***************This Course is currently not available, please do not enroll*************** PRINCE2® Practitioner Training

***************This Course is currently not available, please do not enroll*************** PRINCE2® Practitioner Training

₹18,500 ₹13,250

***************This Course is currently not available, please do not enroll*************** 

Advance your knowledge of the world’s leading project management methodology, PRINCE2®, to Practitioner level with this convenient no-classroom courseware. Building on the foundation level study, this course is an ideal investment for businesses looking to train staff in advanced-level PRINCE2®, as well as individuals who will benefit from adding PRINCE2® Practitioner training to their CV.

What Will I Learn?

At Practitioner level, students learn to tailor the seven Principles, Themes and Processes to every project, and how to apply them in the appropriate context. This more in-depth study of the PRINCE2® methodology is a must for project managers working in a PRINCE2® supported environment – 85% of practitioners state that they find PRINCE2® helpful in their day to day role.

Why Choose PRINCE2® 2017?

The latest update of PRINCE2® has a stronger focus on the tailoring of the PRINCE2® methodology, ensuring optimum results for every business and organisation, across all types of projects.

Businesses and individuals looking for the most up to date PRINCE2® training should invest in PRINCE2® 2017. Those who have previously studied PRINCE2® 2009 are also advised to familiarise themselves with the new course content.


Take your understanding of PRINCE2® 2017 to Practitioner level with the latest update of the world’s most widely used project management methodology.

  • Understand the key concepts relating to projects and PRINCE2®.
  • Study the PRINCE2® Principles – continued business justification, learn from experience, defined roles and responsibilities, manage by stages, manage by exception, focus on products, and tailor to suit the product – to Practitioner level.
  • Learn to apply the seven PRINCE2® Principles in context.
  • Understand how to apply and tailor relevant aspects of the seven PRINCE2® Themes – business case, organisation, quality, plans, risk, change and progress – in context.
  • Study the seven PRINCE2® Processes – starting a project, directing a project, initiating a project, controlling a stage, managing product delivery, managing stage boundaries and closing a project – and learn how to apply and tailor them in context.


  • Courseware for the newest version of PRINCE2® at Practitioner level.
  • PRINCE2® 2017 is the latest official update and the first major revision of PRINCE2® since 2009.
  • Update reinforces PRINCE2®’s unrivalled reputation as best practice in project management.
  • PRINCE2® 2017 at Practitioner level focuses on tailoring the methodology to suit every business, organisation and project.
  • Continue on to take the Practitioner level exam (not included) to achieve PRINCE2® certification.
  • Students can learn when and where is convenient to them.
  • A savvy investment for businesses and organisations who wish to streamline, unify and optimise their project management methods.
  • The ideal next step for project managers who have already completed the Foundation level training (or equivalent).
  • Axelos, the global best practice solutions provider responsible for developing PRINCE2®, also offers an online membership service (payable) to assist you on your PRINCE2® journey.
  • Practitioners holding the current PRINCE2® certificate are not required to take the updated 2017 exams but are recommended to familiarise themselves with the new course material.

The PRINCE2® courses on this page are offered by Spoce ATO of AXELOS Limited. PRINCE2® is a registered trade mark of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved.

Units of study
Getting Started Module
  • Learning Objectives
  • What is a Project?
  • What is Project Management?
  • Why PRINCE2®?
  • Reasons Why Projects Fail?
  • Addressing Project Failure
  • What is a Programme
  • Projects in Context - Portfolio
  • Module Summary
Introduction to PRINCE2® Module
  • Introduction to PRINCE2®
  • PRINCE2 Background
  • PRINCE2 Structure
  • The Seven Principles
  • The Seven Themes
  • The Seven Processes
  • Process and Themes Integration
  • Process Model
  • Tailoring and Embedding
  • Module Summary
Processes SU and IP
  • SU Process - Activities
  • SU Process - Activities and Outputs
  • SU Process - Task
  • IP Process - Activities
  • IP Process - Activities and Outputs
  • IP Process - Task
  • Module Summary
Processes CS and MP
  • CS & MP Processes - Learning Objectives
  • CS Process - Activities
  • CS Process - Activities and Outputs
  • CS Process - Task
  • MP Process - Activities
  • MP Process - Activities and Outputs
  • MP Process - Task
  • Module Summary
Processes DP SB and CP
  • DP, SB & CP Processes - Learning Objectives
  • DP Process - Activities
  • DP Process - Activities and Outputs
  • DP Process - Task
  • SB Process - Activities
  • SB Process - Activities and Outputs
  • SB Process - Task
  • CP Process - Activities
  • CP Process - Activities & Outputs
  • CP Process - Task
  • Process / Timeline Relationship
  • Module Summary
Organization Theme
  • Organization Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Organization Theme and the Principles
  • The Four Levels of Management
  • The Project Management Team
  • Project Board
  • User and Supplier Groups
  • Project Assurance
  • Change Authority and Change Budget
  • Project Manager
  • Team Manager
  • Project Support
  • Tailoring Organization
  • Module Summary
Business Case Theme
  • Business Case Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Business Case Theme and the Principles
  • Definition: Output, Outcome, Benefit and Dis-benefit
  • Types of Business Case
  • Tailoring Project and Programme Business Cases
  • Business Case Development Path and Benefits Management Approach
  • Benefits Management Approach
  • Tailoring Business Case
  • Module Summary
Risk Theme
  • Learning Objectives
  • Risk Theme and the Principles
  • Threats and Opportunities
  • Risk Management Approach
  • Risk Register
  • Risk Management Procedure Technique
  • Risk Response Types
  • Risk Budget
  • Tailoring Risk
  • Module Summary
Plans Theme
  • Plans Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Plans Theme and the Principles
  • Plans Defined
  • Plan Purpose and the 3 Levels of Plan
  • PRINCE2 Approach to Product-Based Planning
  • Management Stages VS Delivery Steps
  • Defining & Anlyzing the Products
  • Product Breakdown Structure
  • Product Description
  • Example Product Flow Diagram
  • Identifying Activities & Dependencies
  • Preparing Estimates
  • Preparing A Schedule
  • Resourcing the Plan
  • Analyze Risks to the Plan
  • Documenting a Plan
  • MoSCoW Prioritization Technique
  • Tailoring Plans
  • Module Summary
Quality Theme
  • Quality Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Quality Theme and the Principles
  • Quality Defined
  • Project Assurance VS Quality Assurance
  • PRINCE2 Approach to Quality
  • The Quality Audit Trail
  • Customer Quality Expectations, Acceptance Criteria and the Project Product Description
  • Quality Management Approach
  • Product Description
  • Quality Responsibilities
  • Quality Register
  • Quality Control - Quality Methods
  • Quality Review Technique
  • Quality Review Team Roles
  • Quality Review Technique
  • Tailoring Quality
  • Module Summary
Change Theme
  • Change Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Change Theme and the Principles
  • Management Products and Baselines
  • Why Manage Change?
  • Change Control Approach
  • Types of Issue
  • Issue and Change Control
  • Change Authority and Change Budget
  • Issue and Change Control Procedure Technique
  • Issue Register and Issue Report
  • Configuration or Asset Management
  • Tailoring Change
  • Module Summary
Progress Theme
  • Progress Theme - Learning Objectives
  • Progress Theme and the Principles
  • Delegating Authority via Tolerance
  • Project Controls
  • Decision Points for Progress Control
  • Control Types and Baselines
  • Workpackage - Baseline for Control
  • Management Products for Reporting
  • Checkpoint Report
  • Highlight Report
  • Exception Report
  • Raising Exceptions
  • Tailoring Progress
  • Module Summary
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