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Course Details

Course delivered by: Good e-Learning Delivery: e-Learning
Certificate: Examination Duration: 15 hours, self-paced
Course Price: £299.00 per user Language: English

About PRINCE2® 
PRINCE2 Foundation is the first of a required two-part PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification for project management professionals. It can be studied on its own or combined with PRINCE2 Practitioner e-learning.

It is essential for individuals who are pursuing a career in a PRINCE2 environment, or for business professionals who would like to incorporate the flexible, process-based approach of the PRINCE2 into their day-to-day work.

Course Overview
The purpose of this PRINCE2 Practitioner e-learning course is to provide individual students, groups or organizations with a practical and full understanding of the PRINCE2 Methods and best-practices in order to pass the foundation level exam. On completion of the course candidates should be able to apply and understand how to tailor PRINCE2 effectively to a project within an organization environment supporting PRINCE2. Specifically candidates should be able to apply the principles, themes and processes to a project and create and assess management products.

Course Syllabus

Part 1: Introduction

In this Introduction you will learn about:

The project characteristics and what makes a project different to business-as-usual
The six project variables, also know as the six performance targets
What a Project Manager does
The structure of PRINCE2 and the four integrated elements
And lastly, the benefits of using PRINCE2

Part 2: The 7 Principles
Each PRINCE2 project should include seven principles. If even one of these principles is missing from the project, it cannot be considered a PRINCE2 Project. This Module takes you through all 7 PRINCE2 Principles.

Part 3: Themes – Business Case
This is the first module of the ‘Themes Section. This theme provides the mechanisms and knowledge to make sure that the project is desirable, viable and achievable and that it remains valid throughout its lifecycle.

Part 4: Themes – Organization
This Module looks at the ‘Organization’ Theme, and it’s purpose. It will provide some Organization definitions, what a project is and what a program is.

Part 5: Themes – Quality
This Module looks at the ‘Quality’ Theme, which explains how to make sure that the project achieves the desired quality for the project’s products.

Part 6: Themes – Plans
This Module looks at the ‘Plans’ Theme, which provides the basis for effective project management, communication and control by defining the means of product delivery.

Part 7: Themes – Risk
This Module looks at the ‘Risk’ Theme and effective risk management in a project.

Part 8: Themes – Change
This Module looks at the ‘Change’ Theme, and change control.

Part 9: Themes – Progress
This Module looks at the final Theme, ‘Progress’ and establishing controls that monitor the progress of the project.

Part 10: Processes – Introduction
This Module Introduces you to the 7 PRINCE2 Processes, which each identify a structured set of activities designed to accomplish a specific objective.

Part 11: Processes – Starting Up A Project
In this module you will learn about the ‘Starting up a Project’ Process, which makes sure that the prerequisites for initiating a project are in place by answering the question: “Do we have a worthwhile and viable project?”. You will also learn about the objectives of the process, the activities involved, key inputs and outputs and roles and responsibilities.

Part 12: Processes – Processes – Directing a Project
In this module you will learn about the ‘Directing a Project’ Process, which enables the Project Board to be accountable for the project’s successes by making key decisions and exercising overall control, while delegating day-to-day management of the project to the project manager.

You will also learn about the objectives of the process, the activities involved, key inputs and outputs and roles and responsibilities.

Part 13: Processes – Initiating A Project
In this module you will learn about the ‘Directing a Project’ Process, which enables the Project Board to be accountable for the project’s successes by making key decisions and exercising overall control, while delegating day-to-day management of the project to the project manager.

You will also learn about the objectives of the process, the activities involved, key inputs and outputs and roles and responsibilities.

Part 14: Processes – Controlling a Stage
In this module you will learn about the ‘Controlling a Stage’ Process, which involves the assignment of work to be done, monitoring of work, dealing with issues, reporting progress to the Project Board and taking corrective action. You will also learn about the objectives of the process, the activities involved, key inputs and outputs and roles and responsibilities.

Part 15: Processes – Managing Product Delivery
In this module you will learn about the ‘Managing Product Delivery’ Process, which controls the link between the Project Manager and Team Managers by placing formal requirements about accepting, executing, and delivering project work.

You will also learn about the objectives of the process, the activities involved, key inputs and outputs and roles and responsibilities.

Part 16: Processes – Managing Stage Boundary
In this module you will learn about the ‘Managing a Stage Boundary’ Process, which allows the Project Manager to provide the Project Board with sufficient information to review the success and performance of a project stage, approve an incoming stage plan or updated project plans and confirm continued business justification and acceptability of risks.

You will also learn about the objectives of the process, the activities involved, key inputs and outputs and roles and responsibilities.

Part 17: Processes – Closing a Project
In this module you will learn about the 7th and final ‘Closing a Project’ Process, which checks that the project has reached its objectives and that the products have been accepted. You will also learn about the objectives of the process, the activities involved, key inputs and outputs and roles and responsibilities

Part 18: Tailoring
The Final Module will provide an overview of tailoring and the PRINCE2 approach to tailoring. We will also look at how a project is tailored to PRINCE2.

Assessment and Certification
This is a multiple choice exam consisting of 70 questions and there is a time limit of 60 minutes to complete the exam. The exam is Closed Book, meaning you cannot take any learning materials or documentation into the exam

To pass the exam you must get 35 out of 70 questions correct (50%).

The course materials provided in the Foundation e-learning course will provide you with all the information you need for this exam. You will be tested on:

  • The characteristics and context of a project and the benefits of adopting PRINCE2
  • The purpose of the PRINCE2 roles, management products and themes
  • The PRINCE2 principles
  • The purpose, objectives and context of the PRINCE2 processes

When you have completed the learning outcomes of the course, you will be ready to start preparing for the PRINCE2 Foundation exam. To support you with this, the e-learning course contains a practice exam that will simulate the conditions of the real thing.

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