BCS Foundation Certificate in IS Project Management (ISEB)
Our BCS Foundation Certificate in IS Project Management training course and exam is available to be delivered on-site at your organisation at a time to suit you.
This 3 day course covers the syllabus and exam for the BCS Foundation Certificate in IS Project Management.
The IS Project Management Foundation Certificate provides an understanding of the principles of project management, including those that relate to project planning, monitoring and control, change control and configuration management, effort estimation, quality and risk management and communication between project stakeholders.
This certificate is appropriate for anyone involved in or affected by IT projects.
Fit with PRINCE2
This course is a suitable addition for individuals who already hold the Prince qualification.
At a high level, PRINCE2 provides a framework for projects in terms of what needs to be done, by whom and by when. The Foundation Certificate in IS Project Management provides a range of techniques of how those things can be done. An example would be that in PRINCE2, a critical step of creating a plan is estimating, but it does not say how estimating should be done as this would depend on the project type and context. The Foundation Certificate in IS Project Management provides an explanation and analysis of various estimating techniques that are available so that a Project Manager or Business Analyst can decide which would be most suitable to use.
Delegates will acquire knowledge of:
- Projects and Project Work
- Project Planning
- Monitoring and Control
- Change Control and Configuration Management
- Quality (including procedures and processes)
- Project Communications and Project Organisation
- Module 1 - Projects and Project Work
- Module 2 - Project Planning
- Module 3 - Monitoring and Control
- Module 4 - Change Control and Configuration Management
- Module 5 - Quality
- Module 6 - Estimating
- Module 7 - Risk
- Module 8 - Project Communications and Project Organisation
For a full copy of the BCS Syllabus for the Foundation Certificate in Project Management >>click here<<
The syllabus for this course and exam is based on the BCS publication below. We strongly recommend that you purchase and familiarise yourself with this book before attending the course. The headings listed in the syllabus relate to the relevant chapter headings, section headings and text included in this publication. The book can be purchased directly from BCS or on-line book retailers.
Project Management for IT-Related Projects (Second Edition)
Bob Hughes (Editor), Roger Ireland, Brian West, Norman Smith and David I. Shepherd
Publisher: The British Computer Society, September 2012
BCS Examination Details
The Foundation Certificate in IS Project Management exam is taken on the final afternoon of the course. The exam fee is included in the costs shown above. The format of the examination is a one hour multiple-choice examination consisting of 40 questions. The examination is closed book (no materials can be taken into the examination room). Candidates need to achieve a minimum of 26 marks out of 40 to pass the examination.
Candidates who are awarded a pass for the examination are awarded the BCS Foundation Certificate in IS Project Management.
The duration of this course is three days. Courses run daily from 9.00 am until 5.00 pm. During the last 1 hour of the course candidates sit the BCS exam.
To Arrange This Course
To arrange a BCS Foundation Certificate in IS Project Management training course and exam for your organisation please contact us. You can call us on 0207 112 8982 or e-mail Bev@Ba-Solutions.co.uk