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Defining a project and its constituent parts
Identifying common project problems
How PRINCE2 can be used to overcome project problems

An overview of the 8 process within PRINCE2, and how they are used throughout the lifecycle of a project:

Starting Up A Project –developing the definition of the project from the project mandate; creating an outline business case; identifying the quality expectations of the customer.

Initiating A Project
– identifying all the products that the project will produce, planning the project in detail and setting up controls and administration

Directing A Project
– authorisation of all project and stage plans and decisions on handling issues and exceptions

Controlling A Stage – activities for day to day management of the project

Managing Product Delivery – product creation, quality reviews of products and reporting to the Project Manager on progress
Managing Stage Boundaries – creation of all stage and exception plans

Closing A Project – controlled closure of a project so that all deliverables attain formal customer sign off, and all outstanding issues are captured for future reference
Planning – product based planning

Identifying each of the components of a PRINCE2 project, and how each component supports the Project

Management, Risk Management and Quality Management

Business Case – an approach to the development of the business case

Organisation – establishing an effective organisation structure for the project

Plans – these are the backbone of any management information system of a project and should comprehensively identify products, activities and required resources.

Controls – establishing the decision making framework that will operate across the project organisation structure

Management of risk – identifying and controlling risks so that the project is kept on track and will conclude successfully

Quality in a project environment – defining quality management and the elements that it comprises

Configuration Management – managing the assets of the project

Change Control – capture, log and manage all requested changes

Review of key exam topics
Guide on how to structure answers
Mock exams with answers marked by the trainer, and the provision of one to one feedback to each delegate

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