The PRINCE2® Practitioner course is intended for delegates who are familiar with the PRINCE2® project management method, having already studied for and passed the Foundation Certificate exam. It provides a platform and forum for the practice and internalization of the concepts and methods within the syllabus plus exam-focused guidance to enable delegates to confidently approach the PRINCE2® Practitioner examination. The Practitioner exam is included at the end of the course.
The Practitioner course is a 2-day course with the opportunity for the participant to sit for the Practitioner examination. Participants are eligible to claim 14 PMI PDUs upon attending this course.
As part of the PassionIT Group course, you will receive the PassionIT Group PRINCE2 Practitioner course pack. The course pack contains all of the class material that you will use during the class including the following:
** American edition: “Effective Project Management – The PRINCE2 Method” by Axelos
The PRINCE2 Practitioner coursebook provides a complete and extensive guide in an easy-to-follow structure, which is ideal for learning, and developing an understanding of the basic concepts, principles, and terminology associated with project management.
The Directing Successful Projects with PRINCE2 Guide by Axelos is the essential guide for directing projects to succeed and minimize risk. This guide explains the duties and behavior of the Project Board, uses a practical approach with illustrations and summaries, draws on real-life experience in public and private sector organizations, provides a full glossary for a full understanding of terms, and includes appendices that cover roles and responsibilities and handy checklists.
Candidates for this course must hold a PRINCE2® Foundation certification. As an alternative, proof of having passed one of the following is also acceptable:
Accredited Practitioner training is strongly recommended but not a prerequisite.
In addition to the class, it is recommended that students complete at least 12-15 hours of personal study by reviewing the course syllabus and the course material in preparation for the examination.