The PRINCE2® Practitioner Exam is aiming to measure whether a candidate would be able to apply PRINCE2® to the running and managing of a project within an environment supporting PRINCE2®. To this end they need to exhibit the competence required for the PRINCE2® Foundation qualification, and show that they can apply and tune PRINCE2® to address the needs and problems of a specific project scenario.
In the PRINCE2® Practitioner exam candidates must be able to…
- Produce detailed explanations of all processes, components and techniques, and worked examples of all PRINCE2® products as they might be applied to address the particular circumstances of a given project scenario.
- Show they understand the relationships between processes, components, techniques and PRINCE2® products and can apply this understanding.
- Demonstrate that they understand the reasons behind the processes, components and techniques of PRINCE2®, and that they understand the principles underpinning these elements.
- Demonstrate their ability to tune PRINCE2® to different project circumstances.
- Emphasis on business rationalization
- Helps in significant organization
- Methodology adapted on the basis of the end product
- ITIL Intermediate SOA Practice Tests and interactive training sessions with case studies
- Prince 2 Foundation Exam.
- Project Management Professional (PMP)
- Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)
- Manageable and well-disciplined stages
Who Should Attend?
- Project Managers
- General Managers
- Program Managers
- Team Managers and support staff
- Staff who will have a defined role
- Project Management Consultants
- Introduction Benefits of using PRINCE2®
- Why projects fail
- Project Lifecycle
- Process Model
Overview of the 7 PRINCE2® processes and how they are used throughout the lifecycle of the project:
- Starting Up a Project – define the project; create business case; identify customer’s quality expectations.
- Directing a Project – authorize the project and stage plans; decide how to deal with issues
- Initiating a Project – identify the products that will be produced; plan the project; set up controlsand files
- Controlling a Stage – activities performed by the project manager on a day to day basis tomanage a stage
- Managing Product Delivery – products are developed and quality is reviewed
- Managing Stage Boundaries – create all stage and exception plans
- Closing a Project – formal customer sign off; capture outstanding issues for future reference