PRINCE2 Certification

16Oct 2012

Course Objectives

PRINCE2® Practitioner 2-day course objectives are as follows:

  • Comprehensive understanding of PRINCE2®  core methodologies at Practitioner levels
  • Understand the integrated elements of PRINCE2®  (principles, processes, themes and tailoring) methodology with reference to actual work environments
  • Understand the benefits and principles inherent in structured approaches to project management
  • Apply PRINCE2®  structured processes in any work environment and how to tailor the core methodologies to organizational needs and requirements
  • Prepare delegates for the APMG PRINCE2®  Practitioner Exam

 

Outline

The two day training programme covers the following core foundations of project management and includes the following areas of focus:

 

Structured Approach to Managing Projects E/strong> Structured approaches to project management; project success criteria; the model of the PRINCE2® method including the integrated elements of principles, processes, themes and tailoring.

 

The Process-based Approach – PRINCE2® provides a structured focus on key processes needed for successful project management. Students will learn how to tailor these processes and pipelines to reflect the complexity, scope and risks faced by each project. The PRINCE2® Process Model will be used to help students understand and appreciate the what, when and why of each decision during the timeline of a project.

 

Business Case – What is a Business Case; Outcomes, Outputs, Benefits and Dis-benefits; Developing, Verifying and Maintaining the Business Case; Confirming the benefits and the Benefits Review Plan.

 

Organization- Project Management Team Structure and the Project Board, Project Assurance, Project Manager, Team Manager, Change Authority and Project Support roles and responsibilities. Stakeholder management; Communication Management Strategy.

 

Project Planning – Levels and content of Plans; Exception Plans; Product-based approach to planning EProject Product Description, Product Breakdown Structure, Product Description, Product Flow Diagram; the PRINCE2®  planning steps.

 

Monitoring and Controlling Progress – Management and Technical Stages. Tolerance and Raising Exceptions. Project Board and Project Manager Controls for Reviewing and Reporting Progress; Baselines for Control; Capturing and Reporting Lessons; Event-driven and time-driven controls.

 

Change and Configuration Management – Issue and Change Control procedure; Configuration Management procedure; Configuration Management Strategy; Baseline, Handling changes; Tracking and protecting products; Change Authority; Change Budget.

 

Quality – Quality Defined, The Quality Audit Trial; Acceptance Criteria, Quality Criteria, Quality Management Strategy, Quality Assurance, Quality Controls and Quality Review technique.

 

Risk- Risk and Risk Management; Risk Management in Projects; Risk Management Strategy; Risk Management Procedure; Risk Budget.

 

16Oct 2012

Course Objectives

The key objectives of PRINCE2®  Foundation 3-day course are:

  • Understand the PRINCE2®  method at Foundation level
  • Understand the integrated elements of PRINCE2®  (principles, processes, themes and tailoring) within a work environment
  • Understand the benefits and principles underlying a structured approach to project management
  • Help delegates to operate effectively with colleagues and managers within a structured project management environment

 

Outline

The 3-day course covers the Foundation syllabus and includes the following focus areas:

Structured Approach to Managing Projects – Setting the scene for a structured approach to managing all projects; project success criteria; the model of the PRINCE2®  method including the integrated elements of principles, processes, themes and tailoring.

 

The Process-based Approach – PRINCE2®  focuses on key processes needed for successful project management which must be present, but may be  Eailored Eto reflect the complexity, scope and risks faced by the project. PRINCE2®  Process Model will be used to help delegates understand and appreciate what should be done to manage each project, why it should be done and when in the project lifecycle.

 

Business Case – What is a Business Case; Outcomes, Outputs, Benefits and Dis-benefits; Developing, Verifying and Maintaining the Business Case; Confirming the benefits and the Benefits Review Plan.

 

Organization- Project Management Team Structure and the Project Board, Project Assurance, Project Manager, Team Manager, Change Authority and Project Support roles & responsibilities. Stakeholder management; Communication Management Strategy.

 

Project Planning – Levels and content of Plans; Exception Plans; Product-based approach to planning  EProject Product Description, Product Breakdown Structure, Product Description, Product Flow Diagram; the PRINCE2®  planning steps.

 

Monitoring and Controlling Progress – Management and Technical Stages. Tolerance and Raising Exceptions. Project Board and Project Manager Controls for Reviewing and Reporting Progress; Baselines for Control; Capturing and Reporting Lessons; Event-driven and time-driven controls.

 

Change and Configuration Management – Issue and Change Control procedure; Configuration Management procedure; Configuration Management Strategy; Baseline, Handling changes; Tracking and protecting products; Change Authority; Change Budget.

 

Quality – Quality Defined, The Quality Audit Trial; Acceptance Criteria, Quality Criteria, Quality Management Strategy, Quality Assurance, Quality Controls and Quality Review technique.

 

Risk- Risk and Risk Management; Risk Management in Projects; Risk Management Strategy; Risk Management Procedure; Risk Budget.