Prince2® 2017 Foundation Training

Prince2® 2017 Foundation Training

As the most practised method for project management in the world, PRINCE2® training is a solid investment for those working in, or looking to work in, such roles. Foundation level PRINCE2® training will equip you with the knowledge needed to work effectively as part of a project management team within an environment supporting PRINCE2®. It's the ideal first step for those new to project management, who prefer to learn outside of the classroom, when and where is convenient to them.

What Will I Learn?

Developed by leading best practice solutions provider Axelos, PRINCE2® offers a practical, flexible and scalable methodology for project management. At Foundation level you'll be introduced to the seven core Principles (the 'why'), Themes (the 'what') and Processes (the 'how') that make up Prince2, and develop an understanding of how these can be applied to any project.

Why Choose PRINCE2® 2017?

PRINCE2® 2017 is the latest update to the PRINCE2® methodology – the first major update since 2009. There's a stronger focus on tailoring Prince2, as well as more guidance given on its practical application, to ensure the most effective results for every business, organisation and project.

If you're new to PRINCE2®, it makes sense to invest in the most recent version. It's also recommended that those who currently hold PRINCE2® 2009 certification should familiarise themselves with the updated methodology, although taking the exam is not required.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

Follow the Foundation level PRINCE2® 2017 courseware to gain a good grounding in the world's most widely used project management methodology:

  • Understand the concept of PRINCE2® and what it's designed to achieve.
  • Learn about the core PRINCE2® Principles which include; continued business justification, learn from experience, defined roles and responsibilities, manage by stages, manage by exception, focus on products, and tailor to suit the product.
  • See how the seven PRINCE2® Principles support the PRINCE2® method.
  • Gain an understanding of the PRINCE2® Themes including business case, organisation, quality, plans, risk, change and progress.
  • Continue to look at how the seven Themes can be applied throughout the project.
  • Follow the project lifecycle through the seven PRINCE2® Processes; starting a project, directing a project, initiating a project, controlling a stage, managing product delivery, managing stage boundaries and closing a project.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

  • Gain a Foundation level understanding of PRINCE2® with this easy to access courseware.
  • PRINCE2® 2017 is the latest official update to this unrivalled best practice in project management, and the first major revision of PRINCE2® since 2009.
  • No entry requirements.
  • An ideal staff training investment for businesses who follow the PRINCE2® methodology.
  • A solid addition to the CV of any individual in, or hoping to move into, any role with aspects of project management involved.
  • PRINCE2® can be tailored to the needs of any organisation or project.
  • Confirm your knowledge by taking the Foundation level exam (not included).
  • A pre-requisite for achieving PRINCE2® Practitioner status.
  • Online courseware means that students can learn when and where is convenient.
  • Axelos, the global best practice solutions provider responsible for developing PRINCE2®, also offers an online membership service (payable) to assist you on your PRINCE2® journey.
  • Practitioners holding the current PRINCE2® certificate are not required to take the updated 2017 exams but are recommended to familiarise themselves with the new course material.

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Our PRINCE2® courses are offered in association with SPOCE Project Management Ltd.

Getting Started Module
  • Learning Objectives
  • What is a Project?
  • What is Project Management?
  • Why PRINCE2®?
  • Reasons Why Projects Fail?
  • Addressing Project Failure
  • What is a Programme
  • Projects in Context - Portfolio
  • Module Summary
Introduction to PRINCE2 Module
  • Introduction to PRINCE2®
  • PRINCE2 Background
  • PRINCE2 Structure
  • The Seven Principles
  • The Seven Themes
  • The Seven Processes
  • Process and Themes Integration
  • Process Model
  • Tailoring and Embedding
  • Module Summary
Processes SU and IP
  • SU Process - Activities
  • SU Process - Activities and Outputs
  • SU Process - Task
  • IP Process - Activities
  • IP Process - Activities and Outputs
  • IP Process - Task
  • Module Summary
Processes CS and MP
  • CS & MP Processes - Learning Objectives
  • CS Process - Activities
  • CS Process - Activities and Outputs
  • CS Process - Task
  • MP Process - Activities
  • MP Process - Activities and Outputs
  • MP Process - Task
  • Module Summary
Processes DP SB and CP
  • DP, SB & CP Processes - Learning Objectives
  • DP Process - Activities
  • DP Process - Activities and Outputs
  • DP Process - Task
  • SB Process - Activities
  • SB Process - Activities and Outputs
  • SB Process - Task
  • CP Process - Activities
  • CP Process - Activities & Outputs
  • CP Process - Task
  • Process / Timeline Relationship
  • Module Summary
Organization Theme
  • Organization Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Organization Theme and the Principles
  • The Four Levels of Management
  • The Project Management Team
  • Project Board
  • User and Supplier Groups
  • Project Assurance
  • Change Authority and Change Budget
  • Project Manager
  • Team Manager
  • Project Support
  • Tailoring Organization
  • Module Summary
Business Case Theme
  • Business Case Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Business Case Theme and the Principles
  • Definition: Output, Outcome, Benefit and Dis-benefit
  • Types of Business Case
  • Tailoring Project and Programme Business Cases
  • Business Case Development Path and Benefits Management Approach
  • Benefits Management Approach
  • Tailoring Business Case
  • Module Summary
Risk Theme
  • Learning Objectives
  • Risk Theme and the Principles
  • Threats and Opportunities
  • Risk Management Approach
  • Risk Register
  • Risk Management Procedure Technique
  • Risk Response Types
  • Risk Budget
  • Tailoring Risk
  • Module Summary
Plans Theme
  • Plans Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Plans Theme and the Principles
  • Plans Defined
  • Plan Purpose and the 3 Levels of Plan
  • PRINCE2 Approach to Product-Based Planning
  • Management Stages VS Delivery Steps
  • Defining & Anlyzing the Products
  • Product Breakdown Structure
  • Product Description
  • Example Product Flow Diagram
  • Identifying Activities & Dependencies
  • Preparing Estimates
  • Preparing A Schedule
  • Resourcing the Plan
  • Analyze Risks to the Plan
  • Documenting a Plan
  • MoSCoW Prioritization Technique
  • Tailoring Plans
  • Module Summary
Quality Theme
  • Quality Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Quality Theme and the Principles
  • Quality Defined
  • Project Assurance VS Quality Assurance
  • PRINCE2 Approach to Quality
  • The Quality Audit Trail
  • Customer Quality Expectations, Acceptance Criteria and the Project Product Description
  • Quality Management Approach
  • Product Description
  • Quality Responsibilities
  • Quality Register
  • Quality Control - Quality Methods
  • Quality Review Technique
  • Quality Review Team Roles
  • Quality Review Technique
  • Tailoring Quality
  • Module Summary
Change Theme
  • Change Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Change Theme and the Principles
  • Management Products and Baselines
  • Why Manage Change?
  • Change Control Approach
  • Types of Issue
  • Issue and Change Control
  • Change Authority and Change Budget
  • Issue and Change Control Procedure Technique
  • Issue Register and Issue Report
  • Configuration or Asset Management
  • Tailoring Change
  • Module Summary
Progress Theme
  • Progress Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Progress Theme and the Principles
  • Delegating Authority via Tolerance
  • Project Controls
  • Decision Points for Progress Control
  • Control Types and Baselines
  • Workpackage - Baseline for Control
  • Management Products for Reporting
  • Checkpoint Report
  • Highlight Report
  • Exception Report
  • Raising Exceptions
  • Tailoring Progress
  • Module Summary
Course Code
EC113217
Type
Online Course
Course Access
6 Months
Exams Included
No
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