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PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner

PRINCE2

PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner

About Course: PRINCE2

PRINCE2 is world renowned certification in Project Management. This is one of the most demanded certification of Axelos. PRINCE2 is mostly accepted in Europe and common wealth countries. This is prescriptive project management framework with lots of room for customization. Customization depends upon industry, customer-supplier relationship, team size, roles & responsibilities, size and complexity of project etc.

Current PRINCE2 training and exam is based on PRINCE2: 2009 manual of Axelos. PRINCE2 Foundation and exam is 3 days workshop. PRINCE2 Practitioner and exam is 2 days workshop.

Why this Course

The PRINCE2® credential demonstrates excellence in the field by meeting standard requirements established by global practitioners. The prestigious PRINCE2® certification ensures your employer that you have the experience and knowledge in leading project teams to deliver project results within the constraints of schedule, budget and resources.

  • Your certification is respected across industries
  • Certified project managers earn more
  • Prospective employers seek certified professionals

Prerequisite of this course

There are no formal prerequisites for PRINCE2 Foundation course.  However, it is expected that delegates
possess some knowledge of projects or have experience of working in a project environment. This is to ensure that the intensive nature of the course does not cause delegates to struggle through the course.

To take admission in PRINCE2 Practitioner you must pass PRINCE2 Foundation course.  You are expected to have good knowledge of projects environment. This is to ensure that participants are able to analyze the scenario, relate to the subject and chose right option during the exam.

PRINCE2 Course Outline

  • Introduction to PRINCE2
    • Introduction to PRINCE2 Principles
    • Continued Business Justification
    • Learn from Experience
    • Defined Roles and Responsibilities
    • Manage by Stages
    • Manage by Exception
    • Focus on Products
    • Tailor to suit the project environment
  • Introduction to PRINCE2 Themes
    • Business Case Theme
    • Organization Theme
    • Quality Theme
    • Plans Theme
    • Risk Theme
    • Change Theme
    • Progress Theme
  • Introduction to PRINCE2 Processes
    • Starting Up a Project
    • Initiating a Project
    • Controlling a Stage
    • Managing Product Delivery
    • Managing a Stage Boundary
    • Closing a Project
    • Directing a Project

PRINCE2 Themes

  • Business Case Theme
    • Purpose
    • Business  Case Defined
    • The PRINCE2 Approach to the Business Case
    • Benefits Review Plan
    • Contents of a Business Case
  • Organization Theme
    • Purpose
    • Organization Defined
    • The PRINCE2 approach to Organization
    • The Project Management Team
    • Communication Management Strategy
    • Working with Stakeholders
  • Quality Theme
    • Purpose
    • Quality Defined
    • Quality Audit Trail (Quality Planning and Quality Control)
    • The PRINCE2 approach to Quality
    • Quality Assurance and Project Assurance
  • Plans Theme
    • Purpose
    • Plan Defined
    • Level of Plans and Types of Plans (Project, Stage, Team and Exception Plan)
    • The PRINCE2 approach to Plans
    • Product Based Planning
    • Steps in Planning
  • Risk Theme
    • Purpose
    • Risk Defined
    • The PRINCE2 approach to Risk
    • Risk Management Strategy
    • Risk Register
    • Risk Management Procedure (Identify, Assess, Plan, Implement and Communicate)
    • Risk Budget
  • Change Theme
    • Purpose
    • Change Defined
    • Issues Defined and Types of Issues
    • The PRINCE2 approach to Change
    • Configuration Management Strategy
    • Configuration Item Records and Product Status Account
    • Configuration Management Procedure
    • Issue and Change Control Procedure
    • Change Budget
  • Progress Theme
    • Purpose
    • Progress Defined
    • Tolerance Table
    • The PRINCE2 approach to Progress
    • Event Driven and Time Driven Controls
    • Raising Exceptions

PRINCE2 Processes

  • Starting up a Project
    • Purpose
    • Objective
    • Activities
    • Appoint the Executive and the Project Manager
    • Capture previous lessons
    • Design and appoint the project management team
    • Prepare outline Business Case
    • ‘Select the project approach and assemble the Project Brief
    • Plan the initiation stage
    • Directing a Project
    • Purpose
    • Objective
    • Activities
    • Authorize initiation
    • Authorize the project
    • Authorize a Stage or Exception Plan
    • Give ad hoc directions
    • Authorize project closure
  • Initiating  a Project
    • Purpose
    • Objective
    • Activities
    • Prepare Risk Management Strategy,
    • Prepare the Configuration Management Strategy,
    • Prepare the Quality Management Strategy,
    • Prepare the Communications Management Strategy,
    • Set up project controls,
    • Create the Project Plan,
    • Refine the Business Case,
    • Assemble the Project Initiation Documentation.
  • Controlling a Stage
    • Purpose
    • Objective
    • Activities
    • Authorize a Work Package
    • Review Work Package status
    • Receive completed Work Packages
    • Review the stage status’ and ‘report highlights
    • Capture and examine issues and risks
    • Escalate issues and risks
    • Take corrective action
  • Managing Product Delivery
    • Purpose
    • Objective
    • Activities
    • Accept a Work Package
    • Execute a Work Package
    • Deliver a Work Package
  • Managing a Stage Boundary
    • Purpose
    • Objective
    • Activities
    • Plan the Next Stage
    • Update the Project Plan
    • Update the Business Case
    • Report Stage End
    • Produce an Exception Plan
  • Closing a Project Process
    • Purpose
    • Objective
    • Activities
    • Prepare Planned Closure
    • Prepare Premature Closure
    • Handover Products
    • Evaluate the Project
    • Recommend Project Closure.

Tailoring PRINCE2 To the Project Environment

UNDERSTANDING THE PRACTITIONER EXAMINATION FORMAT

  • Tips and tricks for answering the Practitioner Questions
  • 2 Full Length Sample Case Studies with Rationale Answers

Daywise Classroom Course Outline

DAY 1

  • Introduction to Principles, Themes and
  • Processes
  • Business Case Theme
  • Organisation Theme
  • Starting Up a Project

DAY 2

  • Review of Day 1
  • Initiating a Project
  • Risk Theme
  • Quality Theme
  • Change Theme

DAY 3

  • Review of Day 2
  • Progress Theme
  • Controlling a Stage
  • Managing Product Delivery
  • Managing a Stage Boundary
  • Plans Theme
  • Closing a Project
  • Directing a Project – Review
  • Revision and exam

DAY 4

  • Understanding the practitioner examination format
  • Tips and tricks for answering the Practitioner Questions
  • Review of PRINCE2®
  • Practice questions under examination conditions
  • Review of answers

DAY 5

  • Practitioner examination only
  • The timetable and order of events may be varied by the trainer where they see an opportunity to give delegates a better learning experience.

Delivery Method

  • Concept Explanation with example of day to day life
  • Extensive Quizzes and Revision Everyday
  • Role Plays
  • Case Study
  • Group Exercises
  • Q&A Sessions

Course Takeaway

  • 40 PDU Certificate, which can be used by PMP, PgMP credential holders for certificate renewal.
  • The characteristics and context of a project and the benefits of adopting PRINCE2®
  • The purpose of the PRINCE2® roles, management products and themes
  • The PRINCE2® principles
  • The purpose, objectives and context of the PRINCE2® processes.
  • Learn to manage project from start to end using PRINCE2 framework

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