CompTIA Project+ (PKO–004)

This instructor-led, self-paced online training course will prepare you for the CompTIA Project+ certification, an international, vendor-neutral certification that covers the entire project life cycle from initiation and planning through execution, acceptance, support, and closure.
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CompTIA Project+ covers the entire project life cycle, from initiation and planning through execution, acceptance, support and closure. It validates that project managers and team members have the knowledge required to manage the project life cycle, ensure appropriate communication, manage resources and stakeholders, and maintain project documentation to support the completion of larger projects.

Exam: PKO-004

Instructor: Ashley Hunt

Skills Learned

  • Purpose of a project charter
  • Project manager’s role in the organizational structure
  • Project process groups
  • Project lifecycle
  • Define and sequence activities
  • Dependency types
  • Determine the critical path
  • Establish a schedule baseline
  • Quality assurance and quality control processes
  • Create a quality baseline
  • Importance of a kick-off meeting and the common activities performed during the meeting
  • Request seller responses and select sellers
  • Close a project or phase
  • Purpose and common components of a transition plan

Who Should Attend This Course

Project managers or project personnel who wish to improve project results, gain a solid project management foundation, and pass the CompTIA Project+ certification exam. Anyone who has project experience can benefit from the principles in this course. This course also provides PDUs towards retaining the PMP certification.

Prerequisites

CompTIA recommends that Project+ certification exam takers have at least 12 months of cumulative project management experience or equivalent education.

Course Outline

  1. About The Exam
  2. Introduction To Project Management
  3. Initiating The Project
  4. Project Team Roles And Responsibilities
  5. Creating A Project Charter
  6. Creating The Work Breakdown Structure
  7. Creating A Project Schedule
  8. Resource Planning And Management
  9. Defining The Project Budget And Risk Plans
  10. Communicating The Plan
  11. Processing Change Requests/Procurement Documents/Agile Project Management
  12. Project Tools And Documentation