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PRINCE2 Practitioner certification

PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner virtual training

Combined PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner virtual classes are a fast and effective way of earning your desired project management qualifications.

Our training experts will guide you through all aspects of successful project management using the PRINCE2 project management methodology.

Courses are based on the latest PRINCE2 6th edition. PRINCE2 Foundation exams and PRINCE2 Practitioner exams included.

  • Ensure you are 100% prepared to ace your PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner exams with expert guidance from our accredited PRINCE2 trainers
  • Included in the cost is a copy of the official PRINCE2 manual – Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2
  • Virtual classes offer a great distance learning alternative for those not based in the UK and businesses with dispersed teams.
Accreditation Accreditation: AXELOS
Pre-requisites Pre-requisites: None
classroom Format: Classroom course

PRINCE2 Practitioner virtual training

A virtual PRINCE2 Practitioner course is a great way to explore difficult PRINCE2 concepts with the help of a professional PRINCE2 trainer and project management industry veteran.

The PRINCE2 Practitioner syllabus explores practical application of the PRINCE2 project management methodology.

This course is based on the latest PRINCE2 6th edition. PRINCE2 Practitioner exam included.

  • Learn to successfully manage projects with the world’s most popular project management methodology
  • Enhance your CV and advance your project management career through professional certification.
Accreditation Accreditation: AXELOS
Pre-requisites Pre-requisites: PRINCE2 Foundation
classroom Format: Classroom course

PRINCE2 Foundation certification

PRINCE2 Foundation virtual course

Earn your PRINCE2 Foundation certification with the help of our PRINCE2 training experts.

This PRINCE2 Foundation course will help you understand the basic principles, processes, and themes of PRINCE2 project management.

This course is based on the latest PRINCE2 6th edition. PRINCE2 Foundation exam included.

  • Improve your career prospects with an internationally recognised project manager qualification
  • Learn to apply practical skills in support of support project managers and developers.
Accreditation Accreditation: AXELOS
Pre-requisites Pre-requisites: None
classroom Format: Classroom course

Or book a PRINCE2 self-study online courses

Self-paced PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner course

This combined PRINCE2 course includes both the full PRINCE2 Foundation course and Practitioner course at reduced cost.

This online training course will help you earn your PRINCE2 Practitioner certification and begin managing projects with confidence.

Courses are based on the latest PRINCE2 6th edition. PRINCE2 Foundation exam and PRINCE2 Practitioner exam included.

  • Earn both entry-level and intermediate PRINCE2 qualifications
  • This training comes with full 1-year access to both our PRINCE2 Foundation online course and PRINCDE2 Practitioner online course
  • You’ll also receive a free copy of the official PRINCE2 6th edition handbook – Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2.
Accreditation Accreditation: AXELOS
Pre-requisites Pre-requisites: None
self-paced Format: Online self-study course

Self-paced PRINCE2 Foundation course

This PRINCE2 Foundation course teaches you how to support successful projects using a variety of project management skills.

This entry-level PRINCE2 Foundation certification is the first step towards becoming a registered PRINCE2 Practitioner.

This course is based on the latest PRINCE2 6th edition. PRINCE2 Foundation exam included.

  • Learn key concepts of PRINCE2 project management
  • Begin working towards the PRINCE2 Practitioner course and an advanced professional certification
  • Our training courses are designed to help you pass your PRINCE2 Foundation examination. We’re proud to boast a 99% pass rate.
Accreditation Accreditation: AXELOS
Pre-requisites Pre-requisites: None
self-paced Format: Online self-study course
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Self-paced PRINCE2 Practitioner course

PRINCE2 Practitioner certification is a benchmark of capability within the project management industry.

Learn to apply key concepts in context and tailor the PRINCE2 method to suit your project management needs.

This course is based on the latest PRINCE2 6th edition. Practitioner exam included.

  • Learn an in-depth understanding of the PRINCE2 themes and processes, including risk management, controlling project stages, roles, responsibilities, and more
  • Passing the Practitioner examination shows employers that you’re able to successfully manage complex projects.
Accreditation Accreditation: AXELOS
Pre-requisites Pre-requisites: PRINCE2 Foundation
self-paced Format: Online self-study course

More information about Aberdeen

Training in Aberdeen

Aberdeen Maritime Museum – Shiprow, Aberdeen AB11 5BY
Aberdeen Maritime Museum

Aberdeen is the third most populated city in Scotland, with an official population estimate of 200,680 for the city of Aberdeen and 227,560 for the surrounding council area.

In 2018, Aberdeen was found to be the best city in the UK to start a business. It has been labelled a leading business hub and is only city in Scotland to be designated an economic ‘super city.’

If you’d like to attend training at our Aberdeen training venue, you can find us at 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen AB10 1BL. Nearby you’ll find the Aberdeen Art Gallery houses and the Aberdeen Maritime Museum – Shiprow, Aberdeen AB11 5BY.

Travel to and from Aberdeen

Air

Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) – Dyce, Aberdeen AB21 7DU
Aberdeen Airport (ABZ)

International and local visitors to Aberdeen will likely arrive via air at Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) at Dyce, north of the city. Nearby is the local heliport, which services the oil industry and rescue services. With the discovery of North Sea oil, the heliport links the growing number of oil platforms to the mainland, making it one of the busiest commercial heliports in the world.


Bus

Aberdeen railway station –  Guild St, Aberdeen AB11 6LX
Aberdeen railway station

Local bus services offer public transport in the city and between local towns in the area with Aberdeen Tramways depot on King Street serving as the primary point of departure. Most trains arrive and deport from Aberdeen railway station – Guild St, Aberdeen AB11 6LX.

Long distance coaches provide travel to neighbouring towns and cities with regular services to and from London, Glasgow and Edinburgh


Cycle

Deeside Way, Aberdeen – Cults, Aberdeen AB15 9NP
Deeside Way in Aberdeen

If you’d like to stretch your legs, Aberdeen is connected to the UK National Cycle Network, and has tracks south to Dundee and Edinburgh and one to the north that forks to Inverness and Fraserburgh.

Two popular sight-seeing paths are the Deeside Way to Banchory and the Formartine and Buchan Way to Ellon, used by a mixture of cyclists, walkers and horses.

Things to do in Aberdeen

Museums

Aberdeen Art Gallery – Art Gallery, Schoolhill, Aberdeen AB10 1FQ
Aberdeen Art Gallery

Aberdeen Art Gallery houses a collection of Victorian, Scottish and British. It also includes a collection of late art donated by the museum's first benefactor. New exhibitions of contemporary art are displayed regularly.

The Aberdeen Maritime Museum, in Shiprow, includes a model of the Murchison oil production platform and a 19th-century assembly taken from Rattray Head lighthouse.

Marischal Museum Aberdeen
Marischal Museum Aberdeen

Marischal Museum holds the collections of the University of Aberdeen. Almost 80,000 items of fine art, Scottish history and archaeology, are stored here. Permanent displays feature alongside a regular rotation of temporary exhibitions.


Festivals

Aberdeen Student Show
Aberdeen Student Show

Aberdeen hosts dozens of festivals and out-door events such as the Aberdeen International Youth Festival, Aberdeen Jazz Festival, Aberdeen Alternative Festival and the University of Aberdeen's annual May Fest.

The Aberdeen Student Show is the longest-running of its kind in the United Kingdom. It is written, produced and performed by students and graduates of Aberdeen's universities. On a handful of occasions it has been staged at His Majesty's Theatre – Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen AB25 1GL. The Student Show traditionally combines comedy and music.

National festivals in Aberdeen included the British Science Festival, hosted by the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University and at other venues across the city. The University of Aberdeen also hosts the Inter Varsity Folk Dance Festival, the longest running folk festival in the United Kingdom.


Music and film

Aberdeen Music Hall
Aberdeen Music Hall

Aberdeen sports a variety of live music venues. Belmont Street is particularly well-known its’ live music and night culture. Popular music venues include the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre and the Aberdeen Music Hall – Union St, Aberdeen AB10 1QS.

Notable Aberdonian musicians include Annie Lennox, Emeli Sandé, cult band Pallas and composer John McLeod.

Local cinemas include The Belmont Picturehouse – 49 Belmont St, Aberdeen AB10 1JS, among others.

Training in Aberdeen

Aberdeen is the third most populated city in Scotland, with an official population estimate of 200,680 for the city of Aberdeen and 227,560 for the surrounding council area.In 2018, Aberdeen was found to be the best city in the UK to start a business. It has been labelled a leading business hub and is only city in Scotland to be designated an economic ‘super city.’If you’d like to attend training at our Aberdeen training venue, you can find us at 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen AB10 1BL. Nearby you’ll find the Aberdeen Art Gallery houses and the Aberdeen Maritime Museum – Shiprow, Aberdeen AB11 5BY.

Aberdeen Maritime Museum

Travel to and from Aberdeen

Air

Aberdeen Airport (ABZ)

International and local visitors to Aberdeen will likely arrive via air at Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) at Dyce, north of the city. Nearby is the local heliport, which services the oil industry and rescue services. With the discovery of North Sea oil, the heliport links the growing number of oil platforms to the mainland, making it one of the busiest commercial heliports in the world.

Bus

Local bus services offer public transport in the city and between local towns in the area with Aberdeen Tramways depot on King Street serving as the primary point of departure. Most trains arrive and deport from Aberdeen railway station – Guild St, Aberdeen AB11 6LX.

Long distance coaches provide travel to neighbouring towns and cities with regular services to and from London, Glasgow and Edinburgh

Aberdeen railway station

Cycle

Deeside Way in Aberdeen

If you’d like to stretch your legs, Aberdeen is connected to the UK National Cycle Network, and has tracks south to Dundee and Edinburgh and one to the north that forks to Inverness and Fraserburgh.

Two popular sight-seeing paths are the Deeside Way to Banchory and the Formartine and Buchan Way to Ellon, used by a mixture of cyclists, walkers and horses.

Things to do in Aberdeen

Museums

Aberdeen Art Gallery houses a collection of Victorian, Scottish and British. It also includes a collection of late art donated by the museum’s first benefactor. New exhibitions of contemporary art are displayed regularly.

The Aberdeen Maritime Museum, in Shiprow, includes a model of the Murchison oil production platform and a 19th-century assembly taken from Rattray Head lighthouse.

Aberdeen Art Gallery

Aberdeen Student Show

Marischal Museum holds the collections of the University of Aberdeen. Almost 80,000 items of fine art, Scottish history and archaeology, are stored here. Permanent displays feature alongside a regular rotation of temporary exhibitions.

Festivals

Aberdeen hosts dozens of festivals and out-door events such as the Aberdeen International Youth Festival, Aberdeen Jazz Festival, Aberdeen Alternative Festival and the University of Aberdeen’s annual May Fest.

The Aberdeen Student Show is the longest-running of its kind in the United Kingdom. It is written, produced and performed by students and graduates of Aberdeen’s universities. On a handful of occasions it has been staged at His Majesty’s Theatre – Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen AB25 1GL. The Student Show traditionally combines comedy and music.

National festivals in Aberdeen included the British Science Festival, hosted by the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University and at other venues across the city. The University of Aberdeen also hosts the Inter Varsity Folk Dance Festival, the longest running folk festival in the United Kingdom.

Aberdeen Student Show

Music and film

Aberdeen Music Hall

Aberdeen sports a variety of live music venues. Belmont Street is particularly well-known its’ live music and night culture. Popular music venues include the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre and the Aberdeen Music Hall – Union St, Aberdeen AB10 1QS.

Notable Aberdonian musicians include Annie Lennox, Emeli Sandé, cult band Pallas and composer John McLeod.

Local cinemas include The Belmont Picturehouse – 49 Belmont St, Aberdeen AB10 1JS, among others.

PRINCE2 course FAQs

Online PRINCE2 training courses are a convenient, cost-effective way to earn your PRINCE2 Foundation certification and PRINCE2 Practitioner certification.

PRINCE2 is an industry standard in the project management profession. Choose from either a self-study PRINCE 2 course or online, virtual PRINCE2 training.

PRINCE2 project management training teaches key concepts in project management and the practical application of project management skills.

We’re an accredited training organisation. Our courses and designed and delivered by PRINCE2 training experts. You can be sure that whether you choose a PRINCE2Foundation course or advanced PRINCE2 Practitioner course, you’ll receive the best possible training available.

Our PRINCE2 Foundation virtual classes take 2 days to complete. Our PRINCE2 Practitioner virtual classes also take 2 days to cover the full PRINCE2 Practitioner syllabus. This does not account for any additional time you may want to revise before attempting the PRINCE2 Foundation or PRINCE2 Practitioner examinations.

If you choose to self-study through our online courses, we’ll provide you with a full 1-year’s access to our online learning platform. Students who elect to learn through a self-paced course generally require 15-35 hours to cover all learning material adequately.

If you work full time and cannot commit to a fixed classroom schedule, or self-paced courses allow you to study towards a PRINCE2 qualification over several months, requiring just a few minutes of study each day.

The PRINCE2 Foundation examination assesses whether your understanding of the method is sufficient to work effectively as a member of a project management team within a PRINCE2 project environment.

The purpose of the PRINCE2 Practitioner examination is to assess whether you can apply and tailor PRINCE2 in context. If you pass the exam, you should, with suitable direction, be able to start applying the method to a real project.

Neither the PRINCE2 Foundation exam nor the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam is difficult with adequate preparation. If you choose to study through either our self-paced PRINCE2 training or our PRINCE2 virtual classes, you’ll receive high-quality training designed and delivered by PRINCE2 training experts. You’ll also receive additional revision material and practice exams to help you prepare for your prince2 examinations.

Thanks to the hard work of our professional trainers and e-learning experts, our students have a pass rate that is 10% higher than the national average.

Whether it's worth doing a PRINCE2 course largely depends on your current situation and your career aspirations.

If you currently work in support of projects and project managers, PRINCE2 training can help you understand how your role facilitates the successful management of projects. You'll also learn practices that may make your or your colleagues' job easier.

If you want to work as a project manager, having at least one professional certification on your CV is a must. Employers want to see that you're trained in project management best-practice and have an understanding of the tools and processes required to successfully manage projects.

If you're already employed as a project manager. Earning a PRINCE2 qualification may help broaden your career prospects and make you more eligible to work in organisations that rely heavily on the PRINCE2 method to deliver products and services.

PRINCE2 (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is a structured project management method and certification programme. PRINCE2 emphasizes dividing projects into manageable and controllable stages.

First developed for use by the British Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency (CCTA), PRINCE2 has since been revised and modernized to suit modern project management needs.

Today, PRINCE2 is the most widely used project management methodology in both private and public sectors in the UK. There are PRINCE2 practitioners working in every corner of the globe, including the UK, Western Europe, North America, and Australia.

A PRINCE2 course aims to teach students everything they need to know about the methodology in preparation for their PRINCE2 examinations.

Passing your PRINCE2 exams and earning your desired PRINCE2 qualification shows to employers that you have an understanding of project management best-practice and the ability to, with some guidance, begin applying your knowledge and skills to working projects.

PRINCE2 Agile is the latest addition to the PRINCE2 training and certification scheme. PRINCE2 Agile helps PRINCE2 project managers tailor their approach to project management with the addition of agile tools, agile techniques, and agile ways of working.

While PRINCE2 alone is more than capable of working within agile contexts and aiding the management of agile projects, PRINCE2 Agile Foundation and PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner training will help you understand how you can adjust PRINCE2 governance tolerances to create an optimal approach to agile management.

PRINCE2 Agile Foundation courses have no prerequisites making an excellent way for those with limited knowledge of PRINCE2 to expand their skills and understanding of agile management.

PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner courses only require that candidates first pass the PRINCE2 Agile Foundation examination. The PRINCE2 Practitioner syllabus covers an in-depth analysis of PRINCE2 governance in agile contexts, including how you can adjust each principle, process, and role in response to changing requirements.