PRINCE2® Practitioner Training & Exam - Online (6th Edition)

PRINCE2® Practitioner Training & Exam - Online  (6th Edition)
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What is the PRINCE2® (6th Edition) Practitioner Online course?

PRINCE2® is the globally successful and highly regarded project management methodology, helping organisations to divide projects into manageable, controllable sections. This online qualification is for the PRINCE2® Practitioner qualification and is for individuals who have already completed the PRINCE2® Foundation qualification.

Via our eLearning platform, accessed 24/7, anywhere you have internet connection, you will learn how to apply the techniques you learnt in the Foundational level into any project you’re working on and be able to run, organise and manage all organisational projects. You will also gain the required knowledge and skills to implement the PRINCE2® principles and products correctly and be able to apply relevant aspects of PRINCE2® themes and processes throughout.

PRINCE2® (6th Edition) is the latest version of PRINCE2® by AXELOS and is the leading standard for managing projects worldwide.

What are the benefits of studying the PRINCE2® qualification?

Individuals and organisations will benefit from having PRINCE2® qualifications or having a team who are fully trained in PRINCE2® methods, as it will help provide the necessary systems, procedures and language for the effective management of all projects.

Some of the benefits of having PRINCE2® qualifications include:

  •  Globally recognised
  •  Improved career prospects and employability
  •  Boosts your confidence and skills
  •  Covers the management, control and organisation of any project
  •  Ensures everyone in a team uses a common language
  •  Helps all parties involved clearly understand their roles and responsibilities

Who is this course suitable for?

Enrolling onto this PRINCE2® Practitioner course requires that you have either first successfully completed the PRINCE2® Foundation course, or have passed one of the following:

  •  Project Management Professional (PMP)®
  •  Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®
  •  IPMA Level A®, B, C, or D

What will I learn on the PRINCE2® Practitioner course?

The PRINCE2® Practitioner qualification helps you to learn how to effectively apply the knowledge you have gained during your PRINCE2® Foundation level qualification (or relevant training), into your projects.

You will also be able to:

  •  Apply PRINCE2® principle correctly
  •  Apply and tailor the relevant aspects of PRINCE2® themes and processes correctly

Why choose us?

  •  We have dovetailed our eLearning course materials with the official PRINCE2® manual, making it the best course for PRINCE2® on the market!
  •  The eLearning course includes page numbers throughout, so you can reference the official manual easily
  •  We have trained over 555,000 delegates
  •  Study at your own pace, where and when it suits you
  •  We offer Interest-Free Payment Plans
  •  Exceptional Pass Rates

Exam Details

  •  Objective testing
  •  68 questions per paper 38 marks or more required to pass (out of 68 available): approximately 55%
  •  Two-and-a-half hours’ (150 minutes) duration, no additional reading time
  •  Open book. Candidates are permitted to use the official printed hard copy of the Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2® 2017 Edition. The official manual may be annotated and tabulated but no sticky notes and loose leaf papers containing additional notes will be allowed.

Career Opportunities

After you have finished the more advanced PRINCE2® Practitioner qualification, you will be able to leap onto more senior level roles such as:

  •  Project Analyst - £32k
  •  Project Controller - £33.5k
  •  Junior Business Analyst - £38.5k
  •  Project Manager - £62.5k

Source – CW Jobs

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Getting Started Module
  • Learning Objectives
  • What is a Project?
  • What is Project Management?
  • Why PRINCE2®?
  • Reasons Why Projects Fail?
  • Addressing Project Failure
  • What is a Programme
  • Projects in Context - Portfolio
  • Module Summary
Introduction to PRINCE2 Module
  • Introduction to PRINCE2®
  • PRINCE2 Background
  • PRINCE2 Structure
  • The Seven Principles
  • The Seven Themes
  • The Seven Processes
  • Process and Themes Integration
  • Process Model
  • Tailoring and Embedding
  • Module Summary
Processes SU and IP
  • SU Process - Activities
  • SU Process - Activities and Outputs
  • SU Process - Task
  • IP Process - Activities
  • IP Process - Activities and Outputs
  • IP Process - Task
  • Module Summary
Processes CS and MP
  • CS & MP Processes - Learning Objectives
  • CS Process - Activities
  • CS Process - Activities and Outputs
  • CS Process - Task
  • MP Process - Activities
  • MP Process - Activities and Outputs
  • MP Process - Task
  • Module Summary
Processes DP SB and CP
  • DP, SB & CP Processes - Learning Objectives
  • DP Process - Activities
  • DP Process - Activities and Outputs
  • DP Process - Task
  • SB Process - Activities
  • SB Process - Activities and Outputs
  • SB Process - Task
  • CP Process - Activities
  • CP Process - Activities & Outputs
  • CP Process - Task
  • Process / Timeline Relationship
  • Module Summary
Organization Theme
  • Organization Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Organization Theme and the Principles
  • The Four Levels of Management
  • The Project Management Team
  • Project Board
  • User and Supplier Groups
  • Project Assurance
  • Change Authority and Change Budget
  • Project Manager
  • Team Manager
  • Project Support
  • Tailoring Organization
  • Module Summary
Business Case Theme
  • Business Case Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Business Case Theme and the Principles
  • Definition: Output, Outcome, Benefit and Dis-benefit
  • Types of Business Case
  • Tailoring Project and Programme Business Cases
  • Business Case Development Path and Benefits Management Approach
  • Benefits Management Approach
  • Tailoring Business Case
  • Module Summary
Risk Theme
  • Learning Objectives
  • Risk Theme and the Principles
  • Threats and Opportunities
  • Risk Management Approach
  • Risk Register
  • Risk Management Procedure Technique
  • Risk Response Types
  • Risk Budget
  • Tailoring Risk
  • Module Summary
Plans Theme
  • Plans Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Plans Theme and the Principles
  • Plans Defined
  • Plan Purpose and the 3 Levels of Plan
  • PRINCE2 Approach to Product-Based Planning
  • Management Stages VS Delivery Steps
  • Defining & Anlyzing the Products
  • Product Breakdown Structure
  • Product Description
  • Example Product Flow Diagram
  • Identifying Activities & Dependencies
  • Preparing Estimates
  • Preparing A Schedule
  • Resourcing the Plan
  • Analyze Risks to the Plan
  • Documenting a Plan
  • MoSCoW Prioritization Technique
  • Tailoring Plans
  • Module Summary
Quality Theme
  • Quality Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Quality Theme and the Principles
  • Quality Defined
  • Project Assurance VS Quality Assurance
  • PRINCE2 Approach to Quality
  • The Quality Audit Trail
  • Customer Quality Expectations, Acceptance Criteria and the Project Product Description
  • Quality Management Approach
  • Product Description
  • Quality Responsibilities
  • Quality Register
  • Quality Control - Quality Methods
  • Quality Review Technique
  • Quality Review Team Roles
  • Quality Review Technique
  • Tailoring Quality
  • Module Summary
Change Theme
  • Change Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Change Theme and the Principles
  • Management Products and Baselines
  • Why Manage Change?
  • Change Control Approach
  • Types of Issue
  • Issue and Change Control
  • Change Authority and Change Budget
  • Issue and Change Control Procedure Technique
  • Issue Register and Issue Report
  • Configuration or Asset Management
  • Tailoring Change
  • Module Summary
Progress Theme
  • Progress Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Progress Theme and the Principles
  • Delegating Authority via Tolerance
  • Project Controls
  • Decision Points for Progress Control
  • Control Types and Baselines
  • Workpackage - Baseline for Control
  • Management Products for Reporting
  • Checkpoint Report
  • Highlight Report
  • Exception Report
  • Raising Exceptions
  • Tailoring Progress
  • Module Summary
Exam Preparation
  • Examination Approaches - Learning Objectives
  • Practitioner Examination Format
  • How to Approach the Examination
  • Learning Summary
Course Code
EC113945
Type
Online Course with Exam
Course Access
6 Months
Exams Included
No
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Operating Systems
Windows 7
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