This event aims addresses P3O® which brings together a set of principles, processes
and techniques to enable effective portfolio, programme and project management.
The purpose of P3O is to provide universally applicable guidance that will enable
individuals and organisations to successfully establish, develop and maintain appropriate
business support structures that will enable informed senior management decisions and
the successful delivery of business outcomes and benefits.
The objectives of this course are two-fold: primarily to allow delegates to demonstrate that
they can manage or work in a P3O®, but also to gain the knowledge necessary to deliver
a “best-in-class” support structure for change within an organisation; this is demonstrated
specifically by preparing delegates to pass both the Foundation and Practitioner exams.
This event will “bring Project Management to life” by facilitating the teaching of theory
combined with practical exercises and case studies that have been built with a wide range
of example organisations in mind.
Who should attend?
- Anyone who works within a Project Office, from Head of Portfolio Management,
through to Programme and Project Specialists, to Project Officers, in order to
understand best-practise structure and guidance
- Those who seek to challenge and/or endorse current organisational priorities and
investment around strategic change by creating or re-energising a P3O®
Participants will develop:
- An in-depth knowledge of the P3O method
- Confidence in the practical application of the method when back in the
- The Foundation and Practitioner level qualification
- A clear understanding of the P3O terminology.
Examination & Certification
The Foundation exam is a 40-minute, multiple-choice paper (closed book). This consists
of 50 questions and a pass mark of 30/50 is required.
The Practitioner exam is of 2.5 hours’ duration, with 7 questions. The exam is open book
and has a possible 70 marks to be gained; the pass mark is 35/70.
Your Instructor & study programme
All instructors are skilled lecturers, approved and with extensive ‘real-world’ experience.
Pre-course preparation is required along with some evening study whilst the course is in