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jaques193 (jaques193) wrote,
@ 2012-03-26 21:17:00
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    Current mood:nervous

    Prince 2
    Today, Prince2 training is the preferred choice of a wide spectrum of industries not just in the UK alone, but in several other countries, too. This can be attributed to the fact that Prince2 is now slowing gaining recognition as the benchmark for managing projects across all types of businesses.

    The origins of Prince2 lie in the late 1980s, as a system of IT project management.Despite these more narrow beginnings, Prince2 training soon spread to areas outside of the IT world, since it was realised that it could be applied far more broadly than its original founders had intended.

    Today, the UK Government uses and recommends it as the industry standard. Prince2 training is therefore invaluable because it instructs an individual in a well-known set of protocols which, while standard and documented, are also flexible and can be adapted to the circumstances of the project in hand.
    The main advantage of Prince2 is two-fold. It can be implemented for large and small projects alike.
    It may be that very small projects are not worth implementing Prince2 for, due to the level of work needed in checking processes, but essentially it is designed to be tailored to the project in hand.
    Prince2 underwent certain changes in 2009. Then, it was specifically updated to serve a more modern and advanced business environment. Today, the Prince2 system has been significantly simplified and revised, focusing specifically on areas of the first version that were broadly misinterpreted or misunderstood.
    Unlike other project management methods, it addresses processes. This gives the project some clarity in the sense that you will be able to know who has what responsibility and how and when the various goals can be achieved.

    Prince2 training delivers multiple benefits. The project management training itself is the first major benefit. Being a project leader will enable you to manage a project more efficiently. With Prince2 training, you will also learn to deal with any problems whenever they occur.

    Because it is a well-known methodology, it also has the advantage of providing a 'common language' for talking about the project - vital if other companies or agencies are involved change management training.

    Because it is popular, it means that it is documented well. That makes the training relatively easy. Like the use of Prince2 itself, Prince2 training is carried out the world over.

    If you possess some project management experience, you can still learn Prince2 without attending training classes. However, you mat still need to sit for exams to gain the necessary qualifications.

    These take the form of a one-hour, multiple-choice test (for the Foundation level) and a 2.5 hour essay-based exam (Practitioner level). The exams are administered by the Association of Project Management (APM).

    Organizations offering Prince2 training must be accredited by the Project Management Association. This ensures that training quality is uniform and of the highest standards. change management Melbourne Renewal of accreditation every 3 years is mandatory for Prince2 instructors, as are annual appraisals.

    Practitioners who gain the necessary qualification on completion of Prince2 training must also be re-accredited once every 5 years. To do so, they are only required to sit for a brief, 1 hour written examination.




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