So Effective, We Guarantee You Will Pass the PMI-ACP Exam.
Our Live Virtual PMI-ACP classes
are taught by expert instructors, who also bring their real-world and relevant experience
to the students. Now offering evening and weekend classes!
"I took and passed the PMI-ACP exam last Thursday...
The class materials—along with the awesome instructor—definitely prepared me for the exam."
Built around accelerated learning techniques and carefully designed learning materials,
this intense, focused PMI-ACP training delivers a passing PMI-ACP® Exam score on your very
first try. You will be prepared to take the PMI-ACP exam, following our carefully
designed class curriculum:
What is Agile?
Why is Agile Effective?
The Agile Manifesto
The Benefits of Agile
Agile Team Roles and Responsibilities
Role of the Agile Coach / Agile PM
All About Agile Project Management
Effectively Working with Agile Teams
The PMI Code of Ethics
Agile Project Planning
The 5 Levels of Agile Planning
The Product Roadmap
Involving the Customer
How to Create and Use Personas
All About the Product Backlog
All About User Stories
The INVEST Model
Agile Acceptance Criteria
Agile Prioritization Themes
All About the Decision Matrix
About Kano Analysis
How to Prevent Fire Alarms
Continuous Prioritization in Agile
Relative vs. Actual Estimating in Agile
An Introduction to Story Points
Using Story Points in your Project
All About Releases
Schedule Based vs. Feature Based Planning
How to Build the Release Plan
How to get to the details
Documentation methods for collecting details
Establishing a consistent approach to grooming and product backlog review
All about Capacity
How to Engage the Team
Planning the Iteration
Executing the Iteration
Daily Scrum and Stand-up
The Scrum of Scrums
How to Demonstrate Working Software
Scrum of Scrums
All about Taskboards
Story and Task cards
The Burndown and Burnup Charts
Cumulative Features Diagrams
Agile Earned Value Management (EVM)
The Elements of a Retrospective
How to Facilitate Retrospectives
Tips for effective Retrospectives
A Review of Empirical Process Control
User stories with affinity sizing
Mapping User Stories
Introduction to Kanban
Mapping the Value Stream
All about Monte Carlo simulations
Overview of the Agile Process
How to Overcome Resistance and Get Started
Agile Calendar of Events
Challenges to Agile Adoption
Completing your PMI-ACP application
How to schedule your exam
PMI-ACP exam day expectations
Review each section of the exam
Review of PMI-ACP practice questions
Instructor Mark Arntz is a veteran instructor and accomplished Agile practitioner with
over 22 years of experience in the field of information systems development and support.
Aside from being an agile certified practitioner (PMI-ACP), Mark is also a certified
project management professional (PMP), Six Sigma Green Belt, and Certified ScrumMaster (CSM).
Bill Gaiennie is a highly experienced Agile trainer, Coach, Consultant and practitioner.
He has led teams in a wide array of management and methodology based initiatives, and is
a dedicated instructor devoted to sharing his experiences with others. Bill has worked
with a list of national and international clients on Agile rollouts and implementations.
Angela Johnson is an Agile Mentor and Coach, Scrum Master, Trainer and Project Manager.
Angela began her education at Hamline University where she received a Bachelor of
Arts degree in Communication and Management. She then received a Master of Business
Communication degree from the University of St. Thomas.
Bryan is a seasoned Agile Trainer and Coach specializing in the practical implementation
of Agile methods and practices within all types of IT organizations. He brings a
balance of business, management and technical perspectives to his clients with a
focus on how to achieve immediate gains in productivity, efficiency, visibility
and quality through the proper use of Agile techniques.
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