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Location: Broomfield Hall

Weeks: 1

Hours: 32.00

Interview: N

Course Summary

This course trains you in fully applying the PRINCE2® principles to the running and management of projects. It provides expert tuition and coaching to take you from beginner stage all the way through to becoming a registered PRINCE2® Practitioner.

Days 1 to 3 introduce you PRINCE2® and include foundation stage training, exam preparation and the Foundation Exam 1. The Foundation Exam consists of 75 questions, five of which are trial questions which do not carry a mark. Of the remaining 70 questions, the candidate needs to score 50% or more (i.e. 35 or more) to pass.

Days 4 to 5 cover practitioner training, exam preparation and the Practitioner Exam 2. The Practitioner Exam consists of 80 multiple choice questions over 2.5 hours and a pass mark of 55% is required to become a registered Prince2® Practitioner.

The price of the course covers registration, tuition, materials including your Prince2® textbook, examination, accreditation and full catering during the course. Please note that we do not charge VAT so the price quoted represents the total cost.

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