Praxis is a free framework for the management of projects, programmes and portfolios. It includes a body of knowledge, methodology, competency framework and capability maturity model. The framework is supported by a knowledgebase of resources and an encyclopaedia.
Praxis brings together a body of knowledge, methodology, competence framework and capability maturity model in a single integrated framework with a single structure and terminology.
The framework is designed to provide building blocks that can be tailored and assembled to suit all manner of different contexts.
Delegates receive the following:
The project management course is delivered with a blend of classroom training interventions and practical syndicate and individual sessions, evening work is also required during the course. All our facilitators are accredited by the APMG.
This project management course follows the syllabus set down by the APM Group, including:
On completion of the course delegates will be able to:
This is an intensive 5 day course leading to the Praxis Foundation examination on the third day. The 1 hour closed-book examination consisting of 75 Questions and delegates must get 38 out of 75 which is (50%) to pass .
In order to acquire the Praxis Practitioner certification, delegates must have completed the Praxis Foundation training course and examination.
The Praxis Practitioner exam which takes place on the final day is a 2.5 hour scenario-based exam that consist of 4 Questions worth 20 marks each.
To pass the exam delegates will be required to obtain 40+ Marks from all questions which is (50%)
For candidates who currently hold a Foundation or Practitioner certification in PRINCE2, a Foundation, Practitioner or Advanced Practitioner in MSP and wish to gain Praxis Practitioner certification. The Praxis Bridging course is aimed at this audience.