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jaques193 (jaques193) wrote,
@ 2012-02-08 00:21:00
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    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.

    Prince2 began as an IT-specific project management system. It has its origins around the late 1980s.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.

    It is the actual standard that is used by the UK Government. Training in Prince2 is crucial as it enables individuals to gain an in-depth understanding of an established set of project management rules. Even though these are standard and well-authenticated protocols, they have the flexibility which allows them to be tailored for different projects.
    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.
    The most recent iteration and changes for Prince2 training occurred in 2009, updating it for the modern business environment, simplifying it and addressing potential weaknesses or areas of misunderstanding in the former version.
    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 melbourne The advantages of Prince2 training are numerous. Firstly, of course, is the project management training itself; it gives the project leader a clear overview of how to go about carrying the project through to completion in the most timely and efficient way, and how to adapt to problematic circumstances as and when they arise.

    The methodology is well -known, therefore it provides a language which is common regarding the project. This is important when there are other businesses involved.

    Similarly, its popularity and widespread use means that it is well documented, and therefore training is comparatively easy. prince2 courses Like the use of Prince2 itself, Prince2 training is carried out the world over.

    prince2 course If you have experience in project management, you can study without actually enrolling in a course. In any event, you are still required to write qualifying exams.

    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 Association of Project Management administers the exams.

    Organisations which offer Prince2 training must be accredited by the APM, meaning that there is a high degree of standardisation and reliability in the quality of any training received. Similarly, trainers have to renew their accreditation every three years, and receive yearly checks in the meantime.

    A practitioner who manages to qualify after the Prince2 training has to be re-accredited every five years. This is done by writing a short one hour exam.




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