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The aim of this qualification is to confirm that the candidate has acquired sufficient knowledge and understanding of the P3O guidelines to be able to interact efficiently with a Portfolio Office that works using the this model. The Foundation qualification is a pre-requisite of the Practitioner qualification.
Who it is aimed at
Members of a Portfolio Office who work to the P3O model and who need to understand the terminology and concepts that make up the model;
Resources that interact with a Portfolio Office that works according to the P3O model;
Resources interested in going onto higher levels within the qualification scheme.
The P3O model and its components;
The differences between Portfolio, Programme and Project Management;
The activities and services of a P3O office;
The reasons for establishing a P3O model;
The differences between the different types of P3O models and the alternative drivers;
The processes for creating or reactivating a P3O initiative;
The tools and techniques that can be used;
The objectives and main responsibilities of all the roles involved.
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: 3 days Classroom/distant Full (Found+Pract) course duration: 5 days
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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
P3O Foundation official certificate
75 questions per paper
5 questions to be trial and not counted in scores
35 marks required to pass (out of 70 available) - 50%