PRINCE2 (projects in a controlled environment) is a structured project management method for managing projects. It helps you work out who should be involved and what they will be responsible for. It gives you a set of processes to work through and explains what information you should be gathering along the way. Good projects, which deliver quality results, on-time and within budget are dependent on the capability of people involved from Project Board down to individual members.
Candidates need to show they understand the principles and terminology of the method and exhibit the competence required for the Foundation and Practitioner certifications, and show that they can apply and tune PRINCE2 to address the needs and problems of a specific project scenario.
This is an intensive 5 day course leading to the PRINCE2 Foundation examination on the third day. The multiple choice, closed book exam is one hour and consists of 60 questions. Delegates must obtain 55% out of the 60 available marks.
The PRINCE2 Practitioner Objective Test Exam (OTE) which takes place on the final day is a multiple choice two and a half hour exam. Delegates are presented with 68 questions. Delegates must obtain 55% out of the 68 available marks. This examination is open-book allowing only for the PRINCE2 Manual to be taken into the examination.
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 AXELOS Limited.
On completion of the course delegates will be able to:
This project management course follows the syllabus set down by the APM Group, including: