Posted on Thursday, 14th April 2016 15:04
Submitted by Brendan
Welcome to the final part in this series about my experience of the PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner classroom course. The previous two posts – which you can visit here and here – covered three days of training in London, culminating in my encounter with the Foundation exam. Along the journey I’ve tried to provide tips for the would-be trainee, and insights into what to expect if you’re considering classroom-style learning.
To sit the Practitioner exam, a pass at Foundation level is an absolute prerequisite. Since I first entered the training centre a total novice to the subject of project management, I admit there was some doubt in my mind that I would be a certified Practitioner by the end of the week. Nevertheless, Foundation level was behind me. What lay in wait now, nobody could be certain of. However, I had a strong hunch that the course was going to be more in-depth, and perhaps even more intense.