AXELOS MoP® Foundation Certification
PMO practitioners have chosen MoP® because they’re working at a portfolio level – within a Portfolio Management Office or an Enterprise PMO (ePMO). In this type of role, it is important to understand how portfolio management determines which projects and programmes an organisation decides to do and when.
There’s long been a saying that portfolio management is about doing the right projects and project management is about doing the projects right.
For PMO practitioners with minimal experience in portfolio management, the Foundation level is the place to start.
Classroom & Virtual Classroom
Virtual Course Timings:
9am to 4pm UK time each day
60 Minutes, 50 Questions and 25 marks required to pass (out of 50 available) – 50%
Virtual Classroom – £1155 + VAT
- PeopleCert use an online proctoring system called ExamShield for exams.
- Please read their computer pre-requisites and details of how to test your system before taking the exam.
No previous experience or knowledge required
There is some pre-reading required for this course. It should take 2 hours to complete. There is also some advised further reading.
On successful completion of the course and examination, course delegates will be certified as MoP® Foundation accredited
The MoP® courses on this page are offered by PMO Learning. MoP® is a [registered] trade mark of AXELOS Limited. MoP® is a registered trade mark of AXELOS Limited, used under permission of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved.
On completion of the training and certification, you will have gained knowledge of:
- The scope and objectives of portfolio management and how it differs from programme andproject management
- The benefits from applying portfolio management and the context within which it operates
- The principles upon which successful portfolio management is based
- Approaches to implementation, the factors to consider in maintaining progress, and how toassess the success of portfolio management
- The purposes of the portfolio management definition and delivery cycles and their componentpractices, and relevant techniques applicable to each practice
- The purpose and key content of the major portfolio documents
- The scope of key portfolio management roles.