world, hardware, software & command line interface environments and can be mapped to any textbook, course & training. The course and labs focus on the objectives covered in the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam and provide skills required for Project Management.

The course covers the following areas of Project Management:

  • Creating the Project Charter
  • Developing the Project Scope Development
  • Creating the Project Schedule
  • Developing the Project Budget and Communicating the Plan
  • Risk Planning
  • Planning the Project Resources
  • Developing the Project Team
  • Conducting Procurements and Sharing Information
  • Measuring and Controlling Project Performance
  • Controlling Work Results
  • Closing the Project and Applying Project Responsibilities

The course offers the following resources:

  • 81+ Quizzes
  • 14+ Lessons
  • 75+ Flashcards
  • 239+ Exercises
  • 2+ Full-length Tests
  • 100+ Pre-assessments
  • 200+ Post assessments
  • 62+ Performance-based labs

About The Exam

PMP certification is industry-recognized, vendor-neutral credential designed for project managers. PMP certification recognizes the competence of an individual to perform in the role of a project manager, especially experience in leading and directing projects. As the demand for skilled project managers has increased, candidates who hold the PMP credential are well positioned to provide the professional skills necessary to lead project teams and achieve successful project results. PMP certification exam focuses on the five aspects of Project Management:

  1. Initiating
  2. Planning
  3. Executing
  4. Monitoring
  5. Controlling
  6. Closing

So, gear up to be a PMP certified professional with uCertify’s PMP: Project Management Professional v6 course and performance-based labs.

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