Managing Successful Programmes MSP® Advanced Practitioner Re-registration 1 day
About this course
If you hold the prestigious and respected Advanced MSP Practitioner Certificate and want to maintain currency you are required to submit a re-registration 3-5 years from the previous qualification date.
Our unique one-day re-registration workshop includes subsequent supplementary coaching to guide you to successful re-registration.
Who is it for?
Programme Management professionals who wish to retain their Advanced Practitioner Certification after five years.
What is included?
All our materials are graphically designed using Richard E Mayer’s proven principles for multimedia learning, developed and revised over the last nine years in response to client and trainer feedback.
• Stationery (A4 note-pad, highlighters, pop tabs, pens & pencils)
• Folder containing the course’s work and references
• Foundation and Practitioner Exams
• Pre-course workbook that you must work through before the start of the course.
• Joining instructions, venue map and directions, syllabus and exam candidate guidance.
• Lunches and refreshments are included for non-residential delegates
• A fully residential option is also available with study bedroom ensuite, breakfast and dinner
“This was a cosy tutorial style event. The trainer took his cue from the pace at which the two delegates wanted to work and made sure that there was a basic understanding of the material before we reapplied it to the assignment.” David Laszlo- Creole Consulting Ltd
By taking the Re-registration examinations, you will be able to demonstrate currency of your knowledge and commitment to Continuing Professional Development.
You will be required to choose an option from the list of topics provided and then write a dissertation on the chosen option. The options described are broad in nature and are designed to enable you to demonstrate your knowledge and experience of MSP guidance throughout the management of a programme. In doing so you will need to show in your dissertation the ability to cross-relate different elements of MSP beyond that simply implied by the topic to demonstrate your understanding of how the different elements of MSP inter-relate.
Your dissertation should show the examiner how MSP guidance was used (or not) within the programme to deliver effective management in the chosen area. If the programme was not run under the MSP regime, then the candidate should explain how the management in the chosen area was undertaken and how it could have been improved by the use of MSP guidance.
The format of the Advanced Practitioner Re-registration is a 2000 - 4000 word "dissertation".
The Examination Board suggests a target of 2500 words on a specific subject (selected from a range of topics) demonstrating application of MSP.
This may seem like a lot of writing, but we work with you to develop ways of building this up.In fact, most of our candidates end with having to make choices on what to leave out.
Ideally, your dissertation will based on a "real life" programme that you have worked within. If this is not possible (if you have not recently worked within a programme or your programme contains classified information), it would be acceptable to base it on the Advanced Practitioner Case Study "MSP Care".
There are no time restrictions imposed on this dissertation. The dissertation will be marked out of a possible 75 marks with a pass mark of 38 marks.