Change Management Practitioner Training Course

Change Management Practitioner Training Course

Authored by Wellingtone. The only Change Management course Accredited by APM.

Change Management Practitioner Training Course2021-06-03T11:10:28+02:00

The 2-day Wellingtone Change Management Practitioner training course has been designed to address the growing need for Project Managers and PMO teams to bring practical best practice change management principles to project & programme delivery. 

Change Management best practice is recognised as a critical element for project success and transformation change.  This training course is for project and programme management professionals and PMO practitioners alike, and those who have a keen interest in understanding change management in the delivery context, and those delivering initiatives that impact people. Those undertaking this course will learn and be confident applying best practice change management principles.

Assessment & Certification

Course Agenda

The course syllabus is aligned to the APM, IPMA and PMI bodies of knowledge, which ensures we offer a balanced view across the many facets that relate to the project management profession. 

At the end of the day, delegates sit a 60-minute multiple-choice examination. Successful candidates are awarded a Wellingtone Accredible certificate recognising their achievements.  

  • Change Management Overview

  • People and Change

  • Responsibilities in Change

  • Defining the Why

  • Impact and Readiness Assessment 

  • Stakeholder Engagement 

  • Plan the Change  

  • Implement the Change 

  • Follow up and Reinforce 

  • Managing Change in a Virtual World 

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