Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) is an asset that will distinguish you in the job market and enhance your credibility and effectiveness working on — or with — project teams.
The CAPM® recognizes your knowledge of the profession’s preeminent global standard; you’ll stand out to employers and be poised to move ahead.
Do you want to learn how to manage projects on a global scale successfully?
Taking this Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) course will teach you how to guide a project from concept to reality, helping you to acquire the mindset you need to achieve success.
You will gain confidence in dealing with numbers for business purposes, as well as improving your time management.
Considered an essential step for project team members, the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) credential can benefit a wide range of individuals who want to demonstrate a comprehensive and consistent understanding of the application of their work.
By gaining knowledge of project management processes and terminology, project team members can enhance their contributions to the team’s success.
The CAPM recognizes individuals with a demonstrated understanding of the fundamental knowledge, processes, and terminology as defined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® also used for PMP), the standard of project management’s ethical practices.
The CAPM credential candidate contributes to a project team as a subject matter expert and may also serve as a sponsor, facilitator, liaison, or coordinator.
These project team members assume full or partial responsibility for individual project tasks in their areas of expertise (e.g., finance, marketing, legal), which may not be industry-specific, but relevant across many functional sectors and industries.
You might be interested in another Project Management and Primavera courses and programs as a next step.
This is official PMI course.
Start your project management career on the right track. Whether you’re new to PMI® certifications or just starting your project management career, the PMI Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® certification enhances your credentials and project management effectiveness.
In this CAPM training course, you gain the knowledge to prepare yourself for the CAPM® certification exam. You will be provided with a deep understanding of essential terminology, tools, and techniques that make up the PMBOK® Guide, a copy of the PMBOK® Guide, Sixth Edition, as well as 300 practice exam questions.
A person is eligible if they satisfy Category 1 or Category 2:
Category 1: minimum of high school diploma and at least 1500 hours of project management experience
Category 2: minimum of high school diploma and accumulated at least 23 contact hours of project management education (23 PDUs) — this course fulfills this PDU requirement
To earn this certification, you must take and pass the three-hour CAPM exam, comprised of 150 multiple choice questions.
To maintain your CAPM, you must retake the exam every five years.
Strategic Axis can help you maintain your certification with a comprehensive list of PDU-eligible training courses.
Where to take the test?
In Prometric Test Center
What is a Project?
What is Project Management?
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®)
Defining project management across project life cycle
Identifying the role of the project manager
Analyzing organizational influences on projects
Defining the knowledge areas and process groups
Evaluating the standard for managing projects
The Project Life Cycle
Project management Processes
Project management Process groups
Project management Process Mapping
Integrating the PMBOK® Guide processes
Developing the project charter
Coordinating content of the project management plan
Performing project work
Controlling changes throughout the project
Defining and managing project scope
Defining and facilitating stakeholder requirements
Developing detailed project and product descriptions
Creating the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Validating the scope
Completing the project on time
Defining and sequencing activities
Estimating activity resources and durations
Determining and controlling the schedule
Planning and managing the project cost
Developing project budgets
Applying Earned Value Management (EVM) basics
Identifying project quality standards and requirements
Determining project quality activities
Demonstrating compliance with a quality approach
Quality assurance and control
Ensuring adherence to quality guidelines
Monitoring and measuring quality results
Identifying roles, responsibilities, and skills
Utilizing hierarchical and matrix charts (RAM & RACI)
Enhancing project performance through team development and improved competencies
Managing the project team
Ensuring timely project communication
Addressing stakeholder information needs
Collecting and disseminating project information
Planning project procurement and identifying sellers
Obtaining seller responses and awarding contracts
Managing procurement relationships
Monitoring contract performance
Closing each project procurement
Planning for risk
Assessing and documenting risks
Performing qualitative and quantitative risk analysis
Preparing appropriate risk responses
Monitoring and controlling risks
Tracking identified risks and risk triggers
Re-evaluating existing risks and identifying new ones
Developing risk response plans as required
Identifying internal and external project stakeholders
Managing stakeholder engagement
Planning for test day
Gaining insight into the exam process
Applying proven tips for exam success
Optimizing study time
Assessing your exam preparedness
Identifying your strengths and weaknesses
Designing a personalized study plan that works for you
Reviewing the exam application process