Agile and PMI-ACP® Certification


In this training course, participants will be trained to become an Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®) and be able to align their Agile development experiences to their specific careers and organizations.


In this intensive Agile and PMI-ACP® Certification training course, participants will learn how to:

  • Prepare to pass the PMI-ACP® examination while completing the required contact hours/PDUs
  • Learn to maneuver the tools, techniques, knowledge, and skills exam scope
  • Coordinate participant’s Agile experience with the six domains of practice
  • Re-evaluate essential topics in the Agile and PMI-ACP® suggested reference materials
  • Build a strategic plan for self-study between the course and participant’s exam schedule


  1. Introduction to the PMI-ACP® Exam
    • Understanding the essential Agile developments and definitions
    • Make use of the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto
    • Mapping techniques, knowledge, skills and tools to the six domains of Agile development
  2. Establishing a Value-Driven Delivery
    • Business value oriented
    • Define and prioritize key highlights in terms of user and executives value
    • Balancing rapid feedback cycles
    • Ensuring continuous elaboration of requirements
    • Determining least marketable highlights for release planning
    • Honing the requirements definition by being by agreeing on the Definition of Done
    • Sustaining collaboration with stakeholders
    • Interacting empowered business stakeholders
    • Determining stakeholders and their issues
    • Allowing smooth and efficient collaboration and engagement
    • Communicating progress to help the organization make cognizant decisions
    • Allowing sharing of knowledge
    • Building and maintaining trust and administering work expectation through shared success requirements
  3. Increasing Team Performance Techniques
    • Building cross-functional teams
    • Implementing interdependent behaviors through effective decision-making among groups
    • Influencing teams to create their own internal work processes
    • Influencing teams to foster self-organization
    • Encouraging teams to estimate and monitor project progress
    • Building safe work environment for experimentation
    • Promoting high performance teams
    • Increasing productivity by reducing waste
    • Foster quality coaching techniques that develop skill improvement
  4. Establishing Adaptive Planning
    • Make use of rolling wave planning
    • Balancing continuous improvement
    • Applying empirical planning
    • Leveraging priorities and team abilities
    • Teaching the team to adopt cadences based on situational awareness
    • Employing Agile Earned Value Measurement (EVM)
    • Improving estimate ranges to reflect uncertainty
    • Securing measures of accepted work delivered in a specified period of time
    • Managing costs through quantitative measures
  5. Problem Determination and Resolution
    • Determining and eliminating risks
    • Time boxing to focus on immediate challenges
    • Allowing team aggression in the identification of risks and building of elimination techniques
    • Communicating risks and obstructions
    • Sustaining visibility with burndown charts, value stream mapping and Kanban boards
    • Sustaining highlights and technical concerns with Backlog
  6. Managing Continuous Improvements
    • Accommodating the process
    • Using retrospectives to enhance the team’s behavior
    • Experimenting with new strategies and process ideas
    • Assessing work efficiency
    • Eliminating nonvalue-adding processes
    • Reducing Work in Progress (WIP)
  7. Preparing to Pass the Exam
    • Determining your unique exam preparation technique
    • Gaining knowledge into the exam format and process
    • Using proven tips for exam success
    • Maximizing your study time and focus


  • Becoming more familiar with the PMI-ACP® exams by taking daily PMI-ACP®-style practice exams
  • Linking Agile techniques to PMI-ACP® recommended reference tools
  • Building multiple customer convergence on priorities
  • Implementing the Definition of Done for effective quality assurance
  • Improving a personalized exam preparation plan

Who Needs to Take This Course:

This course program is offered to anyone who is interested to gain knowledge and obtain the PMI-ACP® certificate, such as the following professionals:

  • Experienced Agile practitioners who plan to take the PMI-ACP® exam
  • PMP® credential holders with Agile project management experience who wish to enhance their accreditation

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