Preparation for the PgMP® Certification

Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Certification Preparation Program

PDUs: 18

Language: English

Participants: 5 to 15

Price: 1,100 USD + VAT

Fact sheet:   icono_pdf_verde

Location: Virtual Classroom

Dates: 28 February - 28 March, 2019

Timeframe: See specific timing for each session below


Program Management is maturing as a standardized way of working.

In consequence, the popularity and demand for the PgMP® certification is on the increase.

This course provides you with the knowledge and self-confidence to prepare for, and do well on the Program Management Professional (PgMP)®certification exam.

Dates & Timeframe:

Applicable Time zone is CET (or CEST from 1 April to 25 October 2019)

Dates: From 28 February to 28 March, 2019 Timeframe
Thursday 28 February, 2019 (4 hrs) 14:00 to 18:00
Thursday 07 March, 2019 (4 hrs) 14:00 to 18:00
Thursday 14 March, 2019 (4 hrs) 14:00 to 18:00
Thursday 21 March, 2019 (4 hrs) 14:00 to 18:00
Thursday 28 March, 2019 (2 hrs) 16:00 to 18:00
After the training you will have a clear understanding of:

* Know more about Program Management
* The Project Management Institute (PMI)® perspective on Program Management with concepts and terminology.
* The structure and requirements of the PgMP®certification exam
* Know how to prepare yourself in the best way to pass the certification exam
* Have guidelines on what to focus on during your preparation
* Know specific techniques and exercises to develop your understanding of the many subjects and how they interact
* Recognize typical exam questions helping you to pick the best answer in each case


* The Program and Program Management concepts and how they relate to Portfolio Management and Project Management
* The five Program Management Domains
* The “Supporting Processes” and how they relate to the Domains
* The Examination Content Outline (ECO)
* Program Lifecycle and “timeline” aspects, with differences between the Standard and ECO
* The main roles and who is responsible for doing what in Program Management
* “Artifacts” in relation to Domains and timeline.
* Specific “PMI-isms”, vocabulary and definitions
* Sample quick-test questions per subject
* Sample practice exam “before” and “after”
* Various exercises
* Study Hints per subject area
* How to continue preparing for the exam after this course

Target Group:

Experienced Project and Program Managers who intend to pass the PgMP® certification exam, and want to learn more about Program Management.


You will get a manual with all the course material.
We will also use the following books and material:
* The Standard for Program Management, Project Management Institute, Inc.
* Study Guide & 220 Practice Questions & Answers
* Additional test exams

PMI and PgPM are are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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