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APMG-International Change Management ™

Course type:
E-learning
Duration:
10–12 hours
Delivery:
Online
Optional add-ons:
N/A
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From just £485 +VAT

APMG-International Change Management ™ Foundation E-learning

Course overview

About the course

Course synopsis

  1. The Change Management Context
  2. Learning and the individual
  3. Change and the individual
  4. Change and the organisation – Part 1
  5. Change and the organisation – Part 2
  6. Stakeholder engagement
  7. Communication and Engagement
  8. Change Impact
  9. Change readiness 
  10. Exam technique 
  11. Exam simulator

Accreditation: The purpose of the Foundation certification is to confirm that a candidate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of Change Management to work as an informal member of a team working on an organisational change initiative.

 

Duration

It takes approximately 10-12 hours to complete the online learning.

Target audience

Target Audience

  • The Change Management qualification is aimed at anyone involved in change at any level within an organisation.
  • Change leaders (e.g. Senior Responsible Owners)
  • Change Managers
  • Portfolio Managers
  • Organisational Development Managers
  • Change ‘agents’ (e.g. Business Change Managers)
  • Change implementers (e.g. Programme/Project Managers)
  • Change support (e.g. Programme/Project Office) and Operational Line
  • Managers/staff
  • Senior Management

Pre-requisites

Pre-requisites:

There are no pre-requisites required in order to begin a Foundation course in
Change Management.

The Foundation certification is also a pre-requisite for the Practitioner certification

What's included?

Materials

 

Optional extras

Optional extras

These options are also available during the checkout process to enhance your learning experience:

  • Change Management official manual
  • Change Management Foundation exam - Valid for 12 months from purchase date. Must be taken online via web proctor

Exam information

Exam format

  • Multiple choice
  • Four sections, total of 50 questions
  • 25 marks required to pass (out of 50 available) - 50%
  • 40 minutes duration
  • Closed-book