PRINCE2 Practitioner training course (Tokyo)
Learn to apply the world’s most popular project management methodology
If you already passed PRINCE2 Foundation or hold the PMI-PMP or PMI-CAPM credentials, then you can sit the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam.
You can gain PRINCE2 Practitioner certification in Japan by attending one of the courses below.
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Price: JPY172,800 (including sales tax)
This course at a glance
- Duration: 2 days
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Hours: 9am-5pm
- Pre-requisite: PRINCE2 Foundation
- Pre-course: 3–4 hours
- Exam: included
- Results: same day
- Pass rate: 83%
- Class size: small
- Accredited: yes
- PMI PDUs awarded: 9
THIS IS A CLASSROOM COURSE
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This 2-day training course is designed to help you achieve the PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification, which is widely regarded as essential for managing projects using PRINCE2. The training is delivered by Knowledge Train’s founder – Simon Buehring – who has been based in Japan since 2014.
You will be able to undertake this course if you have either passed the PRINCE2 Foundation exam, or have completed the PMP, CAPM, or one of the IPMA Levels A, B, C or D. Proof of passing any of these qualifications will be required in the form of a certificate.
Our courses are designed and taught to give you the greatest chance of passing your exams. At the end of the course you will take your PRINCE2 Practitioner examination. By studying with us, you can have the best chance of passing your exam. That’s because our PRINCE2 Practitioner exam pass rate since 2012 has averaged 83%, 10% higher than the average.
We also like to save you time. Our exclusive online pre-course study materials will help you to re-familiarise yourself with PRINCE2 before you start the course. We’ve pinpointed the essential aspects of the PRINCE2 syllabus in the preparation materials, with the major advantage that you can prepare for the course in just 3-4 hours, instead of the 16+ hours required by many other training providers.
Knowledge Train is based in Tokyo and London and is a PRINCE2 Accredited Training Organisation, which means you can be confident that our courses conform to the highest standards of project management training.
Why this qualification?
The PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification is the next highest level after the PRINCE2 Foundation qualification. The PRINCE2 Foundation qualification enables you to work as an informed member of a project team, whereas the Practitioner shows you can apply PRINCE2 to non-complex projects.
If you are looking to manage projects rather than support them, then the PRINCE2 Practitioner course is for you.
Who is this for?
The PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification is your ideal starting point to begin managing your projects effectively. If you have not yet taken the PRINCE2 Foundation course, a more suitable option would be the combined Foundation & Practitioner course
If your career goals differ from the ones listed please feel free to discuss your goals with our specialist advisors by contacting us here.
I currently work as a member of a project team and want to start managing them
If you have passed your PRINCE2 Foundation exam previously, you have most likely been able to practice PRINCE2 within your project. The PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification will qualify you as a registered PRINCE2 Practitioner which shows that you are able to manage non-complex projects using PRINCE2.
I want to put PRINCE2 on my resume
If you are currently seeking a job in project management, then becoming PRINCE2 certified will increase your chances of employment, especially with UK and EU-based businesses or governments. If you work in the development sector, you will also find that many jobs with the United Nations requires PRINCE2 certification.
I want to change career into project management
You will find that PRINCE2 is widely recognised as an essential starting point when looking for many jobs, not just project management jobs. This is especially the case if you are seeking work with a UK or European business, government or development sectors (e.g. the UN).
Even if you want to make a complete career change you will find that many jobs require project management skills that are transferable.
One thing to remember however, is that if you want to work in project management, gaining a full Practitioner qualification is recommended. PRINCE2 Practitioner is a higher-level qualification and shows you can apply PRINCE2 to simple projects.
Remember the pre-requisites for sitting the Practitioner exam is either of these:
- PRINCE2 Foundation or
- PMI-PMP or
- PMI-CAPM or
- IPMA Levels A, B, C or D.
If you don’t have one of these qualifications already, a more suitable course for you would be the PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner course.
I want to organize PRINCE2 Practitioner training for my colleagues
If your organization wants to train its staff in PRINCE2 then we can help. Our knowledgeable and dedicated trainer based in Japan can help your staff get quickly up to speed with PRINCE2 and help them gain professional PRINCE2 Practitioner certification as well.
To help us better understand your PRINCE2 Practitioner training requirements, contact us by complete this form.
Course and exam structure
The bulk of the PRINCE2 Practitioner course builds on your existing knowledge of PRINCE2, by showing you how to apply the method to a non-complex project scenario. In this way you will be well-prepared for the various styles of exam questions.
The course lasts for 2 days. There is some pre-course reading of approximately 3-4 hours. Homework of approximately 2 hours per night will be set.
At the end of the second day you will sit the Practitioner exam. This is a 2.5-hour multiple choice open-book exam containing 68 questions and you must score a minimum of 38 correct answers to pass.
Our PRINCE2 Practitioner exam pass rate since 2012 has averaged 83%, 10% higher than the average.
What’s included in the price?
- • Pre-course preparation via online portal
- • Training from our experienced Tokyo-based trainer
- PRINCE2 Practitioner exam
- PRINCE2 Practitioner certificate (on passing the exam)
- Guide to passing the exam
- Sample exams
Average rating of 4.4 based on 85 user reviews.
Overall was very enjoyable
Very intense, but overall was very enjoyable. I completed the Foundation exam a year ago, and returned to Knowledge Train for the Practitioner course because the trainers are excellent. We received very good pre-course study and course materials too.
Kevin Harris, Mencap
20 Jan 2017
Really good. Gave me the confidence needed to pass the exam. The trainer's tips were very useful. The course materials were good. Not too demanding, but provides enough guidance to prepare for the exam. We had an excellent trainer with a very good understanding of the exam and of what is required to pass. Very happy I chose this course.
09 Dec 2016
I felt the course was very well-delivered. Our pre-course study was relevant and the trainer was straight to the point. He took time to help clarify any issues or doubts we had.
Vera Tembunde Ngwenyi, Moore Stephens
11 Nov 2016
Fast-paced and engaging
The course was fast-paced and engaging. All materials provided were good and the trainer maintained a great energy, despite some of the slower learners in the group. He pushed us hard to get us through.
30 Sep 2016
Trainer was good
It was intense, however, the trainer was good. Lots of examples were provided to illustrate points.
23 Sep 2016
Course materials and pre-course study were all very useful and informative. Nice venue. Trainer and course in general were engaging, enjoyable, informative and very useful.
Oliver Thomas, Block Solutions
31 Aug 2016
Kobus was a brilliant tutor
Excellent! The pre-course videos were very helpful and much easier to understand than textbooks. The exam prep and tips were great, and Kobus was a brilliant tutor.
Georgia Cosma, Neopost Ltd.
19 Aug 2016
Delivered & explained excellently
The tutor, Kobus, has a great knowledge of PRINCE2. It was delivered & explained excellently.
19 Aug 2016
Very informative and helpful. Useful methods provided to help pass the exam.
Andrew Mullins, Ociis
12 Aug 2016
Knowledge Train owner and founder Simon is responsible for course design and is noted for his calm and confidence building training style.
Simon has worked on projects all his career in the UK, Asia and New Zealand. He has worked as a software engineer, project manager, consultant and technical director and has a wealth of real world experience.
This includes working as a project manager for the BBC, HSBC and IBM. With a passionate desire for continuous improvement, he demands all his staff provide the utmost customer satisfaction.
"Since 2005 we have successfully run over 500 PRINCE2 courses in the UK and worldwide."
What our students say
"Very rarely do we find dedicated and genuinely interested trainers like Simon."
- Gautam Agrawal, Senior Consultant, Infosys Technologies Limited
"A great course that is very good value for money. The excellent teaching and location provided a comfortable and relaxed environment within which to learn and share ideas with other people involved in project management."
- Brian Makepeace, Project Manager - UEL
"You can feel that they are invested in creating a didactic atmosphere that is both relaxing and academically strong. Success in obtaining the certification is just a natural outcome. I would be saying the same even if I had not obtained my PRINCE2 Practitioner certification."
- Mounir Ouanaimi - Northwestern University in Qatar
"Although there is a lot to digest during the course, the teacher was outstanding at effectively informing us of the main subject points. He was also good at explaining new terms and concepts referring to everyday situations. I will definitely be recommending this school to my friends and colleagues."
- Kie Yoshida, Mobell Communications Ltd
"The whole package was professional from start to the finish, and the tutor was most helpful in every way. To get the best out of this course, you MUST complete the pre-class lessons prior to the classroom course and take the sample questions on Knowledge Train's e-learning platform."
- Yemmi Agbebi, MBA
"I thought the course was very well run, despite the fact that the course is packed of information. I had plenty of time to learn and revise as instructed by the tutor. The tutor is very knowledgeable and engaging. Thank you!"
- Tanya Last, Methods