PPM PRINCE2® 7 Practitioner

Course Code: CLAPROJ6065

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2 Day(s)

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12

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18/07/2024

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26/09/2024

WR1 - Worcester, WR1 3EE

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£1000*

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£1000*

12/12/2024

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£1000*

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Description

Who is this course for

The course will benefit project managers, team managers/leaders, project and quality assurance or support staff who wish to gain the Practitioner qualification in PRINCE2. It is also suitable for those wishing to gain a formal qualification after a couple of years of project management experience

Purpose of the course

The course thoroughly explains the PRINCE2 7 project management method and language. It will teach you how to tailor this methodology to suit your working environment and control your projects, regardless of size as PRINCE2 is fully scalable, bringing them in on time, within budget and quality requirements.

Prerequisites

A valid PRINCE 2 7 Foundation certificate.

Benefits for you as an individual

The course prepares you for the PRINCE2 7 Foundation and Practitioner exams; these qualifications are widely recognised in all industry sectors. Attendees will understand the process advocated by the latest iteration of the PRINCE2 method and the use of the included document templates.

Benefits for your organisation

Attendees should gain a good appreciation of the advantages to using a structured method such as PRINCE2. They will learn the distinct roles involved in a project management team and their individual responsibilities. They will learn how to proactively manage risk, change, progress, business case, plans and quality considerations, as well as understanding the minimum requirements of a PRINCE2 project in order to tailor it appropriately to suit their needs.

Understand how to apply the PRINCE2® principles in context

  • Analyse the application of PRINCE2® principles in context

Understand how to apply effective people management in successful projects

  • Assess whether an approach to leadership and management of teams is appropriate
  • Assess whether an approach to leadership and management of change within a project, and people affected by a project, is appropriate.
  • Apply the approach to communications and people central to the method
  • Apply the key management products required to support the people element of projects

Understand how to apply and tailor relevant aspects of PRINCE2® practices in context

  • Apply the PRINCE2® ‘business case’ practice
  • Analyse whether an approach to applying the ‘business case’ practice is effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: the PRINCE2® principles, and the effective management and associated techniques of the practice, and tailoring to the project’s environment/context
  • Apply the PRINCE2® ‘organising’ practice
  • Analyse whether an approach to applying the ‘organising’ practice is effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: the PRINCE2® principles, and the effective management and associated techniques of the practice, and tailoring to the project’s environment/context.
  • Apply the PRINCE2® ‘plans’ practice
  • Analyse whether an approach to applying the ‘plans’ practice is effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: the PRINCE2® principles, and the effective management and associated techniques of the practice, and tailoring to the project’s environment/context
  • Apply the PRINCE2® ‘quality’ practice
  • Analyse whether an approach to applying the ‘quality’ practice is effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: the PRINCE2® principles, and the effective management and associated techniques of the practice, and tailoring to the project’s environment/context
  • Apply the PRINCE2® ‘risk’ practice
  • Analyse whether an approach to applying the ‘risk’ practice is effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: the PRINCE2® principles, and the effective management and associated techniques of the practice, and tailoring to the project’s environment/context
  • Apply the PRINCE2® ‘issues’ practice
  • Analyse whether an approach to applying the ‘issues’ practice is effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: the PRINCE2® principles, and the effective management and associated techniques of the practice, and tailoring to the project’s environment/context
  • Apply the PRINCE2® ‘progress’ practice
  • Analyse whether an approach to applying the ‘progress’ practice is effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: the PRINCE2® principles, and the effective management and associated techniques of the practice, and tailoring to the project’s environment/context

Understand how to apply (and tailor) relevant aspects of PRINCE2® processes in context.

  • Carry out the ‘starting up a project’ process,
  • Analyse whether the ‘starting up a project’ process activities, roles and responsibilities are effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: tailoring to the project’s environment/context, the PRINCE2® practices, and the purpose and objectives of the process
  • Carry out the ‘directing a project’ process
  • Analyse whether the ‘directing a project’ process activities, roles and responsibilities are effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: tailoring to the project’s environment/context, the PRINCE2® practices, and the purpose and objectives of the process.
  • Carry out the ‘initiating a project’ process
  • Analyse whether the ‘initiating a project’ process activities, roles and responsibilities are effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: tailoring to the project’s environment/context, the PRINCE2® practices, and the purpose and objectives of the process
  • Carry out the ‘controlling a stage’ process
  • Analyse whether the ‘controlling a stage’ process activities, roles and responsibilities are effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: tailoring to the project’s environment/context, the PRINCE2® practices, and the purpose and objectives of the process
  • Carry out the ‘managing product delivery’ process
  • Analyse whether the ‘managing product delivery’ process activities, roles and responsibilities are effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: tailoring to the project’s environment/context, the PRINCE2® practices, and the purpose and objectives of the process
  • Carry out the ‘managing a stage boundary’ process
  • Analyse whether the ‘managing a stage boundary’ process activities, roles and responsibilities are effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: tailoring to the project’s environment/context, the PRINCE2® practices, and the purpose and objectives of the process.
  • Carry out the ‘closing a project’ process
  • Analyse whether the ‘closing a project’ process activities, roles and responsibilities are effective and fit for purpose, taking into consideration: tailoring to the project’s environment/context, the PRINCE2® practices, and the purpose and objectives of the process.

Additional Exam Information

The Practitioner Exam is a 2 and a half hour Open book multiple choice exam. You will need to get 42 Marks out of 70 to pass


The PRINCE2 Practitioner certification will expire after 3 years. In order to maintain your qualification and ensure there are no gaps in your Practitioner status, you can either retake the PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam before the expiry date or maintain your certification through CPD points and a digital badge. If you choose to follow the CPD route you will need to purchase a subscription to My PRINCE2.



This course is eligible for the PeopleCert Take2 scheme, please discuss at point of booking if this is of interest to you.


If you are attending a Face to Face course your exam will be a paper-based exam during your course.


If you are attending a Virtual course you’ll be issued an exam voucher to take the exam at a time of your choosing. Please see PeopleCert’s website for the security requirements for the web based exam driver.


This course is eligible for the PeopleCert Take2 scheme, please discuss at point of booking if this is of interest to you.


Please note - it is compulsory to purchase the exam, although discretionary whether you take it.


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