What is covered on this PMI-ACP® Exam Prep Course?
Agile Principles and Mindset
Origin and context
Forms of Agile: Scrum, XP, FDD, DSDM, Crystal
Value Stream Mapping
Prioritisation Schemes: Simple Prioritisation, MoSCoW, Kano Analysis, Monopoly Money
The Gulf of Evaluation
Personal and Team Motivation
Personal and team motivation
Minimally Marketable Feature
Agile Collaborative and Innovative Games
Problem Detection and Resolution
Team Problem Solving
Continuous Improvement (Product, Process, People)
PMI-ACP® Exam Preparation
PMI-ACP® Application Process
Agile Tools and Techniques
Agile Knowledge and Skills
PMI-ACP® Certification and Eligibility Requirements
PMI-ACP® is suited to project managers with experience with agile methodologies, or who have used a progressive elaboration, phased, or iterative approach to project management in the past.
This course is designed for those who have some exposure to agile methodologies, and who meet the PMI-ACP® eligibility criteria.
The eligibility requirements include general project experience, agile project experience, and agile project training. You can read about the full PMI-ACP® eligibility requirements by downloading our course brochure.
New to Agile Project Management?
If agile is a new concept to you, or you're just beginning to incorporate agile or iterative project management thinking to your work, our Agile Master Certified (SAMCTM) course may be the right fit for your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Does Agile only apply to IT and software development?
No, although originating in IT, agile's flexible and profitable results caused its popularity to spread across all sectors.
- What is the difference between Agile and Scrum?
Agile is the overall approach to project management and Scrum is a form of agile. Other forms of agile include Crystal and Extreme Programming. We cover many of these forms of agile during this course.
- Do I complete my PMI-ACP® exam during the course?
No, you must apply for the PMI-ACP® exam directly with the Project Management Institute (PMI) after you have completed training. We also recommend that you allow time after your training for study and further exam preparation.
- Why is certification important?
Accreditation confirms your competence and commitment to excellence. Potential employers seek recognised and respected credentials, such as those awarded by the PMI.
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