This three-day accredited course provides participants with a thorough grounding in the DSDM Agile Project Management framework. The course included the in-depth Practitioner-level examination of how a project manager applies the framework.
Presented by skilled lecturers with extensive experience in the practical application of project management, the course includes examination coaching and practice using sample questions.
This course does not cover the Scrum Framework.
Delegates should be prepared to set aside time to revise for the Practitioner exam in the evenings after the course lecture finishes. This includes studying the course Handbook, and working through sample exam questions.
Set up an Agile project
Identify appropriate people for Agile roles
Define Increments and Timeboxes to keep a project on track
Manage a Solution Development Team
Communicate with business stakeholders in a project environment
Use Agile techniques, including prioritisation of requirements, to ensure on-time project delivery,
Present the benefits of Agile approaches to senior management
Identify risks to delivery of projects managed using the DSDM Agile approach
Delegates must already be qualified at AgilePM Foundation level and show evidence of such on day-one of the course.
The Practitioner course is intended for anyone who expects to have a management or leadership role in an Agile project and is specifically built to support anyone who needs to apply the DSDM Project Management framework in a business environment. Delegates are expected to have experience of team leading, project management, or project assurance/support. This course is not aimed at delegates new to project management and Agile.
Proof of identity
Delegates must bring signed photo ID APMG examinations (e.g. passport, driving license, student card) as they will be asked by the invigilator to produce it prior to the exam. Delegates must also be familiar with the APMG Terms and Conditions of Certification which can be found on the APMG International website.
- · Roles and Responsibilities - the project manager's view
- · Agile Project Management through the Lifecycle
- · The Effective Use of the Products
- · Deliver on Time - Combining MoSCoW and Timeboxing
- · People, Teams, and Interactions
- · Requirements and User Stories
- · Estimating - How and When
- · Project Planning throughout the Lifecycle
- · Quality - Never Compromise Quality
- · Risk Management
- · Tailoring the Approach
Agile Practitioner Examination
All delegates will sit the APMG Agile Project Management Practitioner exam in the afternoon of the third day.
London - International House
1 St Katharines Way
International House is a premier training centre located close to Tower Bridge, between St Katharine Dock and the Tower of London.
The nearest car park is the NCP at Whitechapel High Street.
- London Fenchurch Street Rail – 12 minute walk
- London Cannon Rail – 20 minute walk
- London Bridge Rail – 25 minute walk
- Tower Gate Way - 8 minute walk
- Tower Hill – 10 minute walk
- Aldgate - 15 minutes walk
- Aldgate East – 17 minute walk
- Monument – 18 minute walk
- Bank - 22 minute walk
- London Bridge Underground – 25 Minute walk
Routes 42, 78 and RV1 use the Tower of London stop (TL) on St. Katharine’s Way, just outside International House.
Delegates are expected to already own the latest copy of the Agile Project Management Handbook (version 2.0) and be conversant with its content. The Handbook must be brought to the course.
The Practitioner examination takes place at 13:00 on the afternoon of Day 3 and will last for up to 2.5 hours
Please Note: The last day (Day 3) will finish by 15:30 after the conclusion of the Practitioner exam.