The PRINCE2 Practitioner course allows delegates to start to apply and tailor PRINCE2 in a project environment.  The Practitioner is a globally recognised project management certification.
 
This course can also be purchased by existing PRINCE2 Practitioners who need to re-register their certification.
 
  • Get PRINCE2 Practitioner qualified online at your own pace
  • 90 or 150 days online access
  • Fully accredited
  • Includes videos, quizzes, exercises, study guides and official syllabus and sample exams
  • Tutor support available via email
 

 

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90 Days Online Access - 349.00

150 Days Online Access - $399.00

PRINCE2 Manual (PDF) - $95.00

PRINCE2 Manual (hard copy) - $115.00

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  • 11 modules covering project themes and processes
 
 
   Lessons in this course

 

 

 

 

 

Course Content

Pre-Requisites

  • PRINCE2 Foundation Certificate

  • You must have a copy of the PRINCE2 manual – for the course and the open book exam

  • Exam duration: 150 minutes

  • Exam format: open book, multiple choice, scenario based

  • Exam delivery: online, webcam proctored.  Read about online exams here

  • Exam questions: 8 questions (each worth 10 marks)

  • Exam pass mark: 55% (44/80 marks across 8 questions)

  • Exam language: Contact us for current translation availability

  • Exam vouchers must be requested within 6 months of purchas

Exam Details

  • Module 1: Introduction

  • Module 2: The business case theme

  • Module 3: The organisation theme

  • Module 4: The quality theme

  • Module 5: The plans theme

  • Module 6: The risk theme

 

 

  • Module 7: The change theme

  • Module 8: The progress theme

  • Module 9: The Starting up a Project and Initiating a Project processes

  • Module 10: Managing Delivery Stages

  • Module 11: The Directing a Project, Managing a Stage Boundary and Closing a Project processes