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Earning PRINCE2 Practitioner Level Certification

Edesiri Onatejiroghene Ibru

Holding an MSc in metals and energy finance and MEng in petroleum engineering from Imperial College in London, Edesiri Onatejiroghene Ibru leverages her education and professional background to assist in her role of corporate finance analyst at Midwestern Oil and Gas Co., Ltd. To compliment her degrees, Edesiri Onatejiroghene Ibru also holds PRINCE2 practitioner-level certification.

A process-based method for project management, PRINCE2 (Projects In Controlled Environments) improves professionals’ ability to manage business and project risk. In order to become a qualified PRINCE2 practitioner, professionals must complete two examinations: PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner.

The PRINCE2 Foundation qualification is designed for project managers, new and experienced project staff, and program managers. It teaches candidate to act as inform project management team members and ensures they understand the basic terminology and principles of the PRINCE2 method. Although no formal prerequisite is required to complete this qualification, candidates should understand the basics of project management. This Foundation exam includes 75 questions and requires a score of at least 50 percent. Candidates are given 60 minutes to complete the multiple choice test.
Meanwhile, the PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification requires proof that candidates have passed the Foundation examination. If they have not, candidates can also provide proof that they have passed either IPMA Level A, B, C, or D, or that they are a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) or Project Management Professional (PMP). Candidates have 150 minutes to finish the Practitioner exam. Unlike the Foundation exam, the Practitioner exam is an open book, objective test that requires a score of at least 55 percent.

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