The PRINCE2® Examination Board has determined that all PRINCE2 Practitioners should be re-registered within 3-5 years of their original certification. UNICOM's course is focused on reviewing and revision of the Practitioner Level followed by the new format examination.
PRINCE2 ® courses are presented by Ian Procter, Sianti Ltd, accredited Training Organisation for PRINCE2, on behalf of UNICOM. Background:
The PRINCE2 Examination Board has determined that all PRINCE2
Practitioners should be re-registered within 3-5 years of their
original certification. UNICOM’s course is focused on
reviewing and revision of the Practitioner Level followed by the new
format examination. The topics covered are:
* Revision of the delegates’ understanding of the scope, components and processes of PRINCE2
* Starting up and initiating a project
* Business Case
* Component organisation : Plans and Control
* The Management of Risk
* Quality in a Project Environment
* Quality Review
* Configuration Management
* Document Management
* Change Management
* Hints and tips on passing examination
* Typical examination scenarios
* Mock examinations
Dr Ian Procter, has developed a range of new on-line Practitioner
material to help delegates with the new format of the Practitioner
examination. Delegates will have access to this material from
about two weeks before the course. They will also be sent Case
Study exercises which contain the Scenario information.
Candidates should do all exercises before the start of the course.
Even though they are not taking the Foundation examination, candidates
should revise and have at their finger-tips, the factual information
covered in the Foundation course. So we give our delegates
on-line access to about 340 Foundation exam questions to revise.before
the start of the course.
Since January 1 2008 the PRINCE2 Re-registration exam has become an
Objective Testing Exam. This re-registration comprises a 1-hour
examination set at the same standard as the Practitioner examination.
The examination format is 3 questions, with a scenario background and appendices.
• Each of the 3 questions is worth 40 marks
• An overall score of 60 out of a possible 120 is required to pass
• One hour duration
• Open-book examination (only the PRINCE2 Manual is allowed).
This price includes:
Extensive pre-course material supplied prior to the start of the course
Access to sample examination questions
Lunch and refreshments
PRINCE2® is a registered trade mark of the Cabinet Office