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MOP® - Management of Portfolios - Foundation & Practitioner 5 Day Course
Management of Portfolios (MoP) provides advice and examples of how to apply principles, practices, and techniques that together enable the most effective balance of organisational change and business as usual.
Delivered by fully accredited trainers and industry leading experts with extensive experience of portfolio management, the course engages with the students to ensure that theory is embedded and delegates feel confident in the practical application of MoP.
The purpose of the Practitioner certification is to confirm whether you have achieved sufficient understanding of how to apply and tailor the MoP guidance and to analyse portfolio data, documentation and roles in relation to a scenario situation. A successful Practitioner candidate should, with suitable support, be able to advise on the implementation of appropriate practices and techniques, and apply the method to a live portfolio, but may not be sufficiently skilled to do this appropriately for all situations. Their individual expertise, the complexity of the portfolio, and the support provided will also influence the impact the MoP Practitioner can achieve.
The MoP Practitioner qualification is aimed at those involved in a range of formal and informal portfolio management roles encompassing investment decision making, project and programme delivery, and benefits realisation.
It is relevant to all those involved in the selection and delivery of business change initiatives including:
All delegates will be given the opportunity to sit the MoP Foundation examination in the late afternoon of the third day of the course. The MoP Foundation exam consists of:
The Mop Practitioner Exam is held on the final day of training . The Practitioner exam consists of:
- Four questions per paper with 20 marks available per question - all question items will be worth one mark, making the total number of marks available per paper 80
- Three hours allowed Open book exam (MoP guide only)
- 40 marks required (out of 80 available) to pass - 50%.
Photographic ID for exams
You must bring photographic identification on exam days (passport, driving license or student card) as it is an examination requirement to produce it for the invigilator prior to the exam. Failure to produce a valid form of photographic identification may result in a candidate not being able to sit the exams. For any questions about what form of identification is acceptable, please contact your Account Manager or the Trigraph Examination Administration team on +353-1-6390050 or email@example.com