This Practitioner course usually runs consecutively with AgilePM Foundation as a five-day Combined course at a reduced price.
Our Agile Project Management Practitioner course is uniquely designed to provide the in-depth knowledge and understanding necessary to practice and apply the Agile Project Management methodology. Participants are required to exhibit competency acquired from the Agile Project Management Foundation qualification and show how they can apply Agile Project Management to address the needs of a project, the sponsoring organisation and needs of the various stakeholders, to a set of specific project scenarios.
This course, accredited by APMG, provides the world’s first independent certification in Agile Project Management. It provides participants with an understanding of how the Agile Project Management process can guide the planning, management and control of successful and well-organised Agile projects. This Practitioner course follows on from the Foundation course and provides an opportunity to gain certification as an Agile Project Manager at Practitioner level.
Introducing Agile Project Management (AgilePM®) Foundation and Practitioner
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This course pricing includes a voucher for the Agile Project Management Practitioner Exam which can be taken via remote proctor. A practice exam paper is provided in the course, and reviewed to assist in preparation. The exam is:
Objective testing complex multiple-choice questions
Open book (Agile Project Management official handbook v2 only)
80 marks, comprising 4 questions worth 20 marks each
Requires 50% (40 marks) pass to attain certification
It is highly recommended that you spend some time each evening of this course reviewing and consolidating what you’ve learned, to be well prepared for the exam.
Important note: AgilePM courses are structured differently between Australia and New Zealand. In Australia, AgilePM follows a similar pattern to other Foundation and Practitioner courses, as 3+2 days. In New Zealand, this is reversed as a 2+3 pattern, giving more focus to the Practitioner component.