Prince 2 Foundation

PRojects IN Controlled Environments (PRINCE) is a project management method. It covers the management, control and organization of a project.

PRINCE2, is a project management methodology that perfectly complements professional skills of holders or have studied, the Project Management Institute’s PMP as well as for those who are new to project management and are seeking a solid foundation in practical application.

Benefits for Businesses
The PRINCE2 project management framework provides for improved project delivery, improved performance, and improved business outcomes.
Applicable to all types of projects of any size and scope
Manages the business focus of the project on a continuous basis
Prevents you from reinventing the wheel for project management

Benefits for Individuals
If you are starting out in Project Management, formal PRINCE2 training and certification will give you the foundational process model for managing a project that will prove indispensable as you move along your project management career.
Be recognized around the world with a global qualification which clearly demonstrates your ability to apply best practice approaches to managing projects
A best-practice framework that ensures successful project management
Improved project delivery and enhanced career advancement

Benefits of PRINCE2® Certification
PRINCE2 will help you control an ever changing environment by providing the essential governance toolkit for any project manager. There are two PRINCE2 qualifications: PRINCE2 Foundation and PRINCE2 Practitioner.

PRINCE2 certification allows you to immediately apply the PMBOK knowledge in ways that will elevate you as a Project Manager and the projects you manage

AXELOS formally recognizes project managers with relevant previous experience and specified certification from either PMI or IPMA and permits them to study for PRINCE2 Practitioner level without the need to take the PRINCE2 Foundation exam first.

Course Outline
1 – OVERVIEW
Topic A: Introduction to PRINCE2 Practitioner
Topic B: Principles, Themes, Processes, and Products
Topic C: The Project Environment
2 – BUSINESS CASE THEME (BC)
Topic A: What is a Business Case?
Topic B: Outputs, Outcomes, Benefits, and Dis-Benefits
Topic C: Business Case in the Project Lifecycle
3 – ORGANIZATION THEME (OR)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Management
Topic C: The Project Board
Topic D: The Project Manager
Topic E: Organization in the Project Lifecycle
4 – QUALITY THEME (QU)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Quality Management
Topic C: Project Product Description
5 – PLANS THEME (PL)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Plan Types
Topic C: Plans in the Project Lifecycle
6 – RISK THEME (RK)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Risk Management Procedure
7 – CHANGE THEME (CH)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Issues
Topic C: Configuration Management
8 – PROGRESS THEME (PG)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Stages
Topic C: Tolerances
Topic D: Progress Control
9 – STARTING UP A PROJECT (SU)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Process
10 – DIRECTING A PROJECT (DP)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Process
11 – INITIATING A PROJECT (IP)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Process
Topic C: Strategies
Topic D: Create the Project Plan
12 – CONTROLLING A STAGE (CS)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Process
13 – MANAGING PRODUCT DELIVERY (MP)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Process
14 – MANAGING A STAGE BOUNDARY (SB)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Process
15 – CLOSING A PROJECT (CP)
Topic A: Context
Topic B: Process

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