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Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® Certification Training

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GreyCampus offers training for CAPM® Certification which is PMI's globally recognized certification and demonstrates professionals’ knowledge and experience in project management. It also includes the five process groups and ten knowledge areas of project management. GreyCampus is a Premier Authorized Training Partner (R.E.P. ID 3871) of Project Management Institute (PMI)®, USA.

  • Bootcamp (2/3-day classes)

  • 1 year access to audio-video lectures

  • 23 Contact Hour Certificate

  • 3 simulated exams

  • 100% money back guarantee**

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Program Overview

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® certification is a significant entry-level certification for project practitioners by Project Management Institute (PMI)®. After successfully passing the CAPM® certification exam, that is based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide—Sixth Edition), the participants receive the CAPM® certificate by P.M.I.

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  • 3 simulated exams
  • 23 Contact Hour Certificate
  • 1 year access to audio-video lectures

Program Outline


Gain professional knowledge in project management to implement in work.


The training is aligned with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) and CAPM® Exam Preparation.


Pass PMI’s CAPM ® certification exam

  • Course Introduction
    Course Introduction
    Instructor Introduction
  • CAPM Application & Exam
    What do the letters CAPM mean?
    How Do I Become A CAPM?
    Scheduling the Exam
    CAPM Application
    CAPM Exam
    Types of Questions
    Recurring Themes: PMI'isms
    The Exam – Why People Fail
  • Organizations and Project Management
    Organizations and Project Management
    Differentiation vs. Integration
    Functional Organization
    Projectized Organization
    The Martrix Organization
    Project Characteristics
  • The Basics of Project Management
    The Basics of Project Management
    What is Project Management?
    Projects and Operations
    Program and Portfolio
    Organizational Project Management
    Key Terms
    It’s all about managing six (6) things. It’s simple really
    Plan - Do - Check - Act
    Project Life Cycle
    Developmental Methodologies
    The Big 3 Life Cycles
    The Predictive Model
    The Iterative Model
    Advantages of the Iterative Model
    Challenges of the Iterative Model
    Managing WIP
    Scrum Model
    A Project Vision
    Product Backlog
    The Scrum Roles
    The Release Planning Meeting
    The Sprint Planning Meeting
    Team/Scrum Board
    Burndown Chart
    Sprint Planning Meeting
    The Daily Scrum
    Sprint Review
    Sprint Retrospective
    Scrum Table
    Knowledge areas
    • Project Integration Management
      Project Integration Management
      Integration Management
      4.1 Develop Project Charter & The Business Case
      4.2 Develop Project Management Plan
      4.3 Direct & Manage Project Work
      4.4 Manage Project Knowledge
      4.5 Monitor & Control Work
      4.6 Perform Integrated Change Control
      4.7 Close Project or Phase
    • Project Scope Management
      Project Scope Management
      Scope Management
      The Product vs. Project Scope
      The Scope Management Plan Answers
      The Steps in Scope Management
      How Scope is Measured
      5.1 Plan Scope Management
      5.2 Collect Requirements
      Requirements Data Gathering
      Idea Mapping Guidelines
      Brainstorming Steps
      5.3 Define Scope
      5.4 WBS
      5.5 Validate Scope
      5.6 Control Scope
    • Project Schedule Management
      "Project Schedule Management
      6.1 Plan Schedule Management
      6.2 Define Activities
      6.3 Sequence Activities
      6.4 Estimate Activity Durations
      Project Evaluation & Review Technique (PERT)
      Agile Estimation
      6.5 Develop Schedule
      The Critical Path Method
      Resource Optimization
      Critical Chain Method
      A Sample Story Map
      6.5 Develop Schedule (Cont.)
      Leveling vs. Smoothing
      Other Terms
      Crashing vs. Fast Tracking
      Gantt Charts
      Milestone Chart
      6.6 Control Schedule
    • Project Cost Management
      Project Cost Management
      Cost Management
      7.1 Plan Cost Management
      7.2 Estimate Costs
      7.3 Determine Budget
      7.4 Control Costs
      Cumulative Cost Curve
      Earned Value Chart
      Earned Schedule Theory
    • Project Quality Management
      Project Quality Management
      Key Terms
      Quality Management
      Thought Leaders
      8.1 Plan Quality
      Cost of Quality
      Logical Data Model
      Matrix Diagrams
      Test Driven Development (TDD)
      Acceptance Test–Driven Development
      8.2 Manage Quality
      Root Cause Analysis
      Affinity Diagrams
      Cause and Effect Diagram
      Histogram Sample
      Scatter Diagram
      Control Chart
      Pareto Diagrams
      Run Chart
      Design for X
      Problem Solving
      Design of Experiments
      8.3 Control Quality
      7 Basic Quality Tools
      Check or Tally Sheets
      Statistical Sampling Terms
      Statistical Terms
      Statistical Example
    • Project Resources Management
      Project Resources Management
      The Processes that Organize All Project Resources
      9.1 Plan Resources Management
      Team Charter
      Organization Chart
      Responsibility Assignment Matrix
      Common Theories
      Resource Management Plan
      9.2 Estimate Activity Resources
      9.3 Acquire Resources
      9.4 Develop Team
      The Five (5) Conflict Resolution Modes
      Speed B. Leas Conflict Model
      The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
      Absence of Trust
      Absence of Conflict
      Lack of Commitment
      Avoidance of Accountability
      Inattention to Results
      9.5 Manage Team
      Emotional Intelligence
      Ability -Based EI Model
      Goleman’s Mixed EI Model
      Trait EI Model
      Leadership Styles
      Theories of Management Style
      Sources of Power
      Servant Leadership
      Management vs. Leadership
      Adaptive Leadership
      9.6 Control Resources
      Final Terms
    • Project Communications Management
      Project Communications Management
      Communications Management
      Communications Dimensions
      Communications Terms
      The Communication Model
      Didactic Communication Example
      10.1 Plan Communications Management
      Stakeholder Engagement Matrix
      The Communications Management Plan
      10.2 Manage Communications
      10.3 Manage & Control Communications
    • Project Risk Management
      Project Risk Management
      Risk Management
      Key Terms
      11.1 Plan Risk Management
      Included in the Risk Management Plan
      Sample RBS
      Scales for Impact and Probability
      Sample Impact Matrix
      11.2 Identify Risks
      Brainstorming Steps
      Delphi Technique
      SWOT Analysis
      Prompt Lists
      The Risk Register
      11.3 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
      Risk Parameters
      Probability & Impact Matrix
      11.4 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
      Influence Diagrams
      Expected Monetary Value (EMV)
      Decision Tree Analysis
      A Sample Decision Tree with Costs
      Data Modeling - Simulation
      11.5 Plan Risk Responses
      Response Strategies
      Risk Register Updates
      11.6 Implement Risk Responses
      11.7 Monitor Risks
    • Project Procurement Management
      Project Procurement Management
      Procurement Management
      Procurement PMIisms
      Procurement Terms
      12.1 Plan Procurement Management
      Source Selection Analysis
      Procurement Management Plan
      Bid Documents
      Procurement Statement of Work
      3 Types - Procurement Statement of Work
      Procurement Documents
      12.2 Conduct Procurements
      Source Selection Criteria
      12.3 Control Procurements
      Negotiate Settlements
    • Project Stakeholder Management
      Project Stakeholder Management
      13.1 Identify Stakeholders
      Brain Writing - Data Gathering
      Data Analysis for Stakeholders
      Classification Models for Stakeholder Analysis
      Stakeholder Prioritization
      Salience Model
      Direction of Influence
      Stakeholder Engagement Classification
      13.2 Plan Stakeholder Management
      13.3 Manage Stakeholder Engagement
      13.4 Monitor Stakeholder Engagement
    • Professional Responsibility
      Professional Responsibility
      Duty to the Profession
      Scope & Estimates
      Above All Else…
    • Workbook
    • Manual

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Frequently asked questions


Q. Am I eligible to take the CAPM examination?

A: If you are less experienced in managing projects and looking to demonstrate your commitment to project management, improve your ability to manage larger projects and earn additional responsibility and stand out to potential employers, the CAPM certification is right for you.

To apply for the CAPM, you need to have:

  • A secondary degree (high school diploma or the global equivalent)


  • At least 1,500 hours of project experience


  • 23 hours of project management education by the time you sit for the exam.

Q: What is the full form of CAPM?

A: Certified Associate in Project Management

Q. How should you maintain your CAPM?

A: As a CAPM certification holder, you do not need to earn PDUs. Instead, you take a re-exam before the end of your five-year certification cycle.

Q: What is the Body of Knowledge of the CAPM exam?

A: The Project Management Body of Knowledge(PMBOK) is a set of standard terminology and guidelines (a body of knowledge) for project management

Q: Who gives CAPM certification?

A: Project Management Institute

Q: What is PMBOK® Guide?

A: PMBOK® Guide or Project Management Body of Knowledge is a collection of processes and knowledge areas that are accepted as best practices for Project Management across the world. This is essentially the sum of knowledge within the discipline of Project Management as maintained by PMI. The current version of the PMBOK® Guide is the PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition.

Q: What is the level of this certification?

A: This is an entry-level certification.

Q: What is the recertification process for CAPM credential?

A: The CAPM certification credential is valid for 5 years. In the fifth year, the participant moves to a renewal period of one year, during which, he must retake and pass the exam in order to retain the credential.

Q. What happens after you register for the course?

A: For both Bootcamp and Without Bootcamp:

As soon as you register, an automated email with your receipt and your access credentials for audio-video lectures is sent to your registered email ID.

For Bootcamp*

  • Within 24 hours you will receive a welcome email directly from the training coordinator managing the specific workshop batch you've opted for.
  • 3 working days before the batch start date: You will receive a reminder from the training coordinator about the upcoming training.
  • On the workshop start date (1 hour before starting off): Your training coordinator will reach you to check if you're having issues with logging online.
  • Last day of the workshop: Your training coordinator will ask you to share your feedback for the training.
  • 1 working day from the last day of the workshop: Your training coordinator will reach out to you with the next steps, like how to download your certificate(s) and how to avail the post-training helpline (as applicable).

*Note: You can choose to attend any number of batches for 6 months from the date of registering.

Q. Does GreyCampus guarantee 100% money back?
A: Without BootCamp: Training sessions without BootCamps are governed by a 3-day trial policy. In the unlikely case of being dissatisfied with the course content, a delegate must reach out to the support team at within 3 days from the date of purchase. After verification, the entire amount will be credited in the original payment mode.
The refund policy mentioned above will stand void and thus unenforceable in case a delegate is found to be involved in any of the following scenarios:
  • Accessing more than 30% of the content available
  • Downloading eBook or any offline material
  • Attempting one or more mock tests
  • Using exam vouchers
BootCamp: BootCamp training refunds are subject to the 1st day of 1st training class refund policy. Upon finding the training unsatisfactory, the delegate must inform GreyCampus within 24 hours from the time when the first session began. All such communications should be directed to the support team reachable at In such cases, the delegate will be refunded the entire amount paid in the original mode of payment.
The guarantee is valid for participants who have paid the entire enrollment fee.
Q: Where can I find more information on CAPM?

A: You can check out the PMI official site at for information related to the CAPM credential. You can also check out the CAPM Handbook at this link for more information.

Q: What is the structure of the CAPM certification exam?

A:  The CAPM exam consists of 150 questions which should be answered within a span of 3 hours.

Q. When will participants get their CCR Certificates?

A: All  CCR E-Certificates will reach participants within 2 business days after the training.

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