Programme managers, project managers, business change managers (BCMs), experts, senior responsible owners (SROs) and advisers working within a programme office as well as other specialist/governance roles involved in supporting programmes following the MSP (4th edition, 2011) guidance. Holders of the MSP Foundation certificate who wish to reach the Practitioner level.
The MSP® Practitioner course prepares delegates to be capable of applying the MSP guidance (4th edition, 2011) in a relatively uncomplicated programme, or perform one of the key roles such as business change manager or project manager.
Duration: 3 days
The course is interactive, combining presentations, discussions and exercises; including exam practice. Evening consolidation and preparation work is required in order to gain maximum benefit from the course.
Delegates will be provided a printed course manual as well as a copy of the MSP book (4th edition, Axelos 2011). For virtual courses delegates will also be provided with a link to an electronic copy of the manual.
Yes, the format is:
- 8 objective testing questions per paper – 80 marks available
- 2½ hours, open book (a copy of the MSP guide).
- 40/80 marks (50%) required to pass
Exam candidates must already hold the MSP Foundation certificate.
A comprehensive course manual is provided and the course can be tailored to reflect the emphasis required by the customer.
Delegates involved with business change and project work may also consider other courses such as those in our architecture, business analysis and project management sections; our stakeholder engagement and team leadership courses are particularly relevant to this subject.
MSP® (Managing Successful Programmes) Practitioner (a three-day course)
- PT: Overview, principles, and governance themes overview
- OP: Organization and programme office
- VS: Vision
- LS: Leadership and stakeholder engagement
- BM: Benefits management
- BL: Blueprint design and delivery
- PL: Planning and control
- BC: The Business case
- RM: Risk and issue management
- QA: Quality and assurance management
- TF: Transformational flow
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