Accredited Courses & Qualifications: Scrum, Change Agent, AgilePM® Agile Project Management

PMIS has been an Accredited Training Organization (ATO) by APMG International since year of 2010

Agile Business of Digital Project & Product Delivery Solutions: Learn, Apply & Simulate

Agile Business Consortium Scrum Master (ASM) & Scrum Product Owner (SPO)

Overview

Despite originating in the software development arena, Agile methods and frameworks are becoming increasingly popular in a wide variety of industries as the benefits over more traditional frameworks and methodologies are realized

In the modern climate, product and solution development is increasingly important as organizations need to redevelop and launch new products and services to adapt, remain competitive and satisfy customers / stakeholders.

1.1. Self Organization
1.2. Agile Principles
1.3. Empirical Product Development
2.1. Scrum Roles
2.2. Scrum Events
2.3. Scrum Artefacts

3.1. The role of the Product Owner
3.2. Product Goals
3.3 Product Roadmaps
3.4. Forecasting the Product Backlog
3.5. Backlog Refinement

4.1. The Product Backlog Creation
4.2. Estimation
4.3. Sprint Planning & Done
4.4. Sprint Progress
4.5. Sprint Retrospectives and Review

(1) Product Backlog & Estimation 
(2) Sprint Planning & Done
(3) Sprint Progress
(4) Sprint Review & Retrospectives

COURSE INFORMATION
OPTION ONE: Three-days for Scrum Master and Product Owner Courses plus Simulation and Exam.

OPTION TWO: Two-days for single course (either Scrum Master or Product Owner) plus Simulation and exam

EXAM INFORMATION:           
One-hour exam each; Closed book; 50 Multiple choice questions.

APMG Agile Change Agent (ACA)

Overview

Increasingly adopted by organizations that recognize the need to respond quickly and easily to new opportunities, agile approaches have a significant impact on how change is managed and implemented.                                           
The impact goes well beyond those responsible for leading change initiatives. Teams and individuals from across the business – whether actively involved in and/or impacted by change – need to understand the new operating environment and how they can contribute effectively.

(1) Understand how agile approaches impact the way change is managed and delivered, and the impact on those involved in and affected by change.

(2) Create a roadmap consisting of all processes, activities and information needed to manage a change initiative in an agile way.

(3) Apply techniques to identify and prioritise activities according to business value.

(4) Create and support the right environment for change.

(5) Manage relationships with relevant stakeholders and team members, understanding how to best engage with them through empathy and trust.

(6) Utilize pre-prepared checklists, questionnaires and models that can be tailored to specific change initiatives.

(7) Develop strategies for building resilience and motivation, whilst managing and mitigating resistance.

(8) Manage change for both large-scale transformations and micro-level business change projects.

(9) Create a change that is lean and flexible, realizing benefits earlier on in the process.

(1) Product Backlog & Estimation 
(2) Sprint Planning & Done
(3) Sprint Progress
(4) Sprint Review & Retrospectives

COURSE INFORMATION
Two-days for Agile Change Agent course plus Simulation and exam

EXAM INFORMATION:           
One-hour exam each; Closed book; 50 Multiple choice question.

APMG AgilePM Foundation (AGF) & Practitioner (AGP)

Overview

Equip with sufficient knowledge and understand the AgilePM® DSDM guidance to be able to recognize, distinguish and leverage between Scrum framework and software tool;       
Deliver Agile Projects requiring standards, rigor and visibility around Project Management, while at the same time enabling the fast pace, change and empowerment provided by Agile; and

Increase collaboration in between business and solution development across organization

PART 1: Agile overview and AgilePM principles;

PART 2: Essential Scrum;

PART 3: Roles and Responsibilities;

PART 4: Techniques; 

PART 5: Lifecycle and Products; 

PART 6: Technical Simulation, Review and Exam

PART 7: Roles & Responsibilities;

PART 8: Lifecycle and Products;

PART 9: Techniques;

PART 10. Planning and Control;

PART 11: Technical Simulation, Review and Exam

COURSE DURATION:
Two-day for Foundation Course, Simulation and Exam
Two-day for Practitioner Course, Simulation and Exam 


PRE-REQUISITES:
No requirement for AgilePM Foundation exam. 
In order to sit the AgilePM Practitioner examination you must have passed the AgilePM Foundation exam.

FOUNDATION LEVEL: 
40 minutes, closed book, 50 multiple-choice questions (MCQs); 25 marks to required to pass.

PRACTITIONER LEVEL: 
2.5 hours, open book, 4 scenario -based objective test questions (MCQs); 40 marks required to pass out 80 available.

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