Member price – £950.00 + VAT
Non-member price – £1,150.00 + VAT
Duration – 5 Day’s
What You Will Learn:
The aim of this course is to provide delegates sufficient understanding of how to apply and tailor PRINCE2 in a project situation. A successful delegate should, with suitable direction and support, be able to start applying the method to their projects straight away.
Delegates will be able to apply and understand how to tailor PRINCE2 effectively to a project within an organisation environment supporting PRINCE2.
Specifically delegates should:
This course leads to the PRINCE2 practitioner level certification. Delegates are prepared for the Foundation examination and will normally take this examination on the third day of the course. The Foundation qualification is a pre-requisite for the Practitioner examination. The Practitioner examination is normally taken on the final day of the course.
The PRINCE2 Foundation examination is a closed- book 60 minute 75 multiple choice question paper with 5 questions to be trail and not counted in scores. The pass mark is 50% (35 marks required to pass out of 70 available).
There are no formal pre-requisite for this course. However, it is anticipated that delegates will possess knowledge of projects or have experience of working in a project environment. This is to ensure that the intensive nature of the course does not cause delegates to struggle through the course. If such knowledge or experience does not exist, delegates may be advised to split the course into separate Foundation and Practitioner courses. The course may be booked as a single unit, to achieve the cost effectiveness, but schedule each course in different weeks. Please call the Chamber for further details.
There is between 6 and 15 hours of pre-course preparation to be completed and it is vital to the success of the course that this work is completed. This course is intensive and there will be no opportunity during the course itself to try and catch up. The actual time taken by each delegate will vary enormously and will depend on the individual, their learning style, existing knowledge or skills, and project management experience.
In addition, delegates should allow for 2 to 3 hours of evening work on each evening during the course. This is to allow consolidation of the learning provided during the day and to provide sufficient practice with the sample examination questions provided in order to pass.
The timetable and order of events may be varied by the trainer where they see an opportunity to give delegates a better learning experience