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PMI® - ACP Certification Exam Training

The Project Management Institute-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®is a widely accepted credential in the Agile community, and is a reflection of the holder’s competence in carrying out project management using Agile practices. The certification mandatorily requires a combination of agile training, experience working on agile projects and a thorough comprehension of agile principles, practices, tools and techniques.

Why Should You Choose PMI® - ACP Certification?

  • Help participants clear the PMI-ACP® exam in the first attempt while completing the required 21 contact hour's training.
  • Understand Agile principles and practices that will enhance team productivity and improve customer satisfaction.
  • Gain insights on how to establish transparency in communication within the team and with customers.
  • Acquire valuable insights on how the teams can "empower and inspire".

PMI® - ACP Certification - Online Self Paced Learning

Online Self Paced Learning

  • High quality videos.
  • Mobile apps.
  • Engaging case studies.
  • Full length simulated exam.
  • Estimation Cards.
  • Study guides & Podcasts.
  • 24*7 Learners Support.
  • Chapter tests.
  • Access To Body Of Knowledge.

PMI® - ACP Certification - Instructor Led Training

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PMI® - ACP Curriculum

Learning Objectives :
At the end of this module you will learn all about PMI-ACP exam which includes; latest exam content, Eligibility criteria, Application process and fees structure and other relevant knowledge required to appear and pass the exam.

Topics :
  • About PMI & ACP.
  • ACP Exam & Eligibility
  • PMI-ACP Application Process Overview
  • The Seven Domains and their overview
  • The weightage of questions in the seven domains
  • Tools & Techniques
  • Knowledge & Skills

Learning Objectives :
At the end of this module you will learn the required knowledge of Agile Principles, Manifesto, its fundamental values and different methodologies to practice agile thinking.

Topics :
  • 9 Tasks
  • Why Agile
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Agile Principles
  • Agile Methodologies, Frameworks and processes
  • Agile Leadership

Learning Objectives :
At the end of this module you will learn the tools and techniques of maximizing business value through prioritization, incremental delivery, adjusting risks and frequent testing and feedback. You will also learn the various low-tech high touch tools used in an agile project. You will also learn the concept of Agile contracting and the various types of contracts prevalent for agile projects.

Topics :
  • 14 Tasks
  • Agile Value Proposition
  • Frequent and Incremental Delivery
  • Value Assessment & Economic models
  • EVM for Agile Projects
  • Little’s law
  • Prioritization
  • Minimal Marketable Product
  • Factor Risk Reduction efforts into Product Backlog
  • Frequent Verification and Validation
  • Agile Contracting
  • Agile Tools

Learning Objectives :
At the end of this module you will learn the benefits of engaging stakeholders in the project. You will also learn how to establish a shared vision, various collaboration techniques, effective communication and interpersonal skills.

Topics :
  • 9 Tasks
  • Identify and engage empowered business stakeholders
  • Share project information frequently and throughout the project with stakeholders
  • Ensure stakeholder’s involvement through working agreements
  • Agile Chartering
  • Agile Modelling
  • Manage Stakeholder’s Expectation through shared vision, shared understanding of success criteria, transparency on project status and forecasting.
  • Communication & Knowledge Sharing
  • Collaboration

Learning Objectives :
At the end of this module you will learn all about a high performing agile team. This includes Agile Roles, Team Rules, Generalized Specialists, Team space, Technical and interpersonal skills, Team development, mentoring and coaching, Team Performance measurement, Team empowerment and emerging leadership.

Topics :
  • Agile Team Roles
  • Building an Agile Team
  • Characteristics of High-Performing Team
  • Cockburn’s Skill Mastery Model (Shu-Ha-Ri)
  • Dreyfus Skill Acquisition Model
  • Tuckman’s Team Formation Model
  • Team Motivation
  • Empowerment and Emerging Leadership
  • Training, Coaching & Mentoring
  • Collaborative Team Space
  • Communication and Knowledge Sharing
  • Team Performance Metrics

Learning Objectives :
At the end of this module you will learn the Agile multi-level planning process, Sizing and Estimation, Tools & Techniques, Progressive Elaboration, Rolling Wave Planning, User Stories, Time Boxing and other agile concepts related to adaptive planning.

Topics :
  • Agile vs Predictive planning
  • Principles of Agile planning process
  • Progressive Elaboration & Rolling Wave Planning
  • Value based analysis and decomposition
  • User Stories
  • Product Backlog
  • Timeboxing
  • Agile Sizing & Estimation
  • Tools & Techniques
  • Multi-Level Planning (High Level, Release, Iteration)

Learning Objectives :
At the end of this module you will learn the agile practice to identify, resolve and prevent issues and threats early in the project and throughout the project. You will also learn the concepts of cost of change, escaped defects, Technical Debt, Cycle Time & Lead time, Risk-adjusted backlog and Risk burndown graph.

Topics :
  • Problems and their impact on Project
  • Create Open & Safe Environment
  • Agile Metrics
  • Problem Detection
  • Problem Solving
  • Risk Management Life Cycle
  • Tools & Techniques

Learning Objectives :
At the end of this module you will learn how the Agile team focuses on continuous improvement on the product, processes as well as the team through process analysis and tailoring, feedbacks, reviews and retrospectives. You will also learn the PMI Codes of ethics and Professional Conducts expected from you as an Agile practitioner.

Topics :
  • Continuous Improvement - Process
  • Process Analysis
  • Value Stream Mapping
  • Continuous Improvement – Product
  • Product Review & Feedback
  • Continuous Improvement – People
  • Retrospectives
  • Tools & Techniques
  • PMI’s Code ethics and Professional Conduct

PMI® - ACP Certification

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About PMI® - ACP Training

Agile Certified Practitioner certificate by Project Management Institute (PMI-ACP)® is one of the most sought-after credentials globally in IT industry in the area of Project Management. The PMI-ACP certification recognizes an individual’s expertise in using agile practices in their projects while demonstrating their increased professional versatility through agile tools and techniques. To earn the Agile certification, professionals need to clear the PMI-ACP exam conducted by PMI®.

  • Help participants clear the PMI-ACP® exam in the first attempt while completing the required 21 contact hour's training
  • OUnderstand Agile principles and practices that will enhance team productivity and improve customer satisfaction
  • Gain insights on how to establish transparency in communication within the team and with customers
  • Experience the freedom on embracing change and explain ways to manage the project's scope, schedule and budget to help timely delivery of products
  • Build trust with their teams and customers through consistent cadence of "common sense" best practices
  • Acquire valuable insights on how the teams can "empower and inspire"
  • Familiarize oneself with latest industry knowledge on how to manage dynamic projects in the most competitive environments
  • Evaluate one's exam preparedness and create a personalized plan for self-study.
  • Instil confidence to manage projects of various sizes

This Agile Certified Practitioner training course is designed for anyone who is considering the use of an Agile Project Management methodology for software development. In general, practitioners who are seeking to: Understand Agile principles, Agile practices, Agile tools and techniques, including Project Managers, Program Managers, Analysts, Developers, Testers, IT Managers/Directors, Software Engineers, Software Architects, Software Managers, Testing Managers, Team Leaders and Customers.

General project management experience of 2000 hours on project teams earned within the last 5 years (Active PMP® or PgMP® will satisfy this requirement).

1500 hours of working with Agile project teams and Agile methodologies within the last 3 years.

21 contact hours of education on Agile practices.

Frequently Asked Question's

With the exception of the CAPM® credential, all those who earn a PMI® certification must actively maintain their certifications through participation in the CCR (Continuing Certification Requirements) Program and renewal of their certifications every 3 years. You can take part in professional development and learning activities to earn Professional Development Units (PDUs),thus fulfilling the continuing certification requirements and ultimately growing and developing as a practitioner.To maintain your PMI-ACP® certification, you must earn and record 30 PDUs every 3 years.

This course offers value to anyone looking to demonstrate level of experience and knowledge of managing agile projects, or wanting to further their understanding of how Agile is applied and practised; such as Project Managers, Project Planners, Quality Assurance Staff, Developers/Programmers, Designers, Testers, Project Controllers, Product Owners, Scrum Masters and Scrum Team Members

The PMI-ACP® examination is comprised of 120 multiple-choice questions and has to be completed in 3 hours. Of the 120 questions, 20 are considered pre-test questions and do not affect the score.

Please send us an email to info@transgemini.com, and we will answer any queries you may have!.

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