Praxis Framework TM Practitioner Seminar
(course code PRXP2)

Overview

This course advances participants to an advanced understanding of how to apply the Praxis Framework in realistic scenarios, and adapt the Praxis Framework to different project and programme environments.

Course Objectives

The 2 day Practitioner Seminar refines the delegate's understanding on how to apply and tailor the Praxis Framework's project and programme management layers in a scenario based environment.

Who Should Attend

This course is aimed at current and aspiring project and programme managers. It is also relevant to other people involved in the design, development and delivery of projects, programmes and portfolios, including Sponsors, Project and Programme Board members, Business Change Managers, Team Managers, Project and Programme assurance, administrative support and operational line managers.

Prerequisites

Participants should have successfully completed our Praxis Framework Foundation course.

Alternatively, participants with a PRINCE2 or MSP certification may advance straight to the Practitioner seminar. We will provide a detailed pre-course reading list.

Course Content

The Practitioner Seminar is a scenario based training course focusing on the application of the Praxis Framework under different environments and scenarios. Revision sessions of all elements of the Praxis Framework are included throughout the training.

The course includes hands on activities in every session to ensure you have absorbed Praxis Framework concepts.

Delegates are also provided with detailed guidance on how to prepare for the certification exam, with lots of practice.

The course refers to content available at praxisframework.org. This content may also be accessed during the Practitioner exam. Delegates should register online, and should bring to the course their own devices to access this content.

Certification Exam

The Practitioner Exam is a 2½ hour, scenario based multiple choice exam. Delegates may access the praxisframework.org website during the course using their own devices. The candidate must provide responses to questions presented in the following styles:

  • Classical multiple choice
  • Yes/No
  • Multiple response
  • Matching
  • Sequencing
  • Assertion/Reason

There are 80 question items worth 1 mark each, so the maximum score for the exam is 80 marks. The candidate must score 40 (50%) or more marks to pass the exam.

We conduct the exam on behalf of APMG. APMG's terms and conditions are outlined here.
Please note: Exam candidates must bring signed photo ID (passport, driving licence, etc.) as they will be asked to produce it by the invigilator prior to the exam.

Delivery Options and Fees

We offer a range of delivery styles and packages for this course. Please go to the Packages and Inclusions page to review the inclusions provided with each package.

Professional Development

Candidates who pass the Practitioner exam are entitled to style themselves as a "Registered Praxis Practitioner" on CVs and business cards.

Successful completion of this course may entitle you to credits in various professional development programmes:

Follow-on Courses

We recommend participants who complete this course should use Praxis on their projects and programmes for 3 to 6 months. We can then assist you to obtain a Diploma or Advanced Diploma in Project Management.

We also recommend our Agile project management course.


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