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The aim of is to create a virtual environment conducive to user friendly learning and acquiring of project management knowledge with minimum difficulty and stress. Knowledge acquisition is best when mind is free of anxiety and pressures.

To get maximum benefits to learn and enhance your conceptual framework of project management principles we suggest you follow the steps outlined below:


Start Up:
Test your current knowledge

Before beginning the training you may like to see where you currently stand in regard to your project management knowledge base. Take our PMKQ™ (PM Knowledge Quotient) test which comprises of 16 questions.

Step 1: e-Learning

We suggest you begin the course by first going through the e-Learning section which contains different project management concepts.

After going through each concept, you should then 'Test Your Understanding' of the concept by appearing in a set of multiple choice Q & A's given after each concept. Each question has 4 options with 1 right answer. You should be able to answer the questions correctly if you have grasped the concept properly. Please do revisit the concept until you are satisfied with your progress.
Note:- You must complete alteast 60% of the e-Learning section to be eligible to attempt the site Test.


Step 2:
ReInforcement of knowledge through Discrete Learning (RIDL) (Flash Cards)

This module contains over 500 statements divided based on the 8 project life cycle phases for CCPM. These project life cycle phases are; Conceptualize, Plan, Organize, Implement, Control, Integrate, Deliver & Closeout and Knowledge Leverage.

RIDL comprises of factual statements/questions along with the correct answers and extensively covers all the 8 phases of the project life cycle. This will help you to grasp the essence of PM and ensures that your understanding of all the phases is very strong. At the end of each RIDL sub section there is a Q & A's session to verify your understanding. In case you are not satisfied with the results, you can revisit RIDL as many times as you wish to revise again.
Note:- You must complete 100% of the 8 RIDL sub-sections in order to appear in site Mock Exam.

Step 3:
QUestion & Answer with REasoning (QUARE)

This section further challenges and validated your understanding by asking you to answer objective questions under QUARE.

If your answer is not right, will fully describe the reasons why your answer is not right. This eliminates your need to refer to various reference books and papers. In case you gave the right answer, you can still check why the other options would have been wrong. This gives you an excellent base to build up your foundation of PM concepts.

Step 4 :
Mock Exam

The site Mock Exam comprises of 30 objective questions covering all the 8 project life cycle phases. This gives you a good idea about your knowledge and competence. To access the Mock Exam you must first complete at least 60% of the e-learning including the QeLearnimng Q&As and 100% of the RIDL section including the RIDL Q&As. You get three attempts to clear the Mock Test.

Step 5:
Feedback Form.

The last step is to fill-up the Feedback Form.

The Feedback Form button will appear once you complete and pass the Mock Exam. The feedback form must be correctly filled up by you. Your name and your time usage as given in the feedback form will be reflected in the certificate issued by

In case your time limit is over the feedback form is also available in the login page.

CCPM content
The CCPM content has been divided into the following 8 Project Life Cycle phases: Conceptualize, Plan, Organize, Implement, Control, Integrate, Deliver & Closeout and lastly Knowledge Leverage which runs across all the Life Cycle phases.

Each phase is sub-divided into
33 Knowledge Domains and the knowledge domains are further broken up into 117 Concepts which form the basic building blocks of the learning programme. These Concepts cover key aspects of a project and provide persons with the knowledge and skills to:
  • Conceptualize understand the project’s need, the different stakeholder’s requirements from the project and developing the project’s business case (feasibility report).
  • Plan - define the total scope of work properly, plan the time, cost and scope, how to make networks, critical path analysis, learn how to make more accurate estimates, plan the project's quality and the communication requirements
  • Organize – organize how and who will do the work, external and internal interfaces, build effective teams, identify the roles and responsibilities of different team members.
  • Implement – execute the work, resolve all issues that come up, procure the required goods and services
  • Control – monitor and control the work to ensure it is progressing as planned, undertake quality control, take required corrective actions, manage all changes efficiently, motivate and empower the team, resolve conflicts and all issues, manage information and reports.
  • Integrate – coordinate and integrate all the work done to deliver the final outputs, ensure that it conforms to requirements
  • Deliver & Closeout – complete and handover the work, close-out the contracts if any
  • Knowledge leverage – review the project to learn lessons from the work done for future improvements.
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