Change is constant, fast-paced and sometimes daunting. With many public sector organisations, experiencing significant amounts of disruption, now is the perfect time to gain this necessary qualification, to better manage change.
This five-day Change Management Foundation and Practitioner course covers the established certification by APMG. It has been created to give an extensive breakdown of the key principles of change management.
This accredited course gives you the necessary knowledge to better implement, plan, and successfully manage the impact of change.
Attend this course to learn why people are reluctant to embrace change, gain techniques on how to better motivate people and help them adapt to transformative periods; achieve strategic goals through better change management; develop your communication skills to facilitate change and overcome resistance to change.
Leave the course fully qualified in Change Management Foundation and Practitioner level and confident in your ability to apply change management techniques within your organisation.
This course is aimed at professionals who want to learn how to better lead change within their organisation.
Foundation exam at the end of day 3 and the practitioner exam at the end of day 5.
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Please note we will be using Zoom to deliver this course.
Steve started as a computer programmer, working for a subsidiary of Nat West bank, before taking on a role in pre-sales consultancy and client training both in the UK and internationally.
He became involved in Project Management in the 1980’s while working for a services company. Two spells as a company director saw Steve develop a strong interest in formal methods. A return to full time project management included a series of increasingly complex projects and led to programme and portfolio management roles. He has worked with both on-shore and off-shore teams to deliver change ...