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PRINCE2® Foundation Certificate in Project Management

PRINCE2® Foundation Certificate in Project Management

Summary

PRINCE2® (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is a widely used project management method that navigates you through all the essentials for running a successful project. PRINCE2® is a flexible method and is aimed at all types of projects.

 

PRINCE2® is part of the Certified Integrator program and is one of the prerequisites to attain the title: 

 

Target group

Aimed at project managers and aspiring project managers. Also relevant to other key staff involved in the design, development and delivery of projects including: Project Board members, Team Managers, Project Assurance, Project Support and operational line managers/staff.

 

Context

PRINCE2® Foundation is part of the Best Management Practice portfolio and a prerequisite for the PRINCE2® Practitioner.

 

e-Competence Framework (e-CF)

    Level
 e-CF Area   e-Competence e-1 e-2 e-3 e-4 e-5
PLAN A.4. Product/Service Planning          
MANAGE     E.2. Project and Portfolio Management          
E.3. Risk Management          
E.6. ICT Quality Management          
Legend for coverage
General
Partial
Superficial

 

Prerequisites

None.

 

Exam content

  • The characteristics and context of a project and the benefits of adopting PRINCE2®
  • The purpose of the PRINCE2® roles, management products and themes
  • The PRINCE2® principles
  • The purpose, objectives and context of the PRINCE2® processes.

Literature: Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2™ 2009 Edition.

 

Click here to download the glossary in the download section in the right column.

 

Exam Details

Exam duration: 60 minutes
Number of questions (exam in English):
75 (of which 5 questions are not scored, trial questions)
Pass mark: 50% (35 out of 70)
Open book: No
Electronic devices permitted: No

 

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