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This Praxis Bridging course has been designed to help candidates understand the Praxis Project and Programme Processes and how to apply and tailor the Praxis Management (P3M) functions and the interpersonal skills required of a P3 manager to the complexity of a given scenario. The course also highlights the similarities and differences between Praxis and PRINCE2®, MSP® and APM BoK.
Professional Development Units (PDUs) 21
Appropriate for those who have previously undertaken project and programme training and would prefer to use a more integrated framework going forward. Candidates who currently hold a Practitioner or Professional certification in PRINCE2. Candidates who currently hold a Practitioner or Advanced Practitioner in MSP
The PRINCE2 Practitioner, MSP Practitioner or APM PMQ is a pre-requisite for candidates attending this course. Students will be required to complete pre-course reading prior to their attendance to ensure that they are prepared for the Practitioner exam on the Thursday. Whilst attending the course students should also be prepared to complete evening work.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Be able to apply and tailor the Praxis Management (P3M) functions and the interpersonal skills required of a P3 manager to the complexity of a given scenario.
- Be able to understand the similarities and differences between Praxis and PRINCE2®, MSP® and APM BoK.
Praxis is a free, community driven framework which can help individuals and organisations realise the intended benefits of projects, programmes and portfolios – keeping stakeholders happy.
Enabling Success: An entirely free framework. Templates, articles, a 360° capability maturity assessment tool, a glossary of project management terminology and much more is available at available at www.praxisframework.org.Praxis is an integrated framework, encompassing knowledge, method, competency and a capability maturity model. As it uses a common taxonomy and terminology across all elements, there is no need to cross reference or translate between guides.
The Praxis Framework™ recognises one size does not fit all and can be easily tailored. The framework is community driven, practitioners can suggest improvements or extensions to any page and these will be considered for inclusion.
These features result in greater efficiency in the adoption and implementation of good practice – reducing training and operating costs and decreasing the time needed to implement effective project management.
Certify your Ability to: Deliver projects and programmes successfully using this innovative framework. Understand project and programme functions and the processes and documentation used to manage lifecycle phases.
Develop and maintain an effective project delivery infrastructure in a decreased timescale. Apply and tailor Praxis to your organisation.
Understand the similarities and differences between Praxis and other prominent frameworks; PRINCE2 and MSP – as well as the APM qualifications, PFQ and PMQ. Continually develop; as the entire framework is openly available on the internet, you are empowered to undertake continual professional development whenever needed.
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