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Our two-day Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) Practitioner training course follows on from our two-day MSP® Foundation course. The purpose of our classroom course is to take you to the next level after MSP® Foundation and give you the knowledge and practical skills to be able to apply the MSP® method in the correct programme environment.
Our MSP® Practitioner course covers the following subjects within Managing Successful Programmes:
You will gain sufficient knowledge and experience in the processes and principles of Programme Management (MSP®) to act as a Programme Manager for a programme with a coherent Project Portfolio or to act as a member of a Programme Support Office. You will have the opportunity to prepare for and sit the MSP® Practitioner examination at the end of the training course.
At the end of our MSP® Practitioner course you will be able to:
Our MSP® Practitioner training course builds on the knowledge gained from our MSP® Foundation course and will prepare you to pass the examination.
Experience of working in a Programme environment is essential however Project Management or Project Board experience can be substituted, but it is not recommended that you attempt our MSP® Practitioner course without any experience at all.
Please Note: You must already hold the MSP® Foundation Certificate before you can attend this course.
The MSP® Practitioner course on this page is sourced from our strategic training partner, Knowledge Train.
You are expected to complete approximately 2 - 3 hours of evening work to consolidate the learning that has been provided each day. You will also be given practise examination questions in order to prepare you for the examination.
MSP® Practitioner Examination:
There are no Professional Development Units associated with this course.
Congratulations! Once you have successfully passed the examination, it will indicate that you can apply MSP® to the running and managing of non-complex programmes.