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Managing Successful Programmes MSP®

Managing Successful Programmes or MSP® Certification is for professionals who are actively involved in programmes or looking to work in programme organisations. The MSP® Certification provides knowledge of MSP® principles, governance themes and transformational flows defined in the MSP® framework. Additionally, there are quizzes and real-life examples relevant to the content.

By achieving this certification, you gain the following:

  • Demonstrate your expertise in MSP® principles, governance themes and transformational flows
  • Seek new career opportunities based on the certification
  • Demonstrate programme management skills to existing or potential employers
  • Demonstrate knowledge of and commitment to a rapidly growing approach to programme management.

Key Features

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    25 Hrs of High Quality e-Learning content

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    16+ Real life examples

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    2 Advance practitioner level test papers

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    4 MSP® Simulation exams

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    Downloadable e-book

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    140+ Chapter-end Quizzes

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    Advance practitioner case study

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    2 Foundation level test papers

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    35 PDUs Offered

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    MSP Foundation & Practitioner Exam Fee Included

Course Structure

Lesson 0 – MSP Course Introduction 16:04
Lesson 1.0 – Introduction to MSP 12:35
Lesson 1.1 – Using MSP 16:15
Lesson 1.3 – Conclusion 1:09
Lesson 2.0 – Programme Management Principles 19:19
Lesson 3.0 – Governance Themes Overview 9:18
Lesson 3.1 – Governance Themes and Transformation Flows 9:35
Lesson 3.3 – Conclusion 1:10
Lesson 4.0 – Transformational Flow Overview 15:01
Lesson 5.0 – Programme Organisation 15:30
Lesson 5.1 – The Programme Board 19:36
Lesson 5.2 – Programme Organisation within the Transformational Flow 15:54
Lesson 6.0 – Vision 10:27
Lesson 6.1 – Vision and Transformational Flow 10:31
Lesson 6.3 – Conclusion 1:08
Lesson 7.0 – MSP Overview of Leadership and Stakeholder Engagement 11:57
Lesson 7.1 – Stakeholder Engagement Process 19:36
Lesson 7.2 – Leadership and Stakeholder Engagement within the Transformational Flow 14:34
Lesson 7.4 – Conclusion 1:11
Lesson 8.0 – Benefits Management and Categorization 20:57
Lesson 8.1 – Benefits Management Cycle 17:35
Lesson 8.2 – Benefits Management and Transformational Flow 13:49
Lesson 8.4 – Conclusion 1:10
Lesson 9.0 – An Overview of Blueprint Design and Delivery 11:07
Lesson 9.1 – Designing the Blueprint Delivery 9:50
Lesson 9.2 – Blueprint Design and Delivery within the Transformational Flow 10:57
Lesson 10.0 – Overview of Planning and Control 15:11
Lesson 10.1 – Planning and Control Activities 17:39
Lesson 10.2 – Planning and Control within the Transformational Flow 9:25
Lesson 10.3 – Information Documents Used in Planning and Control 2:19
Lesson 11.0 – Introduction to Business Case 15:31
Lesson 11.1 – Business Case Review and Roles 14:59
Lesson 12.0 – Overview of Risk and Issue Management 15:29
Lesson 12.1 – Introduction to Risk Management 16:24
Lesson 12.2 – Introduction to Issue Management 16:41
Lesson 12.3 – Risk and Issue Management within the Transformational Flow 14:21
Lesson 13.0 – Quality and Assurance Management 8:18
Lesson 13.1 – Scope of Programme Quality 18:23
Lesson 13.2 – Overview of Assurance Management 15:53
Lesson 13.3 – Quality and Assurance Management within the Transformational Flow11:51
Lesson 14.0 – Identifying a Programme 20:58
Lesson 14.1 – Identifying a Programme – Roles and Documents Used 10:07
Lesson 15.0 – Defining a Programme-Steps 1 to 4 12:28
Lesson 15.1 – Defining a Programme-Steps 5 to 12 14:57
Lesson 15.2 – Defining a Programme-Steps 13 to 17 13:24
Lesson 16.0 – Managing the Tranches-Steps 1 to 7 18:32
Lesson 16.1 – Managing the Tranches-Steps 8 to 13 14:59
Lesson 17.0 – Overview of Delivering the Capability 12:35
Lesson 17.1 – Roles Involved in Delivering the Capability 6:11
Lesson 18.0 – Realizing the Benefits Step1 14:21
Lesson 18.1 – Realizing the Benefits Step 2 9:43
Lesson 18.2 – Realizing the Benefits Step 3 12:47
Lesson 19.0 – Closing a Programme 9:06
Lesson 19.1 – Steps in Closing a Programme 12:38

Learning Objectives

At the end of the MSP® course, participants will gain the following:

  • They will be able to understand the difference between programmes and projects.
  • They will develop an understanding of how projects fit into a programme.
  • They will be familiar with the framework of programme management.
  • They will have a better standing of their role in their respective organisations. They will understand the importance of benefits management, quality assurance, risk and issue management, change management and so on.
  • They will develop leadership skills.

Case Studies:

To enhance your understanding of the concepts, the course provides one downloadable case study for the Advanced Practitioner level exam. This case study named ‘Transformational Change in MSPCare’ provides an interesting scenario for learners to explore the use of MSP® in an uncertain situation.

Target Audience

Professionals who are currently employed in a programme-related role will find this certification suitable for enhancing their career opportunities. Senior Project Managers, Programme Managers, Operational Managers who interact with programme teams, Programme Management Office and Quality Assurance professionals will find this course really valuable.

Exam Format

How do I become a MSP Certified Professional?
How do I become a MSP Certified Professional?
What are the prerequisites for the certification?

Additional Information

Days

30, 180

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