About the Course
Course Duration: 5 days
Exam Fees Included
Price From: £2195
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MSP® is a best-practice guide from the Home Office, describing a structured approach for managing programmes. It has been developed using the collective expertise and practical experience of some of the leading practitioners in the field. This means that it not only reflects best practice, but is also an accessible, workable technique that has been tested by those working in the real world.
Who is it for?
This training event is designed for Programme Managers, Business Change Managers, Account Managers, Project Directors, Business Strategists, Consultants.
This course prepares delegates for the following exam(s):
- The M_o_R ® Foundation Exam is taken on Day Three;
- The M_o_R® Practitioner Exam is taken on Day Five of this course.
Of the M_o_R Foundation Examination:
- 75 multiple-choice questions
- 35 marks required to pass (50% of 70, five questions are trial and not counted in scores)
- 60 minutes duration
- Closed book
Of the M_o_R Practitioner Examination:
- Four questions per paper, 20 marks available per question
- 40 marks required to pass (out of 80 available) – 50%
- Three hours duration
- You may use the book ‘Management of Risk: Guidance for Practitioners’ (the Management of Risk ‘guide’), together with the guidance document ‘ABC Guide Part A Example Techniques’. No other material can be used.
Exams are included in the course fee.
Syllabus – Key points
Building your own map of a programme lifecycle
- Designing your programme team
- How leaders lead a programme
- Drafting a Programme Brief
- How to make sure benefits are realised by good transition management
- Engaging the stakeholders; communications in a programme
- Risk and Issue management
- Ensure the quality of the final capability
- Planning, tracking and controlling progress in the programme
- Presenting a Programme Definition
- Managing the developing new business capability and controlling changes
- Integrating the processes, information and roles in the programme.
Programme Management Processes
- Identifying a Programme
- Defining a Programme
- Governing a Programme
- Managing the Benefits
- Closing a Programme
- Fitting it all together with a Case Study
- Examination Tips
- Daily review questions
- Foundation Examination
- Practitioner Examination