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PRINCE2 Practitioner (inc exam) (PPMP2PP)

Detailed Course Outline

Navigating the PRINCE2 Process Model

  • Starting up and initiating a project
    • Testing project viability
    • Writing the project product description
    • Defining and refining the business case
    • Setting up project management controls and strategies
    • Tailoring the method to the project
    • Assembling project initiation documentation
  • Controlling a stage and managing product delivery
    • Assigning work to be done, monitoring the work and reporting progress
    • Dealing with issues and taking corrective actions
    • Controlling the link between the project manager and team manager
    • Accepting and executing work packages
  • Managing a stage boundary, closing a project and directing a project
    • Preparing for an end stage assessment
    • Getting ready for the final meeting of the project board
    • Directing the project by exception

Clarifying the PRINCE2 Themes

  • Developing and maintaining the business case
    • Planning project delivery and quality goals
    • Verifying and confirming a robust business case
    • Assembling the project initiation documentation (PID)
  • Appointing project organisation roles
    • Defining and establishing the project's structure of accountability and responsibility
    • Representing business, user and supplier stakeholders
    • Allocating the four levels of management
    • Agreeing on project authorities
  • Planning a project with PRINCE2
    • Defining the seven steps in creating a PRINCE2 plan
    • Specifying the contents of a plan
    • Establishing the planning levels
    • Employing product-based planning
    • Establishing product descriptions
  • Tracking project progress
    • Monitoring the project stages
    • Determining project performance targets
    • Managing tolerance criteria
    • Time
    • Cost
    • Scope
    • Quality
    • Risk
    • Benefit
    • Creating, monitoring and reporting mechanisms

Documenting the Management Strategies

  • Managing risks
    • Analysing the risks
    • Evaluating risk exposure
    • Deciding on risk responses
    • Developing a plan for ongoing risk management
  • Assuring product quality
    • Creating and verifying products that are fit for purpose
    • Following the quality audit trail
    • Conducting a quality review
  • Controlling and authorising change
    • Incorporating change control and configuration management
    • Applying change management procedures

Preparing for the Exam

  • Analysing objective test exam question types
    • Classical multiple choice
    • Multiple response
    • Matching
    • Sequencing
    • Assertion/Reason
  • Developing your exam techniques
    • Practising with test questions and mock papers
    • Managing your time to optimise exam completion
  • Completing the Practitioner
    • Applying proven tips for exam success
    • Taking the exam
    • Completing the necessary APMG paperwork