The aim of this PRINCE2 Foundation exam preparation training course is to provide delegates with a fundamental understanding of the PRINCE2 project management method, and help delegates to prepare for the PRINCE2 Foundation examination at the end of this course.
The course follows the standard syllabus issued by the PRINCE2 Examinations Board, which focuses on the PRINCE2 framework and how this might be applied pragmatically to real projects. PRINCE2 has established itself as the premier approach to managing projects. PRINCE2 is generic - capable of being applied to any kind of project - scaleable and business-driven. Organisations that have adopted the PRINCE2 have claimed that they have been able to achieve greater customer satisfaction during and at the end of projects, to reduce costs and to realise greater benefit from project deliverables.
This course would benefit all members in a project team (administrators, coordinators, managers), practising project managers and programme managers. Due to the generic nature of this course, it is also suitable for general managers, staff in a supporting role, and those who wish to gain formal recognition of their skills by taking the PRINCE2 foundation examination.
At the end of this course delegates will be able to;
Understand the need for project management and how PRINCE2 meets that requirement
Understand the PRINCE2 process model
Prepare project plans using product based planning techniques and undertake risk analysis and management for the project
Prepare information for inclusion in a Project Initiation Document
Understand techniques for the management of product development, quality control and change control
Take the PRINCE2 Foundation examination paper.
There is no formal requirement for attending this course, although it would be beneficial to the delegates to have some understanding of project management.
Delegates will be sent pre-course reading which must be completed prior to attending the course. The standard recommended reading time is 10 hours
Background and Objectives
Roles and responsibilities
The project board
The project manager
Purpose and importance
Components and types of plan
Product based planning
The steps in planning
Work package authorisation
Establishing project and stage tolerance
Checkpoints and highlight reports
Handling exception situations
Types of business and project risk
Risk analysis and management
The risk log
Quality control and quality review
Change Control and Configuration Management
Change control steps
Analysing the impact Configuration management
Starting up and initiating a project
Directing a project
Managing stage boundaries
Controlling a stage
Managing product delivery
Closing a project
Delegates will take the PRINCE2 Foundation exam at the end of day 3 of this course.
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