The Management of Portfolios (MoP) guidance provides advice and examples of how to apply principles, practices and techniques which help to optimise an organisation’s investment in change alongside its business-as-usual (BAU) work. ILX Group’s Management of Portfolios (MoP) Foundation and Practitioner blended learning contains all the training and materials you need to attain both the Foundation and Practitioner qualifications in MoP.
Using the latest developments in e-learning we will provide you with the knowledge and understanding of the scope, content and structure of the MoP guidance to fully prepare you for the MoP Foundation exam. Upon completion of the e-learning you will attend a two-day Practitioner workshop. You will work through some sample questions in an engaging and interactive manner, led by an accredited Management of Portfolios (MoP) trainer who will have the practical experience you will find invaluable to pass your MoP Foundation and Practitioner examinations. Both examinations are taken during the two-day workshop.
The blended learning course format is as follows:
Introduction to MoP
Strategic and organisational context
Roles and documentation
Implement , sustain, measure
MoP Foundation examination technique
MoP Foundation examination simulator
Introduction and the Practitioner examination overview
Implement, sustain and measure
Portfolio definition cycle
Portfolio delivery cycle
Roles and documentation
12 months' access to the Foundation e-learning, followed by a two-day Practitioner workshop once you have passed the Foundation exam.
This certification is aimed at those involved in a range of formal and informal portfolio management roles encompassing investment decision making, project and programme delivery, and benefits realization. It is relevant to all those involved in the selection and delivery of business change initiatives including:
You must pass the Foundation exam prior to attending the Practitioner examination.
The Foundation level qualification measures understanding of the principles, cycles, practices, techniques, roles, responsibilities, documents and organizational context within which portfolio management operates. Specifically by the end of the Foundation course you should know and understand the:
By the end of the Practitioner element of the course you should be able to apply and understand how to tailor MoP effectively. Specifically you should be able to demonstrate your ability to: