Exam Number: PK0-004
The CompTIA Project+ examination is designed for business professionals who coordinate or manage small-to-medium-size projects.
The exam will certify that the successful candidate has knowledge and skills required to manage the project life cycle, ensure appropriate communication, manage resources and stakeholders, and maintain project documentation. This candidate will also have the ability to support the completion of larger projects.
The examination is intended for candidates who possess at least 12 months of cumulative project management experience.
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.
The CompTIA Project+ examination is designed for business professionals who need to assist in coordinating projects or manage small projects.
The exam will certify that the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills required to plan and manage a small-to-medium-size project through to successful completion.
The successful candidate will also have knowledge required to manage the project life cycle, ensure appropriate communication, manage resources and stakeholders, and maintain project documentation to support the completion of larger projects.
1.0 Project Basics
-Summarize the properties of a project.
-Classify project roles and responsibilities.
-Compare and contrast standard project phases.
-Identify the basics of project cost control.
-Identify common project team organizational structures.
-Given a scenario, execute and develop project schedules.
-Identify the basic aspects of the Agile methodology.
-Explain the importance of human resource, physical resource, and personnel management.
2.0 Project Constraints
-Given a scenario, predict the impact of various constraint variables and influences throughout the project.
-Explain the importance of risk strategies and activities.
3.0 Communication & Change Management
-Given a scenario, use the appropriate communication method.
-Compare and contrast factors influencing communication methods.
-Explain common communication triggers and determine the target audience and rationale.
-Given a scenario, use the following change control process within the context of a project.
-Recognize types of organizational change.
4.0 Project Tools & Documentation
-Compare and contrast various project management tools.
-Given a scenario, analyze project centric documentation.
-Identify common partner or vendor-centric documents and their purpose.