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PRINCE2 Foundation And Practitioner Certification Exam Prep Training Course

Why is the PRINCE2 certification most sought-after?

PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner Certification is the most sought-after certification for a variety of reasons.

  • Participants learn to manage projects using the most internationally recognized project management method. .
  • PRINCE2® certification is the topmost and globally recognized professional certification for project managers which opens up diverse career avenues across the global job market.
  • PRINCE2® certification validates your knowledge of the best practices required to improve project success.
  • The PRINCE2® certification program is administered by the APMG and designed in such a way, that it meets the requirements and expectations of all the industries across the world.
  • The certification helps participants to become result-oriented professionals and allows them to execute their project ideas on the MS Project platform and present the data and information clearly using the MS Excel tool.

Who should do this course?

Project managers looking forward to move ahead in their career with a globally recognized credential should take the PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner Certification Training. Individuals in the field of integration management, cost management, time management, scope management, quality management, communications management, human resource management, risk management, and procurement management are ideal participants for PRINCE2 certification.

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Downolad PRINCE2 Certification Agenda

PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner Training Syllabus

1. Overview, Principles and Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment

  • Six aspects of project performance to be managed
  • Definition of a project
  • Four integrated elements of principles, themes, processes and the project environment upon which PRINCE2 is based
  • Customer/supplier context of a PRINCE2 project
  • Benefits of using PRINCE2
  • Seven principles
  • Characteristics of a project

2. Business Case (BC) Theme

  • Definition of a project output, an outcome, a benefit and a dis-benefit
  • The purpose of the Business Case theme
  • The purpose of a
    • i) Business Case
    • ii) Benefits Review Plan

3. Organization (OR) Theme

  • Roles within the Organization theme
  • The purpose of the Organization theme
  • The three project interests and how these are represented within the three levels of the project management team structure
  • The responsibilities and characteristics of the role of the:
    • Project Board
    • Project Manager
    • Project Assurance
    • Change Authority
    • Team Manager
    • Project Support
  • What a stakeholder is
  • The purpose of the Communication Management Strategy

4. Quality (QU) Theme

  • Recall the recommended quality review team roles
  • The purpose of the Quality theme
  • The difference between quality assurance and Project Assurance
  • The objectives of the quality review technique
  • The difference between quality planning, quality control and quality assurance
  • The difference between customer’s quality expectations and acceptance criteria
  • The purpose of a:
    • Project Product Description
    • Product Description
    • Quality Register
    • Quality Management Strategy

5. Plans (PL) Theme

  • Levels of plan recommended by PRINCE2
  • Four tasks of product-based planning
  • The purpose of the Plans theme
  • The levels of plans, their purpose and the interrelationship between the:
    • Project Plan
    • Stage Plans
    • Team Plans
    • Exception Plan
  • The tasks within the product-based planning technique

6. Risk (RK) Theme

  • The definition of a risk and the difference between a threat and an opportunity
  • The recommended risk response types and whether they are used to respond to a threat or an opportunity
  • The difference between a risk owner and a risk actionee
  • The purpose of the Risk theme
  • The steps within the recommended risk management procedure. This should include:
    • Identify the context and therefore the influences on a project’s Risk Management Strategy
    • Identify the threats and opportunities that may affect a project’s objectives
    • Estimate risks to assess their probability, impact and proximity
    • Evaluate the net effect of all risks on a project when aggregated together
    • Plan risk management responses
      • Implement planned risk management responses, identifying an appropriate risk owner and/or risk actionee
      • Communicate information related to risks, both within the project and externally to stakeholders
  • The purpose of a risk budget
  • The risk probability, risk impact and risk proximity
  • The difference between cause, event and effect when expressing a risk
  • The purpose of a:
    • Risk Management Strategy
    • Risk Register
  • The concept of risk appetite and risk tolerance

7. Change (CH) Theme

  • Three types of issue
  • Five typical activities of configuration management
  • The purpose of the Change theme
  • The purpose of a change budget
  • The purpose of a:
    • Configuration Management Strategy
    • Configuration Item Record
    • Issue Report
    • Issue Register
    • Product Status Account
  • The steps in the recommended issue and change control procedure

8: Progress (PG) Theme

  • Lines of authority and reporting between the four levels of management
  • The difference between event-driven and time-driven controls
  • The purpose of the Progress theme
  • The concept of management stages and the difference between management and technical stages
  • The factors to consider in identifying management stages
  • Tolerance(s): when and how tolerances are set and exceptions reported, in which management products tolerances are documented and how management by exception applies to the different levels of management
  • The purpose of a:
    • Daily Log
    • Lessons Log
    • Work Package
  • The purpose of a:
    • End Stage Report
    • End Project Report
    • Lessons Report
  • The purpose of a:
    • Checkpoint Report
    • Highlight Report
    • Exception Report

9. Starting up a Project (SU) Process

  • Starting up a Project (SU) Process
  • The purpose of the SU process
  • The objectives of the SU process
  • The context of the SU process
  • The purpose of a Project Brief

10. Directing a Project (DP) Process

  • The purpose of the DP process
  • The objectives of the DP process
  • The context of the DP process

11. Initiating a Project (IP) Process

  • The purpose of the IP process
  • The objectives of the IP process
  • The context of the IP process
  • The purpose of a Project Initiation Documentation (PID)

12. Controlling a Stage (CS) Process

  • The purpose of the CS process
  • The objectives of the CS process
  • The context of the CS process

13. Managing Product Delivery (MP) Process

  • The purpose of the MP process
  • The objectives of the MP process
  • The context of the MP process

14. Managing a Stage Boundary (SB) Process

  • The purpose of the SB process
  • The objectives of the SB process
  • The context of the SB process

15. Closing a Project (CP) Process

  • The purpose of the CP process
  • The objectives of the CP process
  • The context of the CP process

16. Summary and Directed Studies

17. Review of Key Concepts

1. Overview, Principles and Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment

  • Difference between embedding and tailoring PRINCE2
  • Context of a customer/supplier environment and how it affects the application of the themes, processes and management products within a project

2. Business Case Theme PRINCE2® Practitioner Syllabus

  • The recommended composition of a
    • Business Case, and in which process(es) it is developed, verified, maintained and confirmed and which roles are responsible for this
    • Benefits Review Plan, and in which process(es) it is developed,used and reviewed and which roles are responsible for this
  • The relationship between a program’s business case and a project’s Business Case
  • How to identify appropriate information, using the recommended composition, for inclusion in the Business Case and Benefits Review Plan
  • Identify outputs, outcomes, benefits and dis-benefits
  • Analyze whether the Business Case and Benefits Review Plan, using the recommended composition, are fit for purpose, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved in their development and maintenance throughout the life of a project

3. Organization (OR) Theme

  • How the four levels of the project management structure apply to the process model
  • The relationship between the Communication Management Strategy and other products and themes
  • The recommended composition of a Communication Management Strategy,
  • in which process(es) it is developed, used and reviewed and which roles are responsible for this
  • Identify an appropriate project management team structure and role descriptions, including acceptable role consolidations or sharing
  • Identify appropriate information, using the recommended composition, for inclusion in a Communication Management Strategy
  • Analyze whether the following products, using the recommended composition, are fit for purpose, with reasons, and whether the correct roles have been involved in their development and maintenance throughout the life of a project. Including:
    • Project management team structure
    • Communication Management Strategy

4. Quality (QU) Theme

  • The PRINCE2 approach to quality – quality audit trail
  • The recommended composition of a
    • Project Product Description
    • Product Description
    • Quality Register
    • Quality Management Strategy and in which process(es) they are developed, used and reviewed and which roles are responsible for this
  • Identify appropriate information, using the recommended composition, for inclusion in the Project Product Description, Product Description, Quality Register and Quality Management Strategy
  • Identify appropriate actions and responsibilities when applying the quality review technique to a given product
  • Identify appropriate actions and responsibilities when applying quality planning and quality control to a given project
  • Analyze whether the Project Product Description, Product Description, Quality Register and Quality Management Strategy, using the recommended composition, are fit for purpose, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved in their development and maintenance throughout the life of a project
  • Use of the quality review technique for a given product
  • Whether quality planning activities have been, or are scheduled to be, undertaken appropriately during the execution of a project, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved. Including:
    • Understanding and documenting the customer’s quality expectations and the project’s acceptance criteria in the Project Product Description
    • Formulating a Quality Management Strategy and setting up a Quality Register
  • Whether quality control activities have been, or are scheduled to be,undertaken appropriately during the execution of a project, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved. Including:
    • Carrying out the quality methods
    • Maintaining quality and approval records
    • Gaining acceptance

5. Plans (PL) Theme

  • The recommended composition of a Plan, in which process(es) it is developed, used and reviewed, and which roles are responsible for this
  • Identify appropriate information, using the recommended composition, for inclusion in a Plan (excluding the schedule)
  • Identify the appropriate actions and responsibilities when applying the product-based planning technique, including the creation of Product Descriptions, a product breakdown structure and a product flow diagram
  • Analyze whether a Plan (excluding the schedule), using the recommended composition, is fit for its purpose, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved in its development and maintenance throughout the life of a project
  • Whether the Product-based planning technique has been applied appropriately.
  • This should include analyzing the appropriate application of Product
  • Descriptions, a product breakdown structure and a product flow diagram, with reasons

6. Risk (RK) Theme

  • The recommended composition of a
    • Risk Management Strategy
    • Risk Register and in which process(es) they are developed, used and reviewed, and which roles are responsible for this
  • The concept of inherent, secondary and residual risks
  • Identify appropriate information, using the recommended composition, for inclusion in the Risk Management Strategy and Risk Register
  • Identify the appropriate actions and responsibilities when applying the steps within the recommended risk management procedure
  • Identify primary and secondary risks and estimate inherent and residual risks
  • Whether the products listed in the Risk Management Strategy and Risk Register, using the recommended composition, are fit for purpose, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved in their development and maintenance throughout the life of a project
  • Whether activities undertaken during the execution of the recommended risk management procedure are appropriate, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved

7. Change (CH) Theme

  • Identify in which process(es) issues are captured and managed, and which roles are responsible
  • Identify in which process(es) a change budget and a Change Authority are agreed and which roles are responsible
  • Identify the recommended composition of a:
    • Configuration Management Strategy
    • Configuration Item Record
    • Issue Report
    • Issue Register
    • Product Status Account and in which process(es) they are developed, used and reviewed, and which roles are responsible for this
  • Identify appropriate information, using the recommended composition, for inclusion in the products listed above
  • Identify the appropriate type for a given issue
  • Identify the appropriate actions and responsibilities when applying the recommended issue and change control procedure
  • Identify appropriate resource(s) for the role of Change Authority
  • Identify the appropriate actions and responsibilities when applying the typical activities of configuration management
  • Analyze whether the Configuration Management Strategy, Configuration Item
  • Record, Issue Report, Issue Register and Product Status Account, using the recommended composition, are fit for purpose, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved in their development and maintenance throughout the life of a project
  • Analyze whether activities undertaken during the execution of the recommended issue and change control procedure are appropriate, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved. Including activities associated with:
    • Capturing and analyzing to determine the type of issue and whether it can be managed informally or formally
    • Examining an issue to determine its impact
    • Proposing a course of action
    • Deciding on appropriate course of action
    • Implementing agreed action
  • Analyze whether the typical activities of configuration management have been undertaken appropriately, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved. Including activities associated with:
    • Planning what level of configuration management is required
    • Identifying configuration items
    • Controlling configuration items
    • Status accounting
    • Verifying and auditing configuration items

8. Progress (PG) Theme

  • Identify the recommended composition of a:
    • Work Package
    • Lessons Log
    • Checkpoint Report
    • Highlight Report
    • End Stage Report
    • Exception Report
    • End Project Report
    • Lessons Report and in which process(es) they are developed, used and reviewed, and which roles are responsible for this
  • Identify appropriate information, using the recommended composition, for inclusion in the products listed above
  • Identify the appropriate actions and responsibilities when applying the concept of management by exception
  • Analyze whether the products listed above, using the recommended composition, are fit for purpose, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved in their development and maintenance throughout the life of a project
  • Whether activities undertaken to manage by exception during the execution
  • of the project were applied appropriately, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved.

9. Starting up a Project (SU) Process

  • Identify the following activities within the SU process and the responsibilities within them:
    • Appointing the Executive and the Project Manager
    • Capturing previous lessons
    • Designing and appointing the project management team
    • Preparing the outline Business Case
    • Selecting the project approach and assembling the Project Brief
    • Planning the initiation stage
  • Identify how the seven themes may be applied within the SU process
  • Identify the recommended composition of a Project Brief and in which process(es) it is developed, used and reviewed, and which roles are responsible
  • Identify appropriate information, using the recommended composition, for inclusion in the Project Brief
  • Identify the recommended SU process actions when carrying out the activities listed above
  • Analyze whether the Project Brief, using the recommended composition, is fit for its purpose, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved in its development and maintenance throughout the SU process
  • Analyze whether the recommended SU process actions have been undertaken appropriately, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved when carrying out the activities listed above

10. Directing a Project (DP) Process

  • Identify the following activities within the DP process and the responsibilities within them:
    • Authorizing initiation
    • Authorizing the project
    • Authorizing a Stage or Exception Plan
    • Giving ad hoc direction
    • Authorizing project closure
  • Identify how the seven themes may be applied within the DP process
  • Analyze whether the recommended DP process actions have been undertaken appropriately, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved when carrying out the activities listed above

11. Initiating a Project (IP) Process

  • Identify the following activities within the IP process and the responsibilities within them:
    • Preparing the Risk Management Strategy
    • Preparing the Configuration Management Strategy
    • Preparing the Quality Management Strategy
    • Preparing the Communication Management Strategy
    • Setting up the project controls
    • Create the Project Plan
    •  Refining the Business Case
    • Assembling the Project Initiation Documentation
  • Identify how the seven themes may be applied within the IP Process
  • Identify the recommended composition of the Project Initiation Documentation, and in which process(es) it is developed, used and reviewed, and which roles are responsible
  • Identify the recommended IP process actions when carrying out the activities listed above
  • Analyze whether the Project Initiation Documentation, using the recommended composition, is fit for its purpose, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved in its development and maintenance throughout the IP process
  • Analyze whether the recommended IP process actions have been undertaken appropriately, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved when carrying out the activities listed above

12. Controlling a Stage (CS) Process

  • Identify the following activities within the CS process and the responsibilities within them:
    • Authorizing a Work Package
    • Reviewing Work Package status
    • Receiving completed Work Packages
    • Reviewing the stage status
    • Reporting Highlights
    • Capturing and examining issue and risks
    • Escalating issues and risks
    • Taking corrective action
  • Identify how the seven themes may be applied within the CS process
  • Identify the recommended CS process actions when carrying out the activities listed above
  • Analyze whether the recommended CS process actions have been undertaken appropriately, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved when carrying out the activities listed above

13. Managing Product Delivery (MP) Process

  • Identify the following activities within the MP process and the responsibilities within them:
    • Accepting a Work Package
    • Executing a Work Package
    • Delivering a Work Package
  • Identify how the seven themes may be applied within the MP process
  • Identify the recommended MP process actions when carrying out the activities listed above
  • Analyze whether the recommended MP process actions have been undertaken appropriately, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved when carrying out the activities listed above

14. Managing a Stage Boundary (SB) Process

  • Identify the following activities within the SB process and the responsibilities within them:
    • Planning the next stage
    • Updating the Project Plan
    • Updating the Business Case
    • Reporting stage end
    • Producing an Exception Plan
  • Identify how the seven themes may be applied within the SB process
  • Identify the recommended SB process actions when carrying out the activities listed above
  • Identify whether the recommended SB process actions have been undertaken appropriately, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved when carrying out the activities listed above

15. Closing a Project (CP) Process

  • Identify the following activities within the CP process and the responsibilities within them:
    • Preparing planned closure
    • Preparing premature closure
    • Hand over products
    • Evaluate the project
    • Recommend project closure
  • Identify how the seven themes may be applied within the CP process
  • Identify the recommended CP process actions when carrying out the activities listed above
  • Analyze whether the recommended CP process actions have been undertaken appropriately, with reasons, and whether the appropriate roles have been involved when carrying out the activities listed above

How do you become PRINCE2® certified professional?

To take the Practitioner exam, you need to clear the Foundation exam first.This is a one-hour exam consisting of 75 multiple-choice questions.Of these 75 questions, 5 are trial questions and do not contribute toward the score. Since a participant will not be able to identify the trial questions, all the questions have to be answered.

To pass the PRINCE2® foundation examination, one must score at least 50 percent. That is, 35 out of 70 questions answered should be correct.The Practitioner examination is based on scenarios. There are 8 questions, each comprising two to five parts. Participants will have to score 55 percent to pass the examination. The duration of the examination is two and a half hours.

The PRINCE2® Foundation certificaton examination is a closed book examination. The book cannot be carried inside the examination center.

What are the prerequisites for the certification?

Anyone interested in project management can attempt PRINCE2 certification examination. There is no mandatory qualification mentioned. But, it is suggested that you be involved in a project management environment for at least two years before taking this certification. Individuals appearing for the Practitioner examination should clear the Foundation exam before attending.

Who will be the trainer for the classroom training?

Highly qualified and certified instructors with 20+ years of experience deliver classroom training.

Where will be the training held?

Venue is finalized few weeks before the training and you will be informed via email. You can get in touch with our 24/7 Support team for more details. Email us at support@seedworkshops.com . If you are looking for an instant Support, you can chat with us too.

Do you provide transportation and refreshments along with the training?

We do not provide transportation or refreshments along with the training.

Can I change the city, place, and date after enrolling for any classroom training?

Yes, you can change the city, place and date for any classroom training. However, a rescheduling fee is charged. For more information, please go through our Rescheduling Policy.

Do you provide any group discounts for classroom training programs?

Yes, we have group discount packages for classroom training programs. Contact support@seedworkshops.com to know more about the group discounts.

Can I cancel my enrollment? Do I get a refund?

Yes, you can cancel your enrollment. We provide you complete refund after deducting the administration fee. To know more please go through our Refund Policy.

Do you provide any course completion certificate?

Yes, we offer course completion certificate after you successfully complete the training program.

How do I enroll for the training?

You can enroll for the training online. Payments can be made using any of the following options and receipt of the same will be issued to the candidate automatically via email. 1.Visa debit/credit card 2.American express and Diners club card 3.Master Card, or 4.Through PayPal

What will I get along with this training?

You will have online access to e-learning and practice tests along with the training.

Can I extend the access period?

Yes, you can extend the access period by paying an additional fee. Contact support@seedworkshops.com for more information

Where and how can I access the e-learning content? Are there any limitations?

Once you register with us for a course by paying the course fee, you can have 24/7 access to the e-learning content on our website. An automated course purchase confirmation mail from our side will guide you through the process.

I am not able to access the online course. Whom should I contact for a solution?

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Do you provide PDUs after completing the training? How many hours of PDU certificate do I get after attending the training?

Yes, we offer PDU certificate to candidates after successfully completing the training. You can earn 45 hours of PDU certificate after attending the training.

What is PRINCE2®?

PRINCE2® (PRojects In Controlled Environments) is one of the widely used project management methods.

Is PRINCE2® confined to a specific project or is it generic?

PRINCE2® is generic and can be applied to any project across industries and organizations.

What are the eligibility criteria for PRINCE2® exams?

There is no eligibility criterion for attempting the PRINCE2® Foundation exam, however in order to opt for PRINCE2® Practitioner exam one needs to pass the PRINCE2® Foundation exam.

What is the format of the questions for PRINCE2® Foundation and PRINCE2® Practitioner exam?

PRINCE2® Foundation exam follows multiple-choice format and PRINCE2® Practitioner exam follows descriptive question format.

Is Seed accredited by PEOPLECERT to provide PRINCE2® Certification Training?

Yes, Seed is accredited by PEOPLECERT as an ATO for PRINCE2® Foundation and PRINCE2® Practitioner training.

Does the course fee include the examination fee as well?

Yes, the course fee is inclusive of the examination fee.

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