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Praxis Practitioner Certification Bridge Course Training
- Duration: 3 days
- Language: English
- Level: Foundation
Praxis is a free, digital framework which can help you and your organisation realise the intended benefits of projects, programmes and portfolios - keeping stakeholders happy. The Praxis Framework™ is a combination of four types of best practice guidance; Knowledge, Method, Competency and Capability and is the first framework to integrate projects, programmes and portfolios in a single guide.
The Bridging Course is a route to get Practitioner certified by bridging your existing PRINCE2®, MSP®, APM or PM4SD™ framework certifications. The Bridging Course concludes with the Praxis Practitioner exam so by successfully completing the course you will become Praxis Framework Practitioner certified.
- To be eligible you take the Praxis practitioner examination via the bridge course you must hold one of the following qualifications:
- PRINCE2® Foundation or Practitioner Certificate
- MSP® Foundation, Practitioner or Advanced Practitioner Certificate
- APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ) Certificate
- APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Certificate
- PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner Certificate
- PM4SD™ Foundation or Practitioner Certificate.
- It is recommended that your review the Praxis digital framework at www.praxisframework.org prior to attending this course.
- The course includes the following examinations:
- Complex multiple-choice questions
- 2.5 hours duration
- Open book (only the Praxis Framework can be referred to)
- 50% pass mark (40 marks out of 80).
Praxis Practitioner Certification Bridge Course Training Delivery Methods
- Attend online, in person, or bring this course to your facility
- After-course instructor coaching
Praxis Practitioner Certification Bridge Course Training Course Benefits
- Apply and tailor the Praxis Framework Management (P3M) functions and the interpersonal skills required of a project or programme manager to the complexity of a given scenario.
- Recognise the similarities and differences between the Praxis Framework and PRINCE2®, MSP® and APM BoK.
- Prepare for the Praxis Practitioner examination
- core elements of project, programme and portfolio management
- differences between Praxis, PRINCE2, MSP and APM BoK
- commonly identified areas of complexity for projects and programmes.
- Praxis expansion of the triple constraint
- the P3 life cycle phases and governance mechanisms.
- typical serial project life cycle and a parallel project life cycle
- typical programme and portfolio life cycle phases
- the characteristics of an Agile project and its relationship with the triple constraint and
- how it can be aligned with Praxis
- how Scrum can be used in the Praxis framework
- generic process model for both projects and programmes.
- comparison between Praxis, PRINCE2 and MSP process models.
- apply and tailor the typical activities within the Identify a Project or Programme Process
- apply and tailor the typical activities within the Sponsor a Project or Programme Process
- characteristics of a Sponsor
- application of Leadership models
- application of Stakeholder Management.
- application of Influencing techniques
- apply the typical activities within the Define a Project or Programme Process
- application of Organisation Management
- application of Teamwork models
- application of Conflict Management models
- application of governance and delivery Planning
- application of Schedule Management
- Requirements Management
- Solutions Development
- Benefits Management
- Change Control
- Configuration Management
- Investment Appraisal
- FundingBudgeting and Cost Control
- Risk Management
- Change Management
- Resource Management
- Contract Management
- Negotiation techniques
- apply the typical activities within the Delivery a Project or Programme Process
- application of Control, earned value and tolerances.
- application of Communication techniques
- apply the typical activities within the Boundaries Process
- application of Assurance
- apply the typical activities within the Develop a Project or Programme Process
- application of Delegation techniques
- apply the typical activities within the Benefits Realisation Process
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