I wouldn’t consider the Prince2 Foundation Employee part of the team. I think it’s a waste of money and time. Of course, when I asked for a refund I was told I wasn’t “really” a team member and the money was refunded.
One of the things that can make the difference between working for the charity and working for someone else is the attitude of the team members. If the team members are not confident in their abilities to get the job done, they won’t be helping you get the job done.
There is one thing that most people don’t know about the Prince2 Foundation. If you complete all the required work on the work experience assessment forms, and you go through the process of getting your offer letter from the foundation, you will still need to complete the “work experience assessment form” – the application form.
This form is in addition to the work experience forms that you complete on the Prince2 Foundation’s work experience tests. It basically assesses your commitment to the organization by asking you to write down certain facts about your job experiences.
If you’re a Foundation member, the assessment forms will also require you to answer questions about how much time you spend volunteering for the foundation. You will also be asked about the type of work you have done with the Foundation (e.g.
If you answer something like this: “A few hours”. Then you can expect to find yourself in a position where you would be considered “not committed”.
As I’ve said, the foundation takes the responsibility to be as transparent as possible with its members. It wants all members to feel that they are as committed to the Foundation as you are to it.
These work experience assessments are placed on you by the foundation itself. These assessments are never meant to be a measure of your commitment to the foundation.
This form is designed to give you a sense of whether or not you are really “committed” to the charity. In order to improve your chances of passing the final test, it is highly recommended that you send your application form back to the foundation along with your assessment form.
If you haven’t already signed up, the foundation will ask you to do so. You should feel encouraged to try to complete the form, as the foundation is willing to compensate you for any time that you spend on it.
As a Foundation member you should feel free to take these forms to completion, and submit them to the foundation. When completed and submitted you’ll then have an added sense of confidence that you have met the requirements to pass the final test, and you’ll probably know that you have the right to work for the charity!