The Agile Project Management Practitioner course is the second and final stage of the Agile qualification. It is taught in a classroom environment and consists of the last two days of the Agile Project Management syllabus, ensuring you know how to practically implement the Agile methodology and concepts into a project. This makes projects more responsive to any adjustments in scope, without compromising on product quality.
Our Agile Project Management classroom courses are delivered by qualified trainers who have extensive experience in the project management industry utilising the Agile methodology. They all provide a working knowledge of theoretical and practical Agile processes, demonstrating their 15+ year experience working in project management.
The Agile Project Management Practitioner classroom course is for any Project Manager who is Agile Foundation certified looking to become certified as a Practitioner.
The Agile Project Management qualification is in high demand in numerous industries. You will be able to work in roles including Project Manager, Software Development Manager and Project Leader.
The Agile Project Management Foundation certificate is a prerequisite for the Practitioner stage. Once you have completed the training, you will sit the exam:
The Practitioner level of Agile will build on everything you learned in the Foundation stage. You will gain an in-depth knowledge of how to implement the processes in Agile, along with giving you the confidence and encouragement to take control of any situation in your daily responsibilities.
Our Agile Project Management classroom training is run in association with Simetral Ltd.
Accredited AgilePM® classroom training is provided by Simetral, APMG-International Training Organisation.
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