APMG AgilePM® Achieving Foundation & Practitioner Certification (AFPC)
Prepare to achieve your AgilePM® Foundation and Practitioner certifications with this training course. As a certified AgilePM Practitioner, you will possess a deep knowledge of the Agile project management methodology, and demonstrate skills for developing solutions incrementally, enabling teams to handle changing requirements effectively, improving team collaboration, and empowering individuals.
This course is accredited by APMG.
There are a few hours of pre-course reading required. On evenings 1, 3 and 4 there will be some sample exam questions set as homework. It is important to set aside some time to complete this extra work - candidates who are able to complete both the pre-reading and the homework achieve significantly better exam results.
The Foundation and Practitioner exams will be administered during class. Foundation exam: 40 minutes, 50 multiple-choice questions, passing score is 50%, closed book Practitioner exam: 2.5 hours, 4 objective questions (20 possible points per question), passing score is 50%, open book (AgilePM® Handbook)
Attendees who have successfully completed the exam are gifted 1 year membership with Agile Business Consortium. Individual Consortium membership offers the following benefits:
- Online webinars
- Member training days
- 20% discount on items in the Consortium's web-shop, including general events such as the Agile Business Conference
- Latest templates
Eligible candidates will automatically receive an email invitation from The Consortium to activate their membership.
Familiarity with project work, either as a project manager or role closely involved in the execution of a project. This course is not designed to teach people how to be a project manager, it is intended to give structure to those who are already knowledgeable about project work.
- Prepare for the AgilePM Foundation and Practitioner certification exams
- Establish and lead a successful Agile project with the methodology developed by the DSDM Consortium
- Review practical and repeatable practices for project managers in an Agile environment
- Apply Agile techniques, such as modelling, prioritising, timeboxing, user stories, and estimating
- Manage, define, and deliver a solution acceptable to the business