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    PRINCE2® Practitioner E-Learning | English

    Learn the key concepts including Principles, Themes, and Processes

    Included in Training Price:

    • 3 months access to the MaxLearning Academy
    • 14+ hours of online training content
    • Access to the Maxpert Academy's Social Communication Channels
    • Accessible through multiple devices
    • PMI Certification Participants earn up to 19,5 PDUs 

    Training Price from: € 240,- VAT excl.
    Exam fee: € 390,- VAT excl.

     

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    Content

    Course Outline

    Module 1: Introduction to PRINCE2 Practitioner
    This module introduces the outline, aims, and objectives of the course. It includes a video explanation of how to navigate the course, along with a lesson plan and a list of course benefits.

    Module 2: The Principles of PRINCE2
    This module outlines the Principles of PRINCE2 and asks learners to apply them in different contexts.

    Module 3: Business Case
    This module sets out the requirements of the Business Case Theme, an essential part of any PRINCE2 project. The roles and responsibilities within the Business Case Theme are covered, along with the outputs and outcomes.

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the Business Case Theme, based on their contexts and requirements. 

    Module 4: Organization
    This module focuses on the Organization Theme, including the roles and responsibilities of the Theme as well as the project team structure.

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the Organization Theme based on their contexts, principles, and requirements. 

    Module 5: Quality
    This module focuses on the Quality Theme, including the roles and responsibilities involved. It covers the key activities, including quality planning, control, and assurance. The importance of product descriptions, project descriptions, and quality registers is also explained.

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the Quality Theme based on their contexts, principles, and requirements. 

    Module 6: Plans
    This module focuses on the Plans Theme, including the roles and responsibilities involved. It covers the recommended approach to planning. The importance of project plans, stage plans, and team plans is also explained.

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the Plans Theme based on their contexts, principles, and requirements. 

    Module 7: Risk
    This module focuses on the Risk Theme, including the roles and responsibilities involved. It covers the recommended risk management procedure. The risk management approach and risk register are also explained.

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the Risk Theme based on their contexts, principles, and requirements. 

    Module 8: Change
    This module focuses on the Change Theme, including the roles and responsibilities involved. It covers the recommended issue and change control procedures. The change control approach, configuration item record, and issue register are also explained.

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the Change Theme based on their contexts, principles, and requirements.

    Module 9: Progress
    This module focuses on the Progress Theme, including the roles and responsibilities involved. It covers tolerances and raising exceptions. The various reports, including the checkpoint report, daily log, and end project report, are also explained.

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the Progress Theme based on their contexts, principles, and requirements. 

    Module 10: The Process Model
    This module focuses on the fundamentals of the Process Model. The interactions between the seven PRINCE2 Processes are also examined.

    Module 11: Starting up a Project
    This module explains the activities, actions, and processes of Starting Up a Project (SU). These include:

    • Appointing the project manager, executive, and project management team
    • Preparing the Outline Business Case (OBC)
    • Planning the initiation management stage, including understanding the roles and responsibilities required for the project

    Module 12: Directing a Project
    This module explains the activities, actions, and processes of Directing a Project (DP). These include:

    • Authorize initiation, project, stage, or exception plan
    • Authorize project closure, including understanding the roles and responsibilities involved

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the DP Process. They will be asked to consider the context, principles, and purpose of the Process. 

    Module 13: Initiating a Project
    This module explains the activities, actions, and processes of Initiating a Project (IP). These include:

    • Preparing risk management, change control, quality management, and communications management approaches
    • Creating the business plan and refining the business case
    • Assembling the project initiation document, including understanding the roles and responsibilities required

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the IP Process. They will be asked to consider the context, principles, and purpose of the Process.

    Module 14: Controlling a Stage
    This module explains the activities, actions, and processes of Controlling a Stage (CS), including Work Packages. These include:

    • Authorizing Work Packages, reviewing their status, and receiving completed Work Packages
    • Monitoring and reporting activities, including reacting to report highlights and escalating risks and issues

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the CS Process. They will be asked to consider the context, principles, and purposes of the Process. 

    Module 15: Manage Product Delivery
    This module explains the activities, actions, and processes of Managing Product Delivery (MP). These include:

    • Accepting and executing a Work Package
    • Delivering a Work Package, including understanding the roles and responsibilities required

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the MP Process. They will be asked to consider the context, principles, and purpose of the Process. 

    Module 16: Managing a Stage Boundary
    This module explains the activities, actions, and processes of Managing a Stage Boundary (SB). These include:

    • Planning the next management stage
    • Updating the project plan and business case
    • Producing an exception plan, including understanding the roles and responsibilities required

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the SB Process. They will be asked to consider the context, principles, and purpose of the Process. 

    Module 17: Closing a Project
    This module explains the activities, actions, and processes of Closing a Project (CP). These include:

    • Preparing planned and premature closure
    • Handing over products and evaluating the project
    • Recommending project closure, including understanding the roles and responsibilities required

    Learners will be asked to analyze effective approaches to applying the CP Process. They will be asked to consider the context, principles, and purpose of the Process.

    Practice Exam Simulators
    Learners are given the opportunity to put their skills into practice using simulations of the official PRINCE2 Practitioner exam. Correct answers and their rationale are given, along with explanations in the context of the course content.

    Attendees

    Individuals in multiple general project roles can benefit from the course, including:

    • Project Managers
    • Project Coordinators
    • Project Administrators
    • Project Analysts
    • Project Support Officers

    Learning Objective

    Take control of your project management career with our PRINCE2 Practitioner certification course!

    Developed over 30 years with the experience and insight of many highly successful modern businesses, ‘Projects IN Controlled Environments (PRINCE2)’ is one of the world's most widely-used project management methodologies. Its flexible approach can be tailored to any type of project within any industry, and can even be combined with other popular methodologies such as Agile.

    This PRINCE2 Practitioner online training course includes a quick recap of the PRINCE2 methodology. It then delivers in-depth training on how it can be tailored to real-life projects. By the end of the course, students will be fully prepared to sit and pass the PRINCE2 Practitioner examination.

    Principle

    This PRINCE2 Practitioner online course briefly covers the key concepts of the methodology. This includes PRINCE2’s Principles, Themes, and Processes. It then delves deeper into the practical application of PRINCE2 using a sample business scenario.

    The course also includes multiple case studies. These demonstrate how the methodology can be adapted and tailored to suit multiple project types within an organization.

    This course features interactive videos, scenario-based examples, gamified knowledge checks, mock exams, and more. All our learning assets are designed to help you learn and retain the training content as effectively as possible.

    PMI® Re-certification | PDUs

    Maxpert GmbH is an authorised training partner of PMI

    PMI-Certified participants will receive PDUs for participating in the PRINCE2® 6th Edition Practitioner E-Learning as part of their PMI-Re-certification.

     

    Certification Technical Leadership Strategic Total
    PMP®, PgMP® und CAPM® 16,5 0,0 3,0 19,5
    PMI_ACP® 0,0 0,0 3,0 3,0
    PMI_RMP® 2,0 0,0 3,0 5,0
    PMI_SP® 2,0 0,0 3,0 5,0
    PfMP® 0,0 0,0 3,0 3,0
    PMI_PBA® 0,0 0,0 3,0 3,0

     

    Remote Proctor Now

    In order to sit the PRINCE2 Practitioner examination, you must produce proof of one of the following qualifications:

    • PRINCE2 Foundation – This applies to certificates received after 1st Jan 2009.
    • PRINCE2 Agile Foundation Project Management Professional (PMP)
    • Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)
    • IPMA Level A (Certified Project Director)
    • IPMA Level B (Certified Senior Project Manager)
    • IPMA Level C (Certified Project Manager)
    • IPMA Level D (Certified Project Management Associate)

    Exam

    Practitioner Exam:

    • Objective testing
    • 68 questions per paper
    • Pass mark is 38/68 or 55%
    • 150 minutes (2.5 hours) including additional reading time
    • Open book (only the official PRINCE2 manual)
    • Online proctored exam

    Exam language

    English

    Examination institute

    PeopleCert

    Training Price/€ Offer / Booking
    PRINCE2® 6th Edition Practitioner E-Learning - Englisch (3 Monate Zugang zur Maxpert Akademie) 240,00

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