Foundation Level Exam Preparation Course
PRINCE2 (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is a process-based method for effective project management. It is a de facto standard used extensively by the UK Government and is widely recognised and used in the private sector, both in the UK and internationally.
PRINCE2 FOUNDATION EXAM
The Foundation Level Exam is the first of the two PRINCE2 Examinations you are required to pass to become a PRINCE2 Practitioner. This level is aiming to measure whether a candidate would be able to act as an informed member of a project management team using the PRINCE2 method within a project environment supporting PRINCE2. To this end they need to show they understand the principles and terminology of the method, specifically, candidates must be able to:
• Describe the purpose and major content of all roles, the seven principles, the seven themes and the seven processes.
• State which management products are input to, and output from the seven processes.
• State the main purpose, and key contents, of the major management products.
• State the relationships between processes, deliverables, roles and the management dimensions of a project.
ABOUT THIS PREPARATION COURSE
This preparation course is not only aimed at how you pass the exam but also know how you use PRINCE2 in your project management practices. At the end of this course you will be able to –
• Develop fundamental project management concepts and relate them with PRINCE2;
• Understand the Differences between PRINCE2, PMI and PMBOK Methodologies;
• Know all the principles, processes and themes of PRINCE2;
• Know the scopes of using of Microsoft Project in PRINCE2;
• Know how to manage and direct a project in PRINE2 way;
• Know how to pass the exam at first chance.
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