Scoll make their training highly relevant and easy to apply using live case studies taken straight out of course delegates' experience. Syndicate group members gain practical skills by using the techniques to handle real issues and Scoll keep class sizes small to enable individual attention.
This course has been accredited by the APMG who are the examining body for PRINCE2 and responsible for all aspects of the provision of exams including setting, marking, feedback and appeals. SCOLL Methods, as an accredited training organisation, acts as their agent in providing administrative facilities.
1. PRINCE 2 Introduction
PRINCE and the Big Picture
8 components of planning
8 processes for managing projects
The project management team
The Project Board
The Project Manager
3. Starting up a Project
Purpose of a Project Brief
The essential Business Case
4. Initiating a Project
The scope of Project Initiation
Purpose of a PID
5. Quality Management
Understanding Customer expectations
Purpose of a Quality Plan
Participating in a Quality reviews
Why Product-Based Planning?
Understanding Product Based Plans
7. Controls and Stages
Project Board controls
Defining your level of authority
8. Risk Management
The importance of Risk Management
The sources and types of risk
9. Directing a Project
Responsibilities of a Project Board
Working as a Project Management Team
10. Managing a Project
Controlling a stage
Managing product delivery
Managing stage boundaries
11. Change Management
Why Change Control
12. Closing a Project
Benefits of a formal project sign-off
Why Post Project Reviews
13. Class Exercises
Review of PRINCE2 project documents
Sample Foundation Exam questions
Cou rse Fees
The course fees include lunch, refreshments, the PRINCE2 manual and all other course materials.
Course delegates are provided with copies of all the course visuals, and case study examples.
The PRINCE2 manual, which is provided as part of the delegate materials, along with a synopsis and reading guide, will be sent to as soon as your payment arrangements have been agreed.
Joining instructions for public courses are sent out two weeks before the start of the course or when the booking is confirmed whichever is later.
There are no pre-requisites for delegates to attend the course, but experience of working within a project is highly beneficial.
PRINCE2 is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce