Get the Knowledge you Need to Prepare for Passing the CAPM® Exam

Duration: 3 Days | 24 Contact Hours | Code: CAPM


Get the knowledge you need to Prepare for Passing the CAPM® Exam

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) is an important globally recognized credential in the field of Project Management, administered by Project Management Institute (PMI®). Passing the exam and obtaining the CAPM credential will demonstrate your commitment to project management excellence. This intensive workshop uses accelerated learning to help you prepare you for the CAPM exam. You will learn the concepts and principles of project management and the knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques that will help you to be more effective in your work, and receive detailed test-taking tips and study strategies to help you to pass the CAPM exam. Materials in this class are based on the Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2017.

Program Outline


  • Course Structure and Objectives

Overview of Project Management

  • Project Management and Project Management Context
  • Project Management Processes
  • Roles and Responsibilities

Project Initiation

  • Business Needs and Opportunities
  • Project Selection Methods
  • Developing the Project Charter
  • Project Stakeholder Management

Project Plan Development

  • The Project Management Plan and Performance Measurement Baseline
  • Project Scope Planning
  • Preparing a Work Breakdown Structure
  • Developing the Schedule
  • Resources and Budgeting
  • Risk Management

Project Execution and Delivery

  • Managing Stakeholder Expectations

Project Monitoring and Control

  • Monitoring Project Performance
  • Integrated Change Control

Project Closeout

Who Should Participate

This course is perfect for team members, managers, project leaders, functional managers, and anyone who is directly involved with projects in almost every industry who wishes to achieve a better understanding of practical, formal project management methods and pass the CAPM exam.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this action-based workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Define a project, and explain the essential differences between projects and ongoing work

  • Identify all the people who have a stake in your project – the ‘stakeholders’

  • Create a detailed project management plan for a defined Case Study; including a Project Charter, Scope Statement, Work Breakdown Structure, Network Diagram, Cost Budget and Risk Management Plan

  • Explain how to Execute, Monitor and Control and Close the project work

  • Identify your strengths and weaknesses in each area of the CAPM syllabus, to help you to revise effectively and increase your chances of passing the CAPM exam


This course qualifies for 24 Contact Hours of formal project management education, satisfying the Project Management Institute (PMI) CAPM Exam requirement

Train with EPM and you’re in good company


Our trainers have many years of project management, leadership and training experience. All have used the processes, tools, techniques and good practices outlined in the Project Management Institute PMBOK® Guide and are able to relate this knowledge to the running of successful projects in industry.


Our group exercises and exam practice questions have been developed over many years following Instructional Design techniques. All materials are regularly updated based on participant feedback and current industry good practices.


Our workshops are conducted in a group environment where participants are encouraged to participate in individual and team activities to promote learning, build team morale and reinforce understanding of concepts.


Funding support for training courses. Terms and conditions apply.

Training Assistance Scheme: SBL & SBL Khas Scheme


The SBL & SBL Khas programme provided by HDRF, Malaysia supports the course and exam fees, capped at RM1,300 per day for Company-sponsored trainees from HRDF Registered Employers. Prior approvals must be obtained from HRDF.