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Change Management™ 

    Course  Format  Prices From
Excluding VAT
 Duration          What is included
    Exam Fee   /   Manual
                More information

  Foundation only
 

e-learning

£450

12 Months
 

       Yes                 No

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   Foundation & Practitioner
 

e-learning

£850

12 Months

       Yes                 No

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Foundation & Practitioner Blended
Course
£1250 2 days       Yes              No

Next Course: TBC

 *We include 12 months access to our Foundation e-learning course as part of this package.


About Change Management
The course focuses on the effects of change in four key areas: individual, organisation, communication & stakeholder engagement and change practice. It is an intense course that requires delegates to prepare thoroughly and involves evening study.
The course culminates in the Foundation examination on day three. 

It is complementary to MSP®, M_o_R® and PRINCE2® but knowledge of these approaches is not a pre-requisite for attendance.  

The course provides an informative and valuable pathway of understanding through the maze of principles, theories and guidance on organisational change management, and gives a solid platform for clear best practice thinking and the application of useful tools and techniques for achieving successful change. 



This is our range of courses that includes e-learning sittings.

When comparing prices, always check “What is included”, in particular manuals and examinations. 
We have been voted “Global leaders” by our clients – we guarantee our quality
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"We trained hard, but it seemed that every time we were beginning to form up into teams we would be reorganized. I was to learn later in life that we tend to meet any new situation by reorganizing; and a wonderful method it can be for creating the illusion of progress while producing confusion, inefficiency, and demoralization." Gaius Petronius Arbiter, Roman solider (c27 – 66AD)
Let's face it, change is everywhere and despite all the intellectual energy that has gone into change management over the last 2,000 years we are not going to master it any time soon. It is also fair to say that there is no sign of it slowing down either, in fact, it is accelerating. So, to help you out, here are our Seven Deadly Sins of Change Management that you may wish to avoid in your organisation: 

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