APMG must accredit an organisation before it can deliver The Change Management certification. Having passed both the Foundation and Practitioner exams candidates will have acquired the knowledge needed to receive CMI’s ACM (Foundation) accreditation. They offer successful candidates a simpler route to personal accreditation, with only the experience element to complete.
Besides the individual benefitting from this training, even the organisation benefits. Not only does the personal benefit from the certification, it also helps the team though differently. During the course people learn about the various types of changes affecting the company, and also the professional approaches to support the efficient delivery of the company desired outcomes from each change enterprise.
The professionals can improve the deftness of the team by building on its capability and capacity to manage change. These professionals are also a great hand at mitigating the risk factors that relates to any kind of failed initiatives. These professionals also turn in handy while maintaining the loyalty of the employees and commitments made to them during the change period.
The Change Professionals also to work with the stakeholders in a change initiative. They further learn how to plan, execute and measure the effective communications required to build and maintain their engagement.
The delegates get to manage change during this course. The course introduces them to four different levels of change – in relation to the organisation, in relation to the individual, in relation to the communication and stakeholder commitment and finally to change management in practice.
A closed book exam ,The Change Management Foundation has a duration of just 40 minutes. The candidates are required to answer 50 questions and also score a minimum of 50% marks for obtaining this certification. Bot the course and exam are accredited by the Agile Project Management Group.