Learn the skills to pass our Managing Benefits Foundation & Practitioner exam with ease.
Managing Benefits Foundation & Practitioner training helps assist managers and other professionals by providing insight into benefits management fundamentals, key practices and also any techniques commonly used. The training course provides participants with knowledge and understanding of benefits management practices and principles that managers can apply widely in order to accomplish the greatest benefits. Benefits are of profound importance because they determine investment decisions. A case for investment must be analysed to decipher the extent of the benefits if change was implemented. The Managing Benefits training course aims to supply candidates with the necessary guidance, techniques and principles to achieve returns from investing in change, with the aim of achieving the greatest profit.Such guidance allows candidates to grasp the skills required to implement and manage benefit realisation in accordance with strategic business intentions.
By the end of the Managing Benefits training course delegates will:
You should have a previous or current role in change position such as a change leader, implementer, or initiator, and should be familiar with business change terminology. This is to ensure you have the capability to grasp every aspect of this training course.the target group for Managing Benefits Foundation & Practitioner training is primarily those who intend to make the best use of investment following realisation of the benefits of change.
The Managing Benefits Foundation & Practitioner course requires a reasonable amount of study before the course starts. You will receive extracted information from the APMG Managing Benefits manual, this is vital that you go through each chapter and the glossary and familiarise yourself with all the terms and understand the principles. Likewise, during the course, you will be assigned tasks which need to be completed at home every day. This is to further enhance the learning retention and make sure you understand all the information taught every session.
The Managing Benefits Foundation exam is a multiple choice paper which has 50 questions. The pass mark is 50% or 25/50 and it lasts 40 minutes. The examination is closed-book.
The Managing Benefits Practitioner exam lasts for 2 and a half hours and is an open book examination as the Managing Benefits Guide is allowed. There are a total of 8 questions in the paper which are each worth 10 marks. You have to achieve at least 50% to pass the exam.
The Foundation side of the course will measure whether you can understand the benefits management principles, applications, techniques, roles, responsibilities and documents, specifically to understand the:
The Practitioner side of the course helps show that you have a reasonable grasp of how to apply and use the guidance in any given situation. Primarily you should be able to:
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Managing Benefits Foundation and Practitioner
Price Starting From
£1,868.00 + VAT
Milton Keynes, UK
This course can be run in-company anywhere in the world & we can tailor the content to focus on your requirements.
There are no pre-requisites for this course however, you must pass the foundation course before taking the practitioner course.