What are the Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) Foundation & Practitioner classroom course modules?
- MSP Introduction and MSP Overview
- MSP Frameworks and MSP Concepts
- Blueprint Design and Delivery
- Defining a Programme
- Planning and Control
- Benefits Realisation Management
- Organisation and the Programme Office
- The Business Case
- Leadership and Stakeholder Engagement
- Managing the Tranches
- Delivery the Capability and Realising the Benefits
- Quality Management
- Risk Management and Issue Resolution
- Closing a Programme
- Practical Work
Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) Foundation & Practitioner exams
Once you have completed the training, you will sit the following exams:
Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) Foundation exam
- Multiple choice
- 75 questions per paper, 1 mark available per question
- 35 marks required to pass (out of 70 available) – 50%
- 1-hour duration
- Closed book
Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) Practitioner exam
- Objective testing
- 8 questions per paper
- 40 marks required to pass (out of 80 available) - 50%
- Two-and-a-half hours duration
- Open-book (only the MSP Guide is allowed)
What does the MSP Foundation & Practitioner classroom course cover?
Our accredited MSP classroom courses are delivered by fully qualified trainers who have over 15 years practical experience in the programme and project management industry. Their aim is to ensure that you have full understanding of the best practice methodology.
The MSP Foundation & Practitioner classroom course covers:
- MSP framework core concepts.
- The importance of developing a vision for projects and programmes.
- How to build a blueprint from a vision statement that outlines the project fundamentals.
- How to write a programme definition document.
- The development of a programme plan.
- Ensuring that programmes deliver expected positive outcomes.
- How to restructure an organisation in order to support a project.
- Implementing a Programme Office to deliver change.
- The business case for programmes.
- The use of tranches to simplify project delivery.
- Quality management.
- Using risk management and issue resolution to keep programme tranches on track.
- Completing a project and obtaining sign off from stakeholders.