Sometimes referred to as the portfolio office or programme office or project office, P3O® derives its name from these three office types. The P3O certification standard aims to minimise the current confusion between the purpose and scope of these offices by providing definitions, structure, processes and roles for the establishment and management of the many possible P3O models. The aim of a P3O training model is to provide the appropriate support and governance required for the management of an organisation’s change initiatives. Our portfolio, programme and project office (PMO) training and certification courses are based on the P3O training guide and include a 3 day P3O Foundation training course and 2 day P3O Practitioner training course.HiLogic is an Accredited P3O® – Portfolio, Programme & Project Office Training Organisation offering accredited P3O certification and training courses.
This is a 3 day program ending with the P3O certification Foundation exam.The aim of the P3O Foundation training is to provide a sound understanding of:
The P3O Foundation exam is a closed book, 75 question multiple choice exam. The P3O certification exam must be completed within 60 minutes and delegates must score 35 or more marks to attain P3O certification. Please note; 5 questions are trial questions and do not contribute to the final mark.
This is a 2 day program ending with the P3O Practitioner exam.The aim of the P3O Practitioner training is to refine and build on knowledge gained during the Foundation program and prepare the delegate for the P3O Practitioner certification exam. Further the training will develop the delegate’s ability to apply P3O principles, functions, tools and techniques and to design and manage a portfolio, programme or project office for a given business situation.The Practitioner exam is an open book, objective style exam comprising of 4 questions with a total of 80 marks available. The exam must be completed within 2.5 hours and delegates must score 50% and above to attain the P3O Practitioner certification.
Passing the Foundation exam is a pre-requisite to Practitioner certification.