Change Management Course Melbourne & Perth

Change Management Course Summary

Looking for a change management classroom training course in Melbourne or Perth? Or perhaps an online change management training course?

Choose from our APMG accredited change management face-to-face public training courses in Melbourne or Perth, in-house private courses, or learn online.

The APMG Change Management training course provides approaches and models to support individuals and teams through the process of change and to achieve their change goals.

Without immediate access to change management capabilities, change outcomes and strategic goals may not align and may fail to be realised. Change management training supports the development of knowledge and skills critical in today’s dynamic working environment. As strategy constantly adapts successful organisations draw on change knowledge and capabilities to support achievement of individual, team and broader strategic goals.

Should you be based in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney our corporate in-house training can also be delivered at your venue in any city across Australia.

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Change Management Training Syllabus

HiLogic’s APMG accredited training syllabus is aligned to the Change Management Institute’s: Change Management Body of Knowledge commonly referred to as the CMBOK. The Foundation training program consists of 4 key syllabus areas:

  • Change and the individual
  • Change and the organization
  • Communication and stakeholder engagement
  • Change management practices

Throughout these 4 syllabus areas we explore key principles, commonly accepted practices and models, as well as key roles to support change at the individual, team and organisational wide levels.

The Practitioner program will explore in further detail practices to support learning, sustaining change and the use of project, programme or portfolio management frameworks to support organisational change governance. This program is also designed to provide a recap on the 4 syllabus areas with attention on preparing participants for Practitioner certification.

Our classroom change management courses include:

  • 1 day Change Management Overview Course
  • 2 day Change Management Fundamentals Course

Our classroom APMG Change Management certification courses include:

  • 3 day Change Management Foundation Course (inclusive of Foundation certification exam)
  • 1.5 day Change Management Practitioner Course (inclusive of Practitioner certification exam)

Download our training brochure for more information on course aims and benefits.

Change Management Foundation and Practitioner exam and certification

The Foundation exam is a 40-minute multiple-choice exam with 50 questions. To attain the Foundation certification a pass mark of 50% is required. The Practitioner exam is a 2.5-hour objective style exam with 4 questions. A pass mark of 50% from a total of 80 marks is required to attain the APMG Practitioner certification. Passing the Foundation exam is a pre-requisite to completing the Practitioner exam.

For in-person training the Foundation exam is completed at the end of the Foundation course and the Practitioner exam is completed at the end of the Practitioner course.

For online classroom or self-paced online training, exams are completed online post-training. Training participants will be able to select from a listing of available dates and times to complete their exam.

Who should attend this Change Management course?

Target audience for this change management course includes anyone responsible for sponsoring, facilitating or managing change, including senior executives, business unit managers, project and programme managers, change managers, change agents, staff involved in organisational restructuring, business or process improvement.

If you are based in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney and have a group of people to train, speak to us about our in-person or online classroom training courses.

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