AGILE Project Management Foundation and Practitioner Bundle

Course code: PR011
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If you want to learn how to improve your knowledge to help you tackle project management tasks more quickly and effectively, this combined course includes everything you need to know!

This course will allow you to

  • Explore the roles and responsibilities of a project manager and how an Agile team works.
  • Understand the ATERN lifecycle process and identify ATERN’s five key techniques.
  • Learn how to manage an Agile project and identify the different types of management styles needed for successful Agile projects.
  • Understand how to successfully apply Agile PM to your projects.
This course is only available to study online.
Course Overview

AgilePM is one of the fastest growing qualifications in the project management world.

This course will benefit a number of people, including:

  • New and experienced project staff.
  • Consultants/contract staff operating in an AgilePM environment.
  • Project managers considering a career in an AgilePM environment.
  • Anybody wishing to improve their employment prospects in an AgilePM environment.

Course Duration

Up to one year

Study Hours

Approximately 20 hours

Course Outcome

You will receive an Agile Project Management Foundation and Agile Project Management Practitioner Certification

Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements for this course.

Assessment

Two exams

Course Content

AGILE Project Management

  • What is Agile? - history
  • Agile manifesto
  • Agile alliance
  • Agile principals
  • DSDM/Atern - history
  • Atern philosophy
  • Atern principals
  • The Atern team model
  • Responsibility of each role
  • How roles relate to lifecycle
  • How an Agile team works
  • Differences between Agile and traditional team management
  • Limits of empowerment
  • The ATERN lifecycle process
  • Lifecycle phases
  • Atern products
  • Lifecycle configuration
  • ATERN's five key techniques
  • Facilitated workshops
  • MoSCoW
  • Iterative development
  • Modelling
  • Timeboxing
  • SCRUM
  • Evolutionary planning
  • Planning products
  • Control parameters
  • Control mechanisms
  • Issues
  • Communication
  • How Agile builds quality
  • Process quality
  • Solution quality
  • How Atern reduces risks
  • Risks to successful Atern
  • Estimating and measurement
  • Preparation
  • Requirements
  • Management style
  • PAQ
  • Critical success factors

AGILE Project Management Practitioner

  • Introduction and the case study
  • Life cycle and products
  • Reviewed
  • Overview
  • Detail reviewed
  • Responsibility of each role
  • How roles relate to life cycle
  • How an Agile team works
  • Differences between Agile and traditional team management
  • Limits of empowerment
  • Quality
  • Communications
  • Risk Management
  • Planning
  • Project management
  • Requirements, estimation, measurement
  • Testing
  • Parameters
  • Facilitated workshops
  • MoSCoW
  • Iterative development
  • Modelling
  • Timeboxing