This course has been created for those requiring an understanding of how business benefits are managed to facilitate their delivery. The delivery of business benefits relies in part upon effective testing and implementation of business solutions and the course also covers these areas. Our approach is to underpin theoretical concepts with a realistic case study through which participants can gain experience of applying the benefits management and business acceptance techniques
The course prepares participants to attain the Certificate in Benefits Management and Business Acceptance offered by the Information Systems Examinations Board . Candidates are required to pass a one-hour open book examination in order to acquire the Certificate
BCS courses are delivered by Accredited BCS Training Partners
Project Managers, Business Analysts, Business Managers, Service Managers and other key stakeholders involved in benefits management of new systems
Those who predict expected benefits, those responsible for monitoring the business case through the change and those who ultimately accept the system (UAT) and apply it to deliver the benefits to the business.!
Completion of this course will enable candidates to understand the role of a business case through the project lifecycle from defining the promised set of deliverable benefits, through monitoring a project against the business case and testing the deliverables against them and post-delivery measuring the delivered benefits against the original business case
This course is based on the syllabus for the BCS (formerly ISEB) Certificate in Benefits Management and Business Acceptance
No pre-requisites have been defined for this course
If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.
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