PRINCE2 Foundation Exam Syllabus

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To achieve the professional designation of PRojects IN Controlled Environments Foundation from the PRINCE2, candidates must sit for the PRINCE2 Exam and achieve a minimum cut-off score. For those who wish to sit for the PRINCE2 exam, please take a look at the following reference document detailing what should be included in PRINCE2 Foundation Exam preparation.

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PRINCE2 Exam Summary:

Exam Name PRojects IN Controlled Environments Foundation
Exam Code PRINCE2
Exam Fee USD $200
Exam Duration 60 Minutes
Number of Questions 75
Passing Score 50
Format Multiple Choice
Sample Questions PRINCE2 Foundation Certification Exam Sample Questions
Practice Exam PRINCE2 Foundation Practice Exam

PRINCE2 Body of Knowledge:

Unit Content
Overview, Principles and Tailoring PRINCE2 to the Project Environment
Know facts, terms and concepts relating to the overview , principles and tailoring PRINCE2 to the project environment.
Specifically to recall the:
- Six aspects of project performance to be managed
- Definition of a project
- Four integrated elements of principles, themes, processes and the project environment upon which PRINCE2 is based
- Customer/supplier context of a PRINCE2 project
Understand terms and concepts relating to the overview , principles and tailoring PRINCE2 to the project environment, and explain how these are applied on/are involved w ith a project.
Specifically to identify the:
- Benefits of using PRINCE2
- Seven principles
- Characteristics of a project
Business Case (BC) Theme
Know facts, terms and concepts relating to the Business Case theme. Specifically to recall the:
- Definition of a project output, an outcome, a benefitand a dis-benefit
Understand how the Business Case theme relates to the principles; the approach to the treatment of this theme; how it is applied throughout the project life-cycle and the responsibilities involved.
Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the Business Case theme 
- The purpose of a
  1. Business Case
  2. Benefits Review Plan
Know facts, terms and concepts relating to the Organization theme. Specifically to recall the:
- Roles within the Organization theme
Understand how the Organization theme relates to the principles; the approach to the treatment of this theme; how it is applied throughout the project life-cycle and the responsibilities involved.
Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the Organization theme
- The three project interests and how these are represented within the three levels of the project management team structure
- The responsibilities and characteristics of the role of the:
  1. Project Board
  2. Project Manager
  3. Project Assurance
  4. Change Authority
  5. Team Manager
  6. Project Support 
- What a stakeholder is
- The purpose of the Communication Management Strategy 
Quality (QU) Theme
Know facts, terms and concepts relating to the Quality theme. Specifically to recall the:
- Recall the recommended quality review team roles
Understand how the Quality theme relates to the principles; the approach to the treatment of this theme; how it is applied throughout the project lifecycle and the responsibilities involved.
Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the Quality theme
- The difference between quality assurance and Project Assurance
- The objectives of the quality review technique
- The difference between quality planning, quality control and quality assurance
-  The difference between customer’s quality expectations and acceptance criteria
- The purpose of a:
  1. Project Product Description
  2. Product Description
  3. Quality Register
  4. Quality Management Strategy 
Plans (PL) Theme
Know the facts, terms and concepts relating to the Plans theme. Specifically to recall the:
- Levels of plan recommended by PRINCE2
- Four tasks of product-based planning
Understand how the Plans theme relates to the principles; the approach to the treatment of this theme; how it is applied throughout the project lifecycle and the responsibilities involved.
Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the Plans theme
- The levels of plans, their purpose and the interrelationship between the:
  1. Project Plan
  2. Stage Plans
  3. Team Plans
  4. Exception Plan
- The tasks within the product-based planning technique
Risk (RK) Theme
Know facts, terms and concepts relating to the Risk theme. Specifically to recall the:
- The definition of a risk and the difference between a threat and an opportunity
- The recommended risk response types and whether they are used to respond to a threat or an opportunity.
- The difference between a risk owner and a risk actionee
Understand how the Risk theme relates to the principles; the approach to the treatment of this theme; how it is applied throughout the project life-cycle and the responsibilities involved.
Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the Risk theme
- The steps within the recommended risk management procedure. This should include:
  1. Identify the context and therefore the influences on a project’s Risk Management Strategy
  2. Identify the threats and opportunities that may affect a project’s objectives
  3. Estimate risks to assess their probability, impact and proximity
  4. Evaluate the net effect of all risks on a project when aggregated together
  5. Plan risk management responses
  6. Implement planned risk management responses, identifying an appropriate risk owner and/or risk actionee
  7. Communicate information related to risks, both within the project and externally to stakeholders
- The purpose of a risk budget
- The risk probability, risk impact and risk proximity
- The difference between cause, event and effect when expressing a risk
- The purpose of a:
  1. Risk Management Strategy
  2. Risk Register
- The concept of risk appetite and risk tolerance 
Change (CH) Theme
Know facts, terms and concepts relating to the Change theme. Specifically to recall the:
- Three types of issue
- Five typical activities of configuration management
Understand how the Change theme relates to the principles; the approach to the treatment of this theme; how it is applied throughout the project life-cycle and the responsibilities involved.
Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the Change theme
- The purpose of a change budget
- The purpose of a:
  1. Configuration Management Strategy
  2. Configuration Item Record
  3. Issue Report
  4. Issue Register
  5. Product Status Account
- The steps in the recommended issue and change control procedure 
Progress (PG) Theme
Know facts, terms and concepts relating to the Progress theme. Specifically to recall the:
- Lines of authority and reporting between the four levels of management
Understand how the Progress theme relates to the principles; the approach to the treatment of this theme; how it is applied throughout the project life-cycle and the responsibilities involved.
Specifically to identify:
- The difference between event-driven and time-driven controls
- The purpose of the Progress theme
- The concept of management stages and the difference between management and technical stages
- The factors to consider in identifying management stages
- Tolerance(s): when and how tolerances are set and exceptions reported, in which management products tolerances are documented and how management by exception applies to the different levels of management
- The purpose of a:
  1. Daily Log
  2. Lessons Log
  3. Work Package
- The purpose of a:
  1. End Stage Report
  2. End Project Report
  3. Lessons Report
- The purpose of a:
  1. Checkpoint Report
  2. Highlight Report
  3. Exception Report
Starting up a Project (SU) Process
Understand the SU process and how it can be applied and tailored on a project. Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the SU process 
- The objectives of the SU process
- The context of the SU process
- The purpose of a Project Brief
Directing a Project (DP) Process
Understand the DP process and how it can be applied and tailored on a project. Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the DP process
- The objectives of the DP process 
- The context of the DP process
Initiating a Project (IP) Process
Understand the IP process and how it can be applied and tailored on a project. Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the IP process
- The objectives of the IP process
- The context of the IP process
- The purpose of a Project Initiation Documentation (PID) 
Controlling a Stage (CS) Process
Understand the CS process and how it can be applied and tailored on a project. Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the CS process
- The objectives of the CS process 
- The context of the CS process 
Managing Product Delivery (MP) Process
Understand the MP process and how it can be applied and tailored on a project. Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the MP process
- The objectives of the MP process
- The context of the MP process
Managing a Stage Boundary (SB) Process
Understand the SB process and how it can be applied and tailored on a project. Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the SB process 
- The objectives of the SB process
- The context of the SB process
Closing a Project (CP) Process
Understand the CP process and how it can be applied and tailored on a project. Specifically to identify:
- The purpose of the CP process
- The objectives of the CP process 
- The context of the CP process

 

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