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PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner (inc exams) (PBPP2FP) - Outline

Detailed Course Outline

Introduction to PRINCE2

  • A structured project management approach
  • Key elements of PRINCE2 and how they work together
  • Tailoring PRINCE2 for projects of varying sizes
  • The principles that guide good practises of PRINCE2

Building the Pre–Project Foundation

Starting up a project process

  • Determining project objectives and approach
  • Establishing the benefits and risks

Establishing the business case

  • Judging desirability, viability and achievability
  • Supporting decision–making in the business investment

Structuring the project management team

  • Defining and establishing the project’s structure
  • Ensuring appropriate governance
  • Representing stakeholders

Planning and Initiating a Project

Producing the Project Initiation Documentation

  • Planning project delivery and quality goals
  • Setting up the project management controls
  • Developing a robust business case
  • Assembling the Project Initiation Documentation (PID)

Designing the controls of the project

  • Creating the project plan
  • Identifying the project stages
  • Establishing tolerance criteria
  • Creating monitoring and reporting mechanisms

The PRINCE2 approach to planning

  • Establishing the planning levels
  • Employing product–based planning
  • Creating the Product Breakdown Structure (PBS) and Product Flow Diagram (PFD)
  • Establishing product descriptions

Applying risk assessment to decision–making

  • Analysing the risks
  • Devising risk responses
  • Ongoing management of risk

Managing the Project

Controlling a stage process

  • Assigning work, monitoring and reporting progress
  • Dealing with issues and taking corrective actions
  • Handling the day–to–day management of the stage

Driving the product delivery process

  • Controlling the link between the project manager and the team manager
  • Accepting and executing the Work Packages
  • Handing the product back to the project manager

Change control and the approach to quality

  • Creating and verifying products that are fit for purpose
  • Incorporating issues and change control
  • Keeping products safe

Managing the project stage boundaries

  • Assuring the project board of stage completion
  • Preparing the next stage plan
  • Testing to ensure the business case is sound

The Final Stage

Closing the project

  • Accepting the Project Product
  • Achieving the PID objectives

Identifying follow–on actions

  • Planning to measure benefit delivery
  • Evaluating the project and improving future performance through lessons learned

Foundation and Practitioner Exams

Preparing for the exams

  • Gaining insight into the exam process
  • Applying proven tips for exam success
  • Practising with test questions and mock papers

Foundation Exam: Day 4

  • Taking the exam
  • Obtaining your Foundation Exam results

Practitioner Exam: Day 5

  • Taking the exam
  • Completing the necessary Examination Institute paperwork
 
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