PGMP Certification

PGMP Certification

Training schedule will be announced shortly.


Key Features

Course Outline


Who can attend

The next step after Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification, the Program Management Professional (PgMP)® credential from Project Management Institute (PMI)® addresses the community of professionals who are responsible for the coordinated management of multiple projects that are in alignment with organizational objectives. They are required to direct and manage complex activities that may span functions, organizations, cultures and geographies.

Our comprehensive workshop covers the Project Management process from beginning to end, honing your skills in the six prime focus areas: Governance, Prioritization, Escalation, Resource Management, Benefits Realization, and Stakeholder Management. As a PgMP® credential holder, you will be able to promote better integration and coordination of multiple projects for the overall benefit of the program.

3 days or 24 hours interactive instructor-led training

21 PDUs

End-to-end exam prep help and support

Quiz to test your knowledge

PMI® approved courseware

Program Management Professional (PgMP)® certification process overview

Program Management Foundation Information

Program Management framework and Life cycle

Program Definition phase

Program Strategic alignment

Program Benefits Management

Program governance

Program Stakeholder Engagement

Program Management Supporting process – Overview

Definition phase activities of Supporting process

Program Benefit delivery phase activities of Supporting process

Program Closure phase activities of Supporting process

Program Management Applications

Tips and Tricks

Sample Exam Questions

Get the basics of Project Management Institute’s framework of handling complex multiple related projects (program)

Learn what a program is, and how it is different from a project or a portfolio

Understand program management skills, competencies, tools and techniques with practical sample templates, and forms for managing programs

Initiate and organize a large-scale program to implement business strategy

Learn how to structure and govern a program

Establish and implement program governance to ensure consistent alignment with organizational strategy

Learn to sequence projects, budgets, schedules and optimize resource allocation

Set up effective communication, collaboration and reporting structures, coordinate all ongoing operations

Improve the effectiveness of an organization’s approach to program management

Coordinate stakeholder relationships smoothly

Manage, execute and control a successful program consisting of multiple, related projects

Team Leads, Sponsors, Project Directors, Program Managers, Portfolio Managers, or Project Management Office (PMO) Heads wishing to know more about the processes/benefits of the Program Management approach in supporting organizational strategy can attend this course.