Overview

7 PDUs

In keeping with Project Management Institute’s goal of providing leadership in the evolution of project management, it has created the Agile Certified Practitioner certification (PMI-ACP). The PMI-ACP is positioned to recognize and validate knowledge of this important approach.

If you are working in organizations using Agile to manage projects, the PMI-ACP provides an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of Agile practices. The certification is not limited to project managers or Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential holders — individuals with experience working on Agile project teams can also apply.

The certification is for practitioners who are seeking to:

  • Demonstrate their level of professionalism in Agile project management practices to employers
  • Increase their professional versatility in both Waterfall and Agile techniques

SolutionsIQ’s 1-day PMI-ACP training course helps meet the training contact hours required for credential eligibility. This course may be taken as a standalone class or in conjunction with either our Certified ScrumMaster Training (CSM) or Certified Scrum Product Owner Training (CSPO). Attendees are qualified for 7 Professional Development Units (PDUs) for the 1-day class. When taken in combination with our CSM or CSPO course, attendees are eligible for the 21 contact hours required for PMI-ACP certification.

 

CourseDurationPDUs
PMI-ACP Training (PMI-ACP)1 day7
Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) Training2 days14
Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) Training2 days14
CSM + PMI-ACP3 days21
CSPO + PMI-ACP3 days21

Course Topics

This 1-day course will provide you with the contact hours and overall understanding to feel confident to take the PMI-ACP exam. The full day of training includes:

  • An introduction to the PMI-ACP certification
  • An overview of PMI’s perspective on Agile Project Management
  • A look at how Certified ScrumMasters and Agile Certified Practitioners approach work
  • A comparison of Scrum vs. Agile project management
  • An overview of Lean, Extreme Programing (XP), feature-driven development, and the Agile Unified Process
  • An introduction to Agile program and portfolio management
  • An analysis of the division of project management responsibilities among the team, product owner, and ScrumMaster
  • An examination of how project management supports Agile values

Upon course completion, students are eligible for the required Professional Development Units (PDUs) for the PMI-ACP certification. Participants also receive a copy of the ACP Exam Prep Plus Desk Reference.

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