About the Project Management Institute (PMI®)
Who is the PMI?
Founded in 1969, the PMI® is the leading global association for the project management profession.
Working with professionals and businesses in over 180 countries around the world, the PMI® sets the
industry standard for project management excellence. With membership at over 300,000, the PMI®
dedicates its efforts towards advancing the practice, science and profession of project management, the
world over. TwentyEighty Strategy Execution has been recognised as an official training provider of the PMI® and the Official Learning
Partner and Sponsor of the PMI® UK Chapter.
PMI® Industry Certification
PMI® industry certification supports the international community of project management professionals
and is designed to objectively assess and measure professional knowledge. These challenging credentials
are widely recognised and are a benchmark for many of the world’s largest organisations for
advancement and employment within project management. Find out more about the benefits of getting
a PMI® Certification.
Train with TwentyEighty Strategy Execution to become PMI® Certified
Every course you take earns you between 15 and 35 valuable PDUs (Professional Development Units).
These PDUs are required by the PMI® to attain and maintain certification. Our courses are aligned to the PMI®'s 'A Project Management Body
of Knowledge Guide' (PMBOK® Guide). This means that every course you sit with us
takes you one step closer to PMI® certification. Take a combination of our courses
(for more info click here) to satisfy the PMI®’s educational requirements - combine
that with the correct experiential requirements and you are ready to take the exam.
To find out which PMBOK® knowledge areas are covered in our courses,
look for the numbered guide next to the course descriptions.
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