Nishtha Institute of Training and Education
Nishtha Institute of Training and Education
Training for values based education & beyond

CAPM® Courses offered:

1.Classroom courses
2.Online Interactive Courses
3.Totally Online Training

1.3-Day Classroom sessions are held on-demand at customer locations as well as regularly at our office premises in Chennai.
2.Online Interactive CAPM® Exam Preparation course will be conducted using a collaboration tool where the instructor will conduct live class over the internet at mutually convenient schedules.
3. Totally Online CAPM®Exam Preparation course can be taken by the student from the internet at their convenience that uses guided audio-video sessions.
All the three courses will provide 23 hours of project management education which is necessary to be eligible for applying for the CAPM®Exam.

CAPM®Online Training

Why CAPM®?

  • This credential gives you an opening for grabbing Project Management positions early in your career and speeds up career growth for those already leading projects
  • Practicing the learning demonstrates the discipline and professionalism in your approach for all to see
  • Many clients require qualified staff to lead projects from their vendors.CAPM® helps here.
  • Applicable to ANY industry; It is domain neutral
  • It gives you an edge over others when it comes to job interviews / new jobs / opportunities
  • globally recognized in more than 190 countries including USA, UK, Asian, Middle East & European countries
  • It gives you an edge over others when it comes to job interviews / new jobs / opportunities globally recognized in more than 190 countries including USA, UK, Asian, Middle East & European countries.

Eligibility Criteria:

To be eligible for the CAPM® Exam, you should have a secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent) 1,500 hours of project experience OR 23 hours of project management education completed by the time you sit for the exam

What you have to do:

NITE is committed to providing precise, crisp and relevant material to make your CAPM® exam preparation, most effective and comfortable. We cut the noise and go straight to the topics of relevance and keep it simple!! Ours success is reflected by yours!

All you have to do is make the payment, register and step into the virtual classroom on our website at any time of your convenience, put on your head / ear phones and you are on the go. NITE provides all the content and material that you need to succeed with your CAPM® Exam.

Proof of our Quality & Commitment:

Our student feedback rating average of 4.8 out of 5 over the last 6 years (testimonials, references and documentary evidence available) and astounding success rate of students stand tall, to showcase our quality and commitment

Our Deliverable & Fee:

For just a fee of USD 250 which is an absolute bargain for the price, our exhaustive deliverable includes:

1. 23 Contact Hours / PDUs on completion of the online course (completion includes the training video, quizzes and simulation exams). These questions help gain clarity on the concepts as well.
2.Online Presentation with audio lectures covering the 10 Knowledge Areas and 6 process groups in alignment with PMBOK® v6
3.Close to 2000 practice questions that include
a About 20 Quizzes on all topics helping you to reaffirm and refine your understanding of the concepts learnt
b. Three real time simulation exams for 4 Hours - 200 questions each.
c. A Additional questions for further orientation and comprehension
In addition, the following are unique deliverable from NITE
4.Exam Tips and tricks to help you better zoom in to the right option for answering
5.Guidance for completing the PMI application form for CAPM® with some sample completed forms
6. Support after the training, as needed, until you pass the exam in terms of questions, clarifications and guidance from global senior industry leaders with over two decades of experience
7. Professional career guidance related to doing this course
8. An optional post-training session via skype or such collaboration tool, with an expert on the topic, that you can schedule to clarify doubts
9. Additional materials for studying to supplement the training video content
10.Above all, our professional commitment at all times to help you with your preparation
So, go ahead and Register with us to get started on your journey to success in your career!!

Course Fees

  • USD 150 only (CAPM® Totally Online)
  • INR 6000 only (CAPM® Totally Online)
  • Classroom Training - Please contact us for pricing

Course Duration

Totally Online Classes
Your user id is valid for a period of 4 months. Once inside the classroom, the clock keeps ticking down. A total of 23 hours minimum duration is required.

Online Interactive Classes
Total duration will be 23 Hours that includes the interactive sessions, quiz assignments and reviews.

Classroom Sessions
3-Day sessions from 9 am to 6 pm with Lunch and Tea Breaks

System Requirements (for Online Interactive and Totally Online)

For the Online Interactive class, participants need a 512 kbps internet line along with a microphone and headphones/speakers, whereas for the Totally Online class, they just need internet connectivity along with speakers to listen to.

Our Assistance

If you wish to take partial package of the offerings for PDUs, or to check on any promotional offers or if you have any further questions:
Phone: +91-9677077910
Our global experts on the topic would be much obliged to help you, before you decide to take up the course.

Course Content

1. Overview 
1) About PMI history 
2) PMP® Certification program & details 
a) Eligibility criteria & the certification process (Application & audit process, Exam fees) 
b) Exam structure (Topics covered, types of PMP® questions) 
c) Training approach (How to prepare) 
3) PDC handbook, CCR handbook 

2. Project Management Framework 
1) What is PMBOK® and its purpose 
2) Project Vs operations (PMBOK® definitions) 
3) Triple constraint 
4) Value of Project Management 
5) Project Manager’s role & areas of expertise of Project Manager and Project Team 
6)  Project Life cycle, Product Life cycle & Project Management Life cycle 
7) Key Stakeholders 
8) Organization structures   

3. Project Management Process 
1) Product Oriented process & Project management process 
3) 9 Knowledge areas Vs 6 Project management process groups

4. Project Integration Management 
1) Project charter
2) Project Preliminary Scope statement 
3) Project Selection Methods (PV, NPV, IRR, Payback period, BCR, Opportunity cost)
4) Project Plan or Project Management plan
5) Manage and control Project execution
6) Integrated Change control (CCB)
7) Project closeout
8) Integration Management (How to integrate all 9 KA’s Vs 6 process groups)

5. Project Scope Management 
1) Project scope planning (Scope Management Plan) 
2) Scope Definition (Scope Statement)  
3) Work Breakdown structure (WBS & WBS dictionary) 
4) Scope Verification process
5) Scope Control   

6. Project Time Management 
1) Activity Definition (Activity List)
2) Activity Sequencing 
a) How to draw a PND using PDM
b) Calculate Float (slack), Total float, free float  
c) Identify Critical Path using PND
e) Leads & Lags 
3) Activity Duration Estimating (Effort estimate Vs Duration Estimate)
4) CPM (Forward pass & backward pass) & PERT
5) Crashing, Fast-tracking & Resource Leveling
6) Gantt Chart, Project calendar, Resource calendar, RAM/RACI, Resource Histogram

7. Project Cost Management 
1) Project Management fundamentals & types of cost
2) Depreciation (Straight Line, Accelerated), Sunk costs
3) Cost Estimating (Top-down, bottom-up, parametric)
4) Accuracy range of estimates (Order of magnitude, conceptual, definite and control)
5) Cost budgeting & Cost baseline
6) Cost control 
7) Earned Value Management (EVM)
How to calculate PV, EV, AC, SPI, CPI, BAC, EAC, ETC, VAC, TCPI (including exercises)

8. Project Quality Management 
1) Quality Vs Grade
2) Quality Management, TQM, Quality policy, Gold plating
3) Quality Management process (QA, QC)
3) Quality Planning (Quality management plan)
4) Cost of Quality (COQ)
5) QA & Quality audits
6) QC (Fishbone diagram, Pareto chart, control charts, flow charts, Inspection, Sampling, run chart)

9. Project HR Management 
1) HR planning (Roles & Responsibilities, Authority, competency, RAM/RACI, etc)                  
2) Roles of Project sponsor, Team member, stakeholder, functional manager, Project manager
3) Staffing management plan
4) Acquiring Project Team
5) Develop Project Team (Team building, 5 Powers of PM, 7 leadership styles etc.)
6) Motivational Theories 
7) Manage Project Team (Manage issues) 

10. Project Communication Management 
1) Communication management (compliance, informance and branding type of communications)
2) Sender-Medium-Receiver
3) Communications planning (communication management plan)
4) Information distribution (forms of communication, communication methods & channels)
5) How to calculate communication channels
6) Performance reporting (Status reports, & other reports, Earned value)
7) Manage stakeholder’s communication
8) Project meetings      

11. Project Risk Management 
1) Risk Vs Assumptions Vs constraints
2) Risk Management Plan
3) Risk Identification (Risk Register RR)
4) Qualitative Risk analysis (High, medium & low)
5) Quantitative Risk Analysis)
6) Expected value calculation (Decision tress, Monte Carlo simulation software)
7) Risk Response (Avoid, Mitigate, Transfer or Accept)
8) Secondary risks, Residual risks & Reserves (Management reserves & Contingency reserves)
9) Risk Monitoring and control.

12. Project Procurement Management 
1) Plan Procurements
2) Contract & Contract types
a) CR (Cost reimbursable): CPFF, CPPC, CPIF, CPAF
b) FFP (Firm Fixed Price): FPIF, FPEFA
c) T& M (Time and Material
3) SOW
4) Request Seller responses (RFP’s)
5) Select Sellers 
6) Administer Contracts and contract closure

13. Stakeholder Management 
1) Identifying Stakeholders        
2) Planning Stakeholder Management
3) Managing Stakeholder Management knowledge base
4) Controlling Stakeholder Management

14. Professional Responsibility 
1) Professional Ethics        
2) Individual Integrity
3) Contributing to PM knowledge base
4) PMI’s “Project Management Professional Code of Professional Conduct”