PRINCE2 (Projects IN Controlled Environments) is a structured project management method which segregates the management features of project work from the specialist contributions, such as design and construction.
Our 3-day PRINCE2 Foundation course provides a classroom lectures along with real time case studies, assignments, additional reading materials, and exam preparation material. Participants in this course will learn about the PRINCE2 methodology, and will also learn the skills needed to practically apply this knowledge in real life.
• 3 days hands on training by an experienced trainer
• Course material for students
• Training includes case studies, Real-World Examples including tips and tricks to clear the Examination
• Comprehensive training material covering concepts from all core reference books
• 16 hours or PDU participation certificate
• Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Snacks along with tea/coffee during classroom sessions
Post completion of this course, participants will learn.
• The principles of the PRINCE2 Project Management method
• How to start, control, and accomplish projects
• How to deal with quality
• How to cope up with risk
• How to deliver projects within constraints like Time, budget and best implications.
• How to become accustomed with PRINCE2 in various types of project environments
Most suitable audiences are:
• Project Leaders
• Project staff- Fresher and Experienced
• Project managers
• Project Engineers
• Team Managers
• Project coordinators
• Project support staff
• Consultants and contractors
The Foundation level is the first of the two PRINCE2 examinations you are required to pass to become a PRINCE2 Practitioner. The exam is based on the 2009 edition of Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2.
This exam is designed to measure whether you would be able to act as an informed member of a project team using the PRINCE2 method within a project environment supporting PRINCE2.
The exam format is as follows:
- Multiple choice
- 75 questions per paper
- 5 questions to be trial and not counted in scores
- 35 marks required to pass (out of 70 available) - 50%
- 1 hour duration
- Closed book.