This intensive 5 day course will take place between the 7th and 11th of December 2009, between 8:30 and 17:00 at the premises of the University of Nicosia.
To provide detailed instruction on the use and application of the PRINCE2TM methodology and on how to facilitate a controlled start, middle and end to project delivery. PRINCE2 (Projects in Controlled Environments), is a formal method for managing projects.
By the end of the course, delegates will:
- – Have a practical understanding of PRINCE2TM
- – Be Familiar with the course content and be prepared for the Foundation and Practitioner Exams
- – Have a high-level overview of the PRINCE2TM method, its’ history, supporting documentation.
- – Be familiar with the PRINCE2TM Components
- – Be familiar with PRINCE2TM Techniques related to starting, directing and managing a project
Cost – Including the Examination Cost:
Registration Fee: €1.300
HRDA Subsidy: €494 (ALL Companies)
What is PRINCE2TM
A de facto standard used extensively by the UK Government and widely recognised and used in the private sector, both in the UK and internationally. The key features of PRINCE2 are:
- – Its focus on business justification
- – A defined organisation structure for the project management team
- – Its product-based planning approach
- – Its emphasis on dividing the project into manageable and controllable stages
Who Should Attend?
General Managers, Project & Programme Managers, Project Management Staff, Team Leaders, Business Consultants and All those who wish to gain an understanding and knowledge of the PRINCE2TM method and gain formal recognition by taking the PRINCE2TM Practitioner exam.
PRINCE2’s formal recognition of responsibilities within a project, together with its focus on what a project is to deliver (the why, when and for whom) provides your organisation’s projects with:
- – a common, consistent approach
- – a controlled and organised start, middle and end
- – regular reviews of progress against plan
- – assurance that the project continues to have a business justification
- – flexible decision points
- – management control of any deviations from the plan
- – the involvement of management and stakeholders at the right time and place during the project
- – good communication channels between the project, project management, and the organisation
- – a means of capturing and sharing lessons learned
- – a route to increasing the project management skills and competences of the organisation’s staff at all levels
Trainer Profile – Mrs. Sheila Roberts
A PRINCE2TM approved trainer since 2000 with extensive expertise. She was on the Change Control Panel for the PRINCE2 2009 version and has also advised on the syllabus and provided input on the PRINCE2 quality examination standards.