ISEB Certificate in Project Management for PRINCE2 Practitioners

5 Day Course
Official Curriculum
Code QAPJMCP

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Overview

This course is accredited, and follows the syllabus published by the Information Systems Examination Board (ISEB) of the British Computer Society. It is designed to prepare existing and future IS Project Managers to take the examinations leading to the ISEB Certificate in Project Management for Information Systems, an internationally recognised and well respected qualification.

This shortened course is specifically designed for delegates who already hold the PRINCE2™ Foundation and Practitioner Certificates. The course is both intensive and practical, and provides comprehensive coverage of the skills needed to be an effective Project Manager.

Delegates attending the course on a residential basis take the written examination at the end of the course and the written examination fee is included in the course fee. Those attending a non-residential course take the written examination at a later date and also need to book the follow up Revision/Examination day (QAPJMCPEX). In either case, the final oral examination is taken at the ISEB after passing the written paper. Please note that as from 17 April 2007 the oral exam fee will also be included in the course fee.

(PRINCE2 ™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce)

The course is a mix of principles and practical sessions. A case study is used throughout the course to illustrate and practice the concepts and techniques.

Senior Project Managers Workshop
Negotiating Skills
Influencing and Assertiveness
MS Project Master Class

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Modules

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Project Management Overview (1 topic)

  • Setting the scene and defining the project life cycle

PRINCE2™ Overview (1 topic)

  • Brief overview of PRINCE2™ including its philosophy, coverage, interfaces, processes, organisation, plans and benefits

Organisation Structures (2 topics)

  • How projects originate
  • Their place as part of programmes within the Corporate Plan

Feasibility Studies (3 topics)

  • Definition
  • End Products
  • Alternative views

Project Strategies (1 topic)

  • Options available for organising, running and controlling projects

Roles and Responsibilities (2 topics)

  • Identifying roles and responsibilities
  • Getting them defined, allocated and accepted

Estimating (3 topics)

  • Generic, parameter-driven and activity-driven techniques
  • Work Breakdown Structures
  • Cost/Benefit Analysis

Project Planning Overview (1 topic)

  • Review of project planning, covering all the important elements from the definition of a plan, types of plan through to acceptance of the plan

Scheduling (1 topic)

  • Review of network planning, Gantt charts and resource levelling

Risk Management Overview (3 topics)

  • Types of risk
  • Risk analysis
  • Managing risks

Monitoring and Control (3 topics)

  • Monitoring and control of effort, costs, quality, business case, risks and attitudes
  • Earned value analysis
  • Management of external suppliers

Change Control Review (1 topic)

  • The approach to Change Control: Relationship to Configuration Management

Project Start Up and Initiation (1 topic)

  • Review of the PRINCE2™ approach to setting up a project

Managing Project Documentation (1 topic)

  • Review of Configuration Management and the roles and responsibilities associated with other types of documentation

People Management (1 topic)

  • The communication skills, tactics and operational techniques required by a Project Manager

Selection and Induction of Project Team Members (2 topics)

  • Matching people to requirements
  • Making new team members productive as quickly as possible

Team Management (2 topics)

  • The Project Manager's role
  • Making teams effective and productive

Career Development (1 topic)

  • The limitations and opportunities within Project work for staff development

Communication Skills (1 topic)

  • The range of communication skills that will enable Project Managers to "sell" themselves and their Project

Motivation, Productivity & Performance (1 topic)

  • Getting people to do willingly what they have to do anyway

Leadership (1 topic)

  • Leadership styles and their effective application in Project work

Prerequisites

Project Managers and those working in an IS project environment who have already gained the PRINCE2™ Practitioner certificate and wish to expand their knowledge and skills to the standard required by the ISEB syllabus. To be eligible to attend this course leading to the ISEB examination, delegates must: (i) have a minimum of four years' experience in either Information Systems, or in management with a broad experience of Information Technology and Information Systems, and (ii) hold the PRINCE2™ Practitioner certificate.

Additional Learning

The courses below may help you meet the knowledge level required to take this course. If you are unsure please ask a training advisor .

  • PRINCE2 2017 Practitioner

    A 2-Day Training Course on PRINCE2 2009 Practitioner Conversion; upgrades current Foundation certificate holders to become licensed PRINCE2 2009 Practitioners

    2 Day Course Official Curriculum Next Date July 25th in Aberdeen (Blue Sky Citypoint) and 3 Other Locations 180 Scheduled Dates in 32 Locations Course Code QAP2P

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