MSP® Managing Succesful Programmes

Online Course



LogiKals MSP course is accredited by the APM Group to support self-study online learning for MSP® and the related Foundation and Practioner exams. This online self-study aims to provide you with a straight forward route to becoming a fully Certified Registered MSP Practitioner in your own time and at your own pace.

Getting Started

What is a Programme? What is Programme Management? Why use Programme Management? The characteristics of Portfolios, Programmes and Projects. ‘Drivers for change’ and the programme environment. Types of Programme and Programme impacts.

Introduction to MSP

MSP Terminology. The MSP ‘framework’. MSP structure, including Principles, Themes and The Transformational Flow.

Organisation and Programme Office

The MSP Organisation Structure. MSP Roles and Responsibilities, including Sponsoring Group, Programme Board, Senior Responsible Owner, Programme Manager, Business Change Manager and Business Change Team, and the Programme Office.


What is a vision? What are the characteristics of a good Vision Statement? When and how is the Vision Statement developed and maintained.

Leadership and Stakeholder Engagement

What is leadership? What is Business Change
Management? What is a stakeholder, and what are the
steps in the Stakeholder Engagement cycle, including
the techniques and documents involved

Benefits Management

What are benefits and dis-benefits? Alignment with
corporate objecves. How and why to categorise
benefits. The Benefits Management Cycle, including
idenfying benefits, planning and delivering benefit
realisaon, and reviewing benefits.

Blueprint Design and Delivery

What is the blueprint and how is it designed? What is
P.O.T.I.? How to design blueprint delivery, plan step
changes through tranches, and develop a programme

Planning and Control

Developing the programme plan. Planning and
managing resources. Designing the Projects Dossier and
developing the programme schedule.

The Business Case

What is the Business Case and what does it contain?
Where does it begin, how is it developed, and how and
when is it reviewed?

Risk and Issue Management

Sources and perspecves of risks and issues. Managing
risks and the Risk Management Framework. Managing
issues and the Issue Management Framework. Change
Control and Configuraon Management.

Quality and Assurance Management

What is quality and assurance? The scope of
programme quality management. Assurance
management approach, principles and techniques.

Transformation Flow

Introducon to The transformaonal Flow. What are
the processes and acvies for Idenfying a
Programme, Defining a Programme, Managing the
Tranches, Delivering the Capability, Realising the
Benefits and Closing a Programme

Examination Approaches

Introducon to the MSP Foundaon and Praconer
Exams. Style of quesons and recommended

All modules include:

• Interacve Tasks
• Visualisaon Mind Maps
• Foundaon & Praconer Exam Simulaons

  • Provides flexibility for those wishing to study at a time, pace and place convenient to them

    • A flexible choice of different self-study options, including a blended-learning package combining self-study with a classroom based revision day

    • A cost-effective solution for both individuals and organisations

    • People who study MSP® using MSP® Passport achieve a higher score in the Foundation exam

    • MSP® Passport is achieving higher pass rates in the Practitioner exam compared to classroom training

    • Internet-based software gives you the freedom to access from any location.

12 modules with associated interactive and video presented lessons

• Notes to support each lesson and references to the MSP® Manual
• Module level exam simulation directly aligned to the MSP® Syllabus
• Online support, forums, chat and progress reports
• MSP® Foundation and Practitioner exam simulations
• Interactive exercises to consolidate the learning
• Extensive Exam Approaches module to support the “Objective Testing” Practitioner exam.

This course includes two exams, the foundation exam and the practitioner exam.

Exam simulations are included in the interactive modules. 

LogiKal Training applies the following policy in assessing eligibility for credits, refunds and participant substitutions

In the event of a training course being cancelled by LogiKal, you will be issued in full a refund of all fees paid in respect of that course.

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If cancellation of attendance to a training course is less than 14 days prior to the commencement of that course, no refund will be given in respect to that course. However, participant substitution is allowed provided LogiKal Training is advised in writing of the substitution prior to the commencement of that course. The substituted participant must complete a course enrolment registration form prior to attending the course.

If cancellation of attendance to a training course is more than 14 days prior to the commencement of that course, then a refund of 50% of course fees may be granted subject to the completion of a Refund/Credit Application form.

In the event of a participant being unable to complete a course they have commenced, due to sickness or personal crisis,that participant may attend the course again free of charge subject to availability. In this instance he must complete a Credit/Refund Application Form and attach relevant documentary evidence.

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