The course helps the delegates to develop a strategic and standardized approach to produce business cases and apply the Five Case Model effectively to the development of a business case leading to value for money and informed decisions. The framework of Better Business Cases™ ensures that everyone involved in the Project or Programme has an understanding of recognised tools and techniques to make an effective and more successful Business Case. The Practitioner course enables the delegates to apply Five Case Model to a real project and become a business case professional. The Better Business Cases™ is based on The Five Case Model, and it provides a methodic approach to developing a business case, by:
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The knowledge of Better Business Cases™ is a great asset for managers at all levels in both public and private sector. Strategic, commercial, management, economic and financial are the key elements of the Five Case Model. By the completion of the course, the delegates will gain an understanding of the principles which are fundamental to Better Business Cases including quality analysis, governance and ownership, thinking not writing and alignment with management processes. The main focus of the Practitioner course is to ensure that the delegates have attained sufficient knowledge of the theory of the Five Case Model required to produce a strong and successful business case.
Better Business Cases™ Practitioner Examination
Details of the exam as follows:
Overview of Five case model
The module provides delegates with the knowledge of projects and capital expenditure. The individual five cases will be discussed in detail and explain how these five cases interact to form a cohesive whole.
Developing the Strategic Case
Developing the Economic Case
Developing the Commercial Case
Developing the Financial Case
Developing the Management Case
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What are prerequisites for attending this course?
The delegates must have passed Better Business Cases™ Foundation exam before taking the Practitioner exam. However, some experience of producing business cases for large capital expenditure projects would be beneficial.
Who should attend this course?
What will you learn during the course?
What time shall I arrive at the venue?
Please arrive the venue at 8:45 am as our training sessions are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
How can I find more information about the course?
Please send us an e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on 0800 781 0626 for more information.