Managing Benefits™ Practitioner

The purpose of the Managing Benefits™ guidance and certification scheme is to provide managers and practitioners from different disciplines / in a variety of organizations with applicable guidance in benefits management principles, practices and techniques.

Course description:

This 2-day Practitioner level course enables delegates to apply and understand how to tailor the Managing Benefits methodology effectively. 

Individuals certified at this level have a demonstrated understanding and application of:

  • Planning the implementation of benefits management, selecting appropriate strategies to sustain and measure progress.
  • Selecting and adapting the principles, practices and techniques to suit different organizational contexts.
  • Applying activities that should be undertaken during each of the practices of the Benefits Management Cycle, together with the accountabilities and responsibilities of each of the defined roles.
  • Evaluating examples of benefits management information (documents).
  • Analyzing the solutions adopted in relation to a given scenario.


  • Change leaders (e.g., senior responsible owners and directors of change).
  • Change initiators (e.g., strategic planners and policy leads).
  • Change appraisers and evaluators (e.g., business case developers and project appraisers).
  • Change implementers/enablers (e.g., portfolio, program and project managers).
  • Change support staff (e.g., portfolio, program and project office staff).


Candidates must pass the Managing Benefits Foundation exam prior to attending this course. 

Course outline:

    1. Overview of the Practitioner Exam
    2. Identify and Quantify
    3. Value and Appraise
    4. Plan
    1. Realize
    2. Review
    3. Portfolio-based application
    4. Implement, Sustain and Measure
    5. Exam
    • 80 multiple-choice questions
    • 2½ hours in duration
    • Open-book
    • Minimum 40 correct answers (50%) to pass

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9. March
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