PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner
The PRINCE2 credential is widely recognized and accepted worldwide. The PRINCE2 Foundation is an entry-level certification and the PRINCE2 Practitioner is the second level certification.
There are two levels to the qualification:
The Foundation Level is the first qualification that is required to become a PRINCE2® Practitioner. This level is aiming to measure whether a candidate could act as an informed member of a project management team on a Project using the PRINCE2® method, within an environment supporting PRINCE2®. To this end they need to show they understand the principles and terminology of the method.
The Practitioner Level Candidates must pass the Foundation exam before proceeding to the Practitioner level. The Practitioner Level aims to measure whether the candidate is able to apply PRINCE2® methods to the running and managing of a Project. They need to show that they are able to finetune PRINCE2® to different project circumstances and understand the relationship between processes, components and techniques.
N.B: It is possible to take the Foundation Level Examination only
TRAINING & EXAM FEE
Foundation Training & Certification Exam – N190,000
Practitioner Training & Certification Exam – N220,000
Foundation & Practitioner Training & Certification Exams – N400,000
- Accredited Training Manuals
- Soft & Hard Copy Training Materials
- Certificate of Training
- Professional Training by Highly Experienced PRINCE2 Practitioners
- Tea/Lunch Break
- Networking Opportunities
- Guide in PRINCE2 Exam Registration & Application
- And Lots More
ABOUT THE PRINCE2 FOUNDATION & PRACTITIONER EXAMINATION
The Foundation Exam is either paper based or computer based. Multiple choice questions are to be answered within one hour. Examination is in a closed – book format. You are required to get 35 out of 70 correct answers in order to pass the examination, this translates to a 50% pass score. There are 5 Pretest (unscored questions) within this exam.
The Practitioner Exam is a scenario-based examination. The exam is expected to last for two and half hours. This exam is in an open – book format. Candidates are required to score 44 marks or more out of 80. The pass mark is 55%.