Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) – Parts I, II & III

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Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) – Parts I, II & III

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The only globally accepted certification for internal auditors and remains the standard by which professionals demonstrate their competency and professionalism in the internal auditing field. Candidates leave the program enriched with educational experience, information, and business tools that can be applied immediately in any organization or business environment. 

  • Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®) is the optimum way to communicate knowledge, skills, and competencies to effectively carry out professional responsibilities for any audit, anywhere.
  • Adding the CIA credential to your resume, LinkedIn profile, and business card will help you stand out and demonstrate you are a true expert who understands and can apply the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing.
  • As a CIA holder, you are stronger, more competent professional who is knowledgeable in organizational governance.
  • Makes you more committed to the profession of internal auditing and equipped for career-advancing opportunities.
  • Auditors
  • Bankers
  • Accountants

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  1. To prepare for the CIA in the most efficient way
  2. To learn about the tips of passing the exam
  3. To manage time in order to cove the material
  4. To prepare practically for the exam

Topics:

125 questions | 2.5 Hours (150 minutes)

The CIA exam Part 1 topics tested include:

  • Aspects of mandatory guidance from the IPPF;
  • Internal control and risk concepts;
  • As well as tools and techniques for conducting internal audit engagements.

100 questions | 2.0 Hours (120 minutes)

The CIA exam Part 2 topics tested include:

  • Managing the internal audit function via the strategic and operational role of internal audit and establishing a risk-based plan;
  • The steps to manage individual engagements (planning, supervision, communicating results, and monitoring outcomes);
  • As well as fraud risks and controls.

100 questions | 2.0 Hours (120 minutes)

The CIA exam Part 3 topics tested include:

  • Governance and business ethics;
  • Risk management;
  • Organizational structure, including business processes and risks;
  • Communication;
  • Management and leadership principles; information technology and business continuity; financial management;
  • And the global business environment.

Prerequisites

  1. Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from an accredited university or college.
  2. A CIA candidate must obtain a minimum of 24 months of internal auditing experience or its equivalent.
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Advocacy and Lobbying (A&L)

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Advocacy and Lobbying (A&L)

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Following an overview of the New Tactics 5 Steps to Strategic Effectiveness Method, the information in the toolkit is divided into the following sections:
1 – Identify the Problem
2 – Create a Vision
3 – Map the Terrain
4 – Explore Tactics
5 – Take Action

  • Identify A&L concepts and tools.
  • Learn about the advocacy and lobbying process in an organization
  • Career growth and better job opportunities.
  1. Humanitarian NGOs and CBOs
  2. Individuals working in human rights

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  • Understand RBM in n a changing development context
  • Understand relevant methodologies and tools for results-based planning, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Learn how develop a results framework and design and use indicators

Topics:

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Trainer Bader Al Hudhud

Bader Al Hudhud is a certified trainer in Advocacy and Lobbying with over 12 years of experience. He produced the Social Entrepreneurship Training Manual, and is active in Leadership and civic engagement. He is also a certified trainer in PTS (Life and Employability skills), Adult education and Advocacy training. Al Hudhud is talented in delivering youth engagement training; he trained more than 1500 youth from different universities and marginalized areas locally and in the region. Mr. Al Hudhud effectively contributed in establishing Partners for Sustainable Development organization in 2009, where, as the Program Director, he is leading the PSD community learning and development centers (CLDCs) and working on several initiatives related to education and ICT, youth development, Women’s Economic development, after-school programs and community development initiatives. Mr. Al Hudhud also coordinates a microcredit project for women in South Hebron where he leads the creation of a women’s business network that links businesses in the southern and northern West Bank to each other. Al Hudhud is experienced in designing creative ideas for community development and has developed proposals for various issue areas, including economic, social and educational programs targeting children, youth and women. Mr. Al Hudhud is the author of “Positive Extracts in Youth Rising” book. Mr. Al Hudhud holds BA in Information and Communication Technology- minor Management from the Arab American University in Jenin (AAUJ).

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Results-Based Management (RBM)

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Results-Based Management (RBM)

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Results-Based Management (RBM) is currently the standard framework utilized by the majority of local and international organizations. RBM methodologies and tools are used for project planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning in order to track progress and capture impact.

This training will develop knowledge of the RBM approach and understand its methodologies and tools. In addition, you will have the opportunity to practice the learning using practical examples.

  • Identify RBM concepts and tools.
  • Learn about the monitoring and evaluation process in an organization
  • Career growth and better job opportunities.
  • Project/ program coordinators/ managers,
  • M&E officers responsible for project/ program implementation and improve M&E practices at their organizations.

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  • Understand RBM in n a changing development context
  • Understand relevant methodologies and tools for results-based planning, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Learn how develop a results framework and design and use indicators

Topics:

  • RBM in changing contexts
  • The project/ program cycle
  • Development of project/ intervention objectives
  • Logical framework/ Theory of change (ToC)
  • Developing indicators
  • Work plans
  • Project monitoring approaches tools and methods
  • Planning for project monitoring
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Monitoring as a management tool
  • Project evaluation approaches, tools, and methods
  • Incorporating evaluation in project design
  • Developing evaluation plans
  • Results-based reporting (preparation – implementation)
  • Good practices in reporting
  • How to use the information for decision- making/ policy and advocacy activities/ exist, scaling up

Prerequisite(s)

Interested participants must complete a survey to identify their needs and expectations prior to the training. In addition, a pre and post surveys will be designed to assess the knowledge of participants before and after the training.

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Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Part I

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Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Part I

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Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Part I addresses financial reporting, planning, performance and control. The job market of certified management accountants is always thriving because they are sought after professionals. CMA develops strategic thinking, and the ability to convert data into dialogue. Becoming a CMA certified will pave the way to seeking executive level positions.

  • Focused on the critical skills you use in business.
  • Respected Leading employers seek to hire and promote CMAs.
  • Valued CMAs earn higher compensation than noncertified professionals.
  • Convenient CMA Exams are offered electronically in hundreds of locations worldwide.
  • Candidates preparing for the CMA examination
  • Finance and accounting professionals seeking to explore various career opportunities
  • Accounting staff members preparing financial reports
  • Fresh graduates with an interest in financial planning, analysis, and control
  • Vice- Presidents VPs

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  1. To manage and analyze financial data to serve the decision-making process
  2. To utilize financial data for business appraisal
  3. To assess investments and valuate businesses
  4. To build up cost structures  

Topics:

  • Financial statements
  • Recognition, measurement, valuation, and disclosure
  • Strategic planning
  • Budgeting concepts
  • Forecasting techniques
  • Budgeting methodologies
  • Annual profit plan and supporting schedules
  • Top-level planning and analysis
  • Cost and variance measures
  • Responsibility centers and reporting segments
  • Performance measures
  • Measurement concepts
  • Costing systems
  • Overhead costs
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Business process improvement
  • Governance, risk, and compliance
  • Internal auditing
  • Systems controls and security measures
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Certified International Professional Trainer – CIPT-TOT

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Certified International Professional Trainer - CIPT

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This training program is intended to equip the prospective trainer with the essential understanding of the conceptual background of the process of training in general and Training of Trainers (ToT) in particular. The training addresses the various phases of the training cycle starting with the needs assessment and ending with post evaluation.

  • How to write objectives and measure them
  • Increases productivity and output through improved skills and functionality
  • Develop an effective training style, using appropriate training techniques and methods
  • Improve the trainer’s performance
  • Increases financial income
  • New trainers or individuals who seek to develop their role as a trainer
  • Trainers who would like to polish their information about training
  • HR managers and other managers involved in training
  • Professionals interested in spreading their message to the public

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  1. Understand the training cycle
  2. Understand the diverse learning styles
  3. Plan for a training course
  4. Utilize proper resources for training content
  5. Recognize the training styles to plan for diversified training sessions
  6. Design training activities as means to transfer knowledge

Topics:

  • The assumption underlying major learning theories
  • Some of the preferred ways people learn
  • How adults learn differently from children
  • What motivates people to learn
  • How to use theories and models in training and development
  • Maximize the learning outcome of participants at training courses
  • Discuss how adults learn and how to enrich their learning environment
  • The meaning of systems, performance, needs, assessment, and training
  • The relationships between performance and training needs assessment
  • Basic steps in conducting a needs assessment.
  • Identify techniques for gathering data
  • Describe methods for conducting observations
  • Demonstrate methods for conducting interviews
  • Choose appropriate methods for conducting surveys
  • Explain instrument development and validation
  • Describe techniques of test construction
  • Plan approaches to creating experimental research designs
  • Describe ways to use objectives to improve learning
  • Write measurable learning objectives
  • Classify learning objectives
  • Appreciate the importance of communicating expectations to students
  • Differences between program development and instructional design
  • Specific approaches and issues
  • Key steps in the instructional design process
  • Ways of accommodating adult learners
  • Theories and concepts of active learning
  • Describe two major motivational theories and the implications of these theories for training. 
  • Advantages and disadvantages of the most common training methods
  • Demonstrate several different training methods designed to familiarize attendees with the Decision-Making Process
  • Explain how adult learning principles can be drivers for mediated instruction
  • Discuss the role of books and journals and manuals in mediated instruction of all types
  • Develop strategies for delivering mediated instruction
  • Suggest ways that mediated instruction outcomes can be evaluated
  • Define Distance Learning
  • Describe a variety of technologies that can support synchronous distance learning
  • Depict situations where distance learning is the method of choice
  • Apply the Kirkpatrick Model to their training programs
  • Explain the four levels of evaluation
  • Describe the measurement tools & benefits of evaluation at each level of Kirkpatrick
  • Determine appropriate evaluation methods for their training programs
  • Using the Kirkpatrick model, determine how to measure learning including using tests, demonstrations, questions and answers, group work, reflection, etc.

Testimonial :

I participated In the CIPT training with Ritaj and I found the training to be comprehensive and detailed, It was directed at my level as an experienced trainer. The trainer, Nisreen, was excellent and could answer all questions asked and delivered the course in an interesting format. I do appreciate the amount of details covered and I feel more confident on how I can apply everything to real life situations and my job. The course coordination was very flexible and I felt like it was a partnership relation rather than a client – service provider relation. I am looking forward for more capacity building investment opportunities with RITAJ, either for myself or for my colleagues in Right To Play organization.
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Samer Jouba - Training Officer
Right To Play​
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Certified Marketing Professional – CMP

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Certified Marketing Professional - CMP

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Being a top marketer means continually enhancing your skills as well as highlighting your accomplishments. While working in highly competing markets, a marketer needs proven marketing methods and approaches. The CMP program gives you a tangible; convenient way to do both in a way that meets strict professional certification criteria and standards for excellence in marketing. Participants will learn about the theoretical concepts correlating with a marketing strategy, and the marketing planning process, and how it is implemented on different market projects.

  • Added value to compete in the job market
  • Be exposed to the techniques used for a job, a startup or oneself
  • Enhances smart communication skills and techniques
  • Marketing managers
  • Sales officers
  • Professors of marketing studies
  • Marketing graduates
  • Marketers

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  1. Understanding the key components and aspects of a value-based marketing strategy
  2. Learning how to build successful brand equity, and how it is essential to create value for shareholders
  3. Conduct audits for marketing operations, and analysis to examine the micro and macro environments better
  4. Combine best practices, tools to implement an effective marketing and sales management system
  5. Develop new strategies to build and sustain a competitive market advantage.

Topics:

  • Introduction of the workshop program and the participants
  • The Essence of Marketing
  • Group Discussion: Shifts in Marketing
  • Marketing Planning Fundamentals
  • Strategic Planning Tools
  • Group Discussion: What Good is a Mission Statement?
  • Marketing Planning: Business Unit/Project-Level Perspective
  • Consumer Buyer Behavior
  • Organizational Buyer Behavior
  • Discussion: Who Should You Target with New Products?
  • Customer Service
  • High Tech Marketing
  • Market Research and Market Intelligence
  • Discussion: Is Mass Marketing Dead?
  • Product Strategy
  • Integrated Marketing Communication
  • Should National Brand Manufacturers also Supply Private Brands?
  • Retailing, Wholesaling, Logistics
  • Direct Marketing
  • Managing Complex Hybrid Channels
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Discussion: Are Great Salespeople Born or Made?
  • Key Account Management
  • Discussion: Differences B2C/B2B Marketing
  • Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning
  • Discussion: Is Marketing an Art or Science?
  • Global Marketing
  • Implementing Market-Driven Strategy
  • Four Ps and 7 Ps
  • Discussion: Is Marketing an Art or Science?
  • Global Marketing
  • Implementing Market-Driven Strategy
  • Course Summary
  • Question and Answer Session
  • Final examination
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Certified Human Resource Management Professional – CHRMP

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Certified Human Resource Management Professional – CHRMP

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This program provides professionals with very competitive advantages in the world of HR; as they receive extensive training and gain an in-depth knowledge in this field. This training course gives the participant the boost to widen their professional skills and expertise. The preparation course provides human resource professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the six functional areas of human resource management as defined by the profession as well as increased understanding of management issues and risks. 

  • Advncaes one’s career opportunities
  • Offers theoretical and practical knowledge
  • Equip with the necessary skills and qualities required to contribute in his/her organization’s business goals and success.
  • Helps in developing problem-solving strategies and critical thinking.
  • Sharpens one’s strategy, planning skills, and helps him/her to become savvy in their field of expertise.
  • Gives insights on tools and techniques to support HR management
  • Professionals with experience in HR.
  • New HR staff
  • HR specialists
  • People who want to change their careers to HR
  • Business managers

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  1. Define the characteristics of effective HR management
  2. Define the main uses and applications of competencies in Human Resources
  3. Understand the importance of a competency-based training & development approach
  4. Explain the role of HR in performance management
  5. Define recruitment and selection and its importance in reducing staff turnover
  6. Develop an action plan to transfer the new skills to the workplace.

Topics:

I. MANAGEMENT PRACTICES A.
  • HR Roles: Advisory/Counselor/Consultant/Service Control
  • Change Agent Role/Reengineering and Facilitating, both content & process
  • HR’s Role in Strategic Planning
  • HR Generalist and HR Specialist Roles
  • Effects of Different Organizational Contexts and Industries on HR functions
  • HR Policies and Procedures
  • Integration and Coordination of HR Functions
  • Outsourcing the HR Functions
  • Environmental Scanning
  • Internal Scanning
  • Human Resources Inventory
  • Human Resource Information Systems
  • Action Plans and Programs
  • Evaluation of Human Resource Planning
  • Organizational Structures
  • Organizational Development
  • Diagnosis and Intervention Strategies: Action Research, Sensing, Team Building, Goal Setting
  • Survey Feedback, Strategic Planning, Visioning, Sensitivity Training (T-groups)
  • Role of Organizational Culture in Organizational Development
  • Role of International Culture in Organizational Development
  • Organizational Development in Response to Technological Change
  • HR Budgeting Process
  • HR Control Process
  • Evaluating HR Effectiveness
  • Motivation Theories
  • Applying Motivation Theory in Management
  • Leadership Theories
  • Effect of Leadership in Organizations
  • Leadership Training
  • Performance Planning: Identifying Goals/Desired Behaviors
  • Setting and Communicating Performance Standards
  • Measuring Results and Providing Feedback
  • Implementing Performance Improvement Strategies
  • Evaluating Results
  • Work Teams
  • Job Design and Redesign
  • Employee Ownership/ESOPs
  • Employee Suggestion System
  • Participative Management
  • Alternative Work Schedules
  • Role of HR in Employee Involvement Programs
  • Research Design and Methodology
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Qualitative Research
  • J. International HR Management
  • Cultural Differences
  • Legal Aspects of International HR
  • Expatriation and Repatriation
  • Issues of Multinational Corporations
  • Compensation and Benefits for Foreign Nationals and Expatriates
  • The Role of HR in International Business
  • Ethical Issues
  • Establishing Ethical Behavior in the Organization
II. GENERAL EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES
  • Definitions, Requirements, Proscribed Practices
  • Methods of Job Analysis
  • Types of Data Gathered in a Job Analysis
  • Uses of Job Analysis
  • Job Descriptions
  • Job/Position Specifications
  • Validity & Reliability of Job Analysis, Job Description, & Job Specification
  • Employment-At-Will Doctrine
  • Exceptions to Employment-At-Will
  • Common Law Tort Theories
  • Job-As-Property Doctrine
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Performance Measurement- The Criterion
  • Criterion Problems
  • Documenting Employee Performance
  • Category Rating Appraisal Methods
  • Comparative Appraisal Methods
  • Narrative Appraisal Methods
  • Special Appraisal Methods: MBO, BARS, BOS
  • Types of Appraisals
  • Rating Errors
  • Appraisal Interview
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Professional Translation Certification – PTC

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Professional Translation Certification – PTC

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Professional Translation Certification (PTC) is a hands-on tailor-made programme to set fresh translators and potential professional translation seekers apart from the crowd and bring them eye to eye with the nuts and bolts of the translation industry. PTC showcases to current and potential employers and clients that you have a solid foundation of knowledge and know-how to wield a positive impact on bottom-line results and ensure professional target texts.

– An eye-opener, hands-on market-oriented translation course
– A step to prepare for the Palestinian Ministry of Justice Translation Certification Examination
– An opportunity to benefit from the experience of a team of 4 trainers
– A chance to meet professional guest speakers and engage them with industry insights
– A direction on how to approach job opportunities or freelance gigs locally and internationally

PTC is a guaranteed added value, but not limited to:
– Motivated newbie translators
– Translation graduates
– Freelance translators
– English Language or Literature graduates
– Interested English language teachers
– Translation enthusiasts
– Arabic Language graduates with fluent command of English

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:

1. Identify research resources
2. Utilize technology tools to generate translated text
3. Translate more accurately and less literally
4. Critically proofread a translated text
5. Analytically defend one’s own translation
6. Translate from and into legalese

Topics:

  • Introduction of trainers and guest speakers
  • Methodology
  • Outline
  • House rules
  • Kick-off assignment
  • Research resources for translators
  • Online search techniques for translators
  • Hands-on dictionary use techniques for translators
  • Expert advice
  • Common paralinguistic mistakes
  • 10 MS suite tips for translators
  • Writing skills: simplicity, clarity and elegance
  • Common errors and pet peeves
  • Approaching a text
  • Translation techniques
  • Translation strategies
  • Target text proofreading
  • Pre-submission checklist
  • Terminology building techniques
  • Media translation
  • Political translation
  • Business translation
  • Literary translation
  • Introduction
  • Legalese
  • Legal Drafting
  • Legal jargon
  • How to become a MoJ certified translator
  • What to brand?
  • Where to brand?
  • How to locate and land jobs on local, regional and international markets
  • 3-hour final assessment test

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

PTC is tailor-made to meet the needs of the labor market in the field of translation, it serves both experienced and inexperienced translators to elevate the translation skills. Accordingly, the prime focus of PTC is on professionalism. Safe to say that PTC is not a level-based but a competency-based training, it starts with boosting your research and analytical reading skills, utilizing your technological devices, building your terminology, and reaches to approaching translation as a process, the types of translation and the techniques of avoiding literal translation. PTC provides you with the appropriate reading plan that goes hand in hand with the topics discussed throughout the training course to foster your knowledge.

Bearing in mind that the translator usually gets in touch with a variety of documents, especially in case he/she works at the Palestinian labor market; the chances of getting a job opportunity as a specialized translator in one only field is little to none compared with the capacity of the market. Therefore, PTC gives the prime focus on the process, approaches, and stages of translation among a variety of topics. To list some: we focus on legal, commercial and social translation, so the first stage before getting to be specialized, and in introducing you to the steps upon which the translator gets to improve his/her skills in the desired topic.

Yes! The certificate is approved by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education. The goal of this training is to enable you to enter the labor market, and to that end, we at Ritaj offer our trainees two job opportunities if proved to have excellent performance throughout the training course.

Yes! PTC has a specified section that handles preparing and studying for the Palestinian Ministry of Justice Translation Certification Examination.

Yes, you are examined twice, once prior to the course, and once after.

No, you can only take the course by attending the sessions at Ritaj’s premises.

Yes, it is a requirement to have a BA degree in language, education, or in another related field.

Yes! The first job opportunity you will be met with is at Ritaj in the Department of Languages and Translation.

The trainers are professional and experienced translators and practitioners.

The minimum requirements needed to succeed in this training:

English proficiency
80%
Very good command of Arabic and English
85%
Strong professional development motivation
80%
Basic computer and MS skills
80%
Self-Commitment
90%
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Project Management Professional – PMP

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Project Management Professional - PMP

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Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is an essential certificate of excellence and progress in the world of project management. Project managers’ number one goal is to lead and manage their projects to achieve results. Therefore, the PMP provides a wealth of information on project management, as well as the methods and tools of a successful project through trainers who have the expertise and competence to present it in a distinguished and professional manner. The PMP indicates that the holder of this credential can speak and understand the language of project management, and connects him/her to a wide range of professionals, organizations and experts all over the world.

  • Improves one’s skills, project management knowledge, and marketability.
  • Career growth and better job opportunities.
  • Make successful projects locally and internationally.
  • Widen one’s professional networks.

 

  • Project managers who wish to work in international companies
  • People who wish to study the (PMP) course to prepare for the (PMI) test
  • Project directors
  • CEOs
  • General Managers
  • Information Technology graduates

Objectives:

  • Understand project design
  • Improve knowledge on project cycle management
  • Focus on exam preparation techniques
  • Review the topics covered on the exam
  • Discuss international and local case studies

Topics:

  • Project Management Context
  • Project Management Framework
  • Project Management Processes introduction
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • Review Definitions
  • Integration Introduction & Processes
  • Project Planning, execution, and control
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • Review Definitions
  • Scope Introduction & Processes
  • Develop a WBS – exercise
  • Develop Change Management
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • Scope EXAM
  • Time Introduction & Processes
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • Time EXAM
  • Cost Introduction & Processes
  • Earned Value Analysis
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • Cost EXAM
  • Quality Theories & Processes
  • Cost of quality, conformance
  • Quality Tools
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • Quality EXAM
  • HR processes
  • Organization Planning, Staff Acquisition, Team Development
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • HR EXAM
  • Communications Introduction
  • Communication Processes Communication Planning, Information Distribution,
  • Performance Reporting, and Administrative Closure
  • Communications Plan
  • Communication Styles & Methods of Communication
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • Communication EXAM
  • Risk Introduction & Processes
  • Risk Response Categories
  • Contingency Planning
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • Risk EXAM
  • Procurement Introduction & Processes
  • Procurement Planning, Solicitation Planning, Solicitation, Source Selection
  • Contract Administration, Contract Closeout
  • Risk and Contract Types
  • Contract Change Control System
  • Class Exercise (individual or group)
  • Procurement EXAM
  • Responsibility to Profession
  • Responsibility to Public
  • Professional Responsibilities EXAM
  • Description of test environment
  • Exam strategies & tips & tricks
  • One-on-one score Review
  • Review selected questions

Testimonials :

“We would like to thank Bahjat for the excellent PMP training provided. The classes were inspiring and insightful. The trainer delivered the comprehensive knowledge of PMBOK in an understandable manner and illustrated the content with practical examples from his own extensive work experience in organizations from the private and non-governmental sector and in different PM knowledge areas. The trainer gave room for discussion and questions during the class, which made the classes both effective in terms of preparing for the exam and enjoyable at the same time. Taking the course at Ritaj with Bahjat was a definite gain for our professional development. The communication with Ritaj regarding the course was smooth and helpful. Ritaj provided an individual PMP training package tailored to our needs (English as language of instruction, and a flexible schedule to accommodate other commitments). Therefore, we would like to thank Ritaj for offering this unique learning opportunity to us.”
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Richard Gutmann
Organizational Development Advisor
GIZ
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Astrid Leonhardt
Development Advisor
GIZ
My visit to Sinokrot Global Group gave me a chance to link the concepts within the PMP training with the outside world, it also gave me a valued practical experience. It was radiant, educational, and entertaining experience, the field visit was a success. After the trip I realized that everything I've learned in ritaj till now was very useful, I will never forget this experience (and I don't think I can) because honestly it changed me for the better. Thank you so much Ritaj.
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Sarah Al-Khateeb
PMP Participant
Self-approval comes out of self-acceptance, which rises out of the recognition that we are, in fact, enough, just as we are. With that recognition, we can free ourselves from fear; we no longer need to look outside for a validation that, on the inside is self-evident. We come into our power, our full humanity, in the recognition that our essential nature is all we need to be fully us.
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Victoria Dabdoub
PMP Participant
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