An increasing number of companies are working in a project-like manner, using the PRINCE2 project management method. The advantages of a standard method are great: a uniform method of working and terminology makes projects comparable, transferable and orderly. Moreover, PRINCE2 has additional qualities, such as the standard no go/go decision with each stage, the Business Case at the centre of the project and clear agreements about who is responsible for what.
- Project Management Based on PRINCE2 Course textbook
- PRINCE2 Foundation Coursware book (includes practice exam)
Optionally the package also contains an exam voucher and 1 hour guided exam preparation provided by a certified trainer over the phone or Skype. This guidance session can be planned for either daytime or evening.
A student needs to meet the following prequisites in order to fully benefit from the course:
- None, this is a foundational course.
Who should attend
This course was designed for the benefit of the following organization roles:
- Those responsible for planning, delegating, supervising and maintaining of project performance.
After completing this course, you have improved your ability to:
- name the importance, the location, the benefits and the factors of success and failure within projects
- describe the characteristics and the factors of success and failure of project-based working
- describe the base, the goal and the basic definitions of project-based working according to PRINCE2®
- recognize and describe the relation between projects and the daily operations of the organization
- name the principles, the themes and the main processes of PRINCE2®, describe the mutual relations between the main processes and give examples of data, results and products that can be exchanged between the main processes
- describe the importance of communication that is in time and correct with employers and employees
- Introduction to project management
- Introduction to PRINCE2
- PRINCE2 Principles
- Business Case
- Introduction to Processes
- SU, Startin up a Project
- IP, Initiating a Project
- DP, Directing a Project
- CS,Controlling a Stage
- MP, Managing Product Delivery
- SB, Managing a Stage Boundary
- CP, Closing a Project
- The Project Enviroment