On completion of the course the delegate will have:
Defined the different types of support a PSO can provide
Defined a Programme/Project organisational structure
Demonstrated how planning techniques can be used
Define Project Control
Identified the infrastructure required to support a programme or project
Distinguished between the different types of business case
Identified the different types of risk assessment
Demonstrated how to prepare a Quality Control review
Sat the PPSO foundation examination
The event is recommended for Programme and Project Support staff, together with newly appointed Programme and Project Managers involved in setting up and operating a PSO.
This course is accredited by the Information Systems Examination Board (ISEB)
The course is very practical and consists of classroom lectures, discussions, individual exercises, group exercises and case study work. The instructor will review the delegate's work and provide feedback to better enable the delegate to pass the examination.
Examination & Certification
The Foundation examination is a one hour multiple-choice paper. All successful delegates will receive the PPSO Foundation certificate from ISEB.
Examination and Registration Fees
Project and Programme Support Office Handbook
Pre-course instructions and essential pre-course reading
Conferencing facilities (public event only)
All WPM's instructors are industry experts who have recognised experience at both theoretical and practical levels in many business sectors. This dual experience is essential to guide delegates through best practice case scenarios during all the course sessions.
Delegates learn a structured approach to programme and project support
Successful delegates will receive the PPSO Foundation certificate from ISEB
Delegates will be more effective in their roles within the PSO
Improved employability through acquisition of new skills