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AgilePM has fast established itself as the world's leading framework and certification for Agile project management. Bundle with another ELCAS funded course to maximise your opportunities.
*see additional costs for materials below that are not included with your ELCAS funding
ELCAS provider number: 4030
Since its introduction in 2010, AgilePM has fast established itself as the world’s leading framework and certification for Agile project management, with over 130,000 exams sat worldwide.
The world of project management has changed significantly over recent years. Until recently, much of the corporate world predominantly used traditional, sequential, “waterfall” approaches for projects. Far too many projects were failing, for a variety of reasons, but mainly because projects were just too big and too long, communication and business engagement were poor and progress was measured in percentage complete, rather than business value delivered. AgilePM TM guidance offers a practical and repeatable methodology that achieves an ideal balance between the standards, rigour and visibility required for good project management, and the fast pace, change and empowerment provided by agile. The focus is on developing solutions incrementally enabling project teams to react effectively to changing requirements, whilst empowering project personnel and encouraging increased collaboration and ownership.
AgilePM certification is aimed at aspiring and practising project managers, and at team members wishing to adopt a flexible, collaborative approach to project management whilst maintaining or improving standards, quality and pace of delivery.
It’s a very useful qualification for those still serving or going through resettlement wanting a valuable project management method for their new career as a project manager.
The guidance is based on Agile Business Consortium’s Agile Project Framework and is underpinned by the framework’s eight principles for effective agile project delivery:
1. Focus on the business need
2. Deliver on time
4. Never compromise quality
5. Build incrementally from firm foundations
6. Develop iteratively
7. Communicate continuously and clearly
8. Demonstrate control
The AgilePM guidance and supporting training courses explain how to lay the foundations for successful agile projects and manage an agile project from start to finish.
AgilePM Foundation: Multiple choice – 50 questions – 25 marks required to pass – 40 minutes duration – closed book
AgilePM Practitioner: Objective testing – 4 questions – 20 points per question – 40 points required to pass – 2.5 hours – open book
AgilePM Re-registration: 2 days. It follows the identical format and cost of the Agile Practitioner.
Find our more on the APMG website.
Pre-course materials, course manuals and lunch with refreshments are not part of your ELCAS funding.
This 4-day course has been structured to suit the v2 handbook and covers the Agile Foundation & Practitioner syllabus, including the following topics:
AgilePM is suitable for any size of project in any industry.