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The aim of the course is to ensure that the participants reach a level of knowledge that will enable them to understand how to apply and personalise the guidelines provided by MoP to their own organisation.
Who it is aimed at
Those involved in a wide number of roles in the field of Portfolio Management;
Those who are involved in the selection and creation of business change initiatives, for example: members of the Management Committee, Senior Management, managers of business change and the benefits reaped from those changes, those responsible for programmes and projects, those responsible for drafting business cases and project evaluators.
All the content of the Foundation course are resumed:
Creating, sustaining and measuring change;
The strategic and organisational context;
The principles of portfolio management;
The cycle of definition of the portfolio;
The cycle of creating the portfolio;
Roles and documents.
To take part to the MoP Practitioner course, candidates must have MoP Foundation certification.
To be able to take the exam, it's required to have read and accepted the terms and conditions of the examination institute. The acceptance of such terms and conditions will have to be confirmed when taking the exam.
Classroom/distant course duration: 2 days Classroom/distant Full (Found+Pract) course duration: 5 days
The course is available in the languages showed below. Please note that each course is available with a specific combination of languages. Please check the course details.
Italian, English, French
Material course language
MoP Practitioner official certificate
4 questions per paper with 20 marks available per question - all question items will be worth 1 mark, making the total number of marks available per paper 80
40 marks required to pass (out of 80 available) - 50%