Invensis Learning's PRINCE2 Foundation Course in Helsinki is delivered by highly qualified trainers with extensive Project Management experience. This AXELOS's PRINCE2 Foundation Certification is one of the most industry-recognized project management certifications for project practitioners all across the world. This PRINCE2 Foundation Certification Training Course in Helsinki is ideal for individuals who are new to working in a project-based environment and who wish to start their project management careers.
The main takeaways from this PRINCE2 Foundation Certification course in Helsinki are that you demonstrate a fundamental understanding of PRINCE2 principles, processes, themes, and give you the confidence to clear the PRINCE2 Foundation examination on your first try successfully. Participants will receive course completion certificate and 16 PDUs.
We deliver PRINCE2 Foundation Training in Helsinki through classroom and live online virtual modes. Attend this PRINCE2 Foundation course from various available weekday and weekend schedules. Enroll now and gain this PRINCE2 Foundation certification in Helsinki today.
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- Why there is a need for project management and how PRINCE2 addresses it
- PRINCE2 principles, processes, and themes
- Collecting information to include in Project Initiation Document
- Designing plans and reports at each level in the project team, and more
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|PRINCE2 Foundation Certification Eligibility Criteria||
There are no pre-requisite criteria for taking the PRINCE2 Foundation certification examination.
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|PRINCE2 Foundation Exam Fees||
The PRINCE2 Foundation examination cost in Finland is USD 250.
|Who should Attend PRINCE2 Foundation Certification training||
Job roles that can benefit from PRINCE2 Foundation training course in Helsinki include, but are not limited to:
Many of our participants in Helsinki become PRINCE2 Foundation certified professional in just 2 to 3 days. Our unique training methodology coupled with high-quality PRINCE2 Foundation courseware enables our participants to achieve their PRINCE2 Foundation certification goal. With a careful assessment of each participant, we assign a trainer who creates a structured approach to the training that helps in achieving desired PRINCE2 results.
At Invensis Learning, we create a ‘Study Smart’ approach for participants taking up PRINCE2 Foundation course in Helsinki. As a training organization, our main objective is to achieve over 98.2% passing success for participants who take up PRINCE2 Foundation training with us. The trainer will devise a smart study approach by understanding each participant carefully and devise measures during the training to understand the areas that you are struggling with and create a teaching plan accordingly. At the end of the training, the trainer will share a detailed report and help in creating a customized plan that helps in clearing your PRINCE2 Foundation certification exam in Helsinki.
At Invensis Learning, we believe in holistic learning that encompasses a clear understanding of the concepts rather than memorizing and using flash cards to clear the exam. These short-cuts only help you to a certain extent, but a proper understanding of the concepts helps participants to answer questions of various difficulty levels and ensures it stays with them which help in the real-world application as well. Moreover, the entire training is focused on showcasing minute details of real-world scenarios and mapping it to AXELOS’s PRINCE2 way of thinking.
This module focuses on an introduction to PRINCE2, six aspects of project performance, the definition of project, principles, themes, processes, and the project environment, benefits of using PRINCE2, and characteristics of a project.
This chapter focuses on understanding the purpose of a business case theme, business case, and benefits review plan.
In this module, participants will learn about the purpose of the organization theme, roles within the organization theme, the three project interests, stakeholders, and the purpose of the communication management strategy.
This module focuses on the purpose of the quality theme, the difference between quality assurance and project assurance, objectives of quality review technique, customer’s quality expectation, and the purpose of project product description; product description, quality register, quality management strategy.
This chapter focuses on the levels of the plan recommended by PRINCE2, four tasks of product-based planning, the purpose of the plans theme, and the tasks within he product-based planning technique.
In this module, participants will learn about risk and the difference between a threat and an opportunity, the recommended risk response types, the difference between risk owner and risk actionee, the purpose of a risk theme, risk management strategy, risk register, and the concept of risk appetite and risk tolerance.
This module focuses on the purpose of change theme, three types of issues, activities of configuration management, the purpose of change budget, and the steps in the recommended issue and change control procedure.
This chapter focuses on the lines of authority and reporting between the four levels of management, the difference between event-driven and time-driven controls, the purpose of the progress theme, the concept of management stages, and tolerances.
In this module, participants will learn about the purpose of the SU process, objectives of SU process, the context of SU process and the purpose of a project brief.
This module focuses on the purpose of the DP process, objectives of the DP process, and context of the DP process.
This chapter focuses on the purpose of the IP process, objectives of IP process, the context of IP process, and the purpose of project initiation documentation (PID).
In this module, participants will learn about the purpose of the CS process, objectives of CS process, and the context of the CS process.
This module focuses on the purpose of the MP process, objectives of the MP process, and the context of the MP process.
This chapter focuses on the purpose of the SB process, objectives of SB process, and the context of the SB process.
In this module, participants will learn about the purpose of the CP process, objectives of the CP process, and the context of the CP process.
The daily agenda of the 2-day PRINCE2 Foundation Training is detailed below:
As part of your PRINCE2 Foundation training, you will receive:
At Invensis, we provide PRINCE2 Foundation training in Helsinki in three different learning modes in instructor-led classroom training, instructor-led online training, and on-site group training.
The PRINCE2 methodology can be applied to all sorts of projects in construction, oil and gas, energy, banking, financial services, ICT, engineering and in various other industries as well.
'Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2', issued in 2017 is the reference material for the PRINCE2 Foundation examination here.
Yes, the examination fee is included in the course fee.
The PRINCE2 Foundation credential does not have an expiry period, and the certification is valid for life.
Yes, Invensis Learning is a PEOPLECERT Accredited Training Organization (A.T.O) for imparting PRINCE2 Foundation Certification Exam Training courses across the globe.
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The highest average salary in Helsinki for professionals in Project Management is €68,188, ITSM is €85,097, and Quality Management is €76,540. Whereas a senior project manager with PMP certification the salary goes up to €79,148, with ITIL certification it goes up to €98,097, and with Six Sigma certification, it goes up to €85,890.
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