PRINCE2 Practitioner Training

What will you learn from this PRINCE2 Practitioner Training course?

  • Demonstration of an efficient understanding about the complete knowledge and techniques by a PRINCE2 Practitioner.
  • Achieving an efficient preparation level for passing a PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam easily.

Course Requirements

  • The students should be a PMP Credential Holder or PRINCE2 Foundation Certified to be qualified for the PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam.

PRINCE2 Practitioner Training Course Details

In simple words, the PRINCE2 Foundation can be defined as a methodology that can be utilized in a controlled environment for improving the skills of project management. The PRINCE2 Practitioners are certified professionals who have all the skills that are needed for handling and managing the risks in an efficient manner. This wonderful course will not tell you about the advantages of the PRINCE2 methodologies, but also feature the perfect method for achieving the PRINCE2 Practitioner Examination. It is an extensive course that will make the students prepared to pass the PRINCE2 Practitioner Examination.

You should enroll in this course now and make your first step towards becoming a PRINCE2 Practitioner certified professional.

How to be a certified PRINCE2 Practitioner?

In order to become a certified PRINCE2 Practitioner, you should go through the content of the course and then practice the quizzes and case studies that are given at the end of every chapter. It will test your understanding in a better way. You can also watch the video again if you are stuck somewhere and then check out the PRINCE2 manual for making your understanding strong. In addition, we will also facilitate by us during the PRINCE2 Practitioner certification exam. The exam is administered by the Peoplecert and that’s why you can book it according to your convenience. In order to sit for this exam online, you should have a webcam and be ready to follow the strict guidelines that are set by the examination authority. If you are presently a PMP credential holder and want to claim PDUs, then signing up for this course will allow you to get 45 PDUs.

Please note: The cost for the certification exam, mock tests, and PDU certificate are excluded in the price of this wonderful PRINCE2 Practitioner Training course.

Who is the target audience?

  • All the professionals who have a deep desire in their heart to be a certified holder of PRINCE2 Practitioner.

PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam

Exam Syllabus
The purpose of the practitioner level is to confirm you have achieved sufficient understanding of how to apply and tailor PRINCE2 in scenario situations. The candidate must have passed the PRINCE2 Foundation exam prior to taking the Practitioner examination.

Specifically:

  • Produce detailed explanations of all principles, themes and processes and worked examples of all PRINCE2 products as they might be applied to address the particular circumstances of a given project scenario.
  • Show they understand the relationships between principles, themes and processes and PRINCE2 products and can apply this understanding.
  • Demonstrate that they understand the reasons behind the principles, themes and processes of PRINCE2, and that they understand the principles underpinning these elements.
  • Demonstrate their ability to tune PRINCE2 to different project circumstances.

The PRINCE2 Practitioner exam is in the “Objective Testing” format, a style of complex multiple-choice examination.

PRINCE2 Practitioner Examination Format

  • 8 questions – 10 question items per question, each worth one mark
  • 44 marks or more required to pass (out of 80 available) – 55%
  • Two-and-a-half hours (150 minutes) duration, no additional reading time
  • Open book exam (official PRINCE2 manual only)

Starting Course

1
Introduction – Section Overview and Objectives
2
Introduction – The Prince2 Processes
3
Appendices and Glossary
4
Principles – Overview and Objectives
5
Principles – Management Stages
6
Introduction to Prince2 Themes
7
Business Case – Overview and Objectives
8
Business Case – Developing
9
Business Case – Conforming
10
Business Case – Expected Benefits
11
Organization – Definition
12
Organization – Levels of Organization
13
Organization – Project Assurance
14
Organization – Project Support
15
Organization – Line Management
16
Quality – Overview and Objectives
17
Quality – Planning Purpose
18
Quality – Management Strategy
19
Quality – Control
20
Plans – Purpose of a Plan Theme
21
Plans – Approach to Plans
22
Plans – Define and Analyse the Product
23
Plans – Identify Activities and Dependencies
24
Risk – Overview and Objectives
25
Risk – Approaches to Risk
26
Risk – Procedure
27
Risk – Estimate
28
Risk – Planning
29
Risk – Implement
30
Change – Purpose
31
Change – Establish Controls
32
Change – Control Procedure
33
Progress – Purpose
34
Progress – Approach
35
Progress – Event Driven and Time Controls
36
Introduction to Processes – Initiation Stage
37
Introduction to Processes – Process Model
38
Starting up a Project – Purpose
39
Starting up a Project – Appoint a Executive and a Project Manager
40
Starting up a Project – Design and Appoint the Project Management Team
41
Directing a Project – Purpose
42
Directing a Project – Authorize Initiation
43
Initiating a Project – Purpose
44
Initiating a Project – Activities
45
Initiating a Project – Set up the Project Controls
46
Controlling a Stage – Purpose
47
Controlling a Stage – Authorized a Work Package
48
Controlling a Stage – Review the Stage Status
49
Managing Product Delivery – Purpose
50
Managing Product Delivery – Accept a Work Package
51
Managing a Stage Boundary – Overview and Objectives
52
Managing a Stage Boundary – Plan to Next Stage
53
Closing a Project – Purpose
54
Closing a Project – Prepare Plan Closure
55
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – What is it
56
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – Examples
57
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – Simple Project
58
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – Commercial Customer
59
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – Multi-Organization Projects
60
Case Study 1 – Question_Booklet
61
Case Study 1 – Scenario_Booklet
62
Case Study 1 – Marking_Scheme
63
Case Study 1 – Scenario
64
Case Study 1 – Organization Theme
65
Case Study 1 – Quality Theme
66
Case Study 1 – Starting up a Project
67
Case Study 1 – Additional Information
68
Case Study 1 – Risk Theme
69
Case Study 1 – Progress Theme
70
Case Study 1 – Directing a Project
71
Case Study 2 – Question_Booklet
72
Case Study 2 – Scenario_Booklet
73
Case Study 2 – Marking_Scheme
74
Case Study 2 – Scenario
75
Case Study 2 – Quality Theme
76
Case Study 2 – Plans Theme
77
Case Study 2 – Risk Theme
78
Case Study 2 – Change Theme
79
Case Study 2 – Progress Theme
80
Case Study 2 – Controlling a Stage
81
Introduction – Part 1
82
Introduction – Part 2
83
Principles – Part 1
84
Principles – Part 2
85
Introduction to PRINCE2 Themes
86
Business Case
87
Business Case – Part 1
88
Business Case – Part 2
89
Business Case – Part 3
90
Organization
91
Organization – Part 1
92
Organization – Part 2
93
Organization – Part 3
94
Organization – Part 4
95
Quality – Part 1
96
Quality – Part 2
97
Quality – Part 3
98
Quality – Part 4
99
Plans – Part 1
100
Plans – Part 2
101
Plans – Part 3
102
Plans – Part 4
103
Risk – Part 1
104
Risk – Part 2
105
Risk – Part 3
106
Risk – Part 4
107
Risk – Part 5
108
Risk – Part 6
109
Change – Part 1
110
Change – Part 2
111
Change – Part 3
112
Progress – Part 1
113
Progress – Part 2
114
Progress – Part 3
115
Introduction to Processes – Part 1
116
Introduction to Processes – Part 2
117
Starting up a Project – Part 1
118
Starting up a Project – Part 2
119
Starting up a Project – Part 3
120
Directing a Project – Part 1
121
Directing a Project – Part 2
122
Initiating a Project – Part 1
123
Initiating a Project – Part 2
124
Initiating a Project – Part 3
125
Controlling a Stage – Part 1
126
Controlling a Stage – Part 2
127
Controlling a Stage – Part 3
128
Managing Product Delivery – Part 1
129
Managing Product Delivery – Part 2
130
Managing a Stage Boundary – Part 1
131
Managing a Stage Boundary – Part 2
132
Closing a Project – Part 1
133
Closing a Project – Part 2
134
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – Part 1
135
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – Part 2
136
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – Part 3
137
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – Part 4
138
Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment – Part 5
139
Review Appreciated
140
Bonus Lecture on 45 PDUs Certification and Exam
141
Bonus Lecture on Prince2 Practitioner Training
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Duration: 10 hours
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Video: 9 hours
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