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Course Schedule

  • 3 Days Course
    Project Management

    Classroom + Online

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    Course Details

    The PRINCE2 Foundation certification aims to confirm that you know and understand the PRINCE2 method well enough to be able to work effectively with, or as a member of, a project management team working within an environment supporting PRINCE2.

    Typically, classroom training for PRINCE2 2017 Foundation lasts two and a half days and the examination takes place at the end of the training (this will vary depending on the training provider). You can also self-study for the Foundation exam and you may also choose to take training in another format such as distance learning.

    Latest Version

    • 2017 update

     

    As an Accredited Unique Parter, we provide original course content and up-to-date information regarding guidelines and exam regulations. Learn more about our accreditation.

    The Foundation certification is also a prerequisite for the Practitioner certification.

    Objectives

    • Principles, processes, themes, techniques, and roles for successful project management.
    • Management products that are input and output of the processes.

    Outline

    Lesson 1: Overview of PRINCE2

    • Topic A: Introduction to PRINCE2 Foundation
    • Topic B: What is a Project?
    • Topic C: Principles, Themes, and Processes
    • Topic D: PRINCE2 Principles

     

    Lesson 2: Business Case Theme (BC)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Outputs, Outcomes, (Dis-)Benefits
    • Topic C: Business Case in the Project Lifecycle

     

    Lesson 3: Organization Theme (OR)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Management
    • Topic C: The Project Board
    • Topic D: The Project Manager
    • Topic E: Organization in the Project Lifecycle

     

    Lesson 4: Starting Up a Project (SU)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Process Overview

     

    Lesson 5: Directing a Project (DP)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Process Overview

     

    Lesson 6: Initiating a Project (IP)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Process Overview
    • Topic C: Communication Management Approach
    • Topic D: Project Initiation Documentation

     

    Lesson 7: Quality Theme (QU)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Quality Management
    • Topic C: Project Product Description

     

    Lesson 8: Plans Theme (PL)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Plan Types
    • Topic C: Stages
    • Topic D: Plans in the Project Lifecycle

     

    Lesson 9: Risk Theme (RK)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Risk Management Procedure

     

    Lesson 10: Progress Theme (PG)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Tolerances
    • Topic C: Plans in the Project Lifecycle

     

    Lesson 11: Controlling a Stage (CS)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Process Overview

     

    Lesson 12: Managing Product Delivery (MP)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Process Overview

     

    Lesson 13: Managing a Stage Boundary (SB)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Process Overview

     

    Lesson 14: Change Theme (CH)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Issues
    • Topic C: Change Control

     

    Lesson 15: Closing a Project (CP)

    • Topic A: Context
    • Topic B: Process Overview

     

    Lesson 16: Examination Preparation

    • Topic A: PRINCE2 Foundation Exam

    Target Audience

    • This certification is aimed at current and aspiring project managers or professionals who manage projects. It is also relevant to other key staff involved in the design, development and delivery of projects, including: Project Board members, Team Managers, Project Assurance, Project Support and operational line managers or staff.

    Prerequisites

    • Knowledge of project management concepts and some working experience with project management are required. Experience with a specific project management software tool is not required. Basic computing skills and some experience using Microsoft® Office is desirable.