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Summary

PRINCE2 certification gives you the skills to feel confident in managing projects successfully within the workforce.

PRINCE2 (an acronym for PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is a process-based method for effective project management.

The PRINCE2 Foundation qualification teaches you the PRINCE2 principles and terminology. When qualified you will be able to act as an informed member of a project management team using the PRINCE2 methodology within a project environment supporting PRINCE2.

You can study PRINCE2 Foundation on its own or as a prerequisite for the PRINCE2 Practitioner course.

Who should attend?

The PRINCE2 Foundation qualification is suitable for all project managers and those aspiring to become project managers. As the foundation qualification, no prior experience is required.

How will I benefit?

By the end of the PRINCE2 Foundation eLearning course
you should be able to:

  • Understand key concepts relating to projects and PRINCE2
  • Understand how the PRINCE2 principles underpin the PRINCE2 method
  • Understand the PRINCE2 themes and how they are applied throughout the project
  • Understand the PRINCE2 processes and how they are carried out throughout the project

Contributes 15 CPD hours

About the PRINCE2 Foundation - online

We will provide you with a voucher to book the exam with an Institution partner on a date of your choice. You can sit the exam remotely at your office or home (camera and microphone required).

You will get six months of access to the eLearning, an exam voucher to sit the accredited PRINCE2® Foundation exam and a digital copy of the course manual.  

Please note, exams are hosted by a partner of the Institution.

PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner, are offered by ILX Group an ATO of AXELOS Limited

PRINCE2® is a registered trade mark of AXELOS Limited, used under permission of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved.

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  1. Professional commitment - For Incorporated and Chartered Engineers: ‘Demonstrate a personal commitment to professional standards, recognising obligations to society, the profession and the environment’
  2. Responsibility, management or leadership - For Incorporated and Chartered Engineers: 'Provide Technical and commercial leadership’

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Tell us your team's CPD needs and we'll come to you with a specialised training programme, customised for your engineering sector.
Contact our advisors if you need help finding the most appropriate training for your team.

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Killexams : PRINCE2 Practitioner

The PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification enables you to apply PRINCE2 to the management of a project.

PRINCE2 (an acronym for projects in controlled environments) is a de facto process-based method for effective project management.

Gaining PRINCE2 certification gives you the skills to feel confident in managing projects successfully within the workforce.

Who should attend?

The course is suitable for anyone wishing to gain the PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification, and who has already achieved the PRINCE2 Foundation level qualification.

In order to sit the PRINCE2 Practitioner examination you must provide
evidence of being a current holder of one of the following qualifications:

PRINCE2 Foundation
Project Management Professional (PMP)®
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®
IPMA Level A (Certified Projects Director)
IPMA Level B® (Certified Senior Project Manager)
IPMA Level C® (Certified Project Manager)
IPMA Level D® (Certified Project Management Associate)

How will I benefit?

You will have a comprehensive knowledge of the relationships between the PRINCE2 principles, themes and processes and PRINCE2 products and will understand these elements.

By the end of the PRINCE2 Practitioner eLearning course you should be able to:

  • Apply the PRINCE2 principles in context
  • Apply and tailor relevant aspects of PRINCE2 themes in context
  • Apply and tailor relevant aspects of PRINCE2 processes
    in context

About the PRINCE2 Practitioner

We will supply you a voucher to book the exam with an Institution partner on a date of your choice. You can sit the exam remotely at your office or home (camera and microphone required).

We provide six months of access to the eLearning, a voucher to sit the accredited PRINCE2 Practitioner exam and a digital copy of the course manual. 

In order to sit the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam you must provide proof of having passed the PRINCE2 Foundation examination.

Please note, exams are hosted by a partner of the Institution and the Institution does not provide technical support.

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PRINCE2® is a registered trade mark of AXELOS Limited, used under permission of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved. 

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Killexams : Prince2 Foundation and Practitioner courses online

Prince2 (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is the world’s most widely adopted, government recognised and industry standard project management professional qualification.

This online course will provide you with the knowledge and tools to guide you through the techniques and processes needed to manage successful projects of any type or scale, and in any industry.

The Course

We offer both the Foundation and Practitioner qualifications which you can choose to do over a 12-month period through our online e-learning provision.  This enhances your learning experience by allowing you to take both exams over a short or longer period of time. 

The e-learning is broken into bite-size sessions, combining cutting-edge multimedia and interactive exercises for maximum enjoyment and knowledge retention. This course conforms to the Prince2 6th edition syllabus.

What is included?

  • 12 months online access to our accredited Prince2 Foundation course
  • Full tutor support, plus many additional resources to help put Prince2 into practice
  • Prince2 Foundation exam simulator
  • Prince2 process map
  • Prince2 Foundation exam: Valid for 12 months from purchase date. exam must be taken online via remote proctor

Optional extras:

Official Prince2 manual

Please note:

  • The practitioner status exam cannot be taken without first taking the Foundation Certificate and therefore you will need to provide a copy of the certificate upon enrolment of the Practitioner course if you are not taking both courses together.
  • At Foundation level, you will not need to purchase the Prince2 learning manual as the course is designed to provide you with all the necessary information to take the exam with confidence. At Practitioner level, the cost includes the learning manual and higher exam costs.

Why choose a Prince2 qualification with Leicester Castle Business School

  • This course has been developed by tutors with extensive industry experience
  • Learn in your own time over a period of 12-months with content broken down into bite-sized chunks
  • Study interactive content that focusses on developing high-performance behaviours and embedded learning
  • Study and sit the exams at a time to suit you
  • Our e-learning platform enables you to practice sessions before your exam

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for the foundation exam but you will need to have passed the foundation level and provide a copy of your certificate before you can take the practitioner exam.

Assessment

Foundation exam:

  • 60 Multiple choice examination questions
  • 33 marks required (out of 60 available) to pass - 55%
  • Online Exam
  • Time allowance: 1 hour

Practitioner exam:

  • 68 objective style questions
  • Multiple choice answers
  • 38 marks or more required to pass (out of 68 available) - 55%
  • Open book exam (official PRINCE2® manual only)
  • Time allowance: 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Online Exam

Qualification achieved

Prince2 Foundation Certificate following a successful pass of the Foundation Exam
Prince2 Practitioner Status following a successful pass of Practitioner Exam

Fees

Foundation: £800 VAT not applicable
Practitioner: £900 VAT not applicable
Combined Foundation & Practitioner: £1360* VAT not applicable

*If you sign up to both courses together you will receive a 20% discount based on the price of taking both courses separately.

Please contact the team at info@lcbs.ac.uk for more information on delivery options and bespoke courses.

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Killexams : The Banned Books You Haven’t Heard About

At a packed school-board meeting near Rockford, Illinois, earlier this year, a woman waved blown-up images from Maia Kobabe’s illustrated memoir Gender Queer in front of the Harlem School District board. “If my neighbor were to supply this to my child, guess what? He would be in jail,” she said to scattered applause. She was among dozens of students, parents, and community members who’d shown up to weigh in on whether the district should ban eight titles, including Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye. “I do not take the banning of books lightly …  but frankly, these particular books contain child-sexual-abuse material,” said one of the participants, echoing others who claimed that Gender Queer, which is about being nonbinary and asexual, amounted to “child abuse.”

Even though the room was evenly split, the board ultimately voted to ban Gender Queer and keep the other seven, adding even more notoriety to the most-challenged book of 2021. Gender Queer has become a national lightning rod for book banning in schools and libraries, which has reached the highest recorded level since 1990 when the American Library Association began tracking challenges. In 2021, the number of attempts to remove books jumped from 156 the previous year to 729; it’s on track to be even greater this year.

What is the fate of a book like Kobabe’s after it is debated and banned? It might seem, on the face of it, desirable: One children’s-book author on tour in Virginia told me that she hoped her book would be censored, citing widely reported accounts that bans drive sales. Many people share this assumption. Stories in the media have gleefully trotted out examples of how censorship efforts backfire and lead instead to enormous demand. It’s a narrative that mitigates fears about an American culture grown hostile to provocative books. It makes us feel a little better.

But this isn’t what actually happens when a book gets banned. At least, not most of the time.

The ALA’s Office for Intellectual Freedom has a telling statistic: It estimates that a staggering 82 to 97 percent of book challenges go unreported on. That means these books, the overwhelming majority, don’t even make it beyond the school-board minutes and into the local paper. And, as it turns out, this question of how much attention a book gets—either because it’s already well known, like The Bluest Eye, or because the banning itself generates big news—is a crucial factor. It makes all the difference in whether censorship helps or hinders a book’s chances of landing in a reader’s hands.

Like many people, I was under the impression that bans tended to be good for business—after all, every bookstore in America seems to have a special display for these infamous books, including on Banned Books Week, which takes place this week. I knew from studying experimental literature that challenging, obscene, or subversive works are often the very ones that end up being canonized; as a bookseller and literary critic, I understood the power of controversy in the attention economy. But when I started digging deeper, I found the notion that bans alone drive sales to be misguided, based on data analysis and more than a dozen interviews with publishers, booksellers, authors, First Amendment watchdogs, and industry experts.

Bans increase sales only when they are accompanied by a media blitz, as confirmed in a recent NPD BookScan report. In the two weeks leading up to the Harlem County school-board meeting, Gender Queer experienced its largest volume of sales, after The New York Times profiled the book and its author, according to NPD BookScan. Just as a glowing review from the Times can boost sales, so too can an intriguing profile of the most-banned book of the year. Another recent example is Art Spiegelman’s Pulitzer Prize–winning Maus, which saw a 753 percent increase in sales and even sold out on Amazon after its banning by a Tennessee school board was widely reported on.

More typical, though, is what happened to the author Trung Le Nguyen. His young-adult graphic novel, The Magic Fish, was on a list compiled by a Texas state representative last year of books that “might make students feel discomfort, guilt, anguish or any other form of psychological distress because of their race or sex.” The campaign successfully removed 414 titles from a school district in Texas, including The Magic Fish. There was little recourse for Nguyen and seemingly nothing his publisher could do. He never got the media attention that accrued to Maus, so he was left with the more common realization that now fewer kids would be able to find his work. “It’s just kind of an unfortunate reality where my book’s longevity on bookshelves and exposure to audiences in publicly accessible spaces would be severely diminished,” he told me. “It feels terrible.”

The Magic Fish is an immigrant coming-out story—a combination of themes that make it a prime target in this recent wave of bans. The banning of YA books can seriously harm their sales because these books, more than adult titles, depend on circulation in schools and libraries. Without institutions like these buying the books en masse, Nguyen said, authors can have trouble securing another book deal, because “the likelihood that you’ll make back your advance is diminished quite a lot.” Nguyen also pointed out that debut authors who aren’t firmly established, as well as marginalized authors who write about their own identity, are particularly vulnerable to these consequences.

“For every challenge that hits the headlines, there’s probably five to eight challenges behind it that don’t,” said Deborah Caldwell-Stone, the director of the ALA’s Office for Intellectual Freedom. Given the decline of local news over the past two decades and the fact that book sections have long been among the first to be eliminated when newspaper budgets are slashed, the percentage of unreported book challenges may worsen. Although niche outlets such as Book Riot and First Amendment advocates such as PEN America have closely tracked book bans, most titles do not make headlines, nationally or locally, and instead languish in the dark.

“Not every book is an award-winning book like Maus,” said Jeff Trexler, the interim director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, which protects the First Amendment rights of comics creators. “There are other books where this happens—their sales don’t go up, their sales evaporate, or the author all of a sudden becomes radioactive.”

Unlike with sales spikes, quantifying how bans harm book sales is difficult—but we can gain a clearer picture by looking at how the publishing industry relies on bulk purchases by schools and libraries, exactly the slice of the market that has become a battleground for a larger culture war.

According to a 2022 report by PEN America, YA titles account for 47 percent of the books challenged, followed by picture books at 18 percent. And this educational marketplace is especially important for YA authors like Nguyen, many of whom get a significant share of their sales from wholesale deals and write for grade-school audiences who don’t typically have spending power. “When a book is endorsed by schools and libraries, that becomes a kind of livelihood that could sustain an author’s career,” said Margaret Stohl, a New York Times best-selling author whose chapter book Cats vs. Robots was recently banned by a Missouri school district for having a nonbinary character.

And schools and libraries aren't just making onetime bulk purchases. As Skip Dye, the senior vice president of library sales and digital strategy for Penguin Random House, put it, “You’re buying thousands of books a year on an ongoing basis to replace those books that have been damaged.”

Although book bans have always been political to an extent, national organizations’ current level of involvement in censorship campaigns is new. Typically, books are challenged by local community members; however, 41 percent of the bans tracked by PEN America from July 2021 to March 2022 were “tied to directives from state officials or elected lawmakers to investigate or remove books in schools.” In addition, reporting by The Guardian and Salon has shown connections between wealthy donors and advocacy groups such as Moms for Liberty and No Left Turn in Education, which are spearheading ban efforts in some states and providing a playbook for others.

The repercussions of these proliferating banning efforts are being felt by authors whose names we may never hear, but who are feeling the impact in a profoundly personal way. The YA author Laurie Halse Anderson told me that it was like a gut punch when her first novel, Speak, which is partially based on her own sexual assault at age 13, was challenged in 2000 shortly after being named a finalist for the National Book Award. “I was so horrified that somebody would think I would write something that would be harmful for kids,” she said.

The pain of being banned often cuts deeper than worries about dips in sales or lost future book deals. As Margaret Stohl told me, it can feel like having your entire worldview rejected. The nonbinary character in her book was inspired by her own child, and in her eyes, the censorship amounted to a sort of erasure: “They were not banning a book—they were banning an identity.”

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Killexams : Local foundation’s book highlights trailblazing women’s wisdom

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Killexams : The New York Times Books No result found, try new keyword!Here are two excerpts from his new book. In “Demon Copperhead,” Barbara Kingsolver reimagines “David Copperfield” as a tale set in Southern Appalachia, and brings humanity and humor to a ... Thu, 13 Oct 2022 21:09:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.nytimes.com/section/books Killexams : Palm Springs Public Library Foundation Announces Pride Book Festival

The Palm Springs Public Library Foundation announced Thursday a two-day pride book festival in collaboration with Greater Palm Springs Pride.

The Pride on the Page festival will be held on Nov. 4 and Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with five panels of LGBTQ+ affirming authors each day at the Welwood Murray Memorial Library patio, 100 South Palm Canyon Drive.

“Our goal is to bring together thought-provoking, entertaining and enriching subject matter that communicates different viewpoints and represents various genres that will attract readers/people who have never experienced queer culture, and others who have made it the focus of their lives,” said a statement from the foundation.

Attendees will get to reacquaint or discover new authors — like Melissa Chadburn, Michael Craft, Steven Rowley, Katherine V. Forrest and Rebecca Walker — by listening to discussions led by panel moderators about their work and points of view, according to foundation officials. Each hourlong discussion will be followed by a break for book signings.

A ticketed fundraising event for the foundation will also be held in the evening with Sharon Gless discussing her autobiography with her former co-star Peter Paige from Queer as Folk. It will be held at the Plaza Theatre, 128 South Palm Canyon Drive.

Palm Springs Pride Week will take place from Nov. 1 to Nov. 6.

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Killexams : James Beard Foundation to Introduce Bread Book Category to Awards in 2023

Today, the James Beard Foundation announced updates to its awards categories for the forthcoming 2023 awards in a response to changing trends in the restaurant industry. One trend the foundation has picked up on: Bread is back and better than ever.

Given the proliferation and excellence of cookbooks focusing specifically on bread in recent history, it’s no surprise that the James Beard Awards will now include a specific category to recognize the best bread books published that year. According to a press release from the foundation, the bread book category will “include books with recipes focused on the art and craft of making bread, including ingredients, techniques, equipment, and traditions.” To be eligible, books must have been published in the 2022 calendar year.

Over the past 10 years, bread bakers have been recognized frequently in the baking and desserts category, with Kristina Cho’s Mooncakes and Milk Bread winning in 2022, Sarah C. Owens’ Sourdough: Recipes for Rustic Fermented Breads, Sweets, Savories, and More winning in 2016, and Ken Forkish’s Flour Water Salt Yeast: The Fundamentals of Artisan Bread and Pizza winning in 2013. And with so many great bread and bread-adjacent books published in 2022 (think The Miller’s Daughter or Bread Head), and an ever-growing list of bread books to come in the future (Maurizio Leo’s The Perfect Loaf, King Arthur’s Baking School, and more), competition for the new bread category will surely be steep. (The baking and desserts category will remain to recognize cookbooks on desserts and sweet and savory baking and pastries.)

And while home bakers’ bread cookbook shelves have grown in 2022, so have the number of professional bakers: In 2023 the awards will also include a new category for outstanding bakery, which will recognize a “baker of breads, pastries, or desserts that demonstrates consistent excellence in food, atmosphere, hospitality, and operations, while contributing positively to its broader community.” In an interesting twist, this baker does not have to have a brick-and-mortar — so pop-ups and cottage bakeries will be considered — but they must have been baking for the public for the past three years to be considered. The outstanding baker category, however, has been eliminated in favor of acknowledging just one outstanding baker or pastry chef, defined as a person “working as a pastry chef or chef who makes desserts or breads for the past three years.”

Other notable changes to the 2023 awards include a book awards category for Food Issues and Advocacy, a dedicated award for beverage-focused journalism, and an expansion of the outstanding bar and outstanding wine program categories to encompass drinks of all kinds. This means a wine bar is eligible to win in the former category and a restaurant serving great cocktails can be up for the latter award, now called outstanding wine and other beverages program. The foundation is accepting entries and nominees for all categories now through November 30.

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