Mastering PMI-SP: PMI-SP Certification Preparation Course

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Become a proficient scheduler and effective communicator with our comprehensive PMI-SP course.

What you’ll learn

  • Advanced project scheduling techniques and methodologies. Effective stakeholder communication and engagement strategies.
  • Utilization of project management metrics for monitoring and controlling schedules. Application of PMBOK principles in project scope, time, quality.
  • Requirement definition, management, and traceability processes. Stakeholder identification, analysis, and engagement planning.
  • Tools and techniques for stakeholder communication and reporting. Integrated change control and resource planning.
  • Performance monitoring and progress tracking methods. Best practices for schedule closeout and project documentation.


  • Basic understanding of project management concepts and principles. Familiarity with the PMBOK Guide and project management methodologies. Experience in project scheduling, monitoring, and controlling processes is recommended but not mandatory. Access to relevant study materials and resources for exam preparation. Desire to pursue PMI-SP certification and commitment to completing the course requirements.



Welcome to the PMI-SP – Schedule Monitoring and Controlling course, designed to provide comprehensive insights into project management practices related to schedule monitoring and controlling. This section serves as a foundational step in understanding the intricacies of project scheduling, metrics, and performance monitoring. We will begin by exploring the fundamental concepts of project management and controlling, setting the stage for a deep dive into schedule-related processes. Through lectures, examples, and case studies, you will develop a solid understanding of the importance of effective schedule management in project success.

Section 1: PMI-SP – Schedule Monitoring and Controlling:

In this section, we delve into the core aspects of schedule monitoring and controlling. Starting with an overview of project management metrics, we explore how these metrics define project performance and inform decision-making processes. We then proceed to discuss the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) framework and its relevance in project scheduling. Through lectures on project scope and time management, quality assurance, and communication strategies, you will gain insights into the holistic approach required for effective project scheduling. By examining case studies and best practices, you will learn how to mitigate risks, manage stakeholder expectations, and ensure project success.

Section 2: PMI-SP – Stakeholder Communications Management:

In this section, we shift our focus to stakeholder communications management, recognizing the critical role stakeholders play in project outcomes. Through lectures and interactive sessions, you will learn how to identify stakeholders, analyze their interests and influence, and develop targeted communication strategies. We will explore tools and techniques for stakeholder engagement, emphasizing the importance of maintaining open channels of communication throughout the project lifecycle. By the end of this section, you will be equipped with the skills to effectively manage stakeholder relationships and navigate complex project dynamics.


As we conclude the PMI-SP – Schedule Monitoring and Controlling course, you have gained valuable insights into the intricacies of project scheduling and stakeholder communications management. Armed with this knowledge, you are better prepared to tackle the challenges of modern project management, drive project success, and deliver value to your organization. We encourage you to apply the principles and techniques learned in this course to your real-world projects, fostering a culture of excellence and continuous improvement. Thank you for joining us on this learning journey, and we wish you success in your future project endeavors.

Who this course is for:

  • This course is designed for project managers, scheduling professionals, and individuals involved in project management who aim to enhance their skills in schedule monitoring and controlling processes and obtain the PMI-SP (Project Management Institute – Scheduling Professional) certification. It is also suitable for anyone interested in project scheduling and seeking to advance their career in project management.
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