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Welcome to the first part of our PRINCE2® Quiz, which will test your knowledge of PRINCE2 Processes & Themes.
If you are completely new to PRINCE2, we recommend visiting our PRINCE2 Resources page, full of free guides, tips and diagrams to help learn about PRINCE2.
The quiz is made up of 11 Bite-Sized Parts - each with 5 questions.
It should take you no longer than two minutes to complete each part.
Get 5 or more correct answers to pass!
Quiz questions are written by Silicon Beach Training, this content is not supplied by AXELOS.
Passing this quiz does not indicate that you will pass a PRINCE2 Foundation or Practitioner Exam.
3-5 calendar years after passing your PRINCE2® Practitioner exam you have to sit a PRINCE2 Re-Registration exam to retain your status as a registered PRINCE2 Practitioner.
If you fail to re-register within 5 years then you will be taken off the PRINCE2 register and will no longer be able to prove your status to current or future employers.
You can sit your PRINCE2 Re-Registration exam with Silicon Beach Training for only £695+vat.
This price includes one day of PRINCE2 revision, the full cost of the exam and all training materials.
The revision day takes place on a Thursday with the exam on the Friday morning. All you need to bring along is your candidate number and your manual if you still have it.
If you're new to PRINCE2 then view our full range of PRINCE2 courses.
Silicon Beach Training has a 100% Pass Rate for PRINCE2 Re-Registration exams so by training with us you can sit your exam with confidence.
If you feel you need more of a refresh than one day's revision then you can either attend one extra day of training or come on our complete 5 day PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner course for £995 + vat.
Learn something new about Project Management on International Project Management Day.
Below is my list of what I think are the best project management resources, guides, tips and blog posts published on our site. I've put them together today in recognition of International Project Management Day to help aspiring and experienced project managers improve their skills and manager better projects.
I've covered all angles and all abilities so whether you're new to project management or have 20 years of experience you can learn something new today.
There are plenty of blog and Twitter lists around, but for the first time here is the most complete list of Project Management communities on the web.
If you're new to project management then this is a great way to learn from others in the field and pick up some helpful advice; of course the best way to get started it with our Project Management for Beginners Course!
These resources aren't just for beginners- many of the communities include very experienced project managers who are there to help others and work on the more complicated areas of the discipline. PRINCE2 Practitioners are common in the groups which make them the perfect location to get advice passing your exam.
Without further ado here's the list, which includes all the best places that project managers connect and hang out online.
Having to close a project earlier than anticipated can be a big disappointment and source of concern for Project Managers.
On the other hand, premature closure should be considered as a learning opportunity and even a chance to salvage useful products other than those planned.
With this in mind, the PRINCE2 methodology is focused on controlling every aspect of a project, including its closure, and gleaning as much use out of work done as possible.
Closing a project early can become the best course of action in a number of situations, e.g.
- If an unforeseen dependency comes into play
- If the budget for time or cost goes too far beyond agreed tolerance
- If the budget has to be reconsidered due to reasons beyond the project itself (e.g. programme or corporate budget cuts)