4 day course
Learn all the key benefits of Agile and prepare for the world's leading certification in Agile Project Management.
Agile techniques have been gaining traction in recent years, helping companies to work more efficiently and effectively when delivering projects. This AgilePM course shows how to successfully combine Agile techniques with more traditional governance methodologies, such as PRINCE2® and PMI®.
Agile techniques such as Scrum are highly regarded and can be wildly successful. Scrum on its own, however, focusses principally on getting work done. In this course, you will learn what Agile means, and will also learn how the DSDM framework wraps up techniques such as Scrum with a full project management lifecycle. DSDM is the name of the framework you will learn, and AgilePM is the certification for this framework.
Understanding the different management style needed for successful agile projects compared to traditional projects will mean you can tailor your approach to different situations. Knowing how you can combine this knowledge with the more traditional management methodologies will allow you to adapt to a changing business environment.
This course is aimed at both Project Managers and all others involved in Project Management. The course is especially useful for anyone in engineering and information technology development for software projects and product or application development.
The University of Suffolk is partnering with Quanta training to deliver this short course. Quanta Training is one of the UK’s leading training specialists in Agile, Scrum and as PRINCE2. Quanta are committed to delivering innovative solutions that address both the human and organisational aspects of change to ensure business professionals can fully realise and exploit the benefits they require to drive their business performance.
Single delegate price including exam - £2.075 ex VAT
There are no pre-requisites for this course. Delegates new to project management will learn a great deal about how to manage projects. Existing project managers, or others involved in project management will learn a new way of looking at the project lifecycle.
A few hours of pre-course preparation is useful. Pre-course material will be issued 4-6 weeks before the course, you will also receive a login for Quanta Learn to access further pre-course materials.
Please note that you will be expected to complete approximately 2 hours of homework each evening during the course.
About the exams:
- 40 minute
- Closed book
- Multiple choice
- Pass mark - 50%
- Taken on Day 3 of the course
- 2.5 hours
- Open book (Only the DSDM handbook is allowed)
- Scenario based
- 80 questions
- Pass mark - 50%