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PRINCE 2 Foundation

Duration: 4 days
Course Code: AGLP2F
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The foundation course will give delegates a sound understanding of the PRINCE2 project management methodology. They will also become familiar with the processes, components and techniques that comprise the method.
 
The course fee includes pre-course reading, Prince2 manual, registration and Foundation examination (Taken on Day 4)

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  Venue  Date  Price  Availability
Arrow -, Southampton 23 October 2006 £875
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Full
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The course will benefit those with project support or project assurance roles, team managers and team members aspiring to a more senior role. It is also suitable for those wishing to gain formal qualifications after a couple of years of project management experience
PRE-REQUISITES

Delegates should have some familiarity with projects and ideally Project Management tools and techniques
 
COURSE TOPICS

INTRODUCING PRINCE2
Causes of Success and Failure of Projects
Overview of PRINCE2 Methodology
Benefits for Managers, Users and Project Managers

KEY CONCEPTS
Project Life Cycles
PRINCE2 Manual and Terminology
Processes and Management Products
 
ORGANISATION
Need for Project Environment
Organisation Structure
Roles and Responsibilities
 
STARTING UP A PROJECT
Pre-project Elements
 
INITIATING A PROJECT
Baseline Documentation
 
QUALITY
Relevance of Quality
Quality Plans
Quality Log
Purpose and Steps of Quality Review
Responsibility Levels
 
PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS PLANNING
Product Descriptions
Product Breakdown Structure
Product Flow Diagram
Hierarchy of Plans
 
CONTROLLED PROGRESS
Breaking a Project into Stages
Benefits of Stages
Controls in Mid-project
Tolerance

CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
Need for Configuration Management
Components of CM
Relationship to Type and Size of Project

CHANGE CONTROL
Endemic Nature of Change
Types of Change
PRINCE2 Approach to Change
 
RISK
Requirement for Risk Management
Risk Assessment
Responses to Risks
Risk Monitoring
 
PRODUCT DELIVERY
How Work Packages are Agreed, Undertaken and Delivered
Handling Serious Plan Deviations
Managing Stages
Handling Issues
 
CLOSING A PROJECT
Controls
Steps to be Taken
 
FOUNDATION EXAM
Preparation sessions during the course, prior to taking the exam on the final afternoon.
Some pre-course preparation work is required, along with some evening work during the course.


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