TwentyEighty Strategy Execution and the PMI
Who are the PMI?
The PMI are the world’s largest not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession. PMI’s worldwide advocacy for project management is reinforced by its globally recognised standards and certification programme, extensive academic and market research programmes, chapters and communities of practice, and professional development opportunities.
Our Relationship with the PMI
- Our 30 year old relationship with the Project Management Institute (PMI) is one of the most valuable partnerships for us.
- We are a Registered Education Provider at PMI (Provider #1038).
- We are the official sponsor of the PMI UK chapter.
- Gold sponsors of PMI Germany, Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland.
- We have an extremely close relationship with the PMI Arabian Gulf chapter
Train with us towards your training with the PMI and PMP
As part of our promise to our delegates and to the PMI:
- Courses undergo regular monitoring to bring you the latest skills
- All our instructors go through a vigorous before being employed by us. All of our instructors are PMP professionals and typically have over 23 years of direct, firsthand project management experience
- PMI Members get discounts on our courses:
- PMI UK Chapter members get a 25% discount on the first three spaces on all UK public training courses. Thereafter a 15% discount will be given.
- All PMI Chapter members get up to a 15% discount off all UK public training courses.
- All PMI Chapter members are entitled to a 15% discount off all e-training courses
- Our courses cover PMBOK Knowledge areas and reward PDUs.
Please note that all delegates are required to quote their PMI membership no. upon booking.
PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas
1. Project Integration Management: Effective integration of the processes required to accomplish
project objectives; includes developing a plan and the project charter.
2. Project Scope Management: Defines and controls what is and is not included in the project;
includes the creation of a Work Breakdown Structure.
3. Project Time Management: Examines processes required for the timely completion of a project;
includes the development and control of the project schedule.
4. Project Cost Management: Planning, estimating, budgeting and controlling costs to ensure
the project can be completed within the approved budget.
5. Project Quality Management: Processes that identify which quality standards are relevant
to the project objectives to ensure that the project achieves its goals; includes quality
planning assurance and control.
6. Project Human Resource Management: Processes that involve human resource planning;
includes acquiring, developing and managing the project team.
7. Project Communications Management: Ensuring project information is collected,
communicated, stored, retrieved and disposed of properly; includes performance reporting
and managing stakeholders.
8. Project Risk Management: Increasing the probability and impact of positive events and
decreasing negative events. These are updated throughout the project; includes qualitative
and quantitative risk analysis.
9. Project Procurement Management: Processes to purchase/acquire the products, services
or results needed to perform the project work; includes contract management and change control.
10. Project Stakeholder Management
I Need Further Advice
If there are any areas that you are not quite sure about but would like further information, then just call one of our Course Advisors who will be happy to help. Simply call us on +44 (0)20 3743 2910 or send an email to email@example.com.