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Course Description

Who Should Do The PRINCE2 Practitioner Certification Course?

Project Managers, PMO staff, Program managers, Project Management team members, Project Board members, Project management consultants, Quality consultants, Portfolio managers etc., are all eligible for the certification training. Not just they are eligible but the industry is expecting professionals with the PRINCE2 certifications to manage projects. This lays additional confidence in the customers that the project is in safe hands

About The Course

PRINCE2 Practitioner Certification

The PRINCE2 Practitioner is the next level one has to pass to become a registered PRINCE2 Practitioner. The exam is aimed at measuring if an individual is capable of applying PRINCE2 to manage a project in a given environment. Factors like individual expertise, constraints of the project, the complexity of the project are considered by the Practitioner and manage the project to the success. PRINCE2 Foundation certification is a prerequisite to taking the exam. PRINCE2 Practitioner training is delivered by the trainers having umpteen years of experience working across multi-million dollar tier 1 companies. Be rest assured to get the best project management training. With PRINCE2 certification mock exams and exam dumps and case studies, your chances of passing the exam alongside gaining a lot of practical exposure is guaranteed. Check out for the combo offer of PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner certification training & exam.

Examination Format

  • Multiple Choice Examination
  • 44 marks or more required to pass (out of 80 available) – 55%
  • 150 minutes (2 Hours) duration
  • Open book exam (should refer official PRINCE2 manual only)


To appear the PRINCE2 Practitioner examination you must provide proof of having passed one of the following:

  • 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)

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(*If the candidate fails the exam for the first attempt the fee for subsequent exam attempt will be borne by ExcelR)

Course Curriculum

  • Five characteristics of a project
  • Six variables / six performance targets
  • Benefits of using PRINCE2
  • The PRINCE2 Process Model 
  • Project Timeline overview
  • Starting Up a Project 
  • Initiating a Project Process / Initiation Stage
  • Controlling a Stage – 1st delivery stage
  • Next delivery stages–
  • Last delivery stage and Closing a Project
  • Timeline Summary
  • Introduction to principles 
  • Principles: Continued Business Justification 
  • Principles: Learn from Experience
  • Principles: Defined Roles and Responsibilities
  • Principles: Manage By Stages
  • Principles: Manage by Exception
  • Principles: Focus on Products
  • Principles: Tailoring or Tailor to suit the Project Environment
  • Introduction to Themes 
  • List of Themes 
  • Theme: Business Case
  • Theme: Organization 
  • Theme: Quality 
  • Theme: Plans 
  • Theme: Riske
  • Theme: Change 
  • Theme: Progress 
  • Introduction to Business Case Knowledge
  • The Business Case knowledge provided by PRINCE2
  • What does a Business Case do for the project?
  • How to best describe what you get from a project?
  • The path to creating the Business Case
  • The Benefits Review Plan
  • The Contents of a Business Case
  • Business Case example: A new CRM (Sales system)
  • Business Case: Who is responsible for what?
  • Introduction to Organization Knowledge 
  • The Organization knowledge provided by PRINCE2 
  • Organization Definitions
  • Three Project Interests / Stakeholder Categories 
  • The four levels of Organization
  • Project Board 
  • Project Assurance: User, Business & Supplier
  • The Change Authority Role
  • The Project Manager Role
  • Team Manager & Project Support
  • Responsibilities for Organization Theme
  • Introduction to Quality Knowledge 
  • The Quality Knowledge provided by PRINCE2
  • Quality Definitions 
  • The Customer’s Quality Expectations
  • List Acceptance Criteria 
  • The Project Product Description (Main Product)
  • The Quality Management Strategy Document
  • Product Descriptions—
  • Quality Register
  • The PRINCE2 Quality Review Technique
  • Responsibilities
  • Introduction to Plans Knowledge
  • Plans Definitions
  • Three levels of a Plan
  • The Project Plan, Stage Plan and Team Plan
  • The Exception Plan – Out of Tolerance
  • The PRINCE2 Planning Steps The Product Checklist
  • Introduction to the Risk Knowledge
  • Purpose of the knowledge in the Risk Theme
  • Risk Definitions
  • The Management of Risk Method and Risk Context
  • The Risk Management Strategy
  • The Risk Register – Risk History
  • The Risk Management Procedure Introduction
  • lan the Responses to Threats
  • Plan the Responses to Opportunities
  • What is a Risk Budget?
  • Risk Roles and Responsibilities
  • Introduction to Change Knowledge
  • Purpose of knowledge in the Change Theme
  • Change Definitions
  • Configuration Management Strategy
  • Change Authority and Change Budget
  • Management Products used by the Change Theme
  • The Configuration Management Procedure
  • Issue and Change Control Procedure:
  • Dealing with Project Issues
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Purpose of the information in the Progress Theme
  • Progress, Progress Controls, Exceptions and Tolerances
  • What are the Project Board Controls?
  • What are the Project Manager Controls?
  • Use of Management Stages for Control
  • What are Technical Stages?
  • Event-Driven and Time-Driven Controls
  • Capturing and reporting lessons
  • Reports used to Report Progress
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Introduction to Processes
  • The PRINCE2 Processes
  • Two Process Diagrams
  • Pre-Project
  • Initiation Stage
  • Next Stage or Stages after the Initiation Stage
  • Introduction to the Seven Processes
  • Introduction
  • Purpose and Objective of the Starting Up a Project Process
  • Activities Introduction
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Introduction
  • Purpose and Objective
  • Activities
  • IP Inputs and Outputs
  • SU Roles and Responsibilities
  • Introduction
  • Introduction to the Directing a Project
  • Introduction to Activities
  • DP Inputs and Outputs
  • DP Roles and Responsibilities
  • Introduction
  • Purpose & Objective
  • Context
  • CS Inputs and Outputs
  • CS Roles and Responsibilities
  • Introduction
  • Purpose & Objective
  • Context
  • Managing a Stage Boundary Activities
  • Inputs and Outputs
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Introduction
  • Purpose & Objective
  • Context
  • Closing a Project Activities
  • Inputs and Outputs
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Tailoring PRINCE2 to the project environment
  • Introduction and what is Tailoring?
  • What is Tailoring?
  • General Approach to Tailoring
  • What to change when tailoring

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