Managing Benefits™ Qualification
What is the Managing Benefits Qualification?
The Managing Benefits course consolidates existing guidance on benefits management into one place, while expanding on the specific practices and techniques aimed at optimising benefits realisation. The Guide provides managers and practitioners from multiple disciplines, working in a variety of industries and organisations, with generally applicable guidance encompassing benefits management principles, practices and techniques.
Managing Benefits Overview
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- Virtual ClassroomInstructor-led course
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- This is a virtual course with a live instructor. It includes interaction and group-work to embed learning. We encourage use of cameras, and have regular breaks to maintain freshness and engagement.
£1,995.00 excl. VAT
- Small Classes
- Free Course Resit
- Both Exams Included
- APMG Certificate
- 5 Year Certification
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The Managing Benefits Guide provides:
- An overview of benefits management (what it is, the case for doing it, and common misconceptions that can limit its effectiveness)
- Descriptions of the seven principles upon which successful approaches to benefits management are built, and examples of how they can be / have been applied in practice
- Guidance on how to apply benefits management at a portfolio level, as well as at individual programme or project levels
- Details of the five practices in the Benefits Management
- Cycle and examples of how they can be / have been applied in practice
- Advice on how to get started in implementing effective benefits management practices and sustain progress
There are no entry requirements for this course as the Foundation level will be covered in the first 3 days.
The Foundation element of this course will cover:
- Definitions, scope and objectives of benefits management, barriers to its effective practice, and the key success characteristics
- Principles upon which successful approaches to benefits management are based
- Five practices contained within the Benefits Management Cycle and relevant techniques applicable to each practice
- Scope of key roles and responsibilities for benefits management and the typical contents of the main benefits management documentation
- Approaches to implementation and the factors to consider in sustaining progress
The Practitioner element of this course will cover:
- Planning the implementation of benefits management, select appropriate strategies to sustain and measure progress
- Selecting and adapt principles, practices and techniques to suit different organizational environments
- Identifying activities that should be undertaken during each of the practices of the Benefits Management Cycle together with the accountabilities and responsibilities of each of the defined roles
- Evaluating examples of benefits management information (documents)
- Analysing the solutions adopted in relation to a given scenario
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