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Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® Certified Course

Gaining comprehensive knowledge and skills in project management, including mastering fundamental concepts, tools, and techniques; developing proficiency in the project management framework and its five process groups (Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing); acquiring effective communication and team management abilities; recognizing the significance of risk and quality management; and preparing for the CAPM® certification exam to elevate career prospects in project management.
Individuals seeking to establish a solid foundation in project management, whether they are newcomers to the field looking to grasp essential concepts, tools, and techniques; individuals in project management roles lacking the requisite experience for other PMI® certifications; or professionals aiming to showcase their dedication to ongoing professional growth and their competence in effective project management.

Course Details

Lecturer and Instructors

- Eng . T Ekanayaka
PMP (PMI-USA), PMI-RMP, PMI ATPI , MBA, B.Sc. Eng., Chartered Engineer , Key Expert Planning Consultant of an International consultancy JV

- Eng. Keith Jeyaraj
Senior Planning Engineer - Pro Consultancy International (Pvt) Ltd M.Sc. in Project Management (Cardiff-UK) B.Sc. (Hon's) in Civil Engineering

Course Duration & Times

23 Hours - 06 Sessions
From 8.30 pm -11.00 pm Every Friday

Batch Number & Starting Date

Batch starts on 31st May 2024

Eligibility Requirements

A secondary degree (high school experience or equivalent)

PMI Authorized Training Partner in sri lanka

Frequently Asked Questions

Course Content

  • In the introduction part of the CAPM course, you will typically learn about the basics of project management. This includes understanding what a project is, its characteristics, and why effective project management is essential.
  • You may also get an overview of the CAPM certification, its significance in the field, and the certification process.
  • This section focuses on familiarizing you with the key terminology and definitions used in project management. You will learn the language of project management to effectively communicate and collaborate with project stakeholders.
  • Topics covered may include terms like project scope, stakeholders, work breakdown structure (WBS), critical path, risk management, and many others.
  • Project management principles provide the foundational guidelines for successful project execution. You will delve into principles like planning, organizing, controlling, and leading within the context of project management.
  • You'll understand the importance of clear project objectives, stakeholder engagement, and effective communication as key principles in project management
  • The CAPM course typically covers the domains of project management as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI). These domains include Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing.
  • You will explore the activities, processes, and tasks associated with each domain to gain a comprehensive understanding of the project management lifecycle.
  • Predictive project management, also known as traditional project management, involves planning the entire project upfront based on a well-defined scope and timeline.
  • You will learn about methodologies like the waterfall model and how to create detailed project plans, schedules, and budgets using a predictive project management approach.
  • This section introduces you to Agile project management methodologies and the concept of adaptability in project management.
  • You'll learn about Agile frameworks such as Scrum and Kanban, which emphasize flexibility, collaboration, and iterative development.
  • Hybrid project management approaches, which combine elements of both predictive and adaptive methods, may also be covered.
  • Business analysis is an integral part of project management, especially in the context of understanding and documenting project requirements.
  • In this section, you'll explore business analysis frameworks and techniques used to gather, analyze, and manage project requirements. This includes tools like use cases, user stories, and process mapping.

Completed 8+ Batches

Internationally Valid Certification

23 PMI approved contact hours

Benefits on having a CAPM

Career Advancement:

PMP certification is globally recognized and respected, making certified professionals more attractive to employers.

Global Recognition:

CAPM is a globally recognized certification, which means your skills and knowledge are recognized and valued internationally.

Professional Credibility:

Earning CAPM certification demonstrates your commitment to the project management profession and your dedication to building a strong foundation.

Access to PMI Resources:

As a CAPM credential holder, you gain access to resources provided by the Project Management Institute (PMI).