Managing Change , and even more the effects of change, is one of the most important priorities for all Organizations - especially in times of uncertainty.APMG, one of the UK 's largest international accreditation and professional testing organizations, has developed the Change Management certification in partnership with the Change Management Institute, an independent global change management organization.
As a APMG Accredited Training Organization, Critical Path organizes both the training seminar and the Change Management Practitioner exam given during the seminar: the objective of the test is to show the candidate that he / she understands Change Management and can apply its principles appropriately to a specific scenario . This scenario describes the background and the current state of an agency undergoing change as well as the change that is under way. The condition for this exam is to have the Change Management Foundation certification. The exam is open-book, has a duration of 2.5 hours consisting of 4 groups of 20 multiple-choice questions, while the pass mark is 40 questions (50%).
Candidates who pass the practitioner exam are recognized as a 'Change Management Registered Practitioner'. Individuals will remain registered for a period of 5 years. To maintain the registered status, practitioners must complete and pass a Change Management re-registration examination 3-5 years following their initial/previous practitioner certification.
The seminar is aimed at those involved in organizational changes, including those who are or aspire to become Change Managers. It also addresses those involved in design, development and implementation of change programs, including change leaders, change agents, Business Change Managers, Program Managers, change support, etc.
After the seminar the participants will:
In recent years he has been working exclusively in the field of vocational education, having thousands of hours of experience in the largest Greek and international organizations.
The seminar is very practical, the language of instruction is Greek, while all the educational material, the books and the examination are in English.