PRINCE2 Foundation Training Dublin

PRINCE2® Overview

Althris have been providing PRINCE2® Training and Trainers for over 5 years. We are the longest establish Irish PeopleCert (PRINCE2® Examination Authority) partner. With outstanding results in both the Foundation and Practitioner Exam we are confident to be able to say that we are the best Dublin PRINCE® Trainers.

PRINCE2® is a well established project management methodology used in business and government. It provides a proven best practice model that ensures project delivery is on time, on budget and of high quality.

This is a blended learning course with online videos, practice exams, sample project material and homework exercises.  The online element requires 12 to 16 hours to complete with a further 1 day in class for exercises and paper based exam.

As part of the course Student are provide with a course workbook and reading. The official Prince2 manual is recommend and is available for purchase.

The Prince2 exam (Value at €235) and FREE re-site should you not pass is included in the course.

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Topics Covered

  • Introduction to PRINCE2 and Project Management
  • Methodology and Project Management structure
  • The Principles of PRINCE2
  • The Themes of PRINCE2
  • The Processes of PRINCE2
  • The Tailoring of PRINCE2
  • Understand the PRINCE2 Project Management

The PRINCE2 Exam takes place on the last day of the course in the afternoon

Who should attend?

This course is aimed at project managers and team members that wish to consider or are using PRINCE2®

Althris has an outstanding pass rate at PRINCE2® training in Dublin. Highly experience local trainer that present this intensive course in a lively and engaging format.

PRINCE2 Foundation Training Dublin

PRINCE2® Foundation Training and Exam Dublin – Overview

PRINCE2® is a well-established project management methodology used in business and government. It provides a proven best practice model that ensures project delivery is on time, on budget and of high quality.

Each student that passed the exam will be provided with a PRINCE2® certification and will appear on the PRINCE2® Successful Candidate Registers.

Althris provide an online area that you can practice prince2 foundation exam questions;

Topics Covered in the PRINCE2® Foundation Training

  • Introduction to PRINCE2 and Project Management
  • Methodology and Project Management structure
  • The Principles
  • The Themes
  • The Processes
  • The Tailoring
  • Understand the PRINCE2 Project Management

Following the stages covered in the foundation course, the PRINCE2® Exam takes place on the last day in the afternoon.

Who should attend PRINCE® Foundation Training?

This course targets project managers and team members that wish to consider or are using PRINCE2®

Althris has an outstanding pass rate at PRINCE2® training in Dublin. Highly experience local trainer that present this intensive course in a lively and engaging format.

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Programme Management

I’m currently working with a multinational organisation to build out the strategy to empower the business to take advantage of new regulations coming in as a result of de-regulation in Europe (Hmmm). We are working on a Programme to implement the strategy to deal with these changes in our marketplace.

 

For me Programmes are not just a collection of related projects it’s significantly more than that, programmes are about strategy and projects are about tactics.  Programme management is overseeing the implementation of a set of related projects and activities in order to deliver outcomes and benefits related to the organisations strategic objectives.

 

Programmes deal with outcomes and projects deal with outputs (From MSP®). We do use Programme Management to coordinate related projects but that’s down the road and its not the primary reason to kick off a programme. The programme starts by taking the business strategy, targets, initiatives and policies and defining the vision, scope and priority of the outputs that will deliver the outcome.

How do we approach this.

Develop the Vision, this is the postcard from the future of state of the business. It is used as the focus for the programme and like any vision it should be compelling and clear. Failure to get a good visions statement weaken the programme, therefore time should be spent in developing it. Re-design the vision in the middle of the programme may cause confusion.

 

From a Vision we can tease out a target operating model for the future, the practices and process that will be need to be in place to deliver the vision.  The target operating model is the blueprint of the future and the programme manager has the responsibility to ensure that the blueprint is delivered.

 

The POTI model is useful in developing out the blueprint, for each element of the blueprint used it to analyse the processed, organisation change, technology and information required for the future

 

 Detail
Vision StatementWe want to enter new emerging market ABC
                PProcesses, Business Models of operations and functions including operating costs and performance levels
                OOrganizational structure, staffing levels, roles, skills required, organizational culture, supply chain and style
                TTechnology, buildings, IT Systems and tools, equipment, machinery and accommodation
                IInformation and data required for future operations

 

From defining these process, organisational changes, technology and Information the projects to deliver them become apparent.

The above is simplified method bases on MSP®. More details on the methodology is available with templates examples. Drop me a line to chat through it.