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    Better Business Cases Foundation | English

    Understanding the model's structure and terminology, and convincing your stakeholders with successful business decisions!

    Your advantages - what sets us apart:
    • An exam simulator which results in exceptional pass rates
    • 3 months access to the MaxLearning Academy (Term begins with mail receipt.)
    • Duration: 10-12 hours
    • Increased retention of learning
    • Less time taken to learn
    • Increased control and visibility of progress and achievement
    • Reduced travel costs
    • Accessible from any location
    Training Price
    390,- excl. VAT
    Exam Pack
    250,- excl. VAT

    Content – What do you learn in the training?

    • Introduction and overview
    • Strategic outline case
    • Outline business case – part 1 (step 4)
    • Outline business case – part 2 (steps 5-7)
    • Full business case
    • Exam simulator

    Aim of the training – What benefit do I get from the training?

    According to recent research, many projects commence with an optimistic business case which is often poorly written. This results in organisations spending money that may well not give them the return they expect or want. In our post-recession world, the focus is increasingly on showing value for money.The purpose of the Foundation qualification is to confirm that you have sufficient knowledge and understanding of the guidance to be able to work effectively with, or as a member of, a team to develop a business case using the Five Case Model. The Foundation qualification is also a pre-requisite for the Practitioner qualification.

    By the end of this learning you should understand the structure and key terminology of the model. Specifically:

    • The philosophy and underlying rationale of the Five Case Model
    • The different types of business case, their purpose, who is responsible for them and when they are     required in the development of a spending proposal
    • The development of the business case in relation to other recognized and recommended best practice for programme and project management

    Target group – Who should attend the training?

    The course is relevant to those responsible for developing and producing spending proposals or their assessment and approval; in particular:

    • Senior Responsible Owners (SROs),
    • Programme Directors,
    • EPMO/PMO leaders and Project Managers, responsible for successful business case development and programme and project delivery;
    • Directors of Finance, procurement and planning, responsible for the forward planning and prioritisation of spending proposals and delivering public value;aMembers of approvals and management boards with responsibility for scrutinising or approving spending proposals


    • Multiple Choice
    • 50 questions
    • 25 marks required to pass (out of 50     available) – 50%
    • 40 minutes durationaClosed book"

    Exam language

    • English

    Examination institute

    • APMG
    Training Price/€ Offer / Booking
    Better Business Cases - Englisch (3 Monate Zugang zur Maxpert Akademie) 390,00