With our training, you will understand how to operationally apply the PRINCE2 method to project management. You will learn to manage a project according to imposed budgets, defined quality goals and standards, and a specific schedules while minimizing risks, inefficiency, and cost and time overruns.


Companies and governments alike are increasingly recognizing that project management is a high-level skill that involves specialized training in many areas. Being PRINCE2-certified opens the door to many career opportunities, such as becoming a project or program manager, a project analyst, and a project planner.


A PRINCE2-certified project manager earns on average 20 percent more than a noncertified one.

What is
PRINCE2 Project Management?

PRINCE2 is a process–based methodology for structured project management. Originally created as a UK government standard, Prince2 is used in more than 150 countries for its efficiency, flexibility, scalability, and effectiveness. It can be applied to any type of project, from a simple event to a complex international project.

PRINCE2 (Projects in Controlled Environments) emphasizes breaking down a project into seven specific stages, each of which can be easily controlled and managed.

The advantages of PRINCE2 include increased organization; clearly defined roles for management; checks and balances to guard against project scope creep; and systematic ways to measure and increase efficiency and success.

Understanding the Difference between

The Two Levels of Certification

Foundation Level

  • Learn the basics of PRINCE2
  • Apply practical knowledge and theoretical skills
  • Be qualified as a full member of a PRINCE2 project

Practitioner Level

  • Apply the method and principles of PRINCE2 project management
  • Understand how to adapt PRINCE2 principles to the needs of a project
  • Gain deeper understanding of the PRINCE2 method and obtain practical skills
  • Be qualified to manage a project team

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