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The course will provide delegates with the ability to plan and monitor programme benefits, using the CHAMPS2 method. To do this, delegates will have an overview of the full process and governance and must understand the cornerstone principles of business case development, solution design, benefits realisation and tailoring of CHAMPS2. Delegates will then be able to test their understanding and competency, by sitting the CHAMPS2 Foundation examination.
Focus on realising business benefits - focus on the bigger picture, Vision, developed to unite the organisation behind change. It is structured to deliver tangible benefits to customers, the organisation and staff
Understand a method which can substantially improve organisational capability across multiple areas including business change, IT systems development and renewal, mergers and acquisitions, research and product development
Learn how CHAMPS2 provides you with a route map through the complex process of transformational change with detailed activity descriptions and resources
There are no prerequisites to attend this course, however, as pre-course reading we will email you in advance of the course the following documents which must be read prior to attending:
1) Chapters 1 to 3 of the official CHAMPS2 Realising Transformational Change manual
2) CHAMPS2 Master Map
3) CHAMPS2 White Paper
The official CHAMPS2 Realising Transformational Change Manual will be shipped to you in advance of the course.
We recommend you familiarise yourself with the above mentioned course manual prior to attending the course as a method of pre-course reading.
If for any reason you have not received the pre-course work please contact us immediately.
In addition, delegates will be required to complete a minimum of 2 hours homework each evening.
The 45 minute Foundation exam is currently paper-based and is made up of the following:
The 2 hour Practitioner exam is currently paper-based and is made up of the following:
Introduction to CHAMPS2 and Transformational Change
This session looks at some of the challenges facing organisations to deliver more results with fewer resources. It also outlines the underlying structure of CHAMPS2 in terms of the phases, stages, activities and additional resources.
CHAMPS2 comprises eight phases through which the organisation accumulates information and knowledge. It starts with the identification of the strategic need, the Vision and the strategic outcomes – in other words the issues or opportunities the organisation wants to address and the results it wants to see.
This session looks at the design of the solution including processes, organisation structures and technology. It explores the development from the processes that will enable the solution to work, to the people and skills required to use the solution and the technology that will support people and automate processes. It brings together elements of CHAMPS2 ranging from the approval of the business case to the point when new systems are tested and go-live.
Benefits management is a structured approach to ensuring the delivery of business benefits and tracking their journey from identification to benefits realisation. This session looks briefly at the principal reasons for defining benefits within CHAMPS2 and the tools used to manage benefits.
The spaces remaining on all courses across the website reflect the availability of the maximum printed course materials and equipment available in stock for any given event. If the spaces remaining do not appear, then there is comfortably enough lead time to provision course materials and equipment upon booking.
Yes, it is accredited by APMG
All of our instructors are fully accredited and are experienced within CHAMPS2 methodologies
We provide, the official CHAMPS2 – Realising Transformational Change manual, The Knowledge Academy courseware folder, official certificates and refreshments
Yes the exams are included
There are no prerequisites required to attend this course
The Foundation exam is multiple choice closed-book and the Practitioner exam is multiple choice open-book
Please arrive at your training venue for 08:45am
The training hours are start at 9am and finish at 5pm approximately
There is a minimum of 2 hours of homework each evening
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