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PRINCE2 Training Course - ILA Scotland


Foundation and Practitioner is a process-based approach for project management providing an easily tailored and scaleable method for the management of all types of projects. The method is the de-facto standard for project management in the UK and is practiced worldwide.

The continued international development of PRINCE2® examinations, training and course material is contributing significantly to the recognition of PRINCE2® as a truly international standard.

More and more people are having the opportunity to benefit from the training courses and qualifications that are available worldwide.

So you've decided that you want to sit the PRINCE2® Examinations... what's the best way?


  • If you want to become a Registered Practitioner, you MUST sit the Foundation Examination and then the Practitioner Examination, in that order.
  • You can sit both exams in the same week or even day, or you can split them and sit them months (or even years!) apart.
  • If you pass both examinations in the same week, you will receive a Practitioner Certificate but not a Foundation Certificate - as you cannot sit the Practitioner exam without first having passed the Foundation, it is not necessary to send a separate Foundation Certificate.
  • You do not have to take a course to sit the examinations - it is down to your personal preference.If you would prefer to be trained by a tutor, with the benefits of full-time tuition and attention, then a course might suit you best.
  • The Foundation and Practitioner examinations are time tables into the course. The Foundation exam on Day 3 and the Practitioner exam on Day 5.
ILA Scotland does not offer like most training organisations on the internet offering a selection of courses, ranging from overviews without examinations, to Foundation courses where you sit the Foundation exam after a short course, to combined Foundation and Practitioner courses where you are trained intensively for a week and sit both exams. This is really confusing and takes out the management from project management. ILA Scotland has a more streamlined training mechanism where you are learning throughout the 5 Days with a break in between so you are sitting two exams further apart thus achieving a pass mark.

ILA Scotland suggests you take your time and make the appropriate decision as first you must complete the Foundation course and exam, you then can then return and sit the Practitioner course and exam at a later date. Alternatively you could sit a course without an examination, then go on to sit the examination only at a later date. Ila Training has a network of Approved PRINCE2 trainers that have extensive knowledge in PRINCE2.

Still Interested? do you feel this is the route you would like to take, then keep reading,  you are about to make a most rewarding decision.

What is PRINCE2®

Introduction to PRINCE2

In this session Ila Training looks at the terminology used in PRINCE2 to provide a common language that can be used throughout a project. It also includes an introduction to Project Management. Your tutor will provide an overview of PRINCE2 and the Principles, Themes, the Process Model as well as a brief introduction to tailoring PRINCE2 to your project environment.

Business Case

In this session Ila Training explores the life-cycle of the Business Case from the trigger to the project, the Project Mandate through to its role in Closing a Project and writing a Benefits Review Plan. Your tutor will demonstrate how to write and update the Business Case during the project and why the Business Case is the key to a successful project.

Pre-Project Activities - Starting up a Project and Organisation

In this section Ila Training covers the organisational structure; Project Management Team, which is recommended by PRINCE2 and the Project Mandate that triggers a project and how it needs to be expanded and then assembled into a Project Brief. Your tutor explains how the Project Mandate can be provided in many forms by Corporate or Programme management and why it needs validating before being turned into a project.

Initiating a Project

In this session Ila Training describes the various activities that can commence once you have justified the start of a PRINCE2 project. Initiating a Project explains the various strategies (Risk, Quality, Configuration Management and Communications) that you need to create, developing a detailed Business Case and how to set up the Project Plan. Your tutor will illustrate how all of these ingredients are assembled into the Project Initiation Documentation (PID. The Project Initiation Documentation is the backbone of the business case.

Risk Management

In this session Ila Training looks at how to manage risks, explains how to create a Risk Management Strategy and how to apply the Risk procedure to any uncertainty within your project whether it is a negative threat or a positive opportunity.


In this session Ila Training explains the importance of quality to PRINCE2®. It outlines the role quality in product acceptance the importance of describing quality in measurable terms so that the suppliers can create products. Your tutor will guide you through the steps involved in order to create the Quality Management Strategy and explain how to describe your products in the correct format so that they can be controlled through their development cycle.


In this session Ila Training outlines the importance of planning in helping you to stay in control, regardless of its size. Your tutor will describe the Plans theme and show you how to create a PRINCE2 plan. A key feature of PRINCE2 is Product-Based Planning and your tutor will demonstrate how to create the appropriate diagrams to support this technique.

Change control and Configuration Management

In this session Ila Training examines why change is inevitable in most projects. You will be shown how to follow the change process and manage your products using the Configuration Management Strategy and associated products and the importance of using a change control process. Your tutor will demonstrate how products need to be signed off when they match their product description known as a baseline; and will explain why, throughout their development, they will need to be identified, tracked and protected.

Communications Management

In this session Ila Training explains why you need to complete a Communications Strategy before you can assemble the Project Initiation Documentation and how it will help you to manage communications with your stakeholders.

Subsequent Stages

In this session Ila Training describes both the Controlling a Stage and the Managing Product Delivery processes and their associated activities. It also explains how to review product quality under PRINCE2. On large projects the work will be divided across multiple stages and your tutor will describe what activities the Project Manager carries out in Managing a Stage Boundary and what the Project Board reviews in an end stage assessment.

Closing a Project

All projects are temporary and irrespective of whether they complete normally or prematurely they will have to be properly controlled and disbanded. This session takes you through the activities of Closing a Project demonstrates the relevant documentation that needs to be completed so that the Project Board can approve closure.

Directing a Project

In this session Ila training explains how the Project Board are accountable for the success and continuation of the project throughout its life cycle and explains how the process of Directing a Project enables them to exercise overall control and responsibility for key decisions. It also illustrates how the Project Board manages by exception and explains the documents that they use to carry out either an end stage or an exception assessment.

Tailoring PRINCE2 in a Project Environment

In this session Ila Training explains how PRINCE2 can be tailored to suit any particular situation, and adapted to the different environments in which a project may be encountered.

 Who will the course benefit?

Entry-level project management personnel wishing to learn about project management generally and the PRINCE2 method in particular. Experienced Project Managers and personnel who wish to learn about the PRINCE2 method. This course is also suitable for those who wish to undertake the examinations in PRINCE2 . The course is useful both as a detailed reference source for PRINCE2 practitioners, and as a source of information on PRINCE2 for managers considering whether to adopt the method.


There are no prerequisites other than a basic awareness of project work in the delegates own business environment.

What you will get from the PRINCE2 Training Course?

On completion of the Ila Training PRINCE2 Course, you will gain the ability to set up and manage complex project.

ILA Scotland will honor you with an Industry recognised Qualification that acknowledges your expertise as a Project Manager. This Qualification is Nationally and Internationally recognised both by private commercial entities and Government offices as set by OGC Office of Government & Commerce UK. PRINCE2 is a Registered Trademark of OGC UK.

Commerce wishing to train employees to a Project management standard whom would benefit from a course with Ila Training are requested to fill in the form in the contact us page requesting a purchase order. Thank You - ILA Scotland Team

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PRINCE2 - Foundation and Practitioner

Price:  £995.00 

Date: 17/09/2012

Duration: 5 days

Location: Ila Training Center Glasgow

Course Objectives

The course will provide participants with: the ability to organise, plan and control projects using the PRINCE2 method; demonstrate the benefits of using the PRINCE2 method to control projects productively; be able to tailor PRINCE2 to different project environments to optimise the flexibility of the method; prepare participants for the PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner examination.

Skills Gained

  • Understand the necessity for projects and project management and how PRINCE2 meets that requirement
  • Implement the PRINCE2 process model in a variety of environments
  • Prepare the appropriate level of plans using the Product Based Planning technique
  • Undertake Risk analysis and management in a project environment
  • Apply Change Control and Configuration Management within a project
  • Manage and control a project throughout its life-cycle
  • Be able to participate as an informed member within a project management team

Ila Training PRINCE2 Course Information As the pace of change (technology, business, social, regulatory etc.) accelerates, and the penalties of failing to adapt to change become more evident, the focus of management attention is inevitably moving to achieve a balance between business as usual and business change.

Projects are the means by which we introduce change - and, while many of the skills required are the same, there are some crucial differences between managing business as usual and managing project work.

PRINCE2 is the recognised de facto standard project management method used by OGC Office of Government Commerce UK, being used extensively both in the UK and internationally.

PRINCE2 Practitioners have demonstrated knowledge and ability in applying PRINCE2.

This course of PRINCE2 project management training provides those who will be using PRINCE2 with the necessary skills to apply the method to a range of project types in different business contexts.

ILA Scotland PRINCE2 training course is based on the 2009 edition of the PRINCE2 manual:

Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2.

This is an intensive five day course and incorporates a blend of lectures, practical activities, a case study and sample papers including numerous question/answer sessions.

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