Managing Successful Programmes is a framework for successfully delivering large-scale, transformational change through a dossier of related projects and related activities. It is proven best-practice programme management that helps to make change ‘stick’.
Whilst not being prescriptive, it is flexible to the needs of local circumstances. It provides an adaptable route to facilitating change and reaches its ultimate objectives by bringing together the key elements of governance themes, together with transformational flow processes, all underpinned by common sense principles to enable success.
Truly effective training
Results of MSP distance learning are recorded and available for tracking. E-learning is easily accessible, time-efficient and should require minimal instructor involvement. Training is also provided at remote sites to avoid high travel costs.
Reduced learning time
Proven by more than 30 studies, interactive e-learning reduces learning time as much as 50 percent. The combination of interactive visuals and audio explanation delivers information in an easily understood format.
Computer-based instruction is delivered in a consistently reliable fashion that does not vary in quality from class to class or topic to topic.
The process of interaction with the content rich e-learning material provides a strong learning reinforcement that significantly increases content retention.
Our interactive distance learning systems provide a level of responsive feedback and individual involvement that has proved to be highly motivating.
Enjoy interactive learning
The one-on-one nature of our CBT systems help students take greater control and hence responsibility for their own learning process.
Cope easily with increasing demand
Today, there are usually fewer training department personnel to train an ever-larger number of employees.
Automatic student data and reporting
All our courses automate the tracking of student records and reporting of information.
Proof of training
The e-learning courses use an admin module to deliver and administer the training and keep track of each student's use of the material. Also, by having evidence that learning occurred, students can use this as a 'record of achievement' with optional certification available.
Introduction to programme management
Processes and programme information
Leadership and stakeholder engagement
Planning and control
The business case
Blueprint design and delivery
Risk and issue management
Quality and assurance management
Mock exam simulatior
The e-learning is expected to take 18 hours to complete.
The course is aimed at anyone who aims wants to achieve the MSP Foundation level qualification.