Agile Project Management Foundation — A 3 day course
This course covers the newly launched certification by APMG and the DSDM Consortium that has been created to sit alongside PRINCE2 as an approach to project management.
The course is equally divided between the theory of the new wave of agile project management and the practical experience of the techniques and disciplines involved.
Delegates will receive a copy of the Agile Project Management handbook and will sit the Agile Project Management Foundation exam at the end of the course.
To give delegates a practical understanding of Agile Project Management which is based on the internationally recognised framework of DSDM Atern. This will enable delegates to become immediately productive as a project manager in an agile project environment.
To highlight the difference between simple lightweight agile approaches which typically operate at the solution delivery (or 'work package') level and the greater holistic view of how multiple work streams are co-ordinated with the appropriate level of governance and control.
The course will also prepare delegates for the Foundation exam.
The Fundamentals and the Philosophy
The Lifecycle and Products
Roles and Responsibilities
MoSCoW and Timeboxing
Estimation and Measurement
Quality and Maintainability
Planning, Control and Risk
Implementing Agile Project Management
Agile PM Foundation Exam
Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices
A schedule of dates for this subject is not currently available. Please call 0333 210 0140 or use our contact form to enquire about places and availability.
The course is aimed at Project Managers who are either adding to their knowledge of traditional approaches such as PRINCE2 or who are operating in an agile environment and need to be able to run projects in more complex and scalable situations.
The exam is taken at the end of day three, and the exam fee is included in the course price.
The exam format is as follows:
- 40 minute duration
- 50 multiple choice questions
- 25 correct answers (50%) or more are required to pass