I suspect you meant PRINCE2 Practitioner certification versus PMI PMP certification?
(There is also a PRINCE2 Foundation and a PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner certification.)
The PRINCE2 Practitioner certification has no education or experience pre-requisite, like the PMP. The only pre-requisite to taking the Practitioner certification exam is having one of the following certifications:
IPMA Level A
IPMA Level B
IPMA Level C
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PRINCE 2 Certification is a process-based project management approach that is considered as the de-facto standard used extensively by the UK government and is widely recognized both in the UK and internationally. PRINCE 2 is a series of management approaches that answers to what, when, how and whom in a project life cycle. It is a certification program administered by the APMG which originated in the UK but soon got recognition across the globe.
PMP Certification is the most popular credential in project management recognized across the globe. It is administered and controlled by the PMI Institute. It is a knowledge-based approach to project management. The PMP exam is based on the PMBOK Guide that describes the core practices and areas of project management including the five process groups and nine knowledge areas. Saving Changes...
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