PRINCE2 Course London (With Exams)
Enroll on classroom PRINCE2 training in London and learn the world's top project management method.
- During these classroom training courses you'll learn project management best practices to apply at work.
- A PRINCE2 course in London helps you gain the qualifications to succeed in your career.
- All PRINCE2 courses based on PRINCE2 2017 version - accredited by PeopleCert on behalf of AXELOS.
Foundation & Practitioner
4.5-day course helps you learn to apply the PRINCE2 method. For those managing or directing projects.
Format: classroom. Course code: P2FP. Location: London.
2-day course helps you learn the method. For team members, those supporting projects, or just wanting to learn.
Format: classroom. Course code: P2F. Location: London.
2.5-day course for Foundation students ready to take Practitioner. For those managing or directing projects.
Format: classroom. Course code: P2P. Location: London.
London Weekend and Online Learning
Full range of PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner training is available at weekends. Experienced trainers. Small class sizes. Format: classroom courses.
Get qualified online. Full range of certified online study methods available. Flexible, affordable, convenient. Works on all devices. Format: online courses.
Combine PRINCE2 with Agile to get structure and flexibility. This course requires you hold a Foundation qualification. Format: classroom courses.
Choose a Foundation and Practitioner exams options. Get certified with an exam online or at our London exam centre. These options don't include classroom training.
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Other project management qualifications
PRINCE2 is a methodology – it is not a project management standard. It does not provide many of the most common project management tools and techniques which are found in other bodies of knowledge. It describes who takes decisions and when on a project. It does not describe how a project manager performs a technique.
In the UK, the Association for Project Management (APM) publishes the APM Body of Knowledge (APMBoK) which does contain many tools and techniques not covered by PRINCE2. APM also provides 2 project management qualifications. These are highly recommended as a compliment to PRINCE2.
You can take an APM project management course online. See this page for details of APM Qualifications.
In the US, the PMBOK® Guide from the American Project Management Institute (PMI®) is a project management standard. Qualifications which are based upon the PMBOK® Guide include Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®). This article describes the differences between PRINCE2 and the PMBOK® Guide.
Both the APM and the PMI qualifications are a great compliment to a PRINCE2 qualification.
“PMI”, “PMP”, “CAPM” and “PMBOK” are registered marks of Project Management Institute, Inc.