PMP Boot Camp (PMPBC)

Course Description Schedule Course Outline

Course Content

Students of Fast Lane’s PMP Boot Camp receive:

  • Four days of the best PMP preparation training in the world
  • The typical day includes:
    • Expert-led instruction, bringing in real-world group reinforcement activities to help you retain information for the exam
    • The Fast Lane exam cram: time to focus on the day’s objectives
  • Opportunity to re-sit a classroom-based or live online course for up to one year
  • In-person access to the top project management experts in the industry
  • Fast Lane’s PMP Boot Camp materials, updated for the new PMP exam aligned with the PMBOK Guide 4th Edition
  • Test-taking tips, strategies and review materials
  • Free 35-hour on-line PMP 101 pre-course
  • PMBOK Guide 4th Edition
  • PMP Exam Prep Quick Reference Study Guide
  • Hundreds of PMP 4th Edition exam-style questions
  • Lunch, beverages and snacks

Fast Lane is committed 100% to your PMP Certification Success: If you do not pass, we will pay for your re-take up to two times, and, if on a third attempt you do not succeed, we will refund the remaining tuition (minus the cost of the exam attempts). It’s a simple commitment that gives you 100% confidence in achieving the coveted PMP certification!

Who should attend

  • The Fast Lane PMP Program is intended for professionals that are preparing to take the esteemed PMP Certification exam by the Project Management Institute


Students of the PMP program are lining up to take the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional Certification (PMP). This is the topmost requested certification in the world, and the sign of a truly experienced and capable Project Manager.


PMP Certification has certain minimum requirements, which include:

  • You must have 35 hours of specific project management education
  • With a bachelor’s degree (or the global equivalent): You must have a minimum three years’ professional project management experience, during which 4,500 hours are spent leading and directing project tasks, up to eight years from the time of application
  • Without a bachelor’s degree (or the global equivalent): You must have a minimum five years’ professional project management experience, during which at least 7,500 hours are spent leading and directing project tasks, up to eight years from the time of application

Course Objectives

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Pass the PMP Exam on the very first try
  • Apply cost, quality, and resources to project planning
  • Have extensive understanding of the technical dimensions of project management
  • Have a broad range of skills across the social-cultural dimensions
  • Have comprehensive understanding of the PMBOK Guide Knowledge Areas

Detailed Course Outline


  • Professional Responsibility
  • PMI® Code of Conduct
  • Professional responsibility performance domain
  • Legal, ethical and professional behaviors
  • International cultural sensitivities
  • Project Management Framework
  • Project phases
  • Project life cycles
  • Areas of knowledge
  • Project stakeholders
  • Process groups
  • Project Integration Management
  • Project plan development
  • Project plan execution
  • Overall change control


  • Project Scope Management
  • Project initiation definition
  • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • Scope verification
  • Scope change control
  • Project Time Management
  • Schedule network development
  • Resource loading and leveling
  • CPM and PERT


  • Project Cost Management
  • Definitions, types of costs
  • Economic analysis
  • Cost estimating and budgeting
  • Cost control
  • Earned value
  • Project Quality Management
  • Quality planning
  • Quality assurance
  • Quality control
  • Statistical process control
  • Project Human Resource Management
  • Motivation and leadership
  • Team development


  • Project Communications Management
  • Communications planning
  • Information distribution
  • Performance reporting
  • Project Risk Management
  • Risk Planning
  • Risk identification
  • Qualitative and quantitative risk management
  • Risk response development and control
  • Project Procurement Management
  • Procurement planning
  • Solicitation and source selection
  • Contract administration and close-out
Classroom Training

Duration 4 days

  • United States: US$ 1,895
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