This agile project management training course will help you gain the fundamental skills needed to be a successful agile project manager.
Become a certified AgilePM® project manager
The Agile Project Management (AgilePM) certification aims to address the professional development needs of those working in a project-focused environment who want to be agile.
Employees who can improve their work processes by applying agile practices are more valuable to employers. So if you’re a scrum master, project manager, or team member who wants to stand out in a team environment, this training course is for you.
Aside from becoming a certified project management professional, this training course will teach you to:
Agile projects are characterised by highly self-empowered teams delivering products incrementally, focusing on the early delivery of tangible benefits to the business. Unlike more traditional approaches, agile projects fix time, cost and quality at the early phases of the project and manage contingency by developing a clear view of priorities in collaboration with the business.
Based on the proven fundamentals within DSDM, the AgilePM certification lives up to its name by providing users of the method with the core agile principles needed to facilitate a successful project whilst allowing a degree of scope and agility that not many other methodologies provide.
ILX Group’s Agile Project Management (AgilePM) Foundation e-learning has been fully accredited and will prepare you for the formal examination.
What is agile project management about?
The e-learning for the Foundation training will take around 8 - 10 hours to complete.
There are no mandatory prerequisites to do this course, but you must have completed the training to take the certification exam.
By the end of this course, you should understand the key principles and terminology within the Agile Project Management Foundation guidance, specifically:
12 months online access to accredited AgilePM Foundation e-learning
Session 1 – Course introduction - what is agile?
Introduction to the basic concepts of AgilePM and its history, along with its eight underlying principles.
Session 2– Roles and responsibilities
Introduces the recommended roles and responsibilities.
Session 3 – Instrumental success factors, DSDM process and products
This session examines three key aspects of DSDM, beginning with how ISFs help bring about a successful outcome. It looks at the process model, which supports the method and the products produced throughout the project.
Session 4 – Planning and control
This session examines how agile responds to change rather than following a plan and explores the planning, testing, tracking and control concepts. The session goes on to outline the DSDM approach to planning and quality throughout the lifecycle.
Session 5 – Daily stand-ups and other DSDM practices
A detailed look at the concept of daily stand-ups and how AgilePM uses different techniques to improve project communications.
Session 6 – MoSCoW prioritisation and timeboxes
This session looks at techniques such as the MoSCoW principle and the concept of timeboxing in an agile project.
Session 7 – Exam technique
This session introduces users to the format of the AgilePM Foundation exam and provides some valuable tips when taking the examination.
Session 8 – Exam simulator
A timed exam simulator, which provides access to a comprehensive database of practice questions.
With a clear, concise and detailed perspective on project productivity, the AgilePM certification is helpful to all candidates and competency levels ranging from highly experienced project managers to those new to the industry.
The exam is not included with this course.
What is the required pass mark to be eligible to earn an AgilePM Foundation certificate?
For the Foundation 2014 exam aligned to Handbook v2.0:
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