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How Do I Maintain My PMP® Certification?

Did you get PMP® certified? Congratulations! It is not an easy feat to go through all the hard work in order to get your PMP® certification. But your credential is valid for only three years. You must participate in the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program of PMI to keep your credentials active.As a PMP® credential holder, it is recommended by the Project Management Institute (PMI) to earn 60 PDUs (Professional Development Units) every three years. The CCR program encourages every PMP® certified professional to undergo educational and professional development activity. One PDU is equivalent to one hour of time that you spend in a Professional Development activity. There are multiple ways to earn these PDUs.Maintain your PMP® certification with CCR and PDUsEarning your PMP® certification is a big step but maintaining it should not be a big issue for you. The Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program offered by PMI is designed for you to grow and develop the skills that organisations are seeking in the present market scenario and at the same time you can maintain your certification status.CCR is an easy-to-use online tool through which you can report your PDUs. The Professional Development Units (PDUs) can be calculated in blocks of one hour of time that you spend by learning, teaching others, or volunteering. You can maintain your PMP® certification status with PMI by accumulating and tracking these PDUs over a three-year period.You need to earn 60 PDUs in order to maintain your PMP® certification exam. You can claim the required PDUs in two forms. They are:EducationGiving backPMP® Certification renewal feesOnce you meet the PDU requirements of CCR, you can complete the renewal process of your credential at any point of the cycle. You will receive an electronic notification to apply for PMP® certification renewal after PMI confirms that you have met the PDU requirements. You will be directed to submit the renewal fee payment on the online certification system as soon as you receive the notification. You should keep in mind that you must submit the payment in no later than 90 days after your cycle end date.The CCR renewal fee for members and non-members are as follows:PMI Membership StatusCCR Renewal FeePMI member$60Non-member$150Ways to earn PDUs through Educational activities - PMI Talent Triangle™`Research shows that the ideal skill set which the practitioners need to possess should comprise of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management competency. This is called the PMI Talent Triangle™. These competencies can be explained as:Technical project management: This competency comprises of the knowledge, skills, and behaviors related to specific domains of Project, Program, and Portfolio Management.Leadership: This competency comprises of the knowledge, skills, and behavior specific to leadership-oriented, cross-cutting activities that help an organisation to achieve its business goal.Strategic and business management: This competency includes the knowledge and expertise required in the industry or an organisation that enhances performance and delivers the business outcomes in a better way.The courses and activities included under the three components of the PMI Talent Triangle™ for the candidates to meet the 60 PDU bundle requirement prescribed by PMI are as follows:TechnicalLeadershipStrategic and Business ManagementLife Cycle ManagementCoaching & MentoringCustomer relationship & satisfactionTime, Scope, Risk ManagementProblem SolvingBenefits RealisationEstimationTeam BuildingLegal & Regulatory complianceAgile PracticesEmotional IntelligenceStrategic planning & analysisGovernanceConflict ManagementOperational FunctionsData gathering and modelingBrainstormingBusiness acumenEarned value managementInfluencingCompetitive analysisPerformance ManagementListeningMarket awarenessInterpersonal skillsBusiness models and structuresYou can choose from one of the following options under Education in order to earn the 35 PDUs under the CCR program offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®:1. Course or TrainingThe courses or training refers to the Instructor-led formal education courses or classes held in-person or online. Taking up the educational training courses is one of the effective and traditional ways to learn. You can choose the best-suited option from the plethora of options offered by PMI and third-party providers across the globe to earn 1 PDU of every hour of instruction:Training courses offered by a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P)Face-to-face and instructor-led courses from PMI SeminarsWorld®Educational events held by PMI chapterAcademic education through programs accredited by the PMI Global Accreditation Center (GAC)Courses offered by other third-party providersE-learning On Demand courses.2. Organisation MeetingsThe activities, meetings, and local events are referred to as organisation meetings which provide you with an opportunity to learn and network with the other professionals. You can earn 1 to 2 PDUs by attending the events organised by PMI throughout the year.3. Online or Digital MediaThis comprises of the self-paced learning conducted online or through varied forms of digital media. You can customise your learning and educational opportunities according to your needs and suitability with the help of technology. There are numerous educational webinars, videos, and other types of digital content available online and on demand. You can earn 1 PDU by attending 1 hour of learning. The opportunities available through these resources are as follows:ProjectManagement.comPMI Online CoursesPMI Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.s).4. ReadDid you know that you can earn PDUs for your CCR by reading? Yes, you can do that through self-directed reading that is relevant to your PMP® certification. Reading is one of the valuable components of learning and there are numerous reading resources available that is related to the profession. You can choose from articles, books, whitepapers, or blogs to keep yourself updated in order to support your ongoing professional development.5. Informal LearningYou can also earn PDUs to maintain your PMP® certification by taking part in educational opportunities which focus on structured discussions. Sometimes, you get to learn from interaction with others. Also, 1 hour of learning under informal learning is equivalent to 1 PDU.Ways to earn PDUs by giving back to the professionYou can expand your knowledge and skills both personally and professionally while earning your PDUs to maintain your PMP® certification by giving back to the profession. This can prove to be a unique and great way to expand your horizons.Choose from the following ways to earn your PDUs by giving back to the profession:1. Work as a PractitionerYou can claim 8 PDUs per cycle by working as a practitioner and working in a domain area related to your certification. This enables you to apply your skills and knowledge in a practical setting. It also allows you to contribute to sustaining and growing the profession. These PDUs are only applicable to your current cycle and cannot be transferred.2. Create ContentDid you know that you can give back to the profession by creating content? Yes, you can earn PDUs to maintain your PMP® certification by creating new knowledge resources for practitioners as well as the public at large. You can share your insight and knowledge with others and contribute to their ongoing learning by developing knowledge resources. You can earn 1 PDU by spending 1 hour on creating content and can create new content in the following ways:Authoring booksWriting articles or blogsCreating webinars or presentations.3. Giving a PresentationThere are many occasions like PMI chapter event, professional conference, or within your organisation where you can give a formal presentation to others and share the knowledge which you have gained during your PMP® certification journey. You can earn 1 PDU by spending 1 hour in giving a presentation.4. Share KnowledgeYou can help others learn and grow by sharing your domain knowledge. You also contribute towards the growth of the profession and enhance the practices that are essential to your certified role by sharing your skills with others. Even if you are involving yourself in mentoring, teaching, or applying your subject matter knowledge towards an activity, but others will be benefited from your experience and perspective.5. VolunteerPMI has an active community of thousands of volunteers who offer their support to the Institute and the profession by working in a wide range of roles. You can earn PDUs to maintain your PMP® certification by offering your domain-related services as a volunteer to non-employer or non-client organisations. 1 hour of volunteer service is equivalent to 1 PDU.Volunteering options offered by PMIAre you trying to figure out a volunteering option to meet your CCR? There are numerous ways in which you can advance your career by contributing to PMI as a volunteer. These volunteering opportunities encompass a wide range of skills, interests, and goals.PMI helps you to search for volunteering opportunity easily around the world with the help of their Volunteer Relationship Management System (VRMS). So, pick the right opportunity for you from the following options:PMI Board of DirectorsBoard Support CommitteesPMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF)Member Advisory Groups (MAGs)Region MentorsStandards CommitteesExam Development VolunteersPMI Awards EvaluatorsPresenters at PMI EventsPMI Publication Reviewers (Knowledge Shelf, Bookstore reviewers, Project Management Journal® reviewers)Chapter Volunteers.PMI Local ChaptersBecome a member of your local PMI Chapter by paying a registration fee of $129 and a joining fee of $10 and take advantage of the knowledge and networking offered by it. The benefits of joining the local PMI Chapter are as follows:1. Get access to the inner circle of local Project ManagersGrow your network with the other professionals who are driving the field of project management forward. The group might vary from those who have just started to those at the top of their careers.2. Get easy access to exclusive events and seminarsAttend the chapter meetups and special guest talks to learn about the approach to facing new challenges from the professionals who have overcome similar obstacles in the past.3. Discover relevant job opportunitiesGet an opportunity to build your network with the local Project Management Professionals and get connections in companies located in your area to find new opportunities.To wrap it upEvery professional has got different goals and interests, in the same way, there are different types of requirements across various industries. As you have read above, PMI offers a plethora of opportunity to you in order to meet the CCR program, enabling you to explore new options and new avenues.You can choose the opportunities from education and giving back to the profession that suits you the best in order to fulfill the 60 PDU requirements to maintain your PMP® certification. You can read more about the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) by clicking here. Going further, getting a PMI membership exposes you to multiple opportunities which you can take in order to meet your CCR requirements.
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How Do I Maintain My PMP® Certification?

Did you get PMP® certified? Congratulations! It is not an easy feat to go through all the hard work in order to get your PMP® certification. But your credential is valid for only three years. You must participate in the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program of PMI to keep your credentials active.

As a PMP® credential holder, it is recommended by the Project Management Institute (PMI) to earn 60 PDUs (Professional Development Units) every three years. The CCR program encourages every PMP® certified professional to undergo educational and professional development activity. One PDU is equivalent to one hour of time that you spend in a Professional Development activity. There are multiple ways to earn these PDUs.

Maintain your PMP® certification with CCR and PDUs

Earning your PMP® certification is a big step but maintaining it should not be a big issue for you. The Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program offered by PMI is designed for you to grow and develop the skills that organisations are seeking in the present market scenario and at the same time you can maintain your certification status.

CCR is an easy-to-use online tool through which you can report your PDUs. The Professional Development Units (PDUs) can be calculated in blocks of one hour of time that you spend by learning, teaching others, or volunteering. You can maintain your PMP® certification status with PMI by accumulating and tracking these PDUs over a three-year period.

You need to earn 60 PDUs in order to maintain your PMP® certification exam. You can claim the required PDUs in two forms. They are:

  • Education
  • Giving back

PMP® Certification renewal fees

Once you meet the PDU requirements of CCR, you can complete the renewal process of your credential at any point of the cycle. You will receive an electronic notification to apply for PMP® certification renewal after PMI confirms that you have met the PDU requirements. You will be directed to submit the renewal fee payment on the online certification system as soon as you receive the notification. You should keep in mind that you must submit the payment in no later than 90 days after your cycle end date.

The CCR renewal fee for members and non-members are as follows:

PMI Membership StatusCCR Renewal Fee
PMI member$60
Non-member$150

Ways to earn PDUs through Educational activities - PMI Talent Triangle™

`PMI Talent Triangle

Research shows that the ideal skill set which the practitioners need to possess should comprise of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management competency. This is called the PMI Talent Triangle™. These competencies can be explained as:

  • Technical project management: This competency comprises of the knowledge, skills, and behaviors related to specific domains of Project, Program, and Portfolio Management.
  • Leadership: This competency comprises of the knowledge, skills, and behavior specific to leadership-oriented, cross-cutting activities that help an organisation to achieve its business goal.
  • Strategic and business management: This competency includes the knowledge and expertise required in the industry or an organisation that enhances performance and delivers the business outcomes in a better way.

The courses and activities included under the three components of the PMI Talent Triangle™ for the candidates to meet the 60 PDU bundle requirement prescribed by PMI are as follows:

TechnicalLeadershipStrategic and Business Management
Life Cycle ManagementCoaching & MentoringCustomer relationship & satisfaction
Time, Scope, Risk ManagementProblem SolvingBenefits Realisation
EstimationTeam BuildingLegal & Regulatory compliance
Agile PracticesEmotional IntelligenceStrategic planning & analysis
GovernanceConflict ManagementOperational Functions
Data gathering and modelingBrainstormingBusiness acumen
Earned value managementInfluencingCompetitive analysis
Performance ManagementListeningMarket awareness

Interpersonal skillsBusiness models and structures

You can choose from one of the following options under Education in order to earn the 35 PDUs under the CCR program offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®:

Ways to earn PD

1. Course or Training

The courses or training refers to the Instructor-led formal education courses or classes held in-person or online. Taking up the educational training courses is one of the effective and traditional ways to learn. You can choose the best-suited option from the plethora of options offered by PMI and third-party providers across the globe to earn 1 PDU of every hour of instruction:

  • Training courses offered by a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P)
  • Face-to-face and instructor-led courses from PMI SeminarsWorld®
  • Educational events held by PMI chapter
  • Academic education through programs accredited by the PMI Global Accreditation Center (GAC)
  • Courses offered by other third-party providers
  • E-learning On Demand courses.

2. Organisation Meetings

The activities, meetings, and local events are referred to as organisation meetings which provide you with an opportunity to learn and network with the other professionals. You can earn 1 to 2 PDUs by attending the events organised by PMI throughout the year.

3. Online or Digital Media

This comprises of the self-paced learning conducted online or through varied forms of digital media. You can customise your learning and educational opportunities according to your needs and suitability with the help of technology. There are numerous educational webinars, videos, and other types of digital content available online and on demand. You can earn 1 PDU by attending 1 hour of learning. The opportunities available through these resources are as follows:

  • ProjectManagement.com
  • PMI Online Courses
  • PMI Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.s).

4. Read

Did you know that you can earn PDUs for your CCR by reading? Yes, you can do that through self-directed reading that is relevant to your PMP® certification. Reading is one of the valuable components of learning and there are numerous reading resources available that is related to the profession. You can choose from articles, books, whitepapers, or blogs to keep yourself updated in order to support your ongoing professional development.

5. Informal Learning

You can also earn PDUs to maintain your PMP® certification by taking part in educational opportunities which focus on structured discussions. Sometimes, you get to learn from interaction with others. Also, 1 hour of learning under informal learning is equivalent to 1 PDU.

Ways to earn PDUs by giving back to the profession

You can expand your knowledge and skills both personally and professionally while earning your PDUs to maintain your PMP® certification by giving back to the profession. This can prove to be a unique and great way to expand your horizons.

Choose from the following ways to earn your PDUs by giving back to the profession:

1. Work as a Practitioner

You can claim 8 PDUs per cycle by working as a practitioner and working in a domain area related to your certification. This enables you to apply your skills and knowledge in a practical setting. It also allows you to contribute to sustaining and growing the profession. These PDUs are only applicable to your current cycle and cannot be transferred.

2. Create Content

Did you know that you can give back to the profession by creating content? Yes, you can earn PDUs to maintain your PMP® certification by creating new knowledge resources for practitioners as well as the public at large. You can share your insight and knowledge with others and contribute to their ongoing learning by developing knowledge resources. You can earn 1 PDU by spending 1 hour on creating content and can create new content in the following ways:

  • Authoring books
  • Writing articles or blogs
  • Creating webinars or presentations.

3. Giving a Presentation

There are many occasions like PMI chapter event, professional conference, or within your organisation where you can give a formal presentation to others and share the knowledge which you have gained during your PMP® certification journey. You can earn 1 PDU by spending 1 hour in giving a presentation.

4. Share Knowledge

You can help others learn and grow by sharing your domain knowledge. You also contribute towards the growth of the profession and enhance the practices that are essential to your certified role by sharing your skills with others. Even if you are involving yourself in mentoring, teaching, or applying your subject matter knowledge towards an activity, but others will be benefited from your experience and perspective.

5. Volunteer

PMI has an active community of thousands of volunteers who offer their support to the Institute and the profession by working in a wide range of roles. You can earn PDUs to maintain your PMP® certification by offering your domain-related services as a volunteer to non-employer or non-client organisations. 1 hour of volunteer service is equivalent to 1 PDU.

Volunteering options offered by PMI

Are you trying to figure out a volunteering option to meet your CCR? There are numerous ways in which you can advance your career by contributing to PMI as a volunteer. These volunteering opportunities encompass a wide range of skills, interests, and goals.

PMI helps you to search for volunteering opportunity easily around the world with the help of their Volunteer Relationship Management System (VRMS). So, pick the right opportunity for you from the following options:

  • PMI Board of Directors
  • Board Support Committees
  • PMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF)
  • Member Advisory Groups (MAGs)
  • Region Mentors
  • Standards Committees
  • Exam Development Volunteers
  • PMI Awards Evaluators
  • Presenters at PMI Events
  • PMI Publication Reviewers (Knowledge Shelf, Bookstore reviewers, Project Management Journal® reviewers)
  • Chapter Volunteers.

PMI Local Chapters

Become a member of your local PMI Chapter by paying a registration fee of $129 and a joining fee of $10 and take advantage of the knowledge and networking offered by it. The benefits of joining the local PMI Chapter are as follows:

1. Get access to the inner circle of local Project Managers

Grow your network with the other professionals who are driving the field of project management forward. The group might vary from those who have just started to those at the top of their careers.

2. Get easy access to exclusive events and seminars

Attend the chapter meetups and special guest talks to learn about the approach to facing new challenges from the professionals who have overcome similar obstacles in the past.

3. Discover relevant job opportunities

Get an opportunity to build your network with the local Project Management Professionals and get connections in companies located in your area to find new opportunities.

To wrap it up

Every professional has got different goals and interests, in the same way, there are different types of requirements across various industries. As you have read above, PMI offers a plethora of opportunity to you in order to meet the CCR program, enabling you to explore new options and new avenues.

You can choose the opportunities from education and giving back to the profession that suits you the best in order to fulfill the 60 PDU requirements to maintain your PMP® certification. You can read more about the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) by clicking here. Going further, getting a PMI membership exposes you to multiple opportunities which you can take in order to meet your CCR requirements.

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This is the reason why we see many Project Managers working late in the evening and doing overtime. As they are trying to catch up on their administrative tasks and keep forgetting to plan all this in their normal working hours.STAGE-WISE MANAGEMENTA great way of handling a big and chunky task or project is to divide it into smaller and manageable fragments. This is the same methodology implemented in the PRINCE2® method of project management. But, instead of chunks or fragments, in PRINCE2® a different terminology is used, i.e. stages - Management Stages. The PRINCE2® methodology focuses on running and operating a project under a planned and controlled environment through a stage by stage basis.These stages are separated and decided by the Project Board on the basis of Decision Points. After the completion of each stage, the Project Board assesses the performance of the previous stage, analyzes the plans for the next stage, and ultimately decides whether to proceed to the next stage or not. The higher the number of stages, the more control is possessed by the Project Board, but it also increases their workload. Fewer stages in a project require less amount of work from the Project Board which indicates that the Senior Management will have less control over the project.  The division of a project into stages has some advantages as mentioned below:It allows the project to be divided into smaller and simpler fragments that can be easily managed.It leads to a high-level plan for the project and a very detailed Stage Plan.It also incorporates learning from the previous stages while devising a plan for the upcoming stages.There should be a minimum of two management stages in a project under a PRINCE2® project environment:The Initiation StageThe Management StageThe Closing a Project process is the last part of the second stage in a two-stage project.In this manner a particular PRINCE2® project is controlled, managed, and monitored on a stage by stage basis.
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So you have finally decided to gain first-class management skills to either improve your employment opportunities or just implement it in your organization to yield better and improved results while undertaking challenging projects. Whatever the case might be, an individual who is about to engage with the PRINCE2® project management methodology must be aware of its basics and various features.PRINCE2® is basically an acronym for – Projects IN Controlled Environment, which is a structured project management methodology and the world’s most appreciated and favoured standard for project management. It is considered the most flexible and adaptable project management method. It’s so user-friendly that its controlled method of handling projects makes it easier for the practitioner to decide upon the involved members and their respective responsibilities in a project. Its versatility makes it easier to implement this methodology in numerous projects from different sectors such as IT, finance, construction, and engineering. It is also used by government agencies and other private companies which is another factor behind its emergence as a global standard in project management.The qualification offered by the PRINCE2® method is divided into two separate courses:PRINCE2® FoundationPRINCE2® Foundation is the first of the two offered courses. This is a basic course that does not require any prior qualification, but the candidate must have some knowledge of Project Management. The Foundation course focuses on furnishing the PRINCE2® principles and its jargon, when completed the candidate would be capable of acting as a well-informed member of a project management team based on a PRINCE2® environment.PRINCE2® PractitionerPRINCE2® Practitioner is the second course offered by the PRINCE2®. This is the advanced level of the Foundation course and requires suitable qualifications before availing this course. This includes either the PRINCE2® foundation course or any of the qualifications suggested by the requirements criteria. The Practitioner course focuses on the application of the PRINCE2® methodology on the operation and management of a project. After the completion of the course, the candidate will be able to use PRINCE2® methodology according to the needs of the project scenario. This course ensures the individual of a comprehensive understanding of the relationships between the PRINCE2® principles, themes, processes, and the products.  PRINCE2® METHODOLOGYAs discussed above, we know that the PRINCE2® methodology is very flexible and can be applied to any kind of project. As the name suggests, it focuses on undertaking a project under controlled environments. It describes the principle of setting up a project in PRINCE2® project management. The idea is that the method is based on processes and the division of the entire project work into several stages to simplify the work associated with it. The processes focus on maintaining a controlled environment from the preparation to the completion of the project.Key ElementsNow that we have some idea of what PRINCE2® is all about, let’s dive deep into the fundamental segments associated with this methodology and its core structure. To get started, we can identify its structure as a combination of three integrated elements that someway or the other influence each other throughout the project.The structure includes an array of seven principles: these are the rules and regulations and the collective group practices that should be adhered to in a PRINCE2® project.Another element is the collection of seven themes and the themes of seven features of project management that are a must to implement in a project.There is also a set of the processing procedure i.e. the steps to be used in the entirety of the PRINCE2® project.The PRINCE2® functions in a very structured manner as we discussed above and the skeletal framework with the above mentioned three elements ensure the proper implementation of this methodology so as to yield improved and desired results. This particular framework is actually applicable to any type of project environment and utilizing this particular structure and the underlying processes we can effectively run and manage a PRINCE2® project.7 PRINCE2® PRINCIPLESContinued Business Justification: This principle states that every project should have a justification to support itself, which would be valid throughout the entirety of the project. Factors such as cost, time, profit and reasoning should form the basis of the justification. The continuous recheck of justification is one of the major actions taken in the PRINCE2® and it must be approved by the respected authorities that are in a position to do so.Learn From Experience: It’s as simple as it sounds, it implies that every member associated with the project should learn from the experience gained in the entire process. The mistakes must not be repeated again which is easy and possible through analysis of the previous projects.Defined Roles and Responsibilities: Definite roles and responsibilities must be assigned to every member associated with the project to reduce confusion related to the work distribution and process and ultimately to save valuable time from getting wasted on trivial and unprofessional issues.Manage By Stages: According to the methodology of PRINCE2®, it encourages management of a project in the form of smaller stages. Any PRINCE2® project must have a minimum of two stages, the starting up stage and its initiation stage that follows accordingly.Manage By Exception: This principle suggests that the projects must be managed by exception. The team handling the project must have an exception plan in order to verify and determine that the project is running on the right and desired track, and any change must be forwarded to the reporting manager in a timely manner.Focus On Products: This principle, in particular, enforces the quality of the product. The quality of the product shouldn’t be compromised, through emphasis on developing products and services properly and maintaining the quality standards across all the projects and products.Tailor To Suit: This is the final principle of PRINCE2® that emphasizes on the flexibility of the PRINCE2® structure and its customization according to different situations and projects. Every project brings its own challenges and set of requirements and PRINCE2® is capable of providing liberty to mold the principles that are suitable for the project.7 PRINCE2® THEMESBusiness Case: In one way it is similar, and goes hand in hand with the first PRINCE2® principle that promotes continuous business justification. A Business Case considers the justification for undertaking a project along with defining the costs and timelines involved in the project. Another aspect of it is that the Business Case shall be valid throughout the entirety of the project at any given point of time. In case the justification seems invalid, the project shouldn’t be continued any further and should be called off immediately.Organization: It ensures that the proper stage is being followed and that every individual involved in the project has no confusion regarding their role and the assigned duties. This theme clearly aligns with the PRINCE2® principle of defined roles and responsibilities.Quality: This one aligns with the PRINCE2® principle of focus on products. It focuses on ensuring that the product or service is of a set global standard and efforts must be made to maintain such high-quality standards consistently.Plans: Planning is the most important step while undertaking any project, and PRINCE2® promotes the same. Just planning is not enough, the plan should be an ideal one with intense research and consideration towards major aspects related to the project. During the stage of planning, it should be made sure that there is a plan of processes and it should be maintained throughout the project.Risks: Everything that we do in our daily lives includes some sort of risk, for e.g. crossing a road. Similarly, every project in some way or other is susceptible to risks and requires a proper and functional risk management. PRINCE2® suggests that there should be a risk register and a risk management plan already designed and implemented to execute a project effectively and efficiently.Change: Changes are an important part of a project, as no plan is perfect and might require future adjustments and updates. PRINCE2® suggests that whenever a change is decided and requested, it should be recorded in a register and should only be sanctioned and adopted by following the rules mentioned in the plan and strategy register.Progress: This theme focuses on the regular review and analysis of a project and asserting control over it through the same. This theme aligns with the PRINCE2® principle of management by stages.PRINCE2® PROCESSESStarting up a Project: This process makes sure that there should be an existing plan and business case for starting the project. It would be impossible to start any project without a proper plan in the first place.Directing a Project: This process is heavily based on the communication between the project board and the executive, where the project plan is reviewed and analyzed in detail.Initiating a Project: This is the process where the plan is initiated and signs of actual execution of the plan are effective and evident.Controlling a Stage: This process includes making sure that the previous stage was successful and that it is verified and confirmed before proceeding further to the next stages.Managing Product Delivery: Here, the developed and finished product or service is thoroughly inspected and is compared with the desired results from the devised plan. The product should meet the expectations of the plan otherwise more efforts should be made towards its betterment.Managing a Stage Boundary: The primary objective behind this process is to assure the board that all products in the current working stage are effectively produced and approved. This process also includes reviewing and updating of the usual documents that involve the project initiation plan, business case, project plan, and risk register when necessary.Closing the Project: As indicative from its name, this process focuses on closing the project in terms of pen and paper i.e with legal documentation. This process is the final step of each and every project.PRINCE2® CERTIFICATION COSTThe primary cost elements associated with the PRINCE2® Certification are:The cost associated with the training and preparationThe cost of the actual examinationMany candidates have the misconception that the cost associated with the certification only includes the examination fee and miscalculate the expenses related to it. You should be aware that just like every qualification, PRINCE2® certification also requires intense determination to successfully pass both the offered courses. It has two training modes: Online training and Classroom training. You have the freedom to choose any of the two based on your needs.OnlineTrainingOn average, the PRINCE2® Certification costs around $900. But by opting for the online mode of training you can cut down the prices to $300. This training would provide a bundle for both the PRINCE2® Foundation and the PRINCE2® Practitioner exams for a year with the all-in-one pack. Some training providers even provide training for a cost of $60 for a month to those who have an urgency or just want to get the certification as quickly as possible.Classroom TrainingThe classroom is considered to be the better of the two training modes as it enables live human interaction and better resolution of doubts. The classroom would cost you around $1000, and this cost covers the cost of both the PRINCE2® Foundation and the PRINCE2® Practitioner exams.Henceforth, you should consider the overall certification cost while evaluating the PRINCE2® training. Additionally, you should also consider the extent of the course coverage and flexibility provided to you with the various bundled services, such as questionnaires, guide books, resource materials, etc. to save a few bucks on the PRINCE2® Certification cost.PRINCE2® ROLESThere are several roles that are pre-defined under the PRINCE2® methodology. But, the Practitioners can tailor these roles depending on the project environment and requirements, as long as they adhere to some rules. The following is the list of the defined PRINCE2® roles:Project Board - It is a group that comprises of :Executive: The individual ultimately responsible for the project.Senior User: One or more individuals that represent the requirements of the final user.Senior Supplier: One or more individuals responsible for representing the interests of the suppliers.Project Assurance: Responsible for ensuring whether the interests of the stakeholders are met.Change Authority: It decides upon some of the change requests on behalf of the Project Board.Project Manager: The individual responsible for the day to day management and supervision of the project on behalf of the Project Board.Project Support: The body that is responsible for helping the Project Manager in the Project Management activities and duties.Team Manager: One or more people that ensure the quality and other aspects of production in the various teams from various departments.BENEFITS of PRINCE2® MethodologyNow that we have briefly understood the structure of the PRINCE2® methodology and its essential components, we should focus on the various advantages of actually applying the PRINCE2® Methodology. PRINCE2® has proven itself as an established and top managerial practice. Some key benefits are :The most important is the versatility that it offers, it can be applied to almost any type of project within any environment.This methodology is acceptable and well recognized across the entire globe. Earlier only IT sector was its dominant user but now it has expanded to several other sectors also, such as finance and construction.PRINCE2® shines at identifying and distributing roles and responsibilities distinctively. Every member associated with the project should be aware of their responsibilities and tasks. It reduces confusion and enhances performance.PRINCE2® also focuses on the actual product or service that we are producing in the project and tries to maintain its highest quality of standards. It further ensures the quality of the final services with timely delivery.Another benefit is that the plans mentioned in PRINCE2® are designed to cater to the different needs and requirements depending on the different levels of management.It simplifies larger projects through its principle of dividing the project into smaller stages making them easier to handle and manage.Thus, it is crystal clear that PRINCE2® ensures that a product or service is delivered in an effective manner in every possible way. It also satisfies the reasoning behind projects and delivering products of high-quality standards on time.
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Competition brings out the best in us; we strive to become the best and outperform our peers and fellow colleagues and prove that we are better than them. This drive and need to excel is a good trait to have, especially in this competitive corporate world where standards keep getting higher and quality and excellence are rewarded. So what is it that will distinguish you from the countless others? What is that X factor that will push your resume to the top of the heap? Experience is one thing but a major factor is the qualifications you possess.With several project management methods, tools and techniques being introduced in the market for streamlining businesses, a qualification that reflects your knowledge of these methods and tools is what endears you to employers. Because at the end of the day, businesses thrive on these methodologies.A qualification also shows your knowledge, skills, and dedication towards the profession. It suggests that you have more refined experience in the profession, making you an optimal choice for recruiters.What is PRINCE2®? What qualifications does it provide?PRINCE2® is a structured project management methodology, recognized as the common standard for project management across the world. Its an acronym for - ( Projects IN Controlled Environment ). It is a flexible and user-friendly project management methodology that eases out the process of selecting optimal resources and minimizes the risks involved while handling a project. Its versatility makes it easier to apply in various projects from different sectors, such as engineering, construction, IT, business and even finance. While it was initially designed for IT projects, its scope has now expanded to other sectors.PRINCE2® facilitates three qualifications, these qualifications are:PRINCE2® FoundationPRINCE2® PractitionerPRINCE2® AgileBoth the PRINCE2® Foundation and PRINCE2® Practitioner are process-driven approaches that generally emphasize on fragmenting projects into manageable and controllable stages and portions. This fragmentation of the project does not depend on the type or size of the project.PRINCE2® Agile focuses on teaching the fundamentals and the purpose of combining PRINCE2® with the agile methodology which is another form of project management.Benefits of PRINCE2®Acquiring a qualification is a tedious and costly process, and you must ensure that the qualification you are investing in is beneficial and caters to your needs. The qualification you hope to achieve should also be relevant to the demands of current times. An individual spends a great sum of money and time on qualifications, that include tuition, resource materials, questionnaires, and examinations, thus a qualification is not a joke and requires serious research and investment. Hence, you must be aware of the benefits offered by the PRINCE2® methodology before deciding upon pursuing it. Here are some benefits offered by PRINCE2®:It is very flexible and versatile and can be applied in various kinds of projects irrespective of their sizes.It is the most used and identified project management methodology across the globe.It offers segregation of projects and efficiently fragments the work thus further improving the process by simplifying it.PRINCE2® is known for providing customer satisfaction, as the practitioners are well-versed and skillful because of the training provided during the course and they are also kept informed and up-to-date regarding the improvements and progress made in their respective fields.The benefits mentioned above shows that the PRINCE2® methodology provides the best project management techniques that are globally recognized. Hence, PRINCE2® has become a prominent certification recruiters look for while hiring a professional for managing a project.The PRINCE2® Certification or Qualification ExplainedSo, you have finally decided that the PRINCE2® methodology is great and it could be really useful to you. You have decided to expand your field of expertise and want to pave the way for several lucrative job opportunities by opting for the PRINCE2® qualifications. But there are certain prerequisites that are required before taking up this qualification.As mentioned above PRINCE2® Certification is offered in three different levels:PRINCE2® FoundationPRINCE2® PractitionerPRINCE2® Agile/ProfessionalThree Levels of PRINCE2® Qualification or CertificationPRINCE2® FoundationIt is the basic level of certification. It is the first of the two PRINCE2® qualifications that are required to successfully become a Registered PRINCE2® Practitioner. The PRINCE2® Foundation certification or qualification is designed to teach you the must-know PRINCE2® principles, themes and terminology/jargon. It is developed in a way to make sure that once qualified you will be able to act as a well-informed member of a project management team that is operating within an environment based on the foundation of the PRINCE2® methodology. PRINCE2® Foundation is a training program that can be studied on its own or as a prerequisite for the upcoming PRINCE2® Practitioner course.SYLLABUSThis qualification aims at developing the candidate as a well-informed member of the project management team in a PRINCE2® environment. To obtain this goal, the candidate should be able to understand the principles and terminology of this methodology. Especially, the candidate must be capable of:Describing the purpose and major content of all the roles, the seven principles, the seven themes and finally the seven processes.Stating which management products would be an input to, output from the seven processes.Explaining the major purpose, and the key contents of the major management products.Describing the relationships between processes, deliverables, roles and the management dimensions associated with a project.  WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS QUALIFICATION?This qualification is suitable for both new and experienced project staffIt is also good for Consultants / Contract staff that is operating under a PRINCE2® environment.Project ManagersProgramme ManagersSupport Staff and Team Managers associated with PRINCE2® based projectsFor staff that will have a defined role within a project team responsible for operating under a PRINCE2® environment.REQUIREMENTSThe candidate should have some understanding of Project Management, other than that there is no such formal pre-requisite for the Foundation Certification or Qualification.EXAMINATION FORMATThe exam will be held for an hourThere will be 60 questionsIt will be a closed book examinationYou would have to correctly answer 33 out of 60 questions to pass (55% is the passing score)PRINCE2® PractitionerIt is the second of the two PRINCE2® examinations you are required to clear to become a registered PRINCE2® Practitioner. The PRINCE2® Practitioner qualification aims at teaching you the basics of applying the PRINCE2® for running and managing a project within the environment supporting PRINCE2®. After the successful completion of this qualification, you will be able to apply and tune PRINCE2® for undertaking the requirements and problems of a specific project scenario. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between the PRINCE2® principles, themes,  processes, and the PRINCE2® products and will understand these elements in great detail.SYLLABUSThe curriculum designed for the PRINCE2® Practitioner enables the candidate to:Produce in-depth explanations of all the principles, themes, processes and the worked examples of all PRINCE2® products as it is possible to apply them to address the specific circumstances of a given project scenario.Present their understanding of the relationships between principles, themes, processes, and the PRINCE2® products and must be able to apply this understanding.Demonstrate their expertise of the reasons behind the principles, themes, and processes of PRINCE2®, and are also that they understand the principles underpinning these elements of PRINCE2®.Showcase their ability to tune PRINCE2® according to different project circumstances.WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS QUALIFICATION?This qualification is suitable for:Project ManagersGeneral ManagersProgramme ManagersTeam Managers and the Support StaffStaff that have a defined role in a projectProject Management ConsultantsREQUIREMENTSYou would be required to possess one of the following qualifications before appearing for the PRINCE2® Practitioner exam:PRINCE2® FoundationProject Management Professional (PMP)®Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®IPMA Level A (Certified Projects Director)IPMA Level B (Certified Senior Project Manager)IPMA Level C (Certified Project Manager)IPMA Level D (Certified Project Management Associate)EXAMINATION FORMATThe examination will be for a duration of 150 minutesThe exam will contain 68 questionsYou would be required to correctly answer 38 out of 68 questions (55 % is the passing score)Open book. Only the official printed hard copy of the Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2®2017 Edition is allowed.PRINCE2® AgileThe PRINCE2® Agile qualification consists of Foundation and Practitioner levels. PRINCE2® Agile primarily focuses on teaching you the fundamentals and the purpose of merging PRINCE2® with the Agile methodology. It provides extensibility along with the capability of working together with the corporate management processes.PRINCE2® Agile FoundationSimilar to the PRINCE2® Foundation, this Agile Foundation course and certification can be taken by anyone without any prior qualification. This qualification course introduces PRINCE2® governance and offers a wide range of Agile concepts and techniques. Once you are qualified, you would be able to act as a well-informed member of an Agile project team and understand how the PRINCE2® operates with Agile concepts.PRINCE2® Agile PractitionerThis qualification is focused on teaching the certified Project Managers the method of mixing the structure, governance and control of PRINCE2® with the Agile methodology, techniques and approaches. Additionally, it has the same prerequisites as the PRINCE2® Practitioner, so for appearing in the exam you must possess the following qualifications:PRINCE2® FoundationProject Management Professional (PMP)®Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®IPMA Level A (Certified Projects Director)IPMA Level B (Certified Senior Project Manager)IPMA Level C (Certified Project Manager)IPMA Level D (Certified Project Management Associate)Who manages the PRINCE2® Certification or Qualification?All the major certifications and qualifications are managed by a sponsor, that develops, manages and operates qualifications. PRINCE2® also has a sponsor. It is owned and managed by AXELOS - AXELOS is a joint venture that was set up in 2014 by the government of the United Kingdom and Capita, it is responsible for developing, managing and operating qualifications in best practices, using the methodologies formerly owned by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC). It is Axelos that supervises the entire process of the PRINCE2® Certification or Qualification.Importance of PRINCE2® Certification or QualificationThe PRINCE2® ensures that the candidate has the following capabilities:The PRINCE2® Certification or Qualification primarily aims at ensuring that a candidate has sufficient knowledge and expertise of the PRINCE2® methodology so that the candidate can effectively work with, or as a member of a project management team that is working within an environment that supports PRINCE2®.The PRINCE2® Professional Certification or Qualification is also aimed to test the candidate's capability of managing a non-complex PRINCE2® project across all aspects of the entirety of the project.  The PRINCE2® re-registration?Like every other certification or qualification, PRINCE2® qualification is also required to be renewed after a certain period of time. Henceforth, any PRINCE2® Practitioner would be required to register within a time period of three to five calendar years based on the original certification. This re-registration includes an hour-long test that the candidate must pass to retain the certification or qualification. The examination is based on similar standards as the original Practitioner examination.
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