Using practical exercises instead of the ubiquitous PowerPoint presentation, Sysop students will work through a series of facilitated and very logical case-studies which will enable them to understand PRINCE2® in a much more effective and practical way.
By the end of the course they will have developed a reference book crammed with the project templates that they have developed - an invaluable reference guide back in the workplace.
Sysop head of Training, Michelle Major-Goldsmith says: "We have always believed in delivering practical training that makes a real difference back at the ranch. The practical nature of PRINCE2 lends itself to learning by doing rather than learning by lecture. Learning is more effective when delegates can be ‘hands-on’ and enjoy themselves, some puzzles and games will be used as a highly valuable change of scene. I believe this format of course will prove hugely popular with students and managers alike".
Richard Pharro, CEO, APMG, said, “It is encouraging to see Accredited Training Organisations making the learning experience of delegates as exciting as possible. Learning in a way which enables students to utilise their practical experience when they get back to the office will help them become more effective project managers. I am confident the Sysop workshops will be very popular.”
Since the course contains no slides and uses such an innovative approach, delegates can be sure that the trainers who deliver our course are experts in how to explain the PRINCE2® method successfully.
More information: www.sysop.co.uk/training-courses/19/business-change-and-prince2#c47
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