Managing succesful programmse (MSP®) is a well established project management framework in the world. MSP® has been designed so that it can be directly implemented into the workplace.
MSP® was founded in the late 1980's, where it was orginally called Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency(CCTA). That framework has been specifically applied to any IT company and when it was well established in the IT sector. In 1996, MSP® (managing successful programmes) was released and since it has been used by large mult-national companies such as the London olympics and General electric.
MSP® provides courses to a wide variety of organisations with different requirements. They are MSP® Foundation, MSP® Practitioner upgrade, MSP® Foundation and practitioner and MSP® Practitioner re-registration.
MSP® is desgined for people who already hold the MSP® Practitioner qualification and are required to re-register their qualification. The entry requirements are you should already hold the MSP® Practitioner qualification. The course is taken over 2 day and the last day you take an exam. The exam lasts 75 minutes and consists of three questions. The pass mark is 50%.
MSP® re-registration can be taken through three different methods, which are classroom, online and onsite.
The first one of which is classroom training. This is where you can choose from one of our high quality venues located around the United Kingdom. Our instructors are highly experienced in both teaching and implementing MSP®.
Course Bargain’s MSP® Re-Registration session has been planned to give learners the opportunity to focus on areas of weakness. Delegates will also be given the opportunity to practise mock examinations under examination circumstances and to then receive valued feedback on where applicants were unsuccessful to score. It is intended for applicants who already hold an MSP® Practitioner certificate and will provide the chance to re-enter parts of doubt.
Course Bargain’s MSP® Re-Registration 2 day training course will include the resulting topics: