CompTIA Project+ Industrial Training in Jalandhar & CompTIA Project+ Training in Jalandhar
The CompTIA Project+ is an intermediate level certification that steers towards a career in IT Management. The Course is targeted at business professionals handling technical projects and supports the project management culture in an organization by leading managing and directing small to medium scale projects.
This vendor-neutral certification program from CompTIA fine-tunes the business, interpersonal and technical project management skills required to successfully handle business projects in technical platforms.
The course covers all aspects of an entire project life cycle, from the initial stage to planning through execution, acceptance, support and closure. One will learn to successfully manage and deploy the nuances like creating management plans, developing a project charter/schedule, manage project relationships etc.
Summarize the properties of a project.
2. Start and finish
5. Project as part of a program
6. Project as part of a portfolio
Classify project roles and responsibilities.
2. Project manager
3. Project coordinator
6. Project team
7. Project Management Office (PMO)
Compare and contrast standard project phases.
4. Monitor and control
Identify the basics of project cost control.
1. Total project cost
2. Expenditure tracking
3. Expenditure reporting
4. Burn rate
5. Cost baseline/budget
Identify common project team organizational structures.
Given a scenario, execute and develop project schedules.
1. Work breakdown structure
2. Scheduling activities
Identify the basic aspects of the Agile methodology.
1. Readily adapt to new/ changing requirements
2. Iterative approach
3. Continuous requirements gathering
4. Establish a backlog
5. Burndown charts
6. Continuous feedback
7. Sprint planning
8. Daily standup meetings/ SCRUM meetings
9. SCRUM retrospective
10. Self-organized and self-directed teams
Explain the importance of human resource, physical resource, and personnel management.
1. Resource management concepts
2. Personnel management
Given a scenario, predict the impact of various constraint variables and influences throughout the project.
1. Common constraints
Explain the importance of risk strategies and activities.
2. Risk activities
Given a scenario, use the appropriate communication method.
4. Instant messaging
5. Video conferencing
6. Voice conferencing
8. Text message
9. Distribution of printed media
10. Social media
Compare and contrast factors influencing communication methods.
1. Language barriers
2. Time zones/geographical factors
3. Technological factors
4. Cultural differences
5. Interorganizational differences
6. Intraorganizational differences
7. Personal preferences
8. Rapport building/relationship building
9. Tailor method based on content of message
10. Criticality factors
11. Specific stakeholder communication requirements
Explain common communication triggers and determine the target audience and rationale
2. Project planning
3. Project change
4. Risk register updates
6. Schedule changes
7. Task initiation/completion
8. Stakeholder changes
9. Gate reviews
10. Business continuity response
11. Incident response
12. Resource changes
Given a scenario, use the following change control process within the context of a project.
1. Change control process
2. Types of common project changes
Recognize types of organizational change.
1. Business merger/acquisition
2. Business demerger/split
3. Business process change
4. Internal reorganization
Compare and contrast various project management tools.
1. Project scheduling software
3. Dashboard/status report
4. Knowledge management tools
5. Performance measurement tools
6. SWOT analysis
7. Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed (RACI) Matrix
Given a scenario, analyze project centric documentation.
1. Project charter
2. Project management plan
3. Issues log
4. Organizational chart
5. Scope statement
6. Communication plan
7. Project schedule
8. Status report
9. Dashboard information
10. Action items
11. Meeting agenda/meeting minutes
Identify common partner or vendor-centric documents and their purpose.
1. Request for Information
2. Request for Proposal
3. Request for Quote
4. Mutually binding documents