Prince2 Certification | Prince2 foundation training course 2017

PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner Certification Training

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With all global companies looking to employ project managers, equip yourself with project management skills with AcadGild's PRINCE2® Certification Training, accredited by AXELOS. Master the project management framework with structured, tried and tested methodologies along with the PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner Training Certification Course and from AcadGild.

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Course Overview
Introduction to Project Management
Get introduced to Project management through PRINCE2®. Know about the structure, benefits, and processes of PRINCE2®. Learn about the business cases and development path.
Starting a Project
Understand the purpose, objectives, and overview of project management. Know how to organize and support a project.
Strategy Building
Gain an in-depth understanding of the strategies of risk management, configuration management, quality management and project control methods.
Directing a project
Understand the processes involved in project closure and risk analysis. Manage risks and progress of a project. Learn how to handle issues, changes, product deliveries, quality and project closure.
Tailoring PRINCE2®
Know how to tailor PRINCE2® in a project environment. Learn about the customer-supplier relationships, business cases, quality, changes in projects and application of PRINCE2® in different cases.
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Course Syllabus
  • Ownership Distinction
  • Introduction
  • Course Objectives
  • The Importance of Projects
  • What is a Project ?
  • Characteristics of a Project
  • Why Projects Fail?
  • Why Have a Project Management Method ?
  • Bene fits of Methodologies
  • What Does a Project Manager Do? Six Aspects of Project Performance
  • What is PRINCE2? Why PRINCE2? Structure of PRINCE2
  • Bene fits of PRINCE2
  • Brief History of PRINCE2
  • PRINCE2 Processes Introduction
  • The PRINCE2 Journey
  • Key to Process Diagrams
  • PRINCE2 Themes
  • PRINCE2 Themes Summary
  • Tailoring Themes
  • PRINCE2 Principles Introduction
  • Continued Business Justi fication
  • Learn from Experience
  • De fined Roles and Responsibilities
  • Manage by Stages
  • Structure of a PRINCE2 Project
  • Manage by Exception
  • Focus on Products
  • Tailor to Suit the Project Environment
  • What PRINCE2 Does Not Provide
  • Purpose
  • What is a Business Case? Outputs
  • Outcomes and Bene fits
  • Development Path
  • Developing
  • Verifying and Maintaining
  • Con firming the Bene fits
  • Benefits Review Plan
  • Contents
  • Responsibilities
  • Purpose
  • Objectives
  • Context
  • Starting Up a Project Overview
  • Appoint the Executive and the Project Manager
  • Capture Previous Lessons
  • Design and Appoint Project Management Team
  • Prepare the Outline Business Case
  • Select the Project Approach & Assemble the Project Brief
  • Plan the Initiation Stage
  • Themes in SU
  • Purpose
  • De finitions
  • Three Project Interests
  • Organization Levels
  • Project Management Team
  • Project Board
  • Project Board Roles
  • Project Assurance
  • Change Authority
  • Project Manager
  • Team Manager
  • Project Support
  • Stakeholders
  • Communication Management Strategy
  • Responsibilities
  • Purpose
  • Objectives
  • Context
  • Activities
  • Prepare the Risk Management Strategy
  • Prepare the Con figuration Management Strategy
  • Prepare the Quality Management Strategy
  • Prepare the Communication Strategy
  • Set Up The Project Controls
  • Create the Project Plan
  • Re fine the Business Case
  • Assemble the PID
  • Themes in IP
  • Purpose and Objectives
  • Context
  • Activities
  • Authorize Initiation
  • Authorize the Project
  • Authorize a Stage or Exception Plan
  • Give Ad Hoc Direction
  • Authorize Project Closure
  • Themes in DP
  • Purpose
  • Plans De fined
  • Levels of Plans
  • Project Plan
  • Stage Plan
  • Team Plan
  • Exception Plan
  • Approach
  • Design the Plan
  • Design and Analyze the Products
  • Product-based Planning
  • Product Based Planning Example
  • Purpose
  • What is a Risk? What is Risk Management? Management of Risk Principles
  • Risk Management Strategy
  • Risk Tolerance and Risk Appetite
  • Risk Register
  • Risk Management Procedure
  • Identify
  • Risk - Identify
  • Assess (Estimate)
  • Summary Risk Pro file
  • Assess (Evaluate)
  • Plan
  • Plan (Risk Responses)
  • Implement
  • Communicate
  • Risk Budget
  • Responsibilities
  • Purpose
  • Progress Controls
  • Exceptions and Tolerances
  • Approach to Progress
  • Delegating Authority
  • Management Stages
  • Management Stages Vs Technical Stages
  • Event-driven and Time-driven Controls
  • Raising Exceptions
  • Responsibilities
  • Change
  • Types of Issues
  • Establishing Controls
  • Con figuration Management Strategy
  • Con figuration Management Procedure
  • Issue and Change Control Procedure
  • Management by Exception
  • Responsibilities
  • CS: Purpose
  • CS: Objectives
  • Context
  • Activities
  • Authorize a Work Package
  • Review Work Package Status
  • Receive Completed Work Packages
  • Review Stage Status
  • Report Highlights
  • Capture and Examine Project Issues
  • Escalating Issues and Risks
  • Taking Corrective Action
  • Themes in CS
  • Managing Product Delivery
  • Purpose
  • Objectives
  • Context
  • Activities
  • Plan the Next Stage
  • Update the Project Plan
  • Update the Business Case
  • Report Stage End
  • Produce an Exception Plan
  • Themes in SB
  • Purpose
  • De finitions
  • Approach to Quality
  • Quality Planning
  • Customer Quality Expectation/Acceptance Criteria
  • Project Product Description
  • Quality Management Strategy
  • Product Descriptions
  • Quality Register
  • Quality Control
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Review Technique- Roles
  • Steps
  • Responsibilities
  • Purpose
  • Objectives
  • Context
  • Activities
  • Prepare Planned Closure
  • Prepare Premature Close
  • Hand Over Products
  • Evaluate the Project
  • Recommend Project Closure
  • Tailoring PRINCE2
  • Exam Instructions
  • Introduction- New Format (1st Jan 2013)
  • Practitioner Exam Objective
  • Practitioner Topics
  • Structure of the Exam
  • Types of Practitioner Questions
  • Classic Multiple Choice Questions
  • Multiple Response Questions
  • Matching Questions
  • Sequencing Matching
  • Assertion/Reason Questions
  • Exam Instructions
  • Tailoring PRINCE2 Introduction
  • Approach
  • Small Projects
  • Large Projects
  • Embedding and Tailoring
  • Customer/Supplier Relationship - Themes
  • Processes
  • Management Products
  • Business Case Development Path
  • Developing
  • Verifying and Maintaining
  • Con firming the Bene fits
  • Contents
  • Responsibilities
  • Programe Vs. Project
  • Quality Approach to Quality
  • Quality Planning
  • Quality Control
  • CQE/AC
  • Project Product Description
  • Quality Management Strategy
  • Product Descriptions
  • Writing the Product Descriptions
  • Quality- Product Descriptions
  • Quality Review Technique
  • Roles
  • Steps
  • Responsibilities
  • Risk Management Inherent
  • Secondary and Residual
  • Change Change De fined
  • Types of Issues
  • Establishing Controls
  • Issue and Change Control Procedure
  • Issues responsibilities
  • Management Products - Benefits Review Plan
  • Checkpoint Report
  • Configuration Item Record
  • Daily Log
  • End Project Report
  • Exception Report
  • Highlight Report
  • Issue Register
  • Lessons Log
  • Lessons Report
  • Plans
  • Product Status Account
  • Risk Register
  • Work Package
  • Introduction to PRINCE2
  • Business Case
  • Starting Up a Project (SU)
  • Organization
  • Initiating a Project
  • Directing a Project
  • Plans
  • Risk
  • Progress
  • Change
  • Controlling a Stage
  • Managing Stage Boundaries
  • Quality
  • Closing a Project
  • Exam Information
  • Additional Material
  • Introduction to PRINCE2
  • Business Case
  • Starting Up a Project (SU)
  • Organization
  • Initiating a Project
  • Directing a Project
  • Change
  • Controlling a Stage
  • Managing Stage Boundaries
  • Quality
  • Closing a Project
  • Exam Information
  • Additional Material
  • Additional Material (Contd.)
  • Additional Material (Contd.)
  • Additional Material (Contd.)
Customers Feedback
FAQ's
No, there is no mandatory qualification required for the certification. Anybody interested in project management can do the course. However, it is suggested that you be a part of a project management environment before opting for the certification. For the PRINCE2® Practitioner exam you need to qualify the PRINCE2® Foundation.
Yes, the examination fee for PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner is included in the course fee.
The format for PRINCE2® Foundation Exam is of Multiple-Choice format.
PRINCE2® is a globally recognized certificate program accredited by AXELOS encompassing various aspects of project management. It consists of 2 exams:
  • PRINCE2® Foundation Exam
  • PRINCE2® Practitioner Exam
This course will help you qualify for the PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner Exam in the first attempt itself. The course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the PRINCE2® methodologies.
The mentors are the PRINCE2® certified professionals possessing at least 10+ years of experience in Project Management.
For Online Mentor Driven Course you need:
  • A Windows or Mac machine.
  • An internet connection with a minimum speed of 500 KBPS

However, for the classroom program, you need not bring anything.

On successful completion of PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner exam, you will be awarded certificate from AXELOS.
You can access the study material and the video lectures for a period of 3 months after completion of the course.