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Duration: 3 Days

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The PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®) training course aims to validate individuals' knowledge of agile project management principles, tools, and methodologies. The PMI-ACP® certification is useful for professionals who work on agile teams or in organisations that are implementing agile practices. It acknowledges their understanding of agile principles as well as their proficiency with agile methodologies. Our PMI-ACP® training course will help individuals demonstrate their versatility and adaptability.

This 3-day PMI-ACP® Certification course provides delegates with in-depth knowledge about Agile methodologies, including Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Extreme Programming, and other Agile approaches. The PMI-ACP® Certification provides more comprehensive Agile skills and knowledge, which helps encourage team development and encourages clients to work closely and in an effective manner. This certification can lead to career advancement opportunities, higher earning potential, and recognition within the Agile and project management communities.

Domain 1: Agile Principles and Mindset

  • Agile Definition
  • Agile Manifesto Values
  • Agile Principles
  • Agile Framework and Terminology
  • Agile Methods and Approaches
  • Scrum
  • Extreme Programming (XP)
  • Agile Methods and Approaches Features Driven Development
  • Feature Driven Development Framework
  • Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)
  • DSDM – Atern Principles
  • DSDM Framework
  • Kanban
  • SAFe® Agile
  • Lean Software Development
  • Various Agile Technical Approaches for Code Development

Domain 2: Value-Driven Delivery

  • Introduction – Value-Driven Delivery
  • Value-Based Decomposition and Prioritisation
  • Agile Project Chartering
  • Customer-Valued Prioritisation
  • Prioritisation Schemes
  • Relative Prioritisation/Ranking
  • Agile Contracting Methods
  • Incremental Delivery
  • Review and Feedback Techniques
  • Earned Value Management (EVM)
  • Minimal Marketable Features (MMF) and Minimal Viable Product (MVP)

Domain 3: Stakeholder Engagement

  • Stakeholder Management Overview
  • Assessing and Incorporating Community and Stakeholder Values
  • Communication Management
  • Agile Tooling for Promoting Communication
  • Information Radiators
  • Social Media Communication
  • Participatory Decision Making and Decision Models
  • Definition of Done
  • Active Listening
  • Facilitation Methods
  • Workshops
  • Negotiation
  • Conflict Resolution Strategies

Domain 4: Team Performance

  • Agile Leadership Practice
  • Adaptive Leadership
  • Servant Leadershi
  • Building Agile Teams – Team Formatio
  • Building Empowered Teams and High-Performance Team
  • Team Formation Stages – Tuckman Mode
  • Coaching and Mentoring within a Tea
  • Motivational Theory:
    • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
    • Herzberg’s Hygiene Theory
  • Team Participation Techniques
  • Brainstorming Techniques
  • Agile Innovation Games for Team Collaboration
  • Team Space: Co-Located Teams and Distributed Teams
  • Osmotic Communications
  • Two-Way Communication
  • Daily Stand-Up Meeting/Daily Scrum
  • Sprint Review

Domain 5: Adaptive Planning

  • Planning in Agile
  • Levels of Agile Planning
  • Agile Planning Artefacts and Meetings
  • Agile Planning Artifact - Product Roadmap
  • Agile Planning Artefact – Personas
  • Creating a Persona
  • Agile Planning Artefact – Wireframes
  • Requirement Hierarchy
  • Agile Planning Terms
  • Agile Planning Terms – User Stories
  • Agile Planning Terms – Timeboxing
  • Agile Planning Terms - Story Maps
  • Release Planning
  • Iteration Planning
  • Monitoring in Agile
  • Retrospective
  • Burn Down and Burn Up Charts
  • Continuous Development Techniques: Task and Kanban Boards
  • Continuous Development Techniques: WIP Limits
  • WIP Limits
  • Cumulative Flow Diagrams (CFD)
  • Little’s Law
  • Theory of Constraints
  • Adapting to Agile
  • Adapting in Agile: Process Tailoring
  • Shu Ha Ri Model
  • Agile Sizing and Estimation
  • Agile Metrics – Story Points
  • Agile Metrics – Velocity
  • Agile Metrics – Cycle Time
  • Relative Sizing/Estimation
  • Wide Band Delphi
  • Planning Poker
  • Affinity Estimation
  • Time, Budget, and Cost Estimation

Domain 6: Problem Detection and Resolution

  • Risk Management
  • Core Risk Types
  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk Adjusted Backlog
  • Risk-Based Charts and Risk-Based Spikes
  • Frequent Validation and Verification
  • Test Driven Development
  • Acceptance Test Driven Development
  • Continuous Integration
  • Agile Failure Modes
  • Whys Technique
  • Fishbone Diagram Analysis

Domain 7: Continuous Improvement (Product, Process, People)

  • Continuous Improvement
  • Agile Practices for Continuous Improvement
  • Knowledge Sharing
  • Self-Assessment
  • Testing – Exploratory and Usability
  • Value Stream Mapping
  • PMI® Code of Ethics

Accredited: Yes

Duration: 3 Days

Online Instructor-Led Training: Available

Online Self-Paced Training: Available

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Program Management Professional (PgMP)® is a globally recognised certification that validates an individual’s knowledge and experience in project management. Project management is the process of organising, planning, and ensuring that a project is successfully completed from beginning to end. A project manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the project, including defining the project's scope, developing a plan, allocating resources, and making sure it is finished on schedule and within the allocated budget.

The main goal of this training is to give individuals all the information and tools they need to succeed in their organisations' projects while working to develop their programme management skills. This 3-day Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Training course provides delegates with comprehensive knowledge about how to manage multiple projects that are designed to accomplish a certain strategic business goal. Professionals can process project requests from an organisational viewpoint and achieve the highest Return on Invest (ROI) by utilising programme management practices.

Domain 1: Program Strategy Alignment

Module 1: Program Business Case

  • Introduction to Program Business Case
  • Program
    • Plan
    • Vision
    • Mission
    • Goals and Objectives

Module 2: Program Charter

  • Introduction to Program Charter

Module 3: Program Roadmap

  • Introduction to Program Roadmap

Module 4: Environmental Assessments

  • Environmental Factors
  • Environmental Analysis

Module 5: Program Risk Management Strategy

  • What is Program Risk Management?
  • Risk Management Strategy

Domain 2: Program Life Cycle Management

Module 6: Program Life Cycle

  • Program Lifestyle
  • Program Life Cycle Phases
    • Program Definition Phase
    • Program Delivery Phase
    • Program Closure Phase

Module 7: Program Activities and Integration Management

  • Program Activities Overview
  • Program Integration Management
  • Program Infrastructure Development
  • Program Delivery Management
  • Program Performance Monitoring and Integration Management
  • Benefits Sustainment and Program Transition
  • Program Closeout

Domain 3: Program Benefits Management

Module 8: Benefits Definition

  • Program Benefits Management
  • Objectives of Program Benefits Management
  • Responsibilities of Program Manager
  • Program Lifecycle and Benefits Management

Module 9: Benefits Analysis and Planning

  • Purpose of Benefits Analysis and Planning
  • Activities that Form Benefits Analysis and Planning
  • Benefit Management Plan
  • Benefits Management and Program Roadmap
  • Benefits Register Update

Module 10: Benefits Delivery

  • Introduction to Benefits
  • Benefits and Program Components
  • Program Benefits and Program Governance

Module 11: Benefits Transition

  • Importance of Benefits Transition
  • Benefits Transition Activities

Module 12: Benefits Sustainment

  • Purpose of Benefits Sustainment
  • Benefits Sustainment Activities

Domain 4: Stakeholder Engagement

Module 13: Program Stakeholder Identification

  • Program Stakeholder Identification Overview

Module 14: Program Stakeholder Analysis

  • Introduction to Program Stakeholder Analysis
  • Interest Grid with Stakeholders

Module 15: Stakeholder Engagement Planning

  • Stakeholder Engagement Planning Activity
  • Aspects that Stakeholder Consider

Module 16: Stakeholder Engagement

  • Stakeholder Engagement

Module 17: Program Stakeholder Communication

  • Program Stakeholder Communication Overview

Domain 5: Program Governance

Module 18: Program Governance Practices

  • Program Governance Plan
  • Program Governance and Vision and Goals
  • Program Approval, Endorsement, and Definition
  • Program Success Criteria
  • Program Monitoring, Reporting, and Controlling

Module 19: Program Governance Roles

  • Program Sponsor
  • Program Steering Committees
  • Program Management Office
  • Program Manager
  • Project Manager

Module 20: Program Governance Design and Implementation

  • Purpose of Effective Governance
  • Factors of Optimising and Tailoring Program Governance

Accredited: Yes

Duration: 3 Days

Online Instructor-Led Training: Available

Online Self-Paced Training: Available

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Portfolio management is the process of managing a group of projects, programmes, and other connected operations in order to accomplish a particular business goal. It entails identifying, prioritising, and managing projects and programmes within the portfolio to maximise the organisation's return on investment. This Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® Training assists individuals in managing portfolios of projects, programmes, and other related activities to accomplish particular company goals. The Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® Certification verifies an individual’s expertise in managing the association's capital advancement.

The Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® Training Course provides all the necessary information for individuals to understand portfolio management completely. They will learn about the development of all the communication strategies and plans. Additionally, they will learn how to create a plan for managing the risk of the portfolio. The individuals in this Portfolio Management Professional PfMP® course will gain a thorough understanding of portfolio management.

Domain 1: Strategic Alignment

Module 1: Strategic Management Knowledge Area (KA)

  • Portfolio Strategic Management Knowledge Management

Module 2: Develop Portfolio Strategic Plan

  • Development Portfolio Strategic Plan
  • Portfolio Strategic Plan

Module 3: Portfolio Strategic Plan: Example

  • Portfolio Vision
  • Portfolio Objectives
  • Resources
  • Initiatives
  • Portfolio Benefits
  • Expected Portfolio Value
  • Communication Requirements
  • Assumptions
  • Constraints
  • Dependencies
  • Risks
  • Portfolio Structure
  • Portfolio Prioritisation Model

Module 4: Develop Portfolio Charter

  • Develop Portfolio Charter Overview
  • Input
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Output

Module 5: Portfolio Charter: Example

  • Technology Portfolio

Module 6: Develop Portfolio Roadmap

  • Define Portfolio Roadmap

Module 7: Portfolio Roadmap: Example

  • Technology Portfolio

Module 8: Manage Strategic Change

  • Manage Strategic Change Overview

Domain 2: Governance

Module 9: Governance Management Knowledge Area (KA)

  • Governance Management Knowledge Area Overview

Module 10: Develop Portfolio Management Plan

  • Overview
  • Portfolio Management Plan

Module 11: Portfolio Management Plan: Example

  • Portfolio

Module 12: Define Portfolio

  • What is Portfolio?
  • Portfolio Component Inventory
  • Portfolio Component Categorisation Techniques

Module 13: Portfolio: Example

  • Technology Portfolio

Module 14: Optimise Portfolio

  • Optimise Portfolio

Module 15: Authorise Portfolio

  • Authorise Portfolio

Module 16: Provide Portfolio Oversight

  • Provide Portfolio Oversight

Domain 3: Portfolio Performance

Module 17: Performance Management Knowledge Area (KA)

  • Overview
  • Performance Matrics

Module 18: Develop Portfolio Performance Management Plan

  • Develop Portfolio Performance Management Plan
  • Performance Management Plan

Module 19: Manage Supply and Demand

  • Supply and Demand Relation
  • Bottleneck Resources
  • Manage Supply and Demand

Module 20: Manage Portfolio Value

  • Manage Portfolio Value

Domain 4: Portfolio Risk Management

Module 21: Portfolio Risk Management Knowledge Area

  • Portfolio Strategic Management Knowledge Area
  • Portfolio Risk Management Knowledge Area
  • Risk Appetite, Tolerance, and Threshold

Module 22: Develop Portfolio Risk Management Plan

  • Develop Portfolio Risk Management Plan
  • Risk Management Plan

Module 23: Manage Portfolio Risks

  • Manage Portfolio Risks

Domain 5: Communications Management

Module 24: Communication Management Knowledge Area (KA)

  • Communication Management Knowledge Area

Module 25: Develop Portfolio Communication Management Plan

  • Develop Portfolio Communication Management Plan
  • Communication Management Plan

Module 26: Manage Portfolio Information

  • Portfolio Strategic Plan

Accredited: Yes

Duration: 1 Day

Online Instructor-Led Training: Available

Online Self-Paced Training: Available

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The Project Management Institute (PMI) is a global professional association that offers tools and assistance to individuals who are working on projects, programmes, and portfolios. PMI offers a variety of resources and services to its members, including professional development opportunities, research and publications, standards and guidelines, and certifications. This PMI Project Management Ready course offers in-depth knowledge about the core concepts of project management, such as project initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and control, and project closure.

PMI Project Management Ready certification training helps individuals and organisations develop the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in project management. PMI offers a range of certifications for project management professionals, including Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), and Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP). By obtaining this PMI Project Management Ready Certification Training course, individuals can increase their earning potential and demonstrate their commitment to the profession.

Module 1: Project Management Fundamentals and Core Concepts

  • Recognise Core Terminology
  • Concepts and Terminology of Project Management Planning
  • Identify Project Roles and Responsibilities
  • Tools and Systems Associated with Project Management
  • Common Problem-Solving Tools and Techniques

Module 2: Business Analysis Frameworks

  • Business Analyst Roles and Responsibilities
  • Attributes of Stakeholder Communication
  • Attributes Related to Gathering Requirements
  • Product Roadmap Attributes

Module 3: Traditional Plan-Based Methodologies

  • Recognise When a Traditional Plan-Based Approach is Appropriate
  • Identify Attributes of a Project Management Plan Schedule
  • Identify Attributes of Executing and Controlling Traditional Plan-Based Projects

Module 4: Agile Methodologies

  • Recognise When Agile Project Management is Appropriate
  • Identify Attributes of Plan Iterations of a Project
  • Identify Agile Roles and Responsibilities
  • Task Management Steps

Accredited: Yes

Duration: 4 Days

Online Instructor-Led Training: Available

Online Self-Paced Training: Available

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Risk management is the process of detecting, evaluating, and reducing risks that can compromise an organisation's capacity to accomplish its goals. PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP®) Training focuses on evaluating a professional's capacity to recognise, evaluate, and reduce risks that can adversely affect the outcome of a project. Obtaining the PMI Risk Management Professionals Certification can be beneficial for professionals in the field of project management.

This PMI-RMP® Training can help individuals advance their careers, establish their knowledge in risk management, and improve their professional reputation. Additionally, it gives them access to a network of peers and resources that can help them continue to advance their careers. To increase the effectiveness of their risk management, they will obtain in-depth information to update the risk policies and procedures they have learned from prior projects and the findings of risk audits. The proactive and practical components of this PMI-RMP® Training course will aid participants in developing their management skills, which will be helpful for their professional development.

Domain 1: Risk Strategy and Planning

Module 1: Perform a Preliminary Document Analysis

  • Introduction
  • Steps in Preliminary Document Analysis
  • Gather and Review Documents
  • Who is Responsible for the PDA?
  • Establish Documents Relevant to the Risk Process

Module 2: Assess the Project Environment for Threats and Opportunities

  • Assess Project Environment for Threats and Opportunities
  • Selecting Project Methodology and OPA/EEF
  • Environmental Factors in the Planning Phase
  • Determine the Organisational and Cultural Risk Appetite
  • Evaluate the Project Management Information System Process and Data
  • Conduct a Stakeholder Analysis
  • Analyse Constraints to Risk Management
  • Focus Stakeholders on Creating a Culture of Risk Awareness
  • Business Driver and Project Benefits

Module 3: Confirm Risk Thresholds Based on Risk Appetites

  • Introduction
  • Align Project Risk Thresholds to Organisational Risk Appetite
  • Understanding and Managing Organisational Risk
  • Risk Thresholds
  • Lead Conflict Resolutions Between Stakeholders in Agreeing on Risk Appetite

Module 4: Establish Risk Management Strategy

  • Establish Risk Processes and Tools
  • Provide Risk Management Templates/Forms
  • Determine Risk Metrics
  • Identify Risk Categories
  • Coaching for Risk Management with Servant Leadership
  • Lead Stakeholders to Adopt the Risk Strategy

Module 5: Document the Risk Management Plan

  • Define Organisational Risk Roles and Responsibilities
  • Key Artifacts/Resources for Risk Management Plan
  • Key Risk Management Activities
  • Risk Breakdown Structure for Effective Risk Management Planning
  • Define Risk Prioritisation Criteria
  • Define Stakeholder Empowerment and Education Strategy

Module 6: Plan and Lead Risk Management Activities with Stakeholders

  • Key Risk Management Activities
  • Leverage Stakeholder Analysis Done by the Project Manager
  • Manage Stakeholder Risk Appetite and Attitudes
  • Engage Stakeholders in the Risk Prioritisation Process
  • Stakeholder Expectations: Rules of Engagement
  • Tailor Risk Communication for Stakeholders
  • Empowering Stakeholders
  • Risk Education and Engagement

Domain 2: Risk Identification

Module 7: Conduct Risk Identification Exercises

  • Conduct Meetings, Interviews, Focus Groups, and Other SME Support Activities
  • Perform Detailed Analyses of Risk Identification Exercise Results
  • Analyse Documents, Audio Transcripts, Telemetry Data, and Understand Business Context of Information
  • Indicate Risks as Threats or Opportunities

Module 8: Examine Assumption and Constraint Analyses

  • Leverage the Results of the Assumption and Constraint Analysis
  • Categorise Assumptions and Constraints
  • Assess the Risk Associated with each Assumption and/or Constraint
  • Recognise the Relationship between Assumptions and/or Constraints, and Project Objectives
  • Encourage Stakeholders to Challenge Assumptions and Constraints

Module 9: Document Risk Triggers and Thresholds Based on Context/Environment

  • Assess, Confirm, and Document Risk Compliance Thresholds, and Categories Against Updated Risk Data
  • Assess and Document Risk Triggers, Causes, and Timing
  • Assess and Document Risk Consequences and/or Impact
  • Empower Stakeholders to Challenge Existing Thresholds

Module 10: Develop Risk Register

  • Analyse the Validity of Identified Risks and Triggers
  • Examine the Risk Attributes like Probability, Impact, and Urgency
  • Establish Risk Origin and Ownership
  • Classify Risks as Threats or Opportunities

Domain 3: Risk Analysis

Module 11: Perform Qualitative Analysis

  • Risk Classification in RBS Using Risk Management Plan Categories
  • Impact of Risk on Project Schedule, Budget, Resources, and Scope
  • Prioritise the Risk Based on Impact, and Urgency
  • Apply the Risk Matrices
  • Perform an Ordinal Classification
  • Coach Stakeholders on Risk Categorisation Strategies

Module 12: Perform Quantitative Analysis

  • Risk Data and Process Performance Analysis: Metrics and Evaluation
  • Analyse a Project’s General Risks
  • Perform a Forecast and Trend Analysis on New and Historical Information
  • Perform Sensitivity Analysis
  • Perform Risk Weighting and Calculate Risk Priority

Module 13: Identify Threats and Opportunities

  • Assess Project Risk Complexity
  • Perform an Impact Analysis on Project Objectives
  • Aligning Project Compliance Objectives with Organisational Strategic Objectives
  • Empower Stakeholders to Independently Identify Threats and Opportunities

Domain 4: Risk Response

Module 14: Plan Risk Response

  • Introduction
  • Determine Appropriate Risk Response Strategy
  • Risk Response Actions and Owners
  • Assessment of Risk Response Effectiveness
  • Risk Response Strategy Effectiveness
  • Determine the Work Around
  • Allocate Responsibilities
  • Appropriate Responsibility Matrix
  • Re-evaluate Organisational Risks

Module 15: Implement Risk Response

  • Execute the Risk Response Plan(s)
  • Execute the Contingency Plan(s)
  • Encourage Stakeholders to Provide Feedback on the Risk Response
  • Evaluate and React to Secondary and Residual Risks from the Response Implementation

Domain 5: Monitor and Close Risks

Module 16: Gather and Analyse Performance Data

  • Reconcile Performance Data and Reports from Risk Relevant Work Packages
  • Analyse Data to Determine the Completion Status Against the Baseline
  • Perform a Variance Analysis
  • Monitor Impact Against Overall Project Risk Exposure to Enterprise

Module 17: Monitor Residual and Secondary Risks

  • Monitor Risk Response and Document Residual Risk
  • Monitor Risk Response for Secondary Risks
  • Assess Impact of Residual and Secondary Risks on Project Objectives
  • Update and Communicate Impact of Residual and Secondary Risks

Module 18: Provide Information Required to Update Relevant Project Documents

  • Aggregate and Summarise Risk Data, and Update Project Documents
  • Monitor and Close Out Expired Risk

Module 19: Monitor Project Risk Levels

  • Assess Project Risk Level
  • Prepare Reports for Different Stakeholders
  • Communicate Risk Levels to Key Stakeholders

Accredited: Yes

Duration: 4 Days

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Online Self-Paced Training: Available

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Business analysis is the process of recognising business needs and recommending solutions to satisfy them. Business analysts are responsible for analysing a business's operations, processes, systems, and workflows to identify areas where improvements can be made to increase productivity, reduce costs, and improve overall performance. The PMI-Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)® certification is a professional certification that recognises the expertise of professionals in the field of business analysis. Business analysis is important for any organisation that wants to improve its operations and stay competitive in the marketplace.

The PMI-PBA® Training has been especially created to give individuals the thorough knowledge needed to successfully enhance their skills in business analysis practises. During this training, they will obtain a thorough understanding of a range of fundamental to sophisticated ideas, including formulating a solution scope statement, conducting business analysis, setting up a requirements baseline, and communicating the status of requirements.

Domain 1: Needs Assessment

Module 1: Identify Problems or Opportunity

  • Introduction
  • Assessment of Business Value
  • Elicitation Results
  • Enterprise Environmental Factors
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Business Need
  • Situation Statement

Module 2: Assess Current State

  • Introduction
  • Enterprise and Business Architecture
  • Organisational Goals and Objectives
  • Situation Statement
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Current State Assessment

Module 3: Determine Future State

  • Overview
  • Business Needs
  • Current State Assessment
  • Enterprise and Business Architectures
  • Situation Statement
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Required Capabilities and Features

Module 4: Determine Viable Options and Provide Recommendation

  • Overview
  • Business Goals and Objectives
  • Enterprise and Business Architectures
  • Required Capabilities and Features
  • Situation Statement
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Feasibility Study Results
  • Recommended Solution Option

Module 5: Facilitate Product Roadmap Development

  • Introduction
  • Business Goals and Objectives
  • Required Capabilities and Features
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Product Roadmap

Module 6: Assemble Business Case

  • Introduction
  • Inputs
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Outputs

Module 7: Support Charter Development

  • Overview
  • Business Case
  • Product Scope
  • Document Analysis
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Charter
  • Shared Product Information

Domain 2: Planning

Module 8: Conduct BA Planning

  • Charter
  • Enterprise Environmental Factors (EEFS)
  • Product Risk Analysis
  • Planning Approaches from all Other Knowledge Areas
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Business Analysis Plan

Module 9: Prepare for Transition to Future State

  • Inputs for Prepare for the Transition to Future State
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Outputs for Prepare for the Transition to Future State

Module 10: Manage Stakeholder Engagement and Communication

  • Introduction
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Communication Approach
  • Updated Stakeholder Register
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Improved Stakeholder Engagement and Communication

Module 11: Assess BA Performance

  • Business Analysis Plan
  • Business Analysis Organisation Standards
  • Business Analysis Performance Metrics and Measurements
  • Examples of Possible Metrics
  • Business Analysis Work Products
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Business Analysis Performance Assessment

Module 12: Business Metrics and Acceptance Criteria

  • Introduction
  • Analysis Approach
  • Analysis Model
  • Requirements and Other Product Information
  • Solution Evaluation Approach
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Acceptance Criteria

Domain 3: Analysis

Module 13: Determining Analysis Approach

  • Elicitation Approach
  • Product Scope
  • Situation Statement
  • Traceability and Monitoring Approach
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Analysis Approach

Module 14: Create Analyse Model

  • Introduction
  • Analysis Approach
  • Confirmed Elicitation Results
  • Requirement and other Product Information
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Analysis Models

Module 15: Define and Elaborate Requirements

  • Introduction
  • Inputs
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Outputs

Module 16: Define Acceptance Criteria

  • Introduction
  • Analysis Approach
  • Analysis Model
  • Requirements and Other Product Information
  • Solution Evaluation Approach

Module 17: Verify Requirements

  • Introduction
  • Analysis Approach
  • Business Analysis Organisational Standards
  • Compliance or Regulatory Standards
  • Requirements and Other Product Information
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Verified Requirements and Other Product Information

Module 18: Validate Requirements

  • Introduction
  • Acceptance Criteria
  • Analysis Approach
  • Business Goals and Objectives
  • Requirements and Other Product Information
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Validated Requirements and Other Product Information

Module 19: Prioritise Requirements and other Product Information

  • Overview
  • Analysis Approach
  • Business Goals and Objectives
  • Change Request
  • Relationships and Dependencies
  • Requirements and Other Product Information
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Output

Module 20: Identify and Analyse Product Risks

  • Introduction
  • Inputs required for Identifying and Analysing Product Risks
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Product Risk Analysis

Module 21: Assess Product Design Options

  • Introduction
  • Business Goals and Objectives
  • Enterprise and Business Architectures
  • Prioritised Requirements and Other Product Information
  • Tools and Technique
  • Viable Product Design Options

Domain 4: Traceability and Monitoring

Module 22: Determining Traceability and Monitoring

  • Introduction
  • Compliance or Regulatory Standards
  • Configuration Management Standards
  • Product Scope
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Traceability and Monitoring Approach

Module 23: Establishing Relationships and Dependencies

  • Different Elements of the Product Information
  • Few Examples of Relationships Between Requirements
  • Product Scope
  • Requirements and Other Product Information
  • Traceability and Monitoring Approach
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Relationships and Dependencies

Module 24: Select and Approve Requirements

  • Overview
  • Inputs Required for Select and Approve Requirements
  • Tools and Techniques Used in Select and Approve Requirements
  • Approved Requirements

Module 25: Manage Changes to Requirements and other Product Information

  • Introduction
  • Approved Requirements
  • Business Goals and Objectives
  • Change Requests
  • Product Scope
  • Relationships and Dependencies
  • Traceability and Monitoring Approach
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Recommended Changes to Requirements and Other Product Information

Domain 5: Evaluation

Module 26: Evaluate Solution Performance

  • Introduction
  • Business Case
  • Business Goals and Objectives
  • Evaluated Acceptance Results
  • Performance Data
  • Solution Evaluation Approach
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Outputs

Module 27: Determine Solution Evaluation Approach

  • Introduction
  • Metrics and KPIs
  • Product Scope
  • Situation Statement
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Solution Evaluation Approach

Module 28: Evaluate Acceptance Results and Address Defects

  • Introduction
  • Acceptance Criteria
  • Actual Acceptance Results
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Evaluated Acceptance Results

Module 29: Obtain Solution Acceptance for Release

  • Introduction
  • Approved Requirements
  • Evaluated Acceptance Results
  • Product Risk Analysis
  • Readiness Assessment
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Communication Approach
  • Transition Plan
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Release Decision

Accredited: Yes

Duration: 4 Days

Online Instructor-Led Training: Available

Online Self-Paced Training: Available

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Project scheduling is the process of creating a plan to accomplish a project within a certain timeframe. It entails determining the activities and tasks that must be finished, calculating the time needed for each activity, and arranging the activities in a logical order. It is essential for a project to be completed on schedule, within budget, and at the required quality level. The PMI-SP® certification is recognised globally as a standard of excellence in project scheduling.

PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)® Training covers techniques for analysing a project schedule, including identifying schedule risks, assessing schedule performance, and using Earned Value Management (EVM) to measure project progress. This PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)® Training Course provides knowledge about how to manage a project schedule, including the use of a schedule baseline, schedule updates, and the identification and resolution of schedule variances. They will also learn techniques for communicating project schedules to stakeholders, including Gantt charts.

Domain 1: Schedule Strategy

  • Establish Project Schedule Configuration Management Policies and Procedures
  • Develop Schedule Approach
  • Establish Scheduling Policies and Procedures Regarding Methodology Selection
  • Develop the Scheduling-Related Components for Project Management Plans
  • Provide Information about Project Scheduling Objectives and Goals

Domain 2: Schedule Planning and Development

  • Ensure Completion of the Project Scope
  • Define Activities and Milestones
  • Develop an Overall Schedule Model
  • Develop a Logical and Dynamic Schedule Model
  • Identify Critical and Near-Critical Path(s)
  • Define the Resource-Constrained Schedule
  • Calculate the Resource-Constrained Schedule
  • Accomplishment of Overall Program Objectives
  • Analyse Major Milestones Against SOW
  • Perform Schedule Risk Analysis
  • Establish an Approved Baseline Schedule
  • Enable Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB)

Domain 3: Schedule Monitoring and Controlling

  • Update and Review the Project Progress
  • Report on Resource Utilisation and Availability
  • Perform Schedule Analysis and Audit
  • Identify Alternative Project Execution Options
  • Establish a New Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB)
  • Maintain an Accurate Schedule and Facilitate Forensic Schedule Analysis

Domain 4: Schedule Closeout

  • Obtain Final Acceptance of the Contractual Schedule Components
  • Identify Lessons Learned and Develop Best Practices
  • Improve Business Processes
  • Distribute Final Schedule Reports
  • Archive Schedule Files

Domain 5: Stakeholder Communications Management

  • Enhance Support for the Project Schedule
  • Maintain Stakeholder Support
  • Maintain Stakeholder Awareness
  • Elevate Awareness to Relevant Stakeholders

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About our Online Instructor-Led Training

Online Instructor-led training brings the classroom to you. With internet access you will be connected to your class through Zoom. With an incredibly easy to use interface, the training platform has been designed to make learning online simple and enjoyable. It’s amazing video & audio quality means you won’t miss a thing.

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About our Online Self-Paced Training

Online Self-paced allows you to learn when you want to learn. You will have access to our online training platform which provides you with all the information you need to pass your course. Upon purchase you will be provided with login details for our platform and allowing you to access your course instantly. We also offer extended access times to the platform, giving you even greater flexibility on when you want to learn.

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About our Corporate Training

In-House (Corporate) Training allows you and your team to enhance your skills within your familiar surroundings while maintaining your comfort. We have created training solutions that addresses our client-requirements. We deliver training sessions as per our client’s needs and expectations. Our dedicated staff works effortlessly to arrange In-house or Corporate training for a group of professionals working in an organisation. Corporate training has many benefits for attendees, including:

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