MSP Re-Registration Practitioner eLearning with examination

Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) is the best-practice, proven and internationally accepted approach to the successful delivery of transformational change through the application of programme management.

MSP Practitioner Re-Registration is for anyone who passed their original MSP Practitioner exam a minimum of three years before your exam date and wish to keep their ‘Registered’ status up-to-date. NOTE: prior to 2007, MSP Practitioner was called ‘Intermediate’.

The MSP Practitioner Re-Registration certification is set at the same level as the MSP Practitioner qualification. The purpose of the practitioner qualification is to determine whether a delegate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of the MSP guidance to apply the guidance to their own work and, hence, act as an informed member of a programme management team. That is, someone responsible for managing, leading, supporting or advising on work within an MSP environment. Delegates should be capable of applying the MSP guidance in a relatively uncomplicated programme within an environment that uses MSP.

Prerequisites:

  • You should have passed your original MSP Practitioner exam a minimum of three years before your exam date. NOTE: prior to 2007, MSP Practitioner was called ‘Intermediate’.
  • MSP Practitioner is suitable for project managers, BCMs, experts and advisers working within a programme office and other specialist/governance roles involved in supporting programmes following the MSP guidance together with those wishing to pursue higher level qualifications (e.g. programme managers). This level is also suitable for SROs.
  • You are advised to check you have the correct technical system requirements to run this eLearning product.
  • Product registration requires an internet connection and takes only a few minutes to complete

MSP Philosophy and structure

  • What is a programme and how it differs to both business as usual and project work
  • Relationship between the MSP Principles, Governance Themes and the Transformational Flow.

The 7 MSP Principles

  • Remaining aligned with corporate strategy
  • Leading change
  • Envisioning and communicating a better future
  • Focusing on benefits and threats to them
  • Adding Value
  • Designing and delivering a coherent capability
  • Learning from experience

The 9 MSP Governance Themes

  • Organization
  • Vision
  • Leadership and stakeholder engagement
  • Benefits management
  • Blueprint design and delivery
  • Planning and control
  • The Business case
  • Risks and issue management
  • Quality and assurance management

The 6 MSP Transformational Flow Processes

  • Identifying a programme
  • Defining a programme
  • Managing the tranche
  • Delivering the capability
  • Realizing the benefits
  • Closing a programme