Project Management Foundation Bundle

Includes 4 Foundation project management qualifications + exams

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120 Hours
PRINCE2® Foundation
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification
Agile Project Management (AgilePM®) Foundation Certificate
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This 4-course bundle features a range of Foundation-level project management qualifications for any professional requiring strong knowledge of a range of project management approaches. It includes:

  • Agile Project Management Foundation (AgilePM®)
  • APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)
  • PRINCE2® Foundation
  • Praxis Framework™ Foundation


PRINCE2® Foundation
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification
Agile Project Management (AgilePM®) Foundation Certificate
Awarded by APM Group Limited


This bundle covers the following topics:

Agile Project Management Foundation (AgilePM®)

  • Choosing the right approach
  • The basics of Agile Project Management
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Preparing for an Agile project
  • The factors that lead to success
  • Agile lifecycles
  • Processes and Products
  • Communication in an Agile project
  • Iterative development
  • Prioritisation and Timeboxing
  • Maintaining control in an Agile project
  • Managing risk
  • Requirements and Estimating
  • Agile Planning
  • Building in quality

APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)

  • Introduction to Project Management
  • Project Lifecycle
  • Project Management Approach
  • Project Context
  • Project Organisation Structure
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Project Reporting and Reviews
  • Detailed Planning
  • Networks
  • Estimating
  • Critical Path Analysis
  • Gantt Chart
  • Introduction to Programme Management
  • People Management and Teams
  • Documentation
  • Business Case
  • Project Management Plan
  • Methods and Procedures
  • Risks
  • Issues
  • Change/Configuration Management
  • Quality
  • Monitoring and Control
  • Breakdown Structures

PRINCE2® Foundation

Introduction to Projects and the PRINCE2® methodology

  • Define the characteristics of a project
  • Six aspects of project performance
  • Integrated elements of PRINCE2®
  • Understand the key concepts relating to projects and PRINCE2®
  • PRINCE2® Principles
  • Initiating and Directing a Project Process

Business Case Theme

  • Explain the purpose
  • Benefits management approach
  • Minimum requirements to apply the business case theme
  • Business justification and key concepts

Risk Theme

  • Risk management approach
  • Purpose of a risk budget
  • Key concepts related to risk

Quality Theme

  • Explain purpose
  • Minimum requirements to apply the quality theme
  • Quality planning and assurance, customer expectations and acceptance criteria

Organisation Theme

  • Purpose and the key management products
  • Minimum requirements to apply the organisation theme
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of all of those involved in organisation theme

Plans Theme

  • Types of plans
  • Recommended approach to planning and defining analysing products

Change Theme

  • Change control approach, issue register, issue report
  • Types of issue
  • Change control procedures

Progress Theme

  • Daily log, lessons log, lessons report, work package etc.
  • Controlling a stage
  • Managing Product Delivery
  • Managing a stage boundary
  • Closing a project process

Praxis Framework Foundation

Module 1: Introduction

  • Praxis Framework™ Overview
  • The History of the Praxis Framework™
  • Defining Projects, Programmes, and Portfolios
  • The Praxis Framework
  • The Process Model

Module 2: Knowledge

Introducing the Body of Knowledge


  • Complexity
  • Governance
  • Practices


  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Delivery
    • Integrative Management
    • Scope Management
    • Schedule Management
    • Financial Management
    • Risk Management
    • Resource Management

Module 3: Method

Method Summary

Process Models

  • Project and Programme Processes
  • Delivery Processes
  • Portfolio Processes


  • Management Plans
  • Scope Documents
  • Delivery Documents

Module 4: Competence

Competence Overview

Management Competencies

  • Delivery Competencies
  • Managing Scope
  • Managing Finance
  • Managing Resources
  • Interpersonal Abilities

Process Competencies

  • Identify a Project or Programme
  • Sponsor a Project or Programme
  • Define a Project or Programme
  • Deliver a Project or Programme
  • Close a Project or Programme

Module 5: Capability Maturity

Introducing Capability Maturity


  • Scope Management
  • Financial Management
  • Resource Management


  • Maturity Levels 2 and 3
    • Delivery Processes

Who is this course for?

Project managers and staff requiring a range of Foundation-level PM qualifications.


There are no prerequisites to study, though prior project management knowledge will be helpful.

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