Better Business Cases™ Training Courses
Systematic and objective approach to all stages of the business case development process.
Better Business Cases Training Courses in Cardiff, Bristol & Other Locations – Foundation & Practitioner Available
Better Business Cases™ – Foundation & Practitioner
Better Business Cases™ – Foundation
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At A Glance
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Better Business Cases™ is a systematic and objective approach to all stages of the business case development process that sits alongside, and complements, HM Treasury’s Green Book guidance. The course and examination are based on The Five Case Model, the UK government’s best practice approach to planning spending proposals and enabling effective business decisions.
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NILC’s Better Business Cases courses are available in locations throughout the United Kingdom and are regularly held in our training venue’s in Cardiff and Swansea. The course fees include pre-course learning material, detailed course notes, refreshments and a post-course support. All of our Business Business Cases training courses can be delivered and run at your offices if you wish.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What are the supporting publications for APMG’s Better Business Cases?
Training courses and examinations are based on The Five Case Model, the UK government’s best practice approach to planning spending proposals and enabling effective business decisions. The Five Case Model is available to download free of charge from the Welsh Government website.
What is the pass mark for the Better Business Cases examination?
Candidates must achieve 25/50 (50%) to pass.
What is the structure of the Better Business Cases examination?
The Foundation level exam comprises:
- Multiple Choice
- 50 questions
- 25 marks or more required to pass (out of 50 available) – 50%
- 40 minutes duration
- Closed book
The Practitioner Exam comprises:
- Objective testing
- 4 questions per paper, with 20 marks available per question
- 40 marks or more required to pass (out of 80 available) – 50%
- 2 ½ hours duration
- Open book exam (International Guide to developing the Project Business Case and International Guide to developing the Programme Business Case only).