PRINCE2® Foundation & Practitioner Training
Become PRINCE2® trained with an Official Licensed Affiliate.
PRINCE2® is internationally accepted as the leading “best practice”, process based project management approach in both the public and private sectors.
PRINCE2® stands for “PRojects IN a Controlled Environment” and the methodology can be applied regardless of project scale, type, organisation, geography or culture. By considering the key variables involved in any project (costs, timescales, quality, scope, risk and benefits), it allows the project manager to address the planning, delegation, monitoring and the control of the project using a framework of processes and themes.
Accredited PRINCE2® personnel are highly sought after and many organisations consider this to be a minimum requirement for anyone looking to contribute to projects. In addition to organisations benefitting from far better controlled and managed projects, the individuals who understand and can implement the methodology have far higher chances of success in their careers.
Our industry recognised, interactive E-Learning programme delivers you the training for both PRINCE2® Foundation and the PRINCE2® Practitioner in one enrolment. This course consists of the training only; if you wish to get qualified you should purchase our training and examination package.
We also offer the option to do the training and exams at a classroom with many locations and dates available, please speak to us for more information.
Key Learning Points
PRINCE2® Foundation – this is the first of the two qualifications which are required to become a Registered PRINCE2® Practitioner. The objective of this is to measure whether the candidate is able to act as an informed member of a project team.
PRINCE2® Practitioner – by passing this qualification the candidate will have the ability to apply the methodology to the running and management of a project. The candidate will understand the reasons behind the principles of PRINCE2® and can implement them in the real world.
Advantages of this Course
- Delivered by an official licensed affiliate.
- Study anytime, anywhere over a 6-month period.
- High quality E-Learning with 12 modules of interactive lessons.
- Notes to support each lesson and references to the official PRINCE2® manual (sold separately).
- Interactive exercises to consolidate the learning.
- Practice tests and exam simulations aligned to the PRINCE2® syllabus.
- Progress reporting.
- Professional Development Units (PDU’s) applicable - PRINCE2® Foundation has 21 Category “C” PDU’s and PRINCE2® Practitioner has 30 Category “C” PDU’s. The candidate can apply for these PDU’s upon qualification, please see the further information tab below for more information. (You must complete the examinations to qualify).
- Interest free credit and part payment options available.
- Exams can be taken anytime, anywhere – the candidate is not required to go to an exam centre.
- The training is in English language, however the examinations are available in the following languages: Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese (Mandarin), Czech, Danish, English, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish, Romanian.
- Our PRINCE2® E-Learning and Classroom training is run in association with Spoce Project Management Ltd.
Prerequisites – To complete the PRINCE2® Practitioner qualification you must have passed the PRINCE2® Foundation first.
Exams – Please note that examinations are not included in this course.
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Our PRINCE2® courses are offered in association with SPOCE Project Management Ltd.
e-Careers Limited is now Licensed Affiliate
What content does the e-Learning cover?
Getting Started What is a project?
Projects vs Programmes; What is Project Management?
Reasons why Projects Fail; Addressing Project Failure.
Introduction to PRINCE2®
Structure; The 7 Principles, Themes and Processes.
Processes SU and IP
Starting Up a Project (SU) Activities and Management Products including the Daily Log, Lessons Log, Project Brief, Project Product Description and Outline Business Case.
Initiating a Project (IP) Activities and Management Products including the Management Strategies, Business Case, Product Descriptions, Risk, Issue and Quality Registers and the PID.
Processes CS and MP
Controlling a Stage (CS) Activities and Management Products including the Issue Report, Checkpoint Report, Plans, Product Descriptions, Configuration Item Record, Product Status Account, Lessons Log, Highlight Report and Work Packages.
Managing Product Delivery (MP) Activities and Management Products including the Work Package, Checkpoint Reports, Quality Register and Team Plan.
Processes DP, SB and CP
The objectives and context of the Directing a Project (DP) process; How the DP process supports the seven PRINCE2®principles; The responsibilities within the activities of the DP process; The activities within the DP process including End Stage Assessments and Exception Assessments.
Managing a Stage Boundary (SB) Activities and Management Products including Stage Plan, End Stage Report, Exception Plan, Product Status Account, Lessons Report.
Closing a Project (CP) Activities and Management Products including End Project Report, Lessons Report, Benefits Review Plan.
Organisation Structure, Roles and Responsibilities for Project Board, Project Assurance, Change Authority, Project Manager, Team Manager, Project Support
Business Case Theme
Outputs, Outcomes and Benefits; Types of Business Case; Benefits Review Plan; Links with the processes.
Risk Management Strategy; Risk Register, Appetite and Tolerances; Risk Responses; Risk Management; Risk Budget. Links with the processes.
Project, Stage and Team Plans; Product Based Planning; Estimating; Scheduling; Links with the processes.
Customer Quality Expectations and Acceptance Criteria, Quality Management Strategy; Quality Audit Trail; Project Assurance vs Quality Assurance; Quality Control, Links with the processes.
Issue and Change Control Procedure; Types of Issues; Change Budget; Change Authority; Configuration Management Strategy.
Tolerances and Delegating Authority; Management Stages; Project Controls; Event-based and Time-based controls; Reviewing and Reporting Progress, Escalating Issues and Exceptions.
Hints and tips on exam approach; Style of questions; Full Foundation and Practitioner exam simulation with references to the Manual and interactive adaptive reasoning feedback.
This Course has a PDU (Professional Development Units) Value of 30.
Outline of the PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements.
Category B – Continuing Education offered by a University/college/training organisation not registered with PMI Category C – Self-Directed Learning
How long do PDUs last?
To maintain your qualification, you will need to claim your PDUs in the three-year cycle in which they were earned.
What proof might PMI need of my PDUs?
PMI spot-check entries for their CCRS program and so may check that you are eligible for the PDUs claimed. PMI may check up to 18 months after the end of your CCRS cycle. You should retain the following as proof of your course attendance: Course Brochure/Outline, Registration/Joins letter, Certifications earned, Training Organisation details and Trainer qualifications.
How many PDUs do I need?
Depending on the PMI qualification you are supporting, PMI-ACP, PMI-RMP and PMI-SP require 30 PDUs. PMP has a limitation in that only 30 PDUS per cycle may be claimed for Self-Directed Learning.
How else can I earn PDUs?
PDUs can be claimed for other areas such as, Creating New PM Knowledge, Volunteer Service and even Working as a PM Professional. There are limitations. Please see https://ccrs.pmi.org/ for up-to-date information.
Use the PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements System (CCRS) website at https://ccrs.pmi.org/ to register your PDU’s. Log-in using your PMI credentials and register your PDU's gained under the following categories which E-career’s courses are aligned to:
Education: Category C - Self-Directed Learning (via e-learning) *Restricted to a maximum of 30 PDU’s per 3-year certification cycle)
The PMI’s scheme requirements state that each hour of professional development undertaken is equivalent to one PDU. The activity should also be relevant to the area of expertise covered in the PMP certification.
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