Practitioner

Duration

This training course consists of an average of 15 hours of online learning.

Summary

PRINCE2® (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is the world’s most popular project management methodology. It is compatible with all other project management qualifications as it provides the technical structure of the framework of any project, which will complement the softer skills learnt on other qualifications.

The PRINCE2® Practitioner course allows participants to study in depth how to contextualize and apply the elements of PRINCE2.

The Practitioner level is all about application – application of the knowledge you have gained at Foundation Level to realistic project situations.

To pass the Practitioner exam, you need to be able to apply and understand how to apply PRINCE2 effectively to a project. Specifically candidates should:

  • Understand the relationships between the roles, management products, principles, themes, techniques and processes
  • Be able to apply the principles, themes and processes to a project
  • Be able to create and assess management products.

Learning Outcomes

Training Method

This course is highly interactive and demands the full participation of the delegates to ensure they receive the maximum benefit.

Who should attend?

This qualification is aimed at Project Managers and aspiring Project Managers. It is also relevant to other key staff involved in the design, development and delivery of projects, including: Project Board members (e.g. Senior Responsible Owners), Team Managers (e.g. Product Delivery Managers), Project Assurance (e.g. Business Change Analysts), Project Support (e.g. Project and Programme Office personnel) and operational line managers/staff.

Seven Principles, themes and processes of PRINCE2

PRINCE2 is based around a core of Seven Principles. These are woven through Seven Themes and Seven Processes. The Seven Principles are:

  1. Continued Business Justification
  2. Learn From Experience
  3. Defined Roles and Responsibilities
  4. Manage by Stages
  5. Manage by Exception
  6. Focus on Products
  7. Tailor to Suit the project Environment

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