Many Change Management initiatives fail because people do not know where to start or how to sustain change.
In this program, students learn the foundations of Change Management and are introduced to Acuity Institute’s Change Management roadmap. While there are numerous approaches to Change Management, Acuity’s Change Management approach encompasses the general industry standard of evaluating the organization issue/problem, initiating action to make change, planning the change while encouraging stakeholder buy-in, executing the plans while being flexible to the changing landscape, and how to sustain the change and make it “stick” so that the organization truly gains benefits of the change.
We recommend this course to Project Leaders, Department Leaders, Business Leaders, Business Improvement Team Leaders, Emerging Leaders, Business Improvement Teams, and other team members that are looking to understand the fundamentals of Change Management.
Training is conducted online and uses a multi-media format that includes audio by Change experts. The course is “self-paced” and can be accessed at any time – anywhere, which provides the most flexibility in completing the course. On average students complete the Change Management Program in 3 hours (average completion time, actual time may vary).
This course package includes:
- Online Course Lessons and Quizzes (1 month access)
- Instructor Support (1 month access)
- Change Management Toolkit
- Course eBook
- IACET Continuing Education Units: .3 CEU’s
- PMI® Professional Development Units: 3 PDU’s
There are no prerequisites for this course.
If you are interested in applying for the ACMP CCMP credential, you will want to take Acuity Institute’s Change Management Professional course which satisfies the 21-hour training requirement. Please note that you must further apply with the ACMP and fulfill all requirements to earn the CCMP credential from the ACMP. Acuity Institute is a Qualified Education Provider for the Association for Change Management Professionals (ACMP). This course, on its own, does not meet the training requirement for CCMP certification from the ACMP.