Prince 2 Training
PRINCE2 (PRojects IN Controlled Environments), is a widely used project management method that navigates you through all the essentials for running a successful project.
PRINCE2 (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is a flexible method and is aimed at all types of projects. The development of PRINCE2 from the earlier PRINCE method was driven by user based improvements, project management specialists and a review panel of 150 public and private sector organizations. This end result is a generic best practice tool which is flexible enough to be tailored to your organization and used successfully for all types of project. PRINCE2 is a process-based, scalable approach for effective IT project management. The Office of Government Commerce (OGC) developed PRINCE2 in the mid-’80s specifically for IT projects. With a direct relationship with the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL®), the framework is public domain and offers non-proprietary guidance on project management.
- PRINCE2® 7 x principles,7 x themes, and 7 x processes
- The purpose and responsibilities of all PRINCE2® project roles
- Product based Planning and Quality Review Techniques
- Purpose of all management products
- Management product alignment with the 7 principles
No previous project management experience is required.
What you will learn:
- Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2® 2009 Edition – Office of Government Commerce (OGC) Manual
- Pre-Course Materials
- Foundation Course Manual
- Sample Foundation questions provided by the APM Group, the administrators of PRINCE2®
- Study Aids
Delegates will write a 1 hour, closed book Foundation examination which takes place in the form of 70 multiple-choice questions during the afternoon of the last day of the course. Delegates require 35 marks or more to pass (50%).
At the Institute of Software Technologies, we have a flexible training schedule that suits your availability.
You can choose from the following available options:
- Day Classes: 9am-11am.
- Evening Class: 6pm-8pm.
- Saturday classes: 9am-4pm.
- Next Available Class.
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