MSP® Managing Successful Programmes Foundation
✓ Includes official course manual, materials, exam(s) and certificate
✓ High pass rates for Foundation and Practitioner exams
✓ Exams taken in classroom, not online
✓ ReAct Government Funded Accepted
Our MSP® course has been designed and developed to allow delegates to understand and apply MSP® not just to pass the exams. We specialize in working together with organisations and individuals to understand how MSP® works and how to effectively integrate it in to the existing structures and processes of the parent organisation.
The MSP® Foundation and Practitioner Course is based upon the “Managing Successful Programmes 2011 edition” which describes “best practice” guidance for handling all types of transformational change programmes.
This accredited course is designed to teach the basic principles of good programme management in line with the Principles, Governance Themes and Transformational Flow described in the MSP® approach and to prepare delegates for the Foundation and Practitioner examinations, held within the course.
- Introduction to Programmes, Programme Management and MSP®
- MSP® Principles
- MSP® Governance Themes
- MSP® Transformational Flow
- Identifying a Programme
- Defining a Programme
- Blueprint Design and Delivery
- Planning and Control
- Business Case
- Benefits Management
- Risk and Issue Management
- Managing the Tranches
- Leadership and stakeholder engagement
- Delivering the Capability
- Realising the Benefits
- Quality and Assurance Management
- Closing a Programme
- MSP Foundation Examination and results
Presented in association with aims4change.
Foundation Level Exam
The MSP® Foundation Exam is of 1 hour duration and consists of 75 multiple choice questions. A Pass is 35 correct answers.
The exams are marked by the trainer immediately following the exam and the results are available within an hour.
- Day 1 – 09:00am – 17:00pm
- Day 2 – 09:00am – 17:00pm
- Day 3 – 09:00am – 17:00pm – Foundation exam taken at approximately 15:00pm
Please note 1-2 hours of additional evening work outside of the formal course hours is also recommended.