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PMI-ACP Training in India

Offerings for PMI-ACP Training in India


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    Instructor led training for 24 hours

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    15 category C SEUs and 8 category B SEUs for the CSP Goal. One also gets 21 PDUs

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    Access to the online learning platform for 120 days

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    Guidance in filling the PMI-ACP application form

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    1 free mock test

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    Post training support through mails, video calls, communities and webinars

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    1-year membership of Scrum Alliance

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    Course approved by PMI

The Training Delivery Model of PMI-ACP Training in India


  • For individuals

    Classroom Training
    • Classroom training for 2 days
    • Course fee includes the examination fee
    • Training delivered by certified SCRUMstudy instructors


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  • For business

    Corporate Training
    • 24x7 Training support and assistance
    • Enhanced Support for individuals and teams
    • Blended Learning Delivery Model (self-paced e-learning and Trainer led options


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Insight of the Training from the Leading PMI-ACP Training Institute


Nowadays companies are turning towards Agile project management methods in order to adapt to the ever-evolving market conditions. The Agile methods with their continuous evaluation and short interactive cycles leads to the creation of end products that are suited for changing requirements and also customers stay happy because of high value creation.

When the project’s budgets, goals and priorities change, Agile helps the team to stay updated with these changes and adapt their practices and schedules accordingly.

The PMI-ACP certification certifies that the certification holder has a high level of expertise in Agile framework. The training enhances the person’s versatility in project management tools and techniques and trains them to implement the Agile practices appropriately.

The below listed PMI-ACP course Agenda may vary according to the various Scrum Alliance Trainers providing the training. Kindly visit our website to know the faculty for your preferred location.

  1. Introduction to PMI–ACP® Certification
    • Knowing PMI®
    • Certification Programs offered by PMI®
    • Value of PMI-ACP®
    • PMI-ACP® Certification Cycle
    • PMI-ACP® Eligibility Requirements
    • PMI-ACP® Exam Application
    • PMI-ACP® Exam Pattern
    • PMI-ACP® Exam Blueprint
    • PMI ®Contact Information
  2. Understanding the Agile Project Management
    • Define Agility?
    • What is Traditional/Agile Project Management
    • The Key Values for Agile Leaders
    • The Agile Triangle
    • Various Agile Methodologies
    • The APM Framework
    • The Envision Phase
    • The Speculate Phase
    • The Explore Phase
    • The Adapt Phase
    • The Close Phase
  3. Details of Value Based Prioritization
    • Define Time Value of Money
    • The Return On Investment (ROI)
    • The Present Value (PV), The Net Present Value (NPV)
    • Define Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
    • About Opportunity Cost (OC)
    • About Payback Period
    • Define Prioritization
    • About Customer Valued Prioritization
    • The Minimally Marketable Feature (MMF)
    • About Agile Compliance
    • ABout Business Case Development
  4. Insight of Agile Analysis and Design
    • About Agile Chartering
    • The Product Roadmap
    • About Product Backlog
    • About User Story
    • About Story Maps
    • About Wireframes
    • About Personas
    • About Agile Modeling
    • The Best Practices – Agile Modeling
    • About Planning Games / Collaborative Games
  5. Insight of Agile Estimation
    • About Estimation
    • About Story Points
    • About Relative Sizing
    • About Theme and Epic
    • The Ideal Day, Ideal Time
    • About Planning Poker
    • About Wide Band Delphi
    • About Affinity Estimating
    • About Agile Cost Estimation
  6. Deatils of Planning, Monitoring and Adapting
    • The Time-Boxing
    • About Multiple Levels of Planning
    • About Release Planning
    • About Iteration Planning
    • About Release Plan Vs Iteration Plan
    • About Daily Stand up
    • The Burndown Chart / Burnup Chart
    • About Variance and Trend Analysis
    • The Cumulative Flow Diagram
    • About Agile Task Board
    • About Kanban Board
    • About WIP Limits
  7. Details of Product Quality
    • What is Quality in Agile
    • About Project and Quality Standard in Agile
    • Different Agile Testing Quadrants
    • About Frequent Verification and Validation
    • The Test First Development (TFD) / Test Driven Development (TDD)
    • The Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD)
    • About Continuous Integration (CI)
    • About Refactoring
    • The Definition of Done (DoD)
    • About the Collection Code Ownership
    • About Knowledge Sharing
    • The Technical Debt
  8. About Communication
    • About Agile Communication
    • The Information Radiator
    • About Agile Team Space
    • About Osmotic Communications
    • The Collocated Team
    • The Distributed Team
    • Various Agile Tools
    • About Active listening
    • Brainstorming
    • Various Feedback Methods
  9. Different Interpersonal Skills
    • About Emotional Intelligence
    • About Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment (EISA) Framework
    • The Goleman Emotional Intelligence Model
    • About Collaboration
    • About Agile Leadership
    • About Adaptive Leadership
    • About Servant Leadership
    • About Negotiation
    • About Conflict Resolution
  10. About Agile Risk Management
    • About Risk as Prioritization Factor
    • About Risk Management in Agile
    • The Risk Adjusted Product Backlog
    • About Expected Monetary Value
    • About Risk Management
    • About Risk Burn-down Chart
    • About Risk Based Spike
  11. various Agile Metrics
    • Different Metrics
    • About Velocity
    • About Cycle Time
    • The Earned Value Management (EVM)
    • Different EVM Terms
    • The Earned Value Metrics
    • About Measuring Metrics
    • About Escape Defects
  12. Process Improvement
    • The Value and Non-Value
    • About Value Stream Mapping
    • About Waste in Software Development
    • About Retrospectives
    • About Control limit for agile projects
    • About Process Analysis
    • About Process improvements
    • About Agile failure modes
    • About Agile coach failure and success modes
    • About Agile Process Tailoring
    • Details of Shu-Ha-Ri
  13. Knowledge and Skills – Part 1
    • About Community and Stakeholder Values
    • How to Build Empowered Teams
    • How to Build High Performance Team
    • Insight of Coaching and Mentoring within Team
    • About Coaching at Levels
    • About Stakeholder Management
    • About Team Motivation
    • How to do Self Assessment
    • About Knowledge Sharing
    • About Problem solving
    • The Facilitation method
    • Different Participatory Decision Models
  14. Knowledge and Skills – Part 2
    • Various Agile Contracting Methods
    • About Vendor Management
    • About Globalization, Culture and Team Diversity
    • About Principles of System Thinking
    • About Incremental Delivery
    • Various Agile Methods and Approaches
    • About Applying New Agile Practices
    • PMI’s code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
The course can benefit you in the following ways:
  • Introduction to agile principles
  • Learn how to mentor teams and extract results
  • How to ensure the production and delivery of best products
  • New ways of managing schedule, budget, project scope, quality
  • How to combine best methods of different agile framework
  • How to use common sense in agile environment
  • How to ensure continuous improvement
  • Study about common pitfalls
  • How to adapt “servant leadership” method of management
  • How to Respond to changes quickly
The workshop will benefit you in the following ways:
  • 21 PDUs and 21 SEUs
  • Guidance in filling the PMI-ACP application form
  • 1 free mock test
  • Post training support through mails, video calls, communities and webinars
  • Course approved by PMI
  • Access to the online learning platform for 100 days
  • Downloadable e-book
Eligibility :

You need to meet the following requirements to apply for the course:

  1. General Project Experience
    • 2000 hours of work on a project in the past 5 years of having PMP/PgMP certification
  2. Agile Project Experience
    • 1500 hours of working on agile framework in addition to general project experience
  3. Training in Agile Practices
    • 21 contact hours in agile practices
Process :

On completion of the course, you will receive the certificate from PMI designating you as PMI-ACP certified. The certification includes two-year membership in PMI.

This training and certification is ideal for:
  • Project Managers
  • Project Planners
  • Quality Assurance Staff
  • Developers/Programmers
  • Designers
  • Testers
  • Project Controllers
  • Product Owners
  • Scrum Masters
  • Scrum Team Members
  • Anyone looking to demonstrate a level of experience and knowledge of managing agile projects or wanting to further the understanding of how Agile is applied and practiced.

For this certification you must have:

  • Secondary degree or higher
  • 2000 hours of work on a project in the past 5 years of having PMP/PgMP certification
  • 1500 hours of working on agile framework in addition to general project experience

You have to take formal training as a PMI Agile certified practitioner. Also you need to take the PMI membership and pay the exam fee directly. On completion of the course, you will receive the certificate from scrum alliance designating you as PMI-ACP certified. The certification includes two year membership in scrum alliance.

FAQs


The PMI-ACP® is a well respected The PMI-ACP certification certifies that the certification holder has a high level of expertise in Agile framework. The training enhances the person’s versatility in project management tools and techniques and trains them to implement the Agile practices appropriately.
PMI offers many kinds of courses related to Project Management programs viz. PMP: Project Management Professional, CAPM: Certified Associate in Project Manager, PgMP: Program Management Professional, PMI-ACP: PMI Agile Certified Practitioner, PMI-SP: PMI Scheduling Professional, PMI-RMP: PMI Risk Management Professional.
PMI certification is relevant across industries, market segments and countries. It is not based on one specific methodology and follows a flexible and adaptable approach. You can be guaranteed that your PMI certification remains relevant over a long time. Our certification maintenance program requires you to earn a professional development unit (PDUs), which propels you to continually develop your skills and stay current if the profession changes. PMI continually updates its curriculum to actually reflect the current skills, knowledge and best practices you need to succeed. PMI certification improves your chance for financial benefits. With Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential, you can improve your prospects to have a salary increase of 10 to 12%, based on findings by PMI Salary Survey — Sixth Edition, 2009. This helps you stand out and market yourself more effectively to prospective employers. PMI has provided project management certifications for over 25 years, and our PMP® credential is designed specifically for project managers.
No, the examination fee is not included in the course fee.
You can take training in any city or date you want if required. However, cross country transfer may lead to some changes in the training fee
The payment process is really simple. You can pay for the training either through debit/credit card that includes visa card, master card, american express
Full refund will be provided for cancellation within 48 hours of enrollment. All cancellation will incur a 5% deduction due to transactional cost. Refunds will be processed in the next 30 days.

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