PMO PRINCE2 FOUNDATION

PMO PRINCE2 FOUNDATION

Course Overview

At Stepwise Careers our PMO courses focuses on the PRINCE2 Foundation course which teaches you the basics, terminology and provides a comprehensive foundation introduction to PRINCE2. It confirms you have sufficient knowledge and understanding of the PRINCE2 method to be able to work effectively with or as a member of the project management team working within an environment supporting PRINCE2. With a clear, concise and detailed perspective on project productivity, the PRINCE2 Foundation certification is useful to all candidates and competency levels ranging from highly experienced project managers to those new to the industry. The course is fully compliant with the syllabus and its prescribed learning objectives. The prescribed learning objectives includes a course syllabus covering 14 key chapters as
listed below:

  • Project definition
  • Key Project Failure Areas
  • Project Success Factors
  • The Project Management Triangle
  • The PRINCE2 Structured approach
  • PRINCE2 Processes, Techniques and Components
  • The Project Mandate
  • The Project Brief
  • The Organisational Component
  • The Customer/Supplier Structure
  • The Project Board
  • The Project Manager
  • The Team Manager
  • The Project Team
  • Project Support
  • Project Assurance
  • The Business Case
  • Cost/Benefit Analysis
  • Risk Management
  • Setting up the Filing System
  • Using Configuration Management
  • The Project Initiation Document
  • The Initiation Stage
  • Authorisation Responsibilities
  • Stage Direction
  • Managing Stage Boundaries
  • Providing Ad-hoc Direction
  • Accepting A Work Package
  • Executing A Work Package
  • Delivering A Work Package
  • Authorising Work Packages
  • Project Issues
  • Assessing/Reviewing Progress
  • Taking Corrective Action
  • The Stage End Report
  • Next Stage Planning
  • Updating the Project Plan
  • Updating the Business Case
  • Exception Plans
  • De-commissioning the Project
  • Identifying Follow-on Actions
  • Evaluating The Project