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Normal 0 false false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) 2007 Advanced Practitioner Course Outline Overview Designed for candidates who have already passed the MSP 2007 Foundation and Practitioner Examinations, this event provides a workshop environment for preparing for the MSP 2007 Advanced Practitioner Examination. Designed For This course is intended for anyone in, or aspiring to, a senior role within a programme. This includes Programme Managers or Programme Directors, and other key staff involved in the design, development and delivery of programmes, including Business Change Managers and Programme Office Managers. Anyone who already has a good understanding of the principles and theory of the MSP manual, supported by practical application within a programme environment, will benefit from this course. Course C ontents Pre-course Delegates will be provided with a set of pre-course materials which includes the case study (MSPCare) for the Advanced Practitioner Exam. Materials will include exercises and questions which will deepen the delegate?s knowledge of MSP and allow the delegate to use their MSP knowledge to explore the case study by drawing on their own experience. The outputs from these exercises will be used in the classroom event. Delegates will be expected to have completed at least 10 hours pre-course work for this event. Course The structure of the course is intended to build on delegate?s existing MSP Practitioner knowledge and experience as well as on their pre-course work. The course will cover all aspects of the MSP Advanced Practitioner syllabus, and will include: Workshops and exercises which are intended to give delegates practical experience of applying MSP using the MSPCare case study. Sample questions, to develop deeper understanding of MSP, the MSPCare case study, and prepare for the Advanced Practitioner exam. Examination D etails The MSP Advanced Practitioner Exam will be taken on the afternoon of the second day. The exam consists of up to three compulsory questions on different units from the syllabus to be answered within a time limit of 2 hours and 30 minutes, inclusive of reading time. The examination will be based on a complex scenario (MSPCare) which will be issued as part of the pre-course materials and used during the training course. Additional material in the form of reports, documents, formats, statements, etc. may also be provided for analysis as part of an examination question. The examination is ?open book? and other material in the form of course notes, examples, copies of presentations, etc. can be used during this examination but no electronic aids, such as laptops, may be used. The pass mark will be 38 marks out of a possible 75.

Normal 0 false false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) 2007 Advanced Practitioner Course Outline Overview Designed for candidates who have already passed the MSP 2007 Foundation and Practitioner Examinations, this event provides a workshop environment for preparing for the MSP 2007 Advanced Practitioner Examination. Designed For This course is intended for...

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