Being MSP qualified is a great way to differentiate your skill level and add gravitas to your CV. Benefit from our mentoring, tutor support and recruitment services while studying with Manager Training.
MSP (Managing Successful Programmes) is an established programme management framework for managing multiple projects and programmes successfully. MSP focuses on the delivery of outcomes and benefits while mitigating risk and actively communicating with the various stakeholders.
Passing the MSP Practitioner course will confirm your skills and knowledge to effectively manage a programme or multiple projects. This course will also add value if you are a member of a programme office, business change team, project delivery team or are wanting to work and progress in this field.
After passing the MSP Foundation exam progress to the MSP Practitioner course which in summary covers:
An MSP Foundation qualification is a prerequisite qualification needed prior to booking the practitioner exam.
Most of our learners wanting to study MSP will purchase both courses, both exam vouchers and the manual in one easy bundle which together with our support is everything you need to succeed in your studies.
Being MSP Practitioner qualified greatly benefits project, programme, and business change managers that want to build on their skills and knowledge of MSP, to practically apply the MSP framework to real life scenarios while leading or managing a programme. This is also a must have certification for key staff working in a programme, change or project environment that are wanting to develop their skillset and careers.
This PeopleCert accredited course includes multi-media learning, quizzes, resources and past exam papers in addition to mentor support, tutor support and recruitment services to help you succeed with your studies and achieve your career goals.
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Our MSP® Practitioner is accredited by AXELOS.
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