Prince

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Benefits:

To Gain First Class Project Management Skills

PRINCE2 certification will give you the skills to feel confident in managing projects successfully within the workforce.
Using PRINCE2 in your projects will give you common systems, procedures and language. You will make fewer mistakes, learn from those that you do make, and ultimately save money and effort.

To Improve Employment Prospects

A PRINCE2 qualification is a great asset for your resume.
PRINCE2 is recognised as a world-class international product and is the standard method for
Using PRINCE2 provides you with greater control of resources, and the ability to manage business and project risk more effectively, which provides benefits to:
• individuals seeking leading project management skills and greater employment prospects
• project managers
• directors/executives (senior responsible owners) of projects, and
• organizations

Why Implement PRINCE2 In Your Organisation?

PRINCE2 Is The International Standard Method for Project Management

PRINCE2 is recognised as a world-class international product and is the standard method for project management, not least because it embodies many years of good practice in project management and provides a flexible and adaptable approach to suit all projects.
It is a project management method designed to provide a framework covering the wide variety of disciplines and activities required within a project.
PRINCE2's formal recognition of responsibilities within a project, together with its focus on what a project is to deliver (the why, when and for whom) provides your organisation's projects with:
• a common, consistent approach
• a controlled and organised start, middle and end
• regular reviews of progress against plan
• assurance that the project continues to have a business justification
• flexible decision points
• management control of a View More »

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