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PMP - Project Management Professional

Project Management Professional PMP Bootcamp Training

Starting July 1st, 2020, the PMP exam will reflect the new exam content. The last day to test for the current exam will be June 30, 2020


PMP (Project Management Professional) training and certification boot camp in Washington, DC will prepare you to earn the credential in the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP® demonstrates that you have the experience, education, and competency to successfully lead and direct projects.

Will the SecureNinja Training PMP boot camp prepare the student for the PMP exam?

If you are an experienced project manager intending to take the PMP exam, you can take the SecureNinja Training PMP Boot Camp. In this course, you learn essential PMBOK terminology and gain practical test-taking experience. This is Intense PMP Training, with Real-World Skills Development. This is not just a test prep course; we do not create paper PMP's. Get skills-based training developed using a proven methodology to meet your PMP goals while developing and reinforcing real-world project management skills.

This course is aligned with the new PMBOK Guide®, 6th edition. During this Training Program course, you will:

  • Greatly enhance your project management skills and infuse that knowledge with the precise language and standardized terminology of PMI®
  • Understand the Project Management Life Cycle using the context of the PMI Process Groups
  • Utilize and build upon your existing knowledge base and experience to more efficiently pass your PMP certification exam through skills development and focused memorization exercises
  • Gain 35 PMP PDU's upon successful course completion— the exact amount you need to meet the PDU criteria for sitting the PMP exam
  • Review the PMBOK® Guide (6th Edition) in class
  • Learn the specific skills of project management through the lens of the Ten Knowledge Areas
  • Acquire the skills, knowledge, and confidence to pass the PMP certification test — it’s a difficult, specialized exam, but our methodology teaches you through your PM experience. This is Not Just Test Prep — it is also Skills-Based Training.
  • Learn Project Management using the context of the PMI Process Groups - Study exam topics through the lens of the Ten Knowledge Areas.

In-Class Practice Exams and Exercises

In-class practice exams help you learn not only the project management knowledge, but also the nature of the Project Management Professional exam, the types of questions asked, and the form the questions take. Through practice exercises, you will gain valuable information, learn how to rapidly recall important facts, and generally increase your test-taking skills.

Specifically, you will:

  • Learn the subject matter of the PMP examination
  • Memorize the important test information that has a high probability of being on your examination
  • Develop time management skills necessary to complete the PMP exam within the allotted time
  • Leverage your existing Project Management Skills
  • Extrapolate from your real-world experiences the PMP examination subject matter
  • Learn to identify pertinent question information to quickly answer examination problems
  • 20 Benefits of Participating in Project Management Training Program - PMP Prep
  • Understand how to use Earned Value Analysis to keep a project on-budget and on-time.
  • Clearly define the scope of a project and effectively manage it throughout the project's life.
  • Learn calculation concepts - not just formulas - that allow the answering of computational questions, no matter how they are presented.
  • Minimize the risk of a project through proper risk management and response planning.
  • Learn the fundamentals of stakeholder analysis and how to manage stakeholder expectations.
  • Learn key Procurement terms, concepts, and calculations such as Privity, the Risk profiles of different contracts, and Point of Total Assumption.
  • Learn the five process groups that form the basis of the project management life cycle.
  • Understand the ten knowledge areas and how they apply to teach of the process groups.
  • See how to properly fill out the Project Management Professional examination application.
  • Satisfy the educational requirement to sit for the PMP examination.
  • Understand the PMI terminology that will be used on the PMP examination.
  • See how Quality Planning can be used to ensure project success.
  • Know the subject matter that will be tested, the depth in which questions will be asked, and the emphasis that will be placed on each topic.
  • Understand how Present Value and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) is calculated and used as part of a Project Charter
  • Learn how to construct a dependency network.
  • Produce task time estimates that utilize best-practices and are consistently reliable.
  • Memorize key terms, equations, and graphs for the PMP examination.
  • Take end-of-day quizzes to reinforce learning and prepare for the PMP Examination.
  • Understand how to determine and measure a project’s Critical Path.
  • Develop a study plan to pass the PMP examination on the first try. Develop a study plan to pass the PMP exam 

Topics Covered

  • Initiating the project
  • Planning the project
  • Executing the project
  • Monitoring and controlling the project
  • Closing the project
  • Professional and social responsibility

Who Would Benefit

The PMP Certification Exam Training Program is constructed to help project managers master the material needed to obtain PMI’s PMP certification. It was designed with the recognition that because of the specific requirements of your organizations, practicing project managers (PMs) often have great expertise in some areas but would greatly benefit from the review of the entire project management field.

The PMP recognizes demonstrated competence in leading and directing project teams. If you’re an experienced project manager looking to solidify your skills, stand out to employers and maximize your earning potential, the PMP credential is the right choice for you.


A four-year degree (bachelor’s or the global equivalent) and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.


A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) with at least five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.

Required Exams

PMP Exam                         

Course Length

 35 Hours


  • Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition)
  • Crosswind PMP Exam Success Series material which includes the Bootcamp manual and PMBOK® Guide.

Follow On Courses

  • ITIL Foundation Training
  • CompTIA Project+ Training


What is the PMP certification?

The Project Management Institute (PMI) grants a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification that is well-known in the field. This certification recognizes experience, education, and accomplishment in project management. To become certified, candidates must pass an exam.

What is the CAPM Certification?

PMI grants a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification that is beneficial to project team members or early-stage project managers who are looking for a stepping stone to the PMP certification. For information on eligibility requirements for either the PMP or CAPM certification exams, please refer to the PMI website:

Can I earn PDU credits by attending a Secure Ninja Training PMP boot camp?

Yes. Those interested in taking the PMP exam must earn a minimum of 35 professional development units (PDUs) through a PMI Registered Education Provider. Once certified, PMPs must earn at least 60 PDUs every three years to maintain their certification

The Method:

The Training Program is divided logically into two parts. The first part reinforces the PM's understanding of project management, while at the same time introducing PMI's precise terminology and project management philosophy. The second part drills into you the specific topical knowledge needed to pass the PMP examination.

Using Your Experience:

The first part leads you through the Project Management Life Cycle using the context of the PMI Process Groups. It teaches project management the way it’s practiced, from start to finish. This methodology builds on your existing knowledge base to enable you to adopt the precise language and standardized terminology of PMI and build real-world project management skills.

Preparing for the Exam:

The second part of the course examines the specific skills of project management through the lens of the Nine Knowledge Areas. Special importance is given to those concepts which historically have been emphasized by PMI, including memorization of guides and diagrams. Intense question review and focused memorization are an integral part of this section.

Putting it all Together:

The PMP Certification Exam Training Program is an intensive 35-hour program. Frequent practice exams, reviews, and written exercises will enable you to master the test-taking skills needed for the PMP examination.

Passing the PMP Exam

The historical pass rate of students who have taken this class is 97%. We offer you the following guarantee*: If you do not pass, you may re-sit a PMP Certification Exam Training Program session within one year.

PMP (Project Management Professional) Classes Schedule
Nov. 09, 2020 Nov. 12, 2020 Alexandria Mon-Thurs OPEN Bootcamp
Nov. 09, 2020 Nov. 12, 2020 Live Online Mon-Thurs OPEN Online
Nov. 16, 2020 Nov. 19, 2020 Columbia Mon-Thurs OPEN Bootcamp
Nov. 16, 2020 Nov. 19, 2020 Live Online Mon-Thurs OPEN Online
Dec. 07, 2020 Dec. 10, 2020 Alexandria Mon-Thurs OPEN Bootcamp
Dec. 07, 2020 Dec. 10, 2020 Live Online Mon-Thurs OPEN Online
Dec. 21, 2020 Dec. 24, 2020 San Diego Mon-Thurs OPEN Bootcamp
Dec. 21, 2020 Dec. 24, 2020 Live Online Mon-Thurs OPEN Online

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