AGILE Project Management

Course code: PR001
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Pursue your career as a project manager, from home!

  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of a project manager.
  • Study the different techniques that can be adopted for successful Agile projects.
  • Learn more about the planning process and how to implement an Agile style.
  • Explore how reduce risk and ensure quality through the Agile system.
This course is only available to study online.
Course Overview

The Agile Project Management (AgilePM) certification is a widely recognised training course for current and aspiring Project Managers, as well as for those wishing to work in a project-focused environment.

This course aims to enable Project Managers to become Agile, which means developing a structured, high-quality and professional approach to project management. Agile Project Management is a tried-and-tested approach and is universally applicable to all types of organisations and projects.

All course materials will be delivered to you, so it couldn’t be easier. Our friendly, expert tutors will help you every step of the way by email, so why not join the 90,000 students who have chosen Open Study College to improve their prospects.

Study Hours

Approximately 10 hours

Course Outcome

You will receive an Agile Project Management Foundation Certification

Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements for this course


One exam

Course Content
  • 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
  • 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