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ITIL v4 Foundation Training

ITIL has rapidly become mainstream. Achieving the PMI-ACP certification will make you one of the first professionals to achieve this valuable designation from PMI. The majority of development teams and projects now embrace Agile  methodology. There is a growing importance for project management professionals to demonstrate their knowledge and leadership in software projects. If you are seeking an in-depth course on the whats, whys, and hows of Agile project management, then the PMI-ACP certification course is for you. Through a mix of discussion and hands-on activities, you will learn what Agile project management is and will leave with practical, real-world tools for transitioning to agile management practices, planning an agile project, and managing the project to completion.

PMI-ACP Certification Course Overview

This is an in-person, highly interactive, three-day (21 contact hours) course led by an instructor with years of real-world experience in both traditional and Agile project management, and who is actively engaged in helping organizations transition to Agile. This class is a combination of interaction, active learning, and group collaboration. Achieving PMI-ACP Certification will set you apart as one of the early adopters among software professionals to achieve this valuable designation from PMI.

  • Gartner predicts that 80% of all Software projects will be using Agile in the next couple of years.
  • Your knowledge of both Agile and Traditional practices increase the value you bring to your organization.
  • The certification covers all the Agile methods including Scrum, XP, Lean, Kanban and has more eligibility rigor compared to existing entry level certifications.
  • Be among the early adopters to acquire this very popular and industry recognized certification by PMI!
  • The PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) Certification exam is open to all Agile practitioner team roles who meet the eligibility requirements