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eLearning package: £1,020.00 inc. VAT

Level: Foundation & Practitioner

Includes: eLearning and online exams

Access: 12 months

Duration of course: Approx. 22 hours

Not Included:  official Agile PROJECT Management manual

Pre-Requisites: Previous experience of a Project Management environment 

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Our In-House service offers the chance to have our course content delivered to you by one of our accredited and certified  trainers either in your workplace or via a virtual event, over the duration of five days.

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Course Description:

Delivering projects using an Agile approach requires different ways of thinking and different ways of working for the Project Manager and all those involved. This course covers the AgilePM handbook version 2.

This is the five-day approach to gaining the Foundation & Practitioner qualification (four days training and one day for the Practitioner exam). It is an intense course that will require delegates to prepare thoroughly and be prepared for evening work throughout the course. The course includes the Foundation & Practitioner examinations.

Exam Information:

AgilePM Foundation exam:

  • Multiple choice
  • Closed book 
  • Online proctored exam
  • 50 questions with 50% pass mark (25/50) - 50%
  • 40 minutes duration

AgilePM Practitioner exam:

  • Multiple choice
  • Objective examination
  • 4 questions (20 marks per questions)
  • Open book (only official Agile APM manual allowed )
  • Online proctored exam
  • 80 questions with 50% pass mark (40/80)
  • 2 hours 30 minutes

Throughout the course, interwoven within the delivery of the theory and the practical examples of good practice, there is ongoing support and preparation for both the Foundation and Practitioner examinations. We provide sample papers and worked exercises using a scenario/case study to help create situations which develop a delegate's understanding and recall of the material.  

Who is this course for?

This course is ideal for any staff managing or involved in the delivery of a project that is to be delivered using an Agile approach, for example:

  • Project or Business Sponsors
  • Project Managers and their teams
  • Business Change Managers
  • Technical team members involved in solution design, development and testing
  • Programme and Project office staff
  • Business Analysts


Module 1 - Agile Overview

This section covers:

  • What is Agile?
  • Benefits of using Agile
  • Which approach?

Module 2 - Philosophy, Principles and Project Variables

This section covers:

  • Philosophy of Agile
  • Project variables
  • The Eight Principles
  • Factors instrumental to success

Module 3 - Preparing for Success

This section covers:

  • Factors instrumental to success

Module 4 - The DSDM Process

This section covers:

  • Lifecycle components

Module 5 - Role and Responsbilities

This section covers:

  • Business Sponsor 
  • Business Visionary
  • Project Manager
  • Technical Co-ordinator
  • Solutions Development Team
  • Other roles

Module 6 - The DSDM Products

This section covers:

  • Key products

Module 7 - Key Practices

This section covers:

  • MoSCoW Prioritisation 
  • Time-boxing
  • Estimating

Module 8 - Planning and Control

This section covers:

  • Planning Concepts
  • Tracking and Control Concepts
  • Planning throughout the lifecycle

Module 9 - Other Practices

This section covers:

  • Facilitated Workshops
  • Modelling
  • Iterative Development

Module 10 - Roles and Responsibilites - The PM View

This section covers:

  • DSDM Team Model
  • Project Manager role
  • Projecft Manager relationships

Module 11 - Agile Project Management through the Lifecycle

This section covers:

  • DSDM Team Process
  • Process phases

Module 12 - The Effective Use of the Products

This section covers:

  • Products guidance

Module 13 - Deliver on time - Combining MoSCoW & Timeboxing

This section covers:

  • MoSCoW Prioritisation
  • Time-boxing 
  • The Daily Stand-Up

Module 14 - People, Teams and Interactions

This section covers:

  • Communcation
  • Collaboration

Module 15 - Requirements and use Stories

This section covers:

  • Requirements
  • User stories (examples)

Module 16 - Estimating - How and When 

This section covers:

  • Styles of Estimating 
  • Estimating throughout the lifecycle

Module 17 - Project Planning throughout the Lifecycle

This section covers:

  • Planning in a DSDM Project
  • Planning activity phase by phase

Module 18 - Quality

This section covers:

  • Never compromise Quality
  • Quality across the lifecycle 

Module 19 - Risk Management

This section covers:

  • Managing Risk

Module 20 - Tailoring the Approach

This section covers:

  • Project Appraoch Questionnaire (PAQ)
  • Tailoring DSDM using PAQ

For any further enquires for this course, fill in contact form below and we will get back to  you as soon as possible!

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