Studying for P2 exams and want to de-risk failing?
Here is exactly what you need to add to your 'P2 method training' to boost your exam chances.
Perhaps you have used our free videos in the Real-World practitioner course and you also want to be Exam Ready?
Passing exams IS NOT the same as using the method. Here are multiple Revision Aids in multiple formats to complete your exam preparation to foundation and practitioner levels.
IF your intention is to sit the P2 exams (IMHO the 2017 exams are much tougher than the 2009 although they are described as "simplified") then you will need revision aids AND you'll need to book an exam.
All the exam questions are 'stylised'; many of the practitioner questions are now either "this is happening and a) its good process/principle/theme BECAUSE of some rationale, b) its good because of some other rationale, c) its bad because of a rationale, d) its bad because of a rationale". or they are "Is this OK? a) yes because... b) yes because... c) no because... d) no because..." These can be tough to decode. Have you looked at the Exam Question Analysis in the free materials?
Our bundle (Click here) gives you the vouchers for the Foundation and Practitioner exams and includes this revision aids course that fully practices the syllabus aligned details of the 2017 version of PRINCE2 exam standard. If you just want the revision aids (Maybe you are already taking another supplier's class) then scroll down to enroll for access to these resources.
If you need more decision support then eMail me or use the comment facilities in the free access videos.
I've been involved in projects for 30 years and have taken many roles in project, programs and 'pmos'.
"Simon is a PMP (Project Management Professional) certified by the Project Management Institute and also holds ISACA’s CGEIT (The Information Systems Audit and Control Association’s Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT) qualification, the IPMA's (International Project Management Association's) IPMA-D qualification, PRINCE2 Agile® practitioner and is an ex-PRINCE2® examiner (when the qualification was essay rather than the current multiple-choice basis) and previously held registration as a Management of Risk practitioner.
Simon has worked in projects since the start of the 1980s; the last 25+ years as contractor or consultant. Client's projects have ranged from the small to the massive in sectors ranging from construction, defence, government, oil and gas, utilities, banking and not-for-profit.
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We do not offer money back options because when you sign-up with "well I can always change my mind" as your justification there is a weakening to the resolve that is necessary for success - That is not in your best interest if you are to swiftly progress and pass exams.
Other provider's "Money back" guarantees are a way of appearing to reducing 'purchasing risk' by seemingg to to transfer the impact from you to them BUT...
They are common because they use the psychology of regret that recognises you can't get your time back AND asking for a refund implies telling your self "I made a bad choice".
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So please enjoy the free-access materials and confirm we are a good fit and then make your commitment.
Ultimately if you've a genuine reason that is not simply trying to game-the-system then talk to us - we are people too, and we try to be reasonable.
P.S. maybe you'd like to do our risk management masterclass. I'm confident no-one else's project risk management has the content ours does. Others pretend risk is impact times probability of a single event single outcome chain. Niave in the extreme but common in text books.