Looking for a PMI-ACP exam prep course with 21 PDUs? This is it!
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- PMI-ACP Exam Prep; Activity ID PMIACP416
- 21 PDU hours
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You want to earn the PMI-ACP certification and you need quality training without all the nonsense and fluff so many courses offer. You do want to learn from an authority in project management that’s also certified as a PMI-ACP and is a PMI Registered Education Provider.
This is the course you want. This course provides 21 hours of Agile project management education and is taught by project management author and expert Joseph Phillips. You can claim these 21 hours as 21 PDUs for your continuing PMI education.
Our PMI-ACP® Exam Prep course provides complete coverage of the PMI-ACP® exam objectives for the PMBOK Guide, Fifth Edition and the library of Agile resources PMI recommends. Start today, invest in your career, and begin working to clear your PMI-ACP® exam. Here's what's included in our PMP® Exam Prep Online Seminar:
►21 Professional Development Units (PDUs) from a PMI REP
►Includes PMI updates from July 2015 RDS
►Complete coverage of the entire PMI-ACP® exam objectives
►21 contact hours of project management education
►Practice exam questions and answers on all exam objectives
►Module exams covering every PMI-ACP exam objective
►PDF course workbook; entire course for note-taking and following along
►Videos of all concepts, formulas, theories, and agile project management practices
►Lectures on the entire PMI-Agile® exam objectives
►24 x 7 Web and mobile access
►Flashcards of the PMI-ACP terms you must know for exam success
►All exams are distributed in PDF format for easy printing and studying on-the-go
►Course discussions with the Instructor and peers
►30-day satisfaction guaranteed
- Agile principles and mindset
- Value-driven delivery
- Stakeholder engagement
- Team performance
- Adaptive planning
- Problems, issues, detection and resolution
- Continuous improvement
- Exam prerequisites
- Exam fees
- The PMI-ACP application process
- What to do if you get audited
- Exam blueprint – what you need to study
- Prometric Testing Center processes and experience
- Finishing the exam and your score report
- PMI-ACP exam scoring
- PMI-ACP exam blueprint
- Testing center details
- Scheduling and rescheduling the test
- First goal of the course is you passing the exam
- Second goal, is build a deep understanding of agile methodologies
- This is not a course on:
- How to apply agile project management
- How to be a good project manager
- Me helping you do your job
- 2,000 hours of general project experience working on teams. A current PMP® or PgMP® will satisfy this requirement but is not required to apply for the PMI-ACP.
- 1,500 hours working on agile project teams or with agile methodologies. This requirement is in addition to the 2,000 hours of general project experience.
- 21 contact hours of training in agile practices
- Domain I. Agile Principles and Mindset - 16%
- Domain II. Value-driven Delivery - 20%
- Domain III. Stakeholder Engagement - 17%
- Domain IV. Team Performance - 16%
- Domain V. Adaptive Planning - 12%
- Domain VI. Problem Detection and Resolution - 10%
- Domain VII. Continuous Improvement - 9%
- Agile projects are value-driven
- Minimize non-value-added work
- Plan to replan
- Early plans are necessary, but they’re likely flawed
- Uncertainty requires replanning
- Creating a safe environment for the project team
- Creating success strategies
- Financial impact of project problems
- Issues and risks
- Reviewing technical debt and agile projects
- Success modes and failure modes
- The timeline of where issues are discovered
- Tailor and adapt the project process by periodically reviewing and integrating team practices, organizational culture, and delivery goals in order to ensure team effectiveness within established organizational guidelines and norms.
- Improve team processes by conducting frequent retrospectives and improvement experiments in order to continually enhance the effectiveness of the team, project, and organization.
- Seek feedback on the product by incremental delivery and frequent demonstrations in order to improve the value of the product.
- What agile project management is and is not
- Qualifications for the PMI-ACP examination