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AgilePM® 
(Agile PROJECT Management)

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 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 and Business Analysts.

AgilePM Foundation eLearning

Price: £450 + VAT
Duration: Approx. 22 hours self-study
Access: 12 months 
Included: 
interactive eLearning with embedded videos, questions with model answers, practical examples of good practice and worked exercises using a scenario/case study to improve your understanding and ability to apply the material.
Online exams, accredited trainer support and sample papers with answers.

Pre-Requisites: previous experience of a Project Management environment

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AgilePM Foundation exam:

  • Online proctored exam
  • 50 multiple choice questions
  • 40 minutes duration
  • 25/50 required to pass = 50% pass mark
  • Closed book 

AgilePM Foundation & Practitioner eLearning

Price: £850 + VAT
Duration: Approx. 22 hours self-study
Access: 12 months 
Included: 
interactive eLearning with embedded videos, questions with model answers, practical examples of good practice and worked exercises using a scenario/case study to improve your understanding and ability to apply the material.
Online exams, accredited trainer support and sample papers with answers.

Pre-Requisites: previous experience of a Project Management environment

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AgilePM Practitioner exam:

  • Objective examination
  • 4 questions (20 marks per questions)
  • 40/80 marks required to pass = 50% pass mark
  • 150 minutes
  • Open book (only official Agile APM manual allowed )

AgilePM In-House


Our in-house option offers the course content to be delivered by one of our accredited trainers, either as virtual event, face to face or via blended learning.  

This option also includes the interactive eLearning resources such as the modules and sample papers.

Contact us via the 'Enquire Now' button below and include the course title within your enquiry. For any further information, click the 'More Information' button below.


Pre-Requisites: previous experience of a Programme Management environment

In-House:
Enquire Now More InformationIn-house, workplace, virtual and eLearning options all use online exams. Online exams are arranged through Aspire Europe; you can sit your exam at home or in the office. You will be monitored by the online invigilator (ProctorU) via a webcam.
P3M Examination options (aspireeurope.com)

Module 1 - Agile Foundation

This section covers:

  • What is Agile?
  • Benefits of using Agile
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Agile Environment
  • Which Approach?

Module 2 - Philosophy, Principles & Project Variables

This section covers:

  • Philosophy of Agile
  • Project Variables
  • Principles - Top Tips
  • The Eight Principles 

Module 3 - Preparing for Success

This section covers:

  • Factors Instrumental to Success - ISFs
  • Project Approach Questionnaires (PAQ)

Module 4 - The DSDM Process

This section covers:

  • The DSDM Process
  • Evolutionary Development
  • The Process Components

Module 5 - Role and Responsibilities

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:

  • DSDM Products
  • Ownership of the Products
  • Key terms

Module 7 - Key Practices: Prioritization & Timeboxing

This section covers:

  • MoSCoW Prioritisation 
  • Timeboxing
  • Timeboxing - The Wider Context

Module 8 - Planning and Control through the lifecycle

This section covers:

  • Planning Concepts
  • Tracking and Control Concepts
  • Testing Concepts
  • Planning throughout the Lifecycle
  • Planning and Quality
  • Timeboxing- The Wider Context

Module 9 - Other DSDM Practices

This section covers:

  • Facilitated Workshops
  • Modelling
  • Iterative Development

Module 1 - Introduction to Agile (Practitioner)

This section covers:

  • What is Agile?
  • The Agile Environment
  • The Agile Manifesto
  • Which Agile Approach for Project Management?

Module 2 - Structures, Roles and Teams (Practitioner)

This section covers:

  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Categories Information
  • Project Level Roles Information
  • Project Manager and SDT Relationship
  • People, Teams and Interactions
  • Planning Effective Communication
  • Distributed Team Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Team Collaboration

Module 3 - Requirements, Risk and Estimation (Practitioner)

This section covers:

  • Requirements 
  • User Stories
  • User Story Card
  • Well Constructed User Stories
  • Requirements through the DSDM Lifecycle
  • Requirements - Top Tips
  • Managing Risk
  • Risk - Top Tips
  • Estimating
  • Estimating through the Lifecycle
  • Styles of Estimating - Top Down & Bottom Up
  • Estimating - Top Tips

Module 4 - Products and Prioritisation (Practitioner)

This section covers:

  • The DSDM Process
  • Configuring the Process
  • Products Overview
  • MoSCoW Prioritisation
  • MoSCoW relating to a Specific Timeframe
  • Making MoSCoW work
  • MoSCoW - Integral Part of Planning Process
  • Prioritisation - Who Decides?
  • Timeboxes - How Long?
  • Timeboxing
  • Timeboxing - AgilePM Top Tips
  • Timeboxing - The Wider Context
  • Timeboxing - Which Style?

Module 5 - Planning, Quality and Tailoring (Practitioner)

This section covers:

  • Planning and Control: Planning Concepts
  • Planning and Control: Testing Concepts
  • Tracking and Control Concepts
  • Planning Throughout the Lifecycle
  • Planning Activity Phase by Phase
  • Timeboxing - The Wider Context
  • Never Compromise Quality
  • Process Quality to Provide Predictability
  • Quality Across the Lifecycle
  • Quality - Top Tips
  • DSDM as a Quality Process
  • Project Approach Questionnaire (PAQ)
  • Tailoring DSDM Using PAQ
  • Tailoring - Top Tips

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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