After receiving feedback and reviews from over 100 project management professionals, AXELOS has now unveiled a major update since 2009. As a response to the demands of today’s project management environment, PRINCE2® Practitioner 2017 provides the most up to date information on the project management methodology.
The PRINCE2® Practitioner examination is the second of two examination courses that you are required to pass in order to become a registered PRINCE2® Practitioner. Successful completion of this course will indicate that the candidate is able to act as a sufficiently informed member of a Project Management team that uses the PRINCE2® methodology. Having already gained the basic understanding of the PRINCE2® method and terminology in the Foundation course, the PRINCE2® Practitioner course aims at providing a deeper insight into the methodology. The Practitioner course will detail the relationships between the Processes, Themes and Principles of PRINCE2® and the reasons behind them. The latest version of Practitioner also includes:
- Focus on the core principles of PRINCE2®
- Emphasis on tailoring the methodology to the needs of the project
- Clarity on how the Principles and Themes are linked
- New material on tailoring projects
The PRINCE2® Practitioner course will prepare the candidate to be able to apply the method in an appropriate manner within a given set of circumstances and begin to work on projects. With the demand for PRINCE2® continuously increasing there is no better time to gain a valuable PRINCE2® certification and enhance your employability.
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My name is Greg Powell-Rees and I will be your tutor for the duration of the course. I have been involved in PRINCE2 projects and in project management training and consulting for much of my project management career.
I have consulted and worked with a range of clients in Europe and the United Kingdom and in most of Sub-Saharan Africa. My client list includes major nuclear regulators, petrochemical organisations, centres for industrial research, telecommunications companies and a wide range of parastatal organisations, including state-owned enterprises and government departments.