PRINCE2® Practitioner Certification Course


PRINCE2 Practitioner Training Certification

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Key Features of PRINCE2 Practitioner Certification Training

  • 2-Day interactive instructor-led PRINCE2 training
  • Highly qualified, certified, and accredited trainers
  • PRINCE2 Practitioner course adhered to global standards
  • PRINCE2 Study Guide created by subject matter experts
  • AXELOS official PRINCE2 certificate
  • 97.6% pass success rate
  • Get to know industry best practices and case studies
  • Prepare better with sample mock tests

Insights about PRINCE2 Practitioner Training Course

Job roles that can benefit from PRINCE2 training include, but are not limited to:

  • Project Managers
  • Aspiring Project Managers
  • Project Board members
  • Product Delivery Managers
  • Project Support Staff
  • Operational Line Managers
  • Team Leads / Team Managers

You must have passed one of the following certification examinations to take the PRINCE2 Practitioner certification exam:

  • PRINCE2 Foundation
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)
  • IPMA Level A(Certified Projects Director)
  • IPMA Level B(Certified Senior Project Manager)
  • IPMA Level C(Certified Project Manager)
  • IPMA Level D(Certified Project Management Associate)

Examination Format of PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam:

  • Type: Multiple choice examination questions
  • No Of Questions:8 questions - 10 question items per question, each worth one mark
  • Result: 44 marks or more required to pass (out of 80 available) - 55%
  • Examination duration: Two-and-a-half hours (150 minutes) duration, no additional reading time
  • Type: Open book exam (official PRINCE2 manual only – Managing Successful Projects With PRINCE2 – 2009 Edition)

Syllabus of PRINCE2 Practitioner Training 

Our PRINCE2 certification training programs are adhered to the latest PRINCE2 2017 update from AXELOS.


  • Overview, Principles and Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment
  • Business Case (BC) Theme
  • Organisation (OR) Theme
  • Quality (QU) Theme
  • Plans (PL) Theme
  • Risk (RK) Theme
  • Change (CH) Theme
  • Progress (PG) Theme
  • Starting up a Project (SU) Process
  • Directing a Project (DP) Process
  • Initiating a Project (IP) Process
  • Controlling a Stage (CS) Process
  • Managing Product Delivery (MP) Process
  • Managing a Stage Boundary (SB) Process
  • Closing a Project (CP) Process
  • Summary and Directed Studies
  • Review of Key Concepts

PRINCE2 Practitioner Training Agenda

The daily agenda of the 2-day PRINCE2 Practitioner Training is detailed below:

      • Six aspects of project performance to be managed
      • Definition of a project
      • Four integrated elements of principles, themes, processes and the project environment upon which PRINCE2 is based
      • Customer / supplier context of a PRINCE2 project
      • Benefits of using PRINCE2
      • Seven principles
      • Characteristics of a project

      • Definition of project output, an outcome, a benefit and a dis-benefit
      • Definition of a project
      • The purpose of the Business Case theme
      • The purpose of a:
        • Business Case
        • Benefits Review Plan
      • Identify outputs, outcomes, benefits, and dis-benefits

      • Roles within the Organisation theme
      • The purpose of the Organisation theme
      • The three project interests and how these are represented within the three levels of the project management team structure
      • The responsibilities and characteristics of the role:
        • Project Board
        • Project Manager
        • Project Assurance
        • Change Authority
        • Team Manager
        • Project Support
      • What a stakeholder is
      • The purpose of the Communication Management Strategy

      • Recall the recommended quality review team roles
      • The purpose of the Quality theme
      • The difference between Quality Assurance and Project Assurance
      • The objectives of the quality review technique
      • The difference between quality planning, quality control, and quality assurance
      • The difference between customer’s quality expectations and acceptance criteria
      • The purpose of a :
        • Project Product Description
        • Product Description
        • Quality Register
        • Quality Management Strategy

      • Levels of plan recommended by PRINCE2
      • Four tasks of product-based planning
      • The purpose of the Plans theme
      • The levels of plans, their purpose and the interrelationship between the:
        • Project Plan
        • Stage Plans
        • Team Plans
        • Exception Plan
      • The tasks within the product-based planning technique

      • The definition of risk and the difference between a threat and an opportunity
      • The recommended risk response types and whether they are used to respond to a threat or an opportunity
      • The difference between a risk owner and a risk actionee
      • The purpose of the Risk theme
      • The steps within the recommended risk management procedure. This should include:
        • Identify the context and therefore the influences on a project’s Risk Management Strategy
        • Identify the threats and opportunities that may affect a project’s objectives
        • Estimate risks to assess their probability, impact, and proximity
        • Evaluate the net effect of all risks on a project when aggregated together
        • Plan risk management responses
        • Implement planned risk management responses, identifying an appropriate risk owner and/or risk actionee
        • Communicate information related to risks, both within the project and externally to stakeholders
      • The purpose of a risk budget
      • The risk probability, risk impact, and risk proximity
      • The difference between cause, event, and effect when expressing a risk
      • The purpose of a:
        • Risk Management Strategy
        • Risk Register
      • The concept of risk appetite and risk tolerance

      • Three types of issues
      • Five typical activities of configuration management
      • The purpose of the Change theme
      • The purpose of a change budget
      • The purpose of a:
        • Project Plan
        • Stage Plans
        • Team Plans
        • Exception Plan
      • The steps in the recommended issue and change control procedure

      • 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 the difference between management and technical stages
      • The factors to consider in identifying management stages
      • Tolerance(s): when and how tolerances are set, and exceptions reported, in which management products tolerances are documented and how management by exception applies to the different levels of management
      • The purpose of a :
        • Daily Log
        • Lessons Log
        • Work Package
      • The purpose of a:
        • End Stage Report
        • End Project Report
        • Lessons Report
      • The purpose of a:
        • Checkpoint Report
        • Highlight Report
        • Exception Report

Day Two

      • The purpose of the SU process
      • The objectives of the SU process
      • The context of the SU process
      • The purpose of a Project Brief

      • The purpose of the DP process
      • The objectives of the DP process
      • The context of the DP process

      • The purpose of the IP process
      • The objectives of the IP process
      • The context of the IP process
      • The purpose of a Project Initiation Documentation (PID)

      • The purpose of the CS process
      • The objectives of the CS process
      • The context of the CS process

      • The purpose of the MP process
      • The objectives of the MP process
      • The context of the MP process

      • The purpose of the SB process
      • The objectives of the SB process
      • The context of the SB process

    • The purpose of the CP process
    • The objectives of the CP process
    • The context of the CP process

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