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CompTIA Training

CompTIA Project+



    4 days in classroom or virtual


The CompTIA Project + examination is designed for business professionals involved with projects. This exam will certify that the successful candidate has important core knowledge of the project life cycle, roles and skills necessary to effectively initiate, plan, execute, monitor/control and close a project.

The examination is intended for candidates possessing at least 12 months of cumulative experience in leading, managing, directing and/or participating in small to medium scale projects.

CompTIA Project + examines the business, interpersonal and technical project management skills required to successfully manage projects and business initiatives. The skills and knowledge measured by this examination were derived from an industry-wide job task analysis and validated through an industry-wide survey. The results of this survey were used in weighing the domains and ensuring that the weighting is representative of the relative importance of the content.


     Expert Instructor lead training

     Accredited course material

     Study guide to assist with exam preparation

    (Exam PK0-003) Examination fees included*

    Pass for sure commitment*


The CompTIA Project + Consist of Training from all 5 required Domains

Domain 1.0 – Pre-Project Setup/Initiating

    Explain the requirements to complete pre-project setup

    Identify the characteristics of a project

    Summarize the steps required to validate a project

    Explain the components of a project charter

    Outline the process groups of the project lifecycle

    Explain the different types of organizational structures

Domain 2.0 – Project Planning

    Prepare a project scope document based on an approved project charter

    Use a Work Breakdown Structure and WBS dictionary to organize project planning

    Outline a process for managing changes to the project

    Develop a project schedule based on WBS, project scope and resource requirements

    Given a desired deliverable, apply the appropriate tool and/or method to produce the appropriate outcome

    Given a scenario, interpret the results of using the following tools and/or methods

    Identify components of an internal / external communication plan

    Outline the components of a risk management plan

    Identify roles and resource requirements based on WBS and resource availability

    Identify components of a quality management plan

    Identify the components of a cost management plan

    Explain the procurement process in a given situation

    Explain the purpose and common components of a transition plan

Domain 3.0 – Project Execution and Delivery

    Coordinate human resources to maximize performance

    Explain the importance of a project kick-off meeting and outline the common activities performed during this meeting

    Recognize the purpose and influence of organizational governance on projects execution

    Given a scenario, select which components of a project plan is affected and select what actions should be taken

Domain 4.0 – Change Control and Communication

    Given a scenario, implement proper change management procedures

    Evaluate the impact of potential changes to the triple constraint

    Using the risk management plan, determine an appropriate response to potential risk/ opportunity events

    Given a scenario, execute appropriate resource leveling techniques

    Explain the appropriate steps to ensure quality of project deliverables

    Identify potential tools to use when a project deliverable is out of specification as defined in the quality baseline

    Given a scenario, calculate and interpret the results of Earned Value Management (EVM)

    Given a scenario, management and implement information distribution based on communications plans

    Recognize the special communication needs of remote and/or indirect project team members

Domain 5.0 – Project Closure

    Explain the importance and benefits of formal project closure

    Identify circumstances in which project/phase closure might occur and identify steps to take when closure occurs

    Identify the components and purpose of closing documentation


    Help desk staff

    Project managers

    Project coordinators

    Project administrators

    IT security professionals

    Networking technicians

    Desktop support technicians

    Storage technicians

    Students looking to gain a better understanding of networks

    Managers with IT


    There are no specific prerequisites

    Basic understanding of projects and project management

    12 months or more of cumulative experience in leading, managing, directing and/or participating in small to medium scale projects is preferred


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