You'll get

  • World’s most widely used Agile framework
  • Benefits of Agile and traditional project management together in a single methodology
  • Additional revision modules
  • Exam simulators
  • Expert tutor support

This course is designed to prepare students to sit and pass the AgilePM Foundation and AgilePM Practitioner certification exams. Passing the Practitioner exam will demonstrate a student’s understanding not only of the key elements of the framework, but also how to apply them in practice. 

The course itself is provided by Good e-Learning, an award-winning online training company with a diverse portfolio of online training courses. In addition to practice exams, instructor-led videos, and other online training assets, students also receive free exam vouchers.

An Introduction to this AgilePM Foundation Course

Learning Objectives
Following an introduction, this module provides students with a course guide.

Module 1: What is Agile Project Management?

Learning Objectives
This module looks at what defines AgilePM, as well as the Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) and its philosophy.

Module 2: The DSDM Principles

Learning Objectives
This module examines the eight principles of the DSDM.

Module 3: The DSDM Roles and Responsibilities

Learning Objectives
This module describes how the DSDM defines project and solution development-level roles, along with support roles.

Module 4: The DSDM Products

Learning Objectives
This module examines the DSDM’s 14 ‘products’.

Module 5: The DSDM Process

Learning Objectives
This module examines the phases of a typical DSDM project.

Module 6: Planning and Control

Learning Objectives
This module looks at how to plan projects in accordance with the DSDM and AgilePM.

Module 7: MoSCoW Prioritization and Timeboxing

Learning Objectives
This module examines two key AgilePM tools: ‘MoSCoW Prioritization’ and ‘Timeboxing’.

Practice Exam Simulators

Learning Objectives
The course features two practice papers for the Agile Project Management (AgilePM) Foundation certification examination. One is provided by APMG, while the other comes from the Good e-Learning team. Students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the course modules before attempting the practice exams.

An Introduction to this AgilePM Practitioner Course

Learning Objectives
Following a short introduction, this module provides students with a course guide.

Module 1: What is Agile Project Management? (Recap & Quiz)

Learning Objectives
This module reexamines the content covered at foundation level. It then introduces students to an interactive case study that will be used throughout the course.

Module 2: The DSDM principles (Recap & Quiz)

Learning Objectives
This module starts with a quiz on the content found in the AgilePM Foundation syllabus. Next, it shows how to apply the principles of the DSDM using the case study.

Module 3: The DSDM Roles and Responsibilities (Recap & Quiz)

Learning Objectives
This module starts with a quiz on the content covered in the AgilePM Foundation syllabus. Next, it shows how to identify whether each DSDM role has been applied to a project correctly using the interactive case study.

Module 4: Communicating for Success

Learning Objectives
This module examines the biggest communication challenges found within a typical project, as well as potential solutions. Next, it shows how to study, identify, and solve communication issues using the case study.

Module 5: The DSDM Products (Recap & Quiz)

Learning Objectives
This module begins with a quiz on the content covered in the AgilePM Foundation syllabus. Next, it shows how to apply DSDM products to a project using the interactive case study.

Module 6: The DSDM Process (Recap & Quiz)

Learning Objectives
This module begins with a quiz on the content in the AgilePM Foundation syllabus. Next, it shows how to apply the DSDM process to a project using the interactive case study.

Module 7: Planning and Control (Recap & Quiz)

Learning Objectives
This module starts with a quiz on the content covered in the AgilePM Foundation syllabus. Next, it shows how to plan and manage a project using the case study.

Module 8: MoSCoW Prioritization and Timeboxing (Recap & Quiz)

Learning Objectives
This module starts with a quiz on the content covered at foundation level. Next, it uses the interactive case study to examine how MoSCoW Prioritization and Timeboxing can be combined effectively.

Module 9: Requirements, User Stories and Estimation

Learning Objectives
This module describes user stories, requirements, and estimation techniques. It then uses the interactive case study to demonstrate how to utilize these in practice.

Module 10: Managing the Project

Learning Objectives
This module starts by describing quality and risk management techniques. Next, it demonstrates how to apply them in practice using the interactive case study.

The module then examines how to use the Project Approach Questionnaire to tailor products using the interactive case study.

Practice Exam Simulators

Learning Objectives
This course comes with two practice papers for the AgilePM Practitioner examination. One is provided by APMG, while the other comes from the online training team at Good e-Learning. Students are encouraged to take the time to fully familiarize themselves with all course modules before attempting the practice exams.

This course comes with FREE vouchers that can be used to take the official Agile Project Management (AgilePM) Foundation and Practitioner certification exams. The exams can be taken online via a service provided by ProctorU. Learners can contact the Orbus support team to request vouchers.

Students must pass the Agile Project Management (AgilePM) Foundation certification exam before they can take the Agile Project Management (AgilePM) Practitioner certification exam.

Exam format:

AgilePM Foundation:

  • This is a multiple-choice exam consisting of 50 questions
  • There is a time limit of 40 minutes to complete the exam
  • The exam is closed book, with only the provided materials being permitted for use
  • The pass mark for the exam is 50%: you must get 25 out of 50 questions correct

AgilePM Practitioner:

  • Scenario-based objective testing
  • 80 multiple-choice questions based on a full project scenario provided on the first page
  • There is a time limit of 2 hours and 40 minutes to complete the exam (160 minutes)
  • Questions are divided into four sections, with 20 questions per section
  • Each section adds to the events of the original scenario
  • The exam is open-book
  • The pass mark for the exam is 50%: you must get 40 out of 80 questions correct

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Being able to work in agile environments is becoming an increasingly important skill for project team members. Given the approach’s widespread applicability, a prospective or experienced Agile project manager will find their skills in high demand. However, the distinct principles and practices of Agile can seem strange to those more used to working with more rigid management structures.

This course helps students become fully certified AgilePM practitioners as quickly and efficiently as possible. Certification in AgilePM is an excellent career move for both experienced and budding project managers. The framework itself has proven to be demonstrably effective in ensuring projects deliver as much value as possible. Once an AgilePM practitioner has enough experience in applying the framework, they can quickly unlock new responsibilities, as well as higher-paying job roles.

Agile is ideal for projects that experience greater volatility, have fewer resources, and require more immediate results. It focuses on meeting iterative targets and reassessing project requirements, enabling more flexibility as well as immediate benefits as smaller goals are realized. At the same time, it also offers tools and best practices for enabling top-down managerial control along with alignment between projects and strategic business goals. 

This course offers the most efficient route for turning employees into fully certified AgilePM practitioners. They will study Agile tools such as MoSCoW Prioritization and Timeboxing, which they can begin applying in their daily tasks. Training alongside coworkers can also make it easier for students to retain what they learn while also making sure they are all familiar with the terminology and best practices of AgilePM.

Key Features

Duration of access:
12 months

Training hours:
30+ hours

Accredited by:
APMG International

Training delivered by:
Good e-Learning

Free Exam Voucher

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