This Foundation training course would suit a wide range of individuals, including:
There are no prerequisites to enrol onto the Foundation course, but you will need to pass your Foundation exam to be able to enrol onto the Practitioner training course.
This training course will help you work towards becoming a Managing Benefits Practitioner and is the first step to get started.
You will benefit from:
Our Virtual Classroom sessions often receive higher pass rates, mainly because of the additional support you can receive from our trainer during your class. This has given us the confidence to offer an Exam Pass Guarantee, where we will support you with your training needs until you pass your exams.
With our Exam Pass Guarantee, if you fail your exams for any reason, you can come back and attend another training session with us again for free.
All we ask is that you:
Attend all class days and complete all assignments.
Take the exam within 30 days of your Virtual Classroom training.
Request your course re-enrolment within 30 days of the failed exam attempt.
All students who retake this course need to use any materials and books given to them in their original course session. Failure to do so will result in the student being charged for replacement materials.
*Exam Pass Guarantee does not include the resit exam; this would need to be purchased at an additional cost.
Once you have completed your APMG Managing Benefits Foundation & Practitioner training, you can start applying for the following job roles:
We have trained over 600,000 delegates globally, since our inception, and many have started careers with large corporations.
Includes Official APMG Digital Manual.
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Exam Format - Multiple-choice.
Duration – 40-mins.
Open book – No.
Pass mark – 25/50 (50%).
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