Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®

Online Certification Available on ILX Player

From Just $500

The ILX CAPM e-learning is based on the Project Management Institute's, 'A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2017'. Students view and review e-learning sessions, complete a range of interactive exercises in each session, and test themselves with a range of multiple-choice format questions. These questions are based on typical questions in the CAPM examination.

Benefits of CAPM® Certification

Organizations with standardized project management practices attain better results. The Certified Associate in Project Management is administered by the Project Management Institute, but is an easier, more entry-level certificate than PMP®.

CAPM can help you in a number of ways:

For Individuals

  • Helps you understand project management processes
  • Entry level into a project management career
  • Prepares you for the PMP certification

For Organizations

  • Introduces standardized practices to the organization
  • Teaches non-project managers the fundamentals
  • Allows current project managers to take on bigger projects

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What's included?

  • 12 months' online access to accredited ILX Group’s CAPM e-learning programme
  • CAPM mock exam simulator
  • Full ILX tutor support

Optional extra

  • PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition with a complimentary copy of the Agile Practice Guide

At the conclusion of this ILX course students will:

  • Have sufficient knowledge and understanding to work as an informed member of a project team undertaking a variety of project management roles
  • Be able to examine and analyse the inputs, tools and techniques of the processes and knowledge areas of the PMBOK® Guide
  • Fulfil the eligibility requirement for the CAPM examination to complete the required 23 contact hours of formal education
  • Be able to describe each process group and knowledge area of the PMBOK® Guide

Exam format

The CAPM exam is not included with this course.

​Exam format

  • 150 multiple-choice questions. Of the 150 questions, 15 are considered pretest questions. Pretest questions do not affect the score and are used in examinations as an effective and legitimate way to test the validity of future examination questions. All questions are placed throughout the examination randomly
  • Three hour duration

​You can familiarise yourself with the CAPM exam content outline here.

 

About the course

Students view and review e-learning sessions, complete a range of interactive exercises in each session, and test themselves with a range of multiple-choice format questions. These questions are based on typical questions in the CAPM examination.

 

What's covered?

  1. Introduction
  2. Project Lifecycle & Organization
  3. Project Management Processes
  4. Project Integration Management
  5. Project Scope Management
  6. Project Time Management
  7. Project Cost Management
  8. Project Quality Management
  9. Plan Human Resource Management
  10. Project Communications Management
  11. Project Risk Management
  12. Project Procurement Management
  13. Project Stakeholder Management
  14. Course Quiz
  15. Exam Simulator

Course duration

The actual study time is approximately 23 hours - 25 hours.

Target audience

This qualification is for those delegates who are looking to start or add project management skills into their current role, or for those who want to manage larger projects and gain more responsibility.

Pre-requisites

The CAPM exam is not included with this course.

You have to apply to the Project Management Institute (PMI)® before you can sit the exam. There’s a strict protocol as they have to authenticate that the pre-requisite criteria has been met prior to exam attendance. In order to understand the PMI process we recommend you review the CAPM handbook on the PMI website.

Pre-requisites

To apply for the CAPM examination, you need to have either:

  • A secondary diploma (high school diploma/global equivalent) and 1,500 hours of professional experience on a project team or
  • A secondary diploma (high school diploma/global equivalent) and 23 contact hours of formal education