Praxis Framework™ Bridging Course Overview 

The Praxis Framework™ Bridging Course offers a streamlined pathway for experienced project management professionals to transition to Praxis methodology. Participants deepen their understanding of Praxis concepts and principles, bridging the gap between their current knowledge and Praxis practices.  

By course completion, professionals seamlessly align their expertise with Praxis Framework™, enhancing their ability to deliver value-driven projects and effectively manage complex programs across diverse organisational landscapes. 

Prerequisites of the Praxis Framework™ Bridging Course 

Delegates should hold at least one of the following qualifications before taking the Praxis Framework™ Bridging Course:  

  • PRINCE2® Foundation 
  • PRINCE2® Practitioner 
  • MSP® Foundation 
  • MSP® Practitioner 
  • MSP® Advanced Practitioner 
  • APM PFQ 
  • APM PMQ 
  • PRINCE2® Agile Practitioner 
  • PMP® 
  • Programme Management Professional (PgMP)® 

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Praxis Framework™ Bridging Course Outline 

Module 1: Introduction to Praxis Framework™ Bridging  

  • Praxis Context 
  • Goals of P3 Management 
  • Central Elements of Both Project and Programme Management 
  • Typical Characteristics of Programme Management 
  • Core Elements of Portfolio Management 
  • Commonly Identified Areas of Complexity for Projects and Programmes 
  • Time to Drop Quality 
  • Expansion of the Triple Constraint within the Praxis Method 
  • Praxis and Other P3 Guidance 
  • Praxis Delivery Functions 

 Module 2: Life Cycle  

  • Typical Serial and Parallel Project Life Cycle 
  • Typical Programme and Portfolio Life Cycle 
  • Characteristics of an Agile Project and its Relationship with the Triple Constraint 
  • Scrum Development Process Used in Agile Projects 
  • Praxis and DSDM Agile 

Module 3: Project and Programme Processes  

  • Identification Processes 
  • Sponsorship Process 
  • Review Request for Authorisation 
  • Provide Management Support 
  • Confirm Closure 
  • Goals and Characteristics of a Sponsorship 
  • Leadership 
  • Hersey and Blanchard 
  • Adair’s Action-Centred Leader 
  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs 
  • P3 Management Terms 
  • Hertzberg 

Module 4: Knowledge Management  

  • Goals of Knowledge Management 
  • Establishing Knowledge Management 
  • Goals of Capability and Maturity Management 
  • CMMI Capability and Maturity Levels 
  • Review Previous Lessons 
  • Prepare Brief 
  • Prepare Definition Plan 
  • Stakeholder Management 
  • Stakeholder Map 
  • Stakeholder Register 
  • Goals of Influencing 
  • Cialdini’s Six Principles of Influence 
  • Cohen and Bradford Influence Model 
  • Ethics 
  • Montana and Charnov’s Seven Forms of Power 

Module 5: Business Case Management  

  • Business Case 
  • Justification 
  • Prepare Definition Plan   
  • Definition Process 
  • Appoint Definition Team 
  • Pre-Authorisation Work 
  • Plan Delivery 
  • Consolidate Definition Documentation 
  • Standard Project Structure 
  • Programme Structure 
  • Teamwork 
  • Belbin Team Roles 
  • Tuckman 
  • Katzenbach and Smith’s Level of Teamwork 
  • Conflict Management 
  • Thamhain and Wilemon - Sources of Conflict 
  • Conflict Management Models Maccoby and Scudder 
  • Conflict Management Models Thomas-Kilmann 

Module 6: Planning 

  • Management Plans 
  • Inherent Uncertainty 
  • Delivery Plans 
  • Typical Sections of a Delivery Plan 
  • Scope Management 
  • Scope Management Procedure 
  • Terminology of Scope 
  • Scope Documents and Product Documents 
  • Product Definition Techniques 
  • Scope Management Plan 
  • Requirements Management 
  • Characteristics of a Well Specified Requirement 
  • Purpose of Value Management 
  • Solutions Development 
  • Benefits Management 
  • Benefits Management Plan 
  • Change Control 
  • Configuration Management 

Module 7: Schedule Management  

  • Time Scheduling 
  • Factors Affecting Choice of Technique 
  • Gantt Chart 
  • Network Diagram – Precedence Diagram 
  • Critical Path Analysis 
  • Forward Pass 
  • Backward Pass 
  • Float Calculations 
  • Types of Float 

Module 8: Resource Scheduling  

  • Resource Limited Scheduling 
  • Schedule Management Plan 

Module 9: Options for Manipulating Resources  

  • Estimating Techniques 
  • Finance Management 
  • Investment Appraisal 
  • Factors to be Included 
  • Investment Appraisal Techniques 
  • Scoring and Payback Methods 
  • Discounted Cash Flow 
  • Funding 
  • Budgeting, Cost, and Base Control 
  • Major Components of a P3 Budget 
  • Types of Costs to be Tracked 
  • Finance Management Plan 

Module 10: Risk Management  

  • Risk Context 
  • Risk Assessment Techniques 
  • Probability-Impact Assessment 
  • Risk Responses 
  • Risk Management Plan 
  • Risk Register 
  • Change Management 
  • Change Management Models 
  • Change Management Plan 

Module 11: Information Management  

  • Information Management Plan 
  • Control 
  • Categories of Control Techniques 
  • RAG Reports 
  • Control Management Plan 
  • Earned Value Management 
  • Where Will the Trend Lead? 

Module 12: Resource Management  

  • Procurement 
  • Contract Management 
  • Goals of Negotiation 
  • Typical Procedure of Negotiation 
  • Shell’s Five Styles of Negotiation 
  • Mobilisation and Delivery Process 
  • Authorise Work 
  • Progress Report 
  • Update and Communicate 
  • Accept Completed Work 
  • Boundaries Process 
  • Close and Review Previous Tranche/Stage 
  • Assemble Documentation 
  • Assurance 
  • Development Process 
  • Accept Work Package 
  • Context of the Development Process 
  • Closure Process 
  • Prepare for Closure 
  • Benefits Realisation Process 
  • Prepare for Transition 
  • Conclude Transition 
  • Delegation 
  • SMART Objectives 
  • MoSCoW Prioritisation 
  • Prepare for Closure 
  • Review 
  • Benefits Realisation Process 
  • Interpersonal Skills 
  • Goals of Communication 
  • David Berlo’s Components of Communication 

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What ‘s Included

World-Class Training Sessions From Experienced Instructors

Praxis Framework Bridging Delegate Pack

Experienced Praxis Framework Instructor

Completion Certification

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Praxis Framework™ Bridging Exam

Ways to take this course

Classroom Training

Face-to-face sessions led by expert instructors, fostering interactive learning experiences and collaboration among delegates.

Online Instructor-Led Training

Live virtual classes led by experienced trainers, offering real-time interaction and guidance for optimal learning outcomes.

Online Self-Paced Training

Flexible learning at your own pace, with access to comprehensive course materials and resources available anytime, anywhere.

On-Site Training

Customised courses delivered at your location, tailored to your specific needs and scheduling preferences.

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  • 80 hours course
  • Immediate Access for 90 days
  • Mock exams
  • Exams included, taken online
  • Certificates on completion
  • Case studies
  • Exercise files
  • Personal performance tool
  • 24/7 Support
  • Suits a busy Lifestyle & Independent Learners
  • Train in the comfort of your home
  • Interactive course
  • Compatible on mobile, tablet and desktop
  • Scenario based learning
  • Bookmarking ability
  • Note taking facilities

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Praxis Framework™?

The Praxis Framework™ is a set of best practices and methodologies for project, program, and portfolio management, providing guidance for managing successful projects in various environments.  

What is Praxis Framework™ Bridging?

Praxis Framework™ Bridging is a course designed for individuals who already hold a recognized project management qualification and wish to transition their knowledge to the Praxis Framework™ methodology.  

Who should consider Praxis Framework™ Bridging Training?

This course is ideal for experienced project managers who want to expand their skill set by learning the Praxis Framework™ methodology and integrating it into their project management practices. 

What qualifications are accepted for Praxis Framework™ Bridging?

Praxis Framework™ Bridging typically accepts recognised project management qualifications such as PRINCE2®, PMP®, AgilePM®, or MSP®, among others.  

What topics are covered in this Praxis Framework™ Bridging Training?

Bridging courses focus on highlighting the similarities and differences between the candidate's existing qualification and the Praxis Framework™ methodology, ensuring a smooth transition.  

How long does it take to complete Praxis Framework™ Bridging Training?

The duration of this Praxis Framework™ Bridging Course spans across 3 days.   

What is the format of the Praxis Framework™ Bridging assessment?

The assessment involves evaluating the candidate's understanding of key Praxis Framework™ concepts and their ability to apply them to real-world project scenarios.  

Are there any prerequisites for Praxis Framework™ Bridging?

Candidates are required to hold a recognised project management qualification and have practical experience in managing projects. 

What are the benefits of completing Praxis Framework™ Bridging?

Completing Praxis Framework™ Bridging allows professionals to broaden their project management knowledge base, integrate new methodologies into their practice, and enhance their career opportunities. 

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