Unless otherwise specified, official exams are not included.
PRINCE 2 aims to provide you with a straightforward (self-paced) route to becoming a PRINCE2® certified registered practitioner.
It is a well acclaimed and accredited eLearning for PRINCE Project Management. It is is recommended for Practitioner level preparation/study/qualification.
What does this course contain?
PRINCE2® foundation and practitioner bonus package exams can be given online (using Webcam, microphone & valid ID) or using remote proctor (for those who may not have web cams) this allows you to take the exam in the comfort of your own home at a convenient time without the need for a physical invigiliator.
The exam is Ideal for candidates who may not have access to exam centres or those who may not be able to get to an exam centre. Please note that your exam must be taken while your training package is active we also require a minimum of 3 weeks notice to organise your online exam.
All PRINCE2® eLearning and Exams are offered through PRINCE2® ATO (Accredited Training Organisation) SPOCE Project Management Ltd.
Foundation Exams are included in this package and must be booked during the 6 month term of your course.
In case you have purchased an exam option from us directly, contact our customer services for your exam code.
The entire PRINCE2® syllabus covered
PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner exam simulations with feedback.
The interactive exercises to consolidate the learning
The extensive exam approaches module to support the “Objective Testing” Practitioner exam
There are progress reporting facility throughout.
PRINCE2® FOUNDATION EXAM INCLUDED
Why PRINCE2® self-study?
It provides total flexibility for those wishing to study at any time, pace and location
It is a flexible choice of different self-study options.
It is a cost-effective solution for both individuals and organisations.
People who study PRINCE2® with us online achieve a higher scores in the Foundation & Practitioner exams.
You can take the course as many times as you like over 6 months.
You can access the course 24/7 for 6 months!
PRINCE2® is achieving higher pass rates in the Practitioner exam compared to classroom training
Course Study Format
This course is delivered through ONLINE method.
The course is available for you to complete at your convenience over a 12 month period.
1. Estimated Time of study
The biggest advantage of an eLearning product is that each person takes it at their own pace and cognitive abilities, however as a guide we recommend about 20 hours of study for Foundation Level and about 40 hours for Practitioner well.
There are numerous reports that generally let the users know on their learning progression.
PRINCE2 Passport is accredited for both Foundation and Practitioner level study.
The PRINCE2 manual is strongly recommended for Practitioner level study and exam. The Practitioner Exam happens to be open book and the only book allowed is the PRINCE2 manual.
As for Foundation level study and exam, the PRINCE2 manual is optional as the learning content within Passport covers the syllabus/competencies required for foundation level in sufficient detail.
Consequently, we advise delegates that, if their focus at this stage is for a Foundation level qualification then to ignore the additional work/reading under the ‘References’ section and the ‘Practitioner level tests/exam simulations’ for now (and the module completion status), and return to it at a later date to progress to the Practitioner level (a Foundation pass is a pre-requisite to sit the Practitioner Exam). We provide the manual for your delegates at 60+P&P (RRP 75).
3. Exam Re-appearing Process:
PRINCE2 Practitioner status is generally valid for 5 years, the delegate is required to re-register between 3-5 years from the qualification to maintain the ‘PRINCE2 Registered Practitioner’ status and the entry in the ‘APMG Successful Candidate Register
If he has completed the PRINCE2 Practitioner 5 years ago then the eLearning pack + Practitioner Exam + manual will get him re-registered (Foundation exam is not required to be taken again).
If he has completed the PRINCE2 Foundation 5 years ago then he can progress to the Practitioner level with the eLearning pack + Practitioner Exam + manual.
What content does the e-Learning cover?
Getting Started What is a project?
Projects vs Programmes; What is Project Management?
Why Prince 2?
Reasons why Projects Fail; Addressing Project Failure.
Introduction to Prince 2
Structure; The 7 Principles, Themes and Processes.
Processes SU and IP
Starting Up a Project (SU) Activities and Management Products including the Daily Log, Lessons Log, Project Brief, Project Product Description and Outline Business Case.
Initiating a Project (IP) Activities and Management Products including the Management Strategies, Business Case, Product Descriptions, Risk, Issue and Quality Registers and the PID.
Processes CS and MP
Controlling a Stage (CS) Activities and Management Products including the Issue Report, Checkpoint Report, Plans, Product Descriptions, Configuration Item Record, Product Status Account, Lessons Log, Highlight Report and Work Packages.
Managing Product Delivery (MP) Activities and Management Products including the Work Package, Checkpoint Reports, Quality Register and Team Plan.
Processes DP, SB and CP
The objectives and context of the Directing a Project (DP) process; How the DP process supports the seven principles; The responsibilities within the activities of the DP process; The activities within the DP process including End Stage Assessments and Exception Assessments.
Managing a Stage Boundary (SB) Activities and Management Products including Stage Plan, End Stage Report, Exception Plan, Product Status Account, Lessons Report.
Closing a Project (CP) Activities and Management Products including End Project Report, Lessons Report, Benefits Review Plan.
Organisation Structure, Roles and Responsibilities for Project Board, Project Assurance, Change Authority, Project Manager, Team Manager, Project Support
Business Case Theme
Outputs, Outcomes and Benefits; Types of Business Case; Benefits Review Plan; Links with the processes.
Risk Management Strategy; Risk Register, Appetite and Tolerances; Risk Responses; Risk Management; Risk Budget. Links with the processes.
Project, Stage and Team Plans; Product Based Planning; Estimating; Scheduling; Links with the processes.
Customer Quality Expectations and Acceptance Criteria, Quality Management Strategy; Quality Audit Trail; Project Assurance vs Quality Assurance; Quality Control,
Links with the processes.
Issue and Change Control Procedure; Types of Issues; Change Budget; Change Authority; Configuration Management Strategy.
Tolerances and Delegating Authority; Management Stages; Project Controls; Event-based and Time-based controls; Reviewing and Reporting Progress, Escalating Issues and Exceptions.
Hints and tips on exam approach; Style of questions; Full Foundation and Practitioner exam simulation with references to the Prince 2 Manual and interactive adaptive reasoning feedback.
All modules include Interactive Tasks, Visualisation Mind Maps, Foundation and Practitioner Exam Simulations.
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Foundation (online exam 85, click for more information)
method is owned by the UK Government (Cabinet Office) who have contracted the APM Group to accredit and administer the syllabus and examinations. qualifications use a two-tier structure, Foundation and Practitioner level certification.
Foundation Exam is the first of the two examinations you will need to pass to become a registered Practitioner. This exam aims to assess (Competency – Knowledge & Comprehension) whether a candidate would be able to act as an informed member of a project management team in a PRINCE2 project management environment. The candidate would need to show a solid understanding of the themes, processes, principles, roles and techniques, in particular:-
To identify the purpose and major content of all roles, the components, processes and themes as described in the manual.
Identify the source or derivation of the management products, from their purpose and/or key content.
Indicate the relationships between processes, products, roles and the management dimensions of a project.
The Foundation examination comprises a one hour paper (60 minutes) consists of 75 questions in total which cover all 15 areas of the Foundation syllabus. The Foundation exam uses objective test questions which require a candidate to choose a response to a question from a set of choices, only one of which is correct. Marks are not subtracted for incorrect answers. No support materials are alowed as it is a ‘closed-book’ exam.
The Exam (foundation) question booklet contains 75 questions – 70 exam questions and 5 trial questions, each covering a different syllabus topic. Each of the 70 questions is worth 1 mark, but the trial questions are not scored. The pass mark is 35 (50%). Delegates are expected to answer all questions. There is however no indication of which questions are exam questions and which are trial.
The Practitioner Exam is the higher level of qualification in . A prerequisite for sitting this exam is that the delegate must have sat and passed the PRINCE2 Foundation Exam. The Practitioner Exam aims to assess whether the candidate would be able to apply (Competency – Application, Analysis & Evaluation) to the management of a project within a environment. Having exhibited the competence required to satisfy the Foundation qualification, the delegate has to show they have the ability to apply and tailor to address the needs and problems of a specific project scenario.
This is a 2 and half hour (150 minutes) objective test format examination. It is an open-book exam, which allows the candidate to refer to the official manual during the exam. The Practitioner exam uses objective test questions which require a candidate to choose a response to a question from a set of choices, only one of which is correct. The exam will consist of 8 main questions each of 2 to 4 parts, with 10 marks per question, totalling 80 marks. The pass mark is 44 (55%).
A full Practitioner simulation is available within the eLearning package which provides samples of the scenario, question styles and formats and provides a safe and encouraging environment to test and reform your understanding of the method.
Having passed the Practitioner Exam, your name will be entered onto a register of successful Practitioners. To remain on the register, you will need to show continued competence in by passing a re-registration examination every 3-5 years.
The Registered Practitioner qualification is valid for 5 years. Practitioners should be re-registered within 3-5 years of their original certification in order to demonstrate their commitment to professional development.
The Re-registration exam follows the same format as the Practitioner exam but the Question Booklet contains three questions, giving a total of 30 marks, to be answered within one hour. The re-reg exam pass mark is 17 (55%). Each question will test one of the syllabus areas. All other guidance above on the PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam is also applicable to Re-registration examinations.
*Please note, unless stated otherwise or included in package, our online courses only offer course completion certificates ( £10 fee) and in all cases official testing (at a charge made by testing centre) is required to gain officially certified recognised qualifications.
Unless otherwise specified, official exams are not included.