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PRINCE2 Foundation
 
Target Audience:  

This course would benefit all members in a project team (administrators, coordinators, managers), practising project managers and programme managers. Due to the generic nature of this course, it is also suitable for general managers, staff in a supporting role, and those who wish to gain formal recognition of their skills by taking the PRINCE2® Foundation examination.

 
   
Objectives:  

All delegates will sit the PRINCE2® Foundation examination (a multiple choice paper) in the late afternoon of the third day of the course.

 
   
Prerequisites:  

For managers newly appointed to project roles or those wishing to gain a formal qualification.  A general understanding of the principles of project management is desirable.

 
   
 
       
     
  Duration: 3 Days
  Cost: £1095 + VAT
     
 
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PRINCE2®

  • Background & Objectives
  • Benefits
  • Scope
  • Structure
 

Project Organisation

  • Organisational Structure
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • The Project Board
  • The Project Manager
  • Team Management.
  • Project Assurance
  • Project Support
  • Supplier Relationships
 

Planning

  • Purpose & Importance
  • Components & Types of Plan
  • Planning Techniques
  • Product Based Planning
  • The Steps in Planning
 

Project Control

  • Work Package Authorisation
  • Stage Assessments
  • Establishing Project & Stage Tolerance
  • Checkpoints & Highlight Reports
  • Handling Exception Situations
  • Project Issues
  • Project Reporting
 
   

Risk Management

  • Types of Business & Project Risk
  • Risk Analysis & Management
  • The Risk Log
 

Quality

  • Ensuring Quality
  • Quality Planning
  • Product Descriptions
  • Quality Control & Quality Review
 

Change Control & Configuration Management

  • Change Control Steps
  • Authority Levels
  • Analysing the Impact Configuration Management
 

Processes

  • Starting up & Initiating a Project
  • Directing a Project
  • Managing Stage Boundaries
  • Controlling a Stage
  • Managing Product Delivery
  • Closing a Project
  • Planning