We have developed an expert team over the last 10 years since our inception. In that time, we have trained over 590,000 delegates globally, which has helped offer the highest quality training.
By refining our processes, partner relationships, and course materials, we can offer high-quality training solutions for our delegates.
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We have found our Virtual Classroom training has provided higher pass rates, which has made us confident to offer an Exam Pass Guarantee, so you know we’ll support you until you are certified.
With our Exam Pass Guarantee, if you do not pass the exam after attending this training course with us, you will be eligible to attend the same training again for free.
All we ask is that you:
Students retaking the course are required to use the materials and books distributed to them in their original course session. Failure to provide these materials will result in the student being charged for replacement materials.
*Exam Pass Guarantee does not include the resit exam; this would need to be purchased at an additional cost.
If you are currently working as or looking to train to become one of the below, this course will be beneficial for you.
You will first need to earn your AMPG Better Business Cases Foundation certificate, before undertaking your Practitioner level training course.
We find that delegates typically are currently working in, or plan on a career in the following job roles:
Throughout this training course you will learn:
Five case model Overview
Developing the Strategic Case
Developing the Economic Case
Developing the Commercial Case
Developing the Financial Case
Developing the Management Case
Practitioner Exam Format
Exam Format - Multiple-choice.
Number of questions - 80.
Duration – 2 ½ hours.
Pass Mark – 40/80 (50%)
Open book – International Guide to developing the Project Business Case and International Guide to developing the Programme Business Case only.
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