We know that in this world of constant disruption, those with proven change management capabilities are in demand right now in the marketplace.
We recognise that need and are therefore committed to the creation, evolution and promotion of professional standards for change management.
Our Accredited Change Managers are in demand around the world. Employers and recruiters know that a Change Management Institute Accredited Change Manager has undertaken one of the most rigorous, respected independent accreditation processes internationally.
Whether you have just a few years change experience or are a highly skilled change leader, we offer three different levels of accreditation ensure your capabilities are assessed at the right level. Learn more about the three accreditation Levels and find out which level is right for you.
Change Management Institute Accreditation is only available to Change Management Institute Members.
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Wherever you are in your change career path, the three different levels of Accreditation will ensure a relevant assessment of your capabilities. You decide which level, you don’t have to do them in order.
Assessment is rigorous and thorough. The Change Management Institute Accreditation is not a test, rather a real world assessment of your proven skills and experience as a Change Manager. The assessment standard is the Change Manager Competency Models. The Change Management Body of Knowledge (CMBoK) describes the knowledge underpinning the competency models.
To gain Foundation Level Accreditation your capabilities will be assessed against the behaviours outlined in the Change Manager Competency Model – Foundation level. The assessment comprises a written application providing evidence of your practical capabilities in a number of the competency areas, supported by a reference from a manager who has directly observed your behaviour in a change management role.
The Specialist level assessment comprises a written application providing evidence of your practical capabilities in the competency areas, supported by evidence from referees who have directly observed your behaviour in change management roles. You will also participate in a virtual interview with your independent assessor.
The Master level assessment comprises a written application providing evidence of your practical capabilities in the competency areas, supported by evidence from referees who have directly observed your behaviour in change roles. You will also participate in a virtual interview with your independent assessor, and if successful in part 1 and 2 of your application you will be invited to participate in a virtual assessment centre.
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