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APMG-International PPS™

Course type:
E-learning
Duration:
21 hours
Delivery:
Online
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From just $630 +GST

APMG-International PPS™ E-learning

In today’s modern world, organisations are continually changing, reviewing and updating their capabilities. Implementing new strategies and initiatives will typically be delivered by targeted programmes and/or projects. These programmes and projects require a champion and sponsor to be accountable for successful delivery.

Course overview

About the course

The Programme and Project Sponsorship course from ILX Group has been developed to provide a clear understanding of what is required of the Programme and Project Sponsor. Not only does it address the key question, ‘what should I be doing?’, but also, ‘what is an appropriate level of my involvement?’, and ‘what should others be doing for me?’.

What's covered?

Module 1
The role of the sponsor

  • What should we do?
  • Why are we doing it?
  • What do I need?
  • What will stop me?

Module 2
Working with people

  • Who and how?
  • Identifying and overcoming resistance
  • Communication and rapport
  • Building the right team

Module 3
Identifying and establishing a programme/project

  • The environment
  • What is the target?
  • How can I be sure we can deliver?

Module 4
The delivery journey

  • Staying in control
  • Is it good practice or not?
  • Am I being told all I should?

Duration

12 months' access to the e-learning content, and the course will take approximately 21 hours to complete.

Target audience

This programme has been designed for anyone who is sponsoring or is about to become the sponsor of, and accountable for, a change programme or project. This programme is applicable to any organisation wishing to ensure that their business change leaders have a comprehensive understanding of their roles and responsibilities. It would be particularly relevant to:

  • Senior responsible owners
  • Project sponsors
  • Project executives
  • Programme directors
  • Departmental directors