The event covers the processes, components and techniques included in the PRINCE2 Project Management Method. The course prepares delegates for the Association of Project Management Group (APMG) Practitioner exam (included in the course).
This is an examination-based course, which gives delegates accreditation at PRINCE2 Practitioner level. The course assumes that the delegate already has a Foundation level pass in the PRINCE2 project management methodology and will build on their knowledge of the structure and content of PRINCE2 and tunes this knowledge into an understanding of the practical application of the method. Time will be given to assessing risks within the project, planning techniques and how to ensure a quality approach runs throughout the project.
To understand the PRINCE2 project management method
To discuss the implications of using and/or implementing PRINCE2
To answer any questions about PRINCE2
To pass the Practitioner Exam
Practical Application of PRINCE2
Applying quality management techniques throughout the project lifecycle
Developing an approach to risk management
Product based planning examples and exercises
Review of key exam topics
Guide on how to structure answers
Mock exams with answers marked by the trainer, and the provision of one to one feedback for each delegate
The Practitioner examination is based around a scenario, with 3 questions addressing how PRINCE2 can be applied to the scenario. Each of the 3 questions is worth 50 marks and an overall score of 75 out of a possible 150 marks is required to pass. You will have three hours in which to answer the questions, with 10 minutes reading time at the start of the examination to become familiar with the scenario. It is an open-book examination so manual and notes can be used.