By the end of the course delegates will be able to:
-Understand the need for project management
-Understand how PRINCE2™ meets that requirement
-Apply the PRINCE2™ processes
-Prepare project plans with product based techniques
-Undertake risk analysis and management
-Prepare a Project Initiation Document
-Understand and apply techniques for the management of product development, quality control and change control
Who should attend ?
The event is recommended for practicing project managers who are responsible for managing projects using PRINCE2™, or considering using PRINCE2™ for their next project. Previous experience of PRINCE2™ is not necessary.
The five day Event is accredited by the APMG and presented by an APM Group Accredited Training Providers for PRINCE2™
There are no prerequisites other than a basic awareness of project work in the delegates own business environment
A pack including a manual, CD, CD instructions and advice on where to focus is sent out prior to the course and it is recommended that 10-15 hours work is done before the course.
The examinations consist of the Foundation examination, a 1-hour multiple-choice paper, and the 3-hour Practitioner examination which consists of 3 questions based on a case study.
The Foundation exam has a 100% pass rate and the Practitioner pass rate is 90%+. A re-sit package for the Practitioner exam is offered at a discount and anyone planning to resit with this training provider will be given detailed feedback from the Lead Trainer and additional pre course preparation study. Re-sits have a 100% pass rate.
Delegates who pass the Practitioner examination are awarded the qualification of "Registered PRINCE2™ Practitioner". The certificate is an internationally recognized qualification in PRINCE2™.
Attendees will learn a structured approach to project management and successful delegates will receive an internationally recognized certificate from APMG which will increase their employability
PRINCE2™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce