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Introducing our new Agile learning path

Projects that are run using an agile approach have been found to be 1.5x more successful than those using a waterfall methodology[1]. Which is why it’s no surprise that in today’s fast-paced world, Agile project management is increasingly becoming an indispensable tool for many organisations.

Agile is an iterative way to manage projects that helps teams to adapt to change and deliver value to customers quickly. It involves breaking a project into smaller phases and continuously evaluating the performance of the project and its outputs at throughout these phases.

What will you learn on our Agile learning path?

The learning path will provide a holistic approach to Agile project management, with training in four different Agile focused courses.

Step 1 – AgilePM® Foundation & Practitioner

The world’s leading framework for Agile project management, the AgilePM® course will teach learners the core principles needed to manage a successful project, including modelling, prioritising, timeboxing, user stories and estimating.

By the end of this step, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand the key principles and terminology of Agile project management
  • Appropriately configure the lifecycle of an Agile project
  • Identify the agile techniques needed to tackle any given scenario
  • And more…

Step 2 – Scrum Master

No matter what industry you work in, the Scrum Master course will help you deliver valuable products in short timescales. This course will give learners a deeper understanding of the Scrum framework, how it is applied and its core principles.

By the end of this step, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand Scrum, where it should be used, how it works and why it works
  • Learn how to manage a Scrum Team and stakeholders
  • Facilitate various Scrum events
  • And more…

Step 3 – Scrum Product Owner

This course is designed to provide learners with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to excel as a Product Owner in the Scrum framework, ensuring they understand agile principles and the Scrum guide.

By the end of this step, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand the role, responsibilities, and characteristics of a Scrum Product Owner
  • Develop techniques for maximising the value delivered by the project team
  • Maintain a clear product vision that aligns with business objectives, and effectively define and communicate these to the project team and stakeholders
  • And more…

Step 4 - AgileBA® Foundation

The AgileBA course has been designed to detail the role business analysts can have in Agile project teams teaching skills such as, how to gather, analyse and validate the requirements throughout an agile project.

By the end of this step, you’ll be able to:

  • Deliver valuable solutions when working with stakeholders
  • Understand the philosophy, principles and process of agile business analysis
  • Create and evaluate the content of business analyst-produced products in an Agile environment
  • And more...

How is the learning path delivered?

The Agile learning path is delivered using our interactive e-learning. The benefit of self-paced online training means you can do at a time that suits you, complete with resources including an exam simulator, revision pad and access to trainer support.

Why should individual employees and/or teams book this learning path?

Training in this path will enable learners to:

  • Gain a broad skillset and deep understanding of Agile methodology
  • Learn how to lead teams and foster a collaborative work environment
  • Predict and prevent project failures
  • Increase employability and improve earning potential
  • And more…

Book your training today at ILXgroup.com!

[1] 16 AMAZING AGILE STATISTICS [2023]: WHAT COMPANIES USE AGILE METHODOLOGY.