“If you use agile practices in your projects, or your organization is adopting agile approaches to project management, the PMI-ACP® certification may be right for you. The PMI-ACP recognizes knowledge of agile principles, practices and tools and techniques across agile methodologies.
If you are working in organizations using agile, the PMI-ACP can pro-vide an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of agile practices. The PMI-ACP is not limited to project managers as individuals with experience working on agile project teams can apply and experience requirements to obtain the PMI-ACP do not reflect the need to manage projects.” – PMI.org
Why this training course?
- Demonstrate to employers the level of professionalism in agile practices, tools and techniques
- Increase professional versatility in agile techniques
- Hold a certification that is more credible than existing entry-level, training or exam-only based offerings
Why picking us?
- Learn from a trainer who is a real practitioner
- Benefit from a consistent experience (4 years and 200+ people)
- Impecable track record of exam success rate
- Not just a course but also 30 days of self-study coaching
- You don’t just study for the exam, you also learn something new
What do you get?
- 3-day classroom training
- Full exam simulation
- Practice questions during the course
- Application support and exam logistics
- Post course coaching for 30 days
We strongly encourage you to constantly review the official webpage of the certification:
3 days / 21 contact hours
- Introduction: How to pass the exam, Build your study plan, Becoming Agile, The agile value proposition, Agile myths and reality, Agile vs Waterfall
- Agile methodologies: Becoming value-driven, Values and principles, The Agile mindset, Agile methodologies, What makes it a methodology, How to use methodologies, Deep dive into Scrum, Lean, Kanban, XP, FDD, DSDM, CrystalThe framework, Pillars and artefacts
- Incremental and iterative
- Agile delivery teams: How to add value, The Development Team, The Product Owner/Customer, The Scrum Master/Coach, The sponsor, Managing the stakeholders, Servant leadership, Active listening, Emotional Intelligence, High performance teams, Conflict management
- Project initiation: Project charter and the vision, Project metrics: ROI, NPV , IRR, etc., The vision statement, „Design the box“, Using Personas
- Product backlog: Value stream mapping, Requirements decomposition, Progressive elaboration, User stories, Agile Estimations, Understanding velocity, Building a product roadmap
- Release planning: Mapping and decomposing stories, Story mapping, Breaking down large stories, Prioritization techniques, Risk management, Using spikesSprint Zero, Setting up the project, High level designs, Process diagrams, user flows, UI prototypes, wireframes
- Sprint Planning: The planning meeting, Task management, Storyboards and task boards
- Inside the iteration: Face-to-face communications, Daily Stand-Ups, Information radiators, Project reporting: burn ups/downs, tracking deliveries and velocity, defects
- Sprint Review: Preparing for the review, Running the review, How to run a good review
- Sprint Retrospective: Continuous improvement, Retrospective techniques, Self-assessments, Best practices
- Test strategy & Exam simulation