Length: 5 Days
The APMG International Change Management Certification has been developed by the APM Group in partnership with the Change Management Institute (CMI), an independent, global professional association of change managers.
Dealing with change and more importantly, the impact of change is a high priority for all organisations. The APMG International Change Management Certification has been developed by the APM Group in partnership with the Change Management Institute (CMI), an independent, global professional association of change managers.
Together they have developed a professional body of knowledge for the discipline of change management. This body of knowledge now provides an independent benchmark for the professional knowledge expected of an effective change manager.
No prerequisites are necessary for attendance, although delegates would benefit from some experience of organisational change prior to attending the course.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- Improve your ability to change by managing reactions and develop an understanding of change by identifying the impacts that initiatives can have and learning to address them
- Learn how people react to change and use this knowledge to lead them successfully through business transformation
- Learn about change theories and how to apply the appropriate theory for an organisation's specific needs. This will enhance the way colleagues and organisations deal with and embrace change as well as establishing personal change management processes based on learnings
- Know how to take people through the various phases of transition and lead change more effectively with less resistance and more support
- Help you understand how to react to change so you are equipped to lead more effectively and sympathetically.
The course includes the APMG accredited exams:
- Foundation exam – a 40 minute multiple choice closed book examination with 50 questions (25 marks, 50% to pass)
- Practitioner exam – a two and half hour objective style restricted open book examination with a total of 80 marks available (40 marks, 50% to pass)