This PMI-ACP course offers case studies from actual scenarios and covers agile concepts, technology, and techniques. It also contains concepts from the just published Agile Practice Guide, a resource for the PMI-ACP test. This training course adheres to the 2017 PMI® recommendations in order to help you pass the PMI-ACP exam.
Agile Certified Practitioners usually
earn over US $100,000 annually, which is greater pay than their non-certified
The PMI Agile Certified Practitioner certification has three prerequisites: a secondary degree or above, 2000 hours of general project management experience, and at least 1500 hours of experience working on agile project teams during the previous three years.
Certification & Exam
How can I become a Practitioner of the PMI®-Agile Certification?
You must join PMI, finish the required coursework for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner certification, and pay the exam fee in full before you may book your exam. If you succeed in the exam, PMI will award you the prestigious PMI-ACP certificate.
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If you want to apply to become a PMI Agile Certified Practitioner, you should:
Yes, we include 1 practice test as part of our course to help you get ready for the actual certification exam. To get a feel for the types of tests that will be discussed in the course material, download our free PMI-ACP® Exam Practice Test.
Agile is a well-known project management and software development methodology that enables managers to swiftly satisfy customers. Individuals can use the PMI ACP to enhance their entire management strategy and practices. So earning a PMI ACP certification is the first step to becoming an Agile Project Manager.