The Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices (P3O®) guidance provides advice, supported by discussion and examples, on how to develop a governance structure that helps optimize an organization's investment in change alongside its business as usual work.
The P3O Foundation and Practitioner course, based on the 2013 guidance, comprises five days of trainer led instruction, with the Foundation examination on day three of the course and the Practitioner examination on day five of the course. The course will to provide delegates with a comprehensive and applied understanding of the P3O advice and prepare delegates for the P3O Foundation and Practitioner Certificate examination.
This course is aimed at members of offices within a P3O model or anyone who needs to understand the terminology and concepts underpinning a P3O.
At the end of this course you will understand:
Delegates will also sit the P3O® Foundation and Practitioner examination.
Introduction and Overview
A high level introduction to the terminology used in the course and sets P3O's into an organisational context
Why have a P3O?
Examines the reason for having a P3O, and develops the business case to implement or reenergise a P3O.
Identifying the different ways that an organisation could implement a Portfolio, Programme or Project Office
Describing the typical roles and responsibilities within a P3O
Operating a P3O
Describing the range of tools and techniques that can be used to support the functions and services of a successful P3O
Identifying the lifecycle to implement a new, or revitalise an existing P3O, both permanent and temporary offices
The P3O Foundation examination will be taken on the afternoon of day three of the course. The exam is a multiple choice exam consisting of 75 questions that must be answered in 1 hour. To be successful in this exam the delegate must correctly answer 35 or more questions. Delegates will be informed of their indicative result before they leave the course.
The P3O Practitioner examination will be taken on the afternoon of day five of the course. The exam is a multiple choice exam consisting of 80 marks (4 questions with 20 marks per question) that must be answered in 2 ½ hours. To be successful in this exam the delegate must get 40 or more marks. The exam allows the use of the 2013 version of the P3O manual. Delegates will be informed of their result by the examining body, normally within four weeks of course completion.
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