Online course in PRINCE2 specialist project management
Foundation exam can be taken at home using a webcam and microphone or in a test centre in London, Milton Keynes, York or Chester
Access to online learning materials for six months
10 to 12 hours of study time
Covers fee for Foundation exam
The Fine Print
Must redeem Groupon by 8 March 2014. Online study valid for 6 months from redemption date. Any exams included must be taken within this time.
Limit 1 per person. May buy 5 additional as gifts.
Required via http://www.trainingbytesize.com/groupon/. Cannot be cancelled once booked.
Valid for online course only. Must be 16 or older. Must have access to a computer. Customers are advised to have a GCSE in maths and English. Clients with learning disabilities or other learning requirements are advised to contact Training ByteSize before purchase. If found to be unsuitable for training then a full refund will be available. Foundation exam may be taken at home using webcam and microphone, or in classroom location if required. Exam must be booked at least 3 weeks before desired date. Minimum 10 days' notice required for exam date change; changes made without 10 days incur £50 surcharge. Certificates provided on successful completion and passing of exam. PRINCE2® is a registered trade mark of the Cabinet Office.
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These PRINCE2 home-learning courses set foundation level students up with basic principles and project management knowledge, and get those already in the know boosted up to practitioner level. With 10 to 12 hours of study, they can swot up on the specifics of the system, getting to grips with the terminology, products and processes involved. Those opting for the included foundation exam can earn their certificate using a webcam and microphone. Once they've successfully completed their papers, they'll be awarded with an accredited certificate and a dazzling line on their CV too.
-The seven principles, themes and processes
-Management products that input to and output from the seven processes
-Purpose and content of major management products
-Relationships between processes, deliverables, roles and management dimensions