Praxis Framework is the first fully integrated project, programme and portfolio management approach.
The Praxis Framework combines into a single guide, a model that integrates the knowledge areas, competencies and a capability maturity model together with a process-based method that supports project, programme and portfolio management.
To enrol to our classroom training visit our course schedule.
The Praxis Framework is for P3 professionals seeking:
By the completion of the Praxis Framework Foundation training, training participants will understand:
The APMG Praxis Framework Foundation exam, which is completed at the end of the training, is a 60 minute, 75 question multiple-choice exam. Participants must score 38 or more marks (50%) to attain Foundation certification.
By the completion of the Praxis Framework Practitioner training, training participants should be able to apply and understand how to tailor the Praxis Framework effectively to a project or programme, including:
The APMG Praxis Framework Practitioner exam, which is completed at the end of the training, is 2.5-hour objective style, open book exam. Reference to the Praxis Framework is permitted during the exam.
The exam contains 4 questions, 20 marks per question with a maximum score of 80 marks. Participants must score 40 or more marks (50%) to attain Practitioner Framework certification.
Passing the Praxis Framework Foundation exam is a pre-requisite to completing the Praxis Practitioner exam. If you already hold a PM certification, please refer to the Praxis Framework Bridging course for pre-requisite certifications that can allow direct entry to the Praxis Framework 3 day Bridging course or 2 day Practitioner course.
Individuals that hold a certification that allows direct entry to the 2 day Practitioner training course, will be provided with a comprehensive pre-course reading list that is to be completed prior to attending the 2 day Practitioner course.
The above certifications also allow direct entry to the 2 day Practitioner course.
The 3 day Bridging course has similar aims as the 2 day Practitioner course, though provides additional content to ensure delegates that have not attended the Praxis Framework Foundation course have the necessary understanding of the Praxis Framework, which may have not been covered in prior PM training.
The 3 day Bridging course ends with the Praxis Framework Practitioner exam.