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Description

Tekslate PRINCE2 ( Projects IN Controlled Environments) certification training is globally recognized for its result-oriented approach to project management. Our industry-led trainers will help you master PRINCE2 and build a career in project management.

Key Features

  • 30 hours of Instructor Led Prince2 Training
  • Lifetime Access to Recorded Sessions
  • Practical Approach
  • 24/7 Support
  • Expert & Certified Trainers
  • Real World use cases and Scenarios
Trusted By Companies Worldwide

Course Overview

Upon the course completion, the trainee will be able to:

  • Understand controlling project start and closure by applying PRINCE2 principles

  • Able to perform regular progress reviews based on the project plan and business case

  • Perform communication between Project management and Stakeholders

  • Able to classify the project into manageable chunks

  • Learn to delegate, Monitor, and Control

  • Increase the Project Management skills and competencies of the organization's staff at every level.

  • Many top companies are incorporating PRINCE2 architectural principles and processes in their Project deployments, and this created more demand for professionals working on PRINCE2 worldwide.

  • The certified PRINCE2 Professionals are earning about $11,000 more than that non-certified peers earn per year.

  • The average salary of a certified PRINCE2 professional is   $85,800 per year.

  • Project Managers

  • PMO staff

  • Program managers

  • Project Management team members

  • Project Board members

  • Project management consultants

  • Quality consultant

  • Portfolio managers

  • Any professional who wish to be a Project Manager

There are no prerequisites to attend PRINCE2 certification training. But Individuals who are enthusiasts in learning PRINCE2  should pass the PRINCE2 Foundation exam.

Our trainers will help you master the concepts of PRINCE2 and helps you pass the certification exam at first attempt itself. We will provide you with two real-time projects during the training.

Course Curriculum

  • Organizational Challenges

  • Definition of Project

  • Need for Project Management Methodology

  • Introduction to PRINCE2

  • Six Aspects of Project

  • Structure of PRINCE2

  • Benefits of PRINCE2

  • Seven Principles of PRINCE2

  • Continued Business Justification

  • Learn From Experience

  • Roles and Responsibilities

  • Manage by Stages

  • Manage by Exception

  • Focus on Products

  • Tailor to Suit the Project Environment

  • PRINCE2 Themes—Introduction

  • Seven PRINCE2 Themes

  • Considerations for Applying PRINCE2 Themes

  • Purpose of Business Case Theme

  • Business Case—Introduction

  • Outputs, Outcomes and Benefits of a Project

  • The relationship between Outputs, Outcomes and Benefits

  • Benefits Review Plan

  • Business Case for Different Types of Projects

  • PRINCE2® Approach to the Business Case

  • Development of Business Case

  • Verify and Maintain Business Case

  • The content of Business Case

  • Roles and Responsibilities in Business Case Theme

  • Purpose of Organisation Theme

  • Programme—Introduction

  • Project—Introduction

  • Three Project Interests

  • Examples of Three Project Interests

  • PRINCE2® Approach to Organization

  • Levels of Organization

  • Project Management Team Structure

  • Role of Executive

  • Role of Project Manager

  • Role of Senior User

  • Role of Project Board

  • Role of Senior Supplier

  • Role of Project Assurance

  • Role of Change Authority

  • Role of Team Manager

  • Role of Project Support

  • Working with the Project Team

  • Working with the Corporate Organization

  • Working with Stakeholders

  • Procedure for Stakeholder Engagement

  • Procedure for Stakeholder Engagement—Example

  • Communication Management Strategy

  • Roles and Responsibilities in Organization Theme

  • Purpose of Quality Theme

  • Quality Term—Definition

  • Project vs Quality Assurance

  • PRINCE2® Approach to Quality

  • Quality Planning

  • Customer’s Quality Expectations

  • Customer’s Quality Expectations—Considerations

  • Acceptance Criteria

  • Project Product Description

  • Quality Management Strategy

  • Product Descriptions

  • Quality Method

  • Appraisal Method

  • Quality Responsibilities

  • Example of Quality Responsibilities

  • Quality Register

  • Example of Quality Register

  • Quality Control

  • Quality Review Techniques

  • Roles in Review Team

  • Review Preparation

  • Agenda of Review Meeting

  • Review Follow-up

  • Revisiting the Quality Review Technique

  • Benefits of Quality Review Technique

  • Revisiting the Quality Review Roles

  • Quality Records

  • Approval and Acceptance Records

  • Roles and Responsibilities in Quality Theme

  • Purpose of Plans Theme

  • Plans Terms—Definitions

  • Levels of Plan

  • Project Plan

  • Stage Plan

  • Team Plan

  • Exception Plans

  • PRINCE2® Approach to Plans

  • Design the Plan

  • Define and Analyse the Products

  • Identify Activities

  • Identify Dependencies

  • Identify Dependencies—Example

  • Prepare the Estimates

  • Prepare the Schedule

  • Analyze the Risks

  • Document the Plan

  • Benefits of Product-based Planning Technique

  • Product-based Planning—Scenario

  • Example of Product-based Planning—Project Product Description

  • Example of Product-based Planning—Product Breakdown Structure

  • Example of Product-based Planning—Product Flow Diagram

  • Roles and Responsibilities in Plans Theme

  • Purpose of Risk Theme

  • Risk Terms—Definitions

  • Risk—Example

  • Risk Management

  • PRINCE2® Approach to Risk

  • Risk Management Strategy

  • Risk Register

  • Risk Management Procedure

  • Risk Management Procedure—Identify

  • Risk Identification Techniques

  • Example of Identify

  • Risk Cause, Risk Event and Risk Effect

  • Example of Risk Cause, Risk Event and Risk Effect

  • Risk Management Procedure—Assess

  • Probability Impact Grid

  • Risk Management Procedure—Plan

  • Threat and Opportunity Responses

  • Example of Risk Responses

  • Risk Management Procedure—Implement

  • Example of Implement

  • Risk Management Procedure—Communicate

  • Risk Budget

  • Roles and Responsibilities in Risk Theme

  • Purpose of Change Theme

  • Change Terms—Definitions

  • Change—Terms Definitions

  • Types of Issues

  • PRINCE2® Approach to Change—Establish Controls

  • Configuration Management Strategy

  • Configuration Management Strategy—Example

  • Key Terms In Change Theme

  • Key Terms In Change Theme—Example

  • Configuration Management Procedure

  • Issue and Change Control Procedure

  • Decision Making

  • Roles and Responsibilities in Change Theme

  • Purpose of Progress Theme

  • Progress Terms—Definition

  • Six Tolerance Areas by Level

  • PRINCE2® Approach to Progress

  • Delegating Authority

  • Use of Management Stages for Control

  • Number of Stages

  • Length of Stages

  • Technical Stages

  • Event-Driven and Time-Driven Controls

  • Capturing and Reporting Lessons

  • Reporting Progress

  • Raising Exceptions

  • Example of Raising Exceptions

  • Roles and Responsibilities in Progress Theme

  • Seven PRINCE2® Processes

  • PRINCE2® Journey

  • PRINCE2® Journey—Pre-project

  • PRINCE2® Journey—Initiation Stage

  • PRINCE2® Journey—Subsequent Delivery Stages

  • PRINCE2® Journey—Final Delivery Stage

  • PRINCE2® Process Model

  • Structure of the Process Chapters

  • Management Products

  • Key to Process Diagrams

  • Purpose of Starting up a Project

  • The objective of Starting up a Project

  • Starting up a Project—Overview

  • Starting Up a Project—Activities

  • Starting Up a Project—Recommendations

  • Project Brief

  • Outline Business Case

  • Starting up a Project Process—Exercise

  • Directing a Project Process—Project Board

  • Purpose of Directing a Project

  • The objective of Directing A Project

  • Directing a Project—Overview

  • Directing a Project—Activities

  • Authorize Initiation

  • Authorize the Project

  • Authorize a Stage or Exception Plan

  • Give Ad Hoc Direction

  • Authorize a Project Closure

  • Directing a Project Process—Exercise

  • Purpose of Initiating a Project

  • The objective of Initiating a Project

  • Initiating a Project—Overview

  • Initiating a Project—Activities

  • Risk Management Strategy

  • Configuration Management Strategy

  • Quality Management Strategy

  • Communication Management Strategy

  • Initiating a Project—Strategies

  • Initiating a Project—Assemble the Pid

  • Initiating a Project Process—Exercise

  • Purpose of Controlling a Stage

  • The objective of Controlling a Stage

  • Controlling a Stage—Overview

  • Controlling a Stage—Activities

  • Controlling a Stage Process—Exercise

  • Purpose of Managing Product Delivery

  • The objective of Managing Product Delivery

  • Managing Product Delivery—Overview

  • Managing Product Delivery—Activities

  • Managing a Product Delivery Process—Exercise

  • Purpose of Managing a Stage Boundary

  • The objective of Managing a Stage Boundary

  • Managing a Stage Boundary—Overview

  • Managing a Stage Boundary—Activities

  • Managing a Stage Boundary—Recommended Actions

  • Produce An Exception Plan

  • Managing a Stage Boundary Process—Exercise

  • Purpose of Closing a Project

  • Closing a Project

  • Objectives of Closing a Project

  • Closing a Project—Overview

  • Closing a Project—Activities

  • Closing a Project—Exercise

  • Embedding and Tailoring

  • Approach to Tailoring

  • Applying PRINCE2

FAQ's

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Certifications

Having a PRINCE2 Certification proves that the candidate is highly skilled in implementing solutions using a PRINCE2 Master. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be awarded a Certificate from Tekslate for PRINCE2 Training, and you were enough qualified to pass the PRINCE2 practitioner exam at first attempt itself.

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