Course description

  • What are the course objectives?

    Simplilearn’s PMI-ACP training course in Bangalore consists of the seven domains of Agile in the same sequence as per the PMI’s exam content outline, listed below:
    • Agile principles and mindset
    • Value-driven delivery
    • Stakeholder engagement
    • Team performance
    • Adaptive planning
    • Problem detection and resolution
    • Continuous improvement
    The candidates get a rich learning experience in this ACP Course and can pass the PMI-ACP exam in their first attempt. Topics like Agile tools, techniques, and methodologies are thoroughly explained along with real-life instances. The training course is aligned to 2017 PMI guidelines and covers the concepts of Agile Practice Guide (newly added reference material) as well.

  • What skills will you learn in PMI-ACP training?

    On completing the PMI-ACP training course, candidates will be able to:
    • Develop the ability to deliver high-velocity stories and epics
    • Understand the history of Agile, including founding, evolution, core concepts and principles
    • Develop the expertise of implementing multi-iterative development models for any scale of projects
    • Develop the knowledge and skills required to clear the PMI-ACP certification exam along with the requisite 21 PDUs 
    • Develop a working knowledge of the Agile principles of Scrum, Kanban, XP, and TDD
    The course further helps the candidates to pass the ACP exam by providing the exam strategies, tips, tricks, and tools. It also consists of an introduction to the application process for the certification exam.

  • Who should take PMI ACP course?

    For all project management roles globally, there is a huge demand for professionals who are PMI Agile Certified in the field of IT and tech industry. The PMI ACP certification is perfect for the following professionals:
    • Project executives/engineers
    • Project managers
    • Software developers
    • Agile team members
    • Any professional aspiring to be a project manager
    • Team leads/managers
    • Associate/Asst. manager - projects
    Certified Agile Professionals earn an annual salary of over $100,000 compared to their non-certified competitors.

  • What projects will I work on as a part of the PMI-ACP course in Bangalore?

    Project 1: E-commerce Website Functionality Creation
    Participants will learn how the three agile roles (Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Scrum Team) complement each other in a real-time project on Jira. This demo of an e-commerce website will let users understand and create backlogs, user stories, tasks, epics, and sub-tasks. It will also show them how to manage multiple releases.
     
    Project 2: Smart Weather
    You will complete two industry-based tasks provided by the product owner of a new technology division. The projects involve creating a portal to provide weather-based services to multiple clients. The portal needs to pull the weather forecast from various public services so that the captured data can be used for various purposes. Implementation of this project should be completed through JIRA. You will choose one of the tasks mentioned below and submit the task screenshots through LMS:
     
    Task 1:
    BigBucks Café, a leading chain of premium coffee shops, wants you to use weather data to regulate and manage its daily operations. As a Scrum Master, you need to resolve and create a prioritized product backlog for the scrum team.
     
    Task 2:
    The world’s largest life insurance company, LeViva, wants to launch an app to serve its customers, and they would like to use the weather forecast. As a Scrum Master, you need to resolve and create a prioritized product backlog for the scrum team.

Course preview

    • Getting started with PMI-ACP® Certification 06:02
      • Getting started with PMI-ACP® Certification06:02
    • Domain 00 - Course Overview 07:28
      • 1 Course Overview00:27
      • 2 Objectives00:32
      • 3 Value of PMI-ACP® Certification to the Professional00:39
      • 4 Value of PMI-ACP® Certification to the Organization00:58
      • 5 PMI-ACP® Eligibility Requirements01:09
      • 6 PMI-ACP® Timeline
      • 7 PMI-ACP® Certification Fees00:52
      • 8 PMI-ACP® Certification Maintenance and Renewal
      • 9 PMI-ACP® Exam Information00:33
      • 10 Domains and Tasks00:19
      • 11 Domains Covered00:21
      • 12 PMI-ACP® Exam Blueprint00:46
      • 13 Practice Questions00:44
      • 14 Sources of Information
      • 15 Conclusion00:08
    • Domain 01 - Agile Principles and Mindset - Part 1 08:58
      • 1 Agile Principles and Mindset00:11
      • 2 Objectives00:20
      • 3 Agile
      • 4 Agile-Best Practices00:39
      • 5 Agile Evolution00:53
      • 6 Agile Manifesto
      • 7 Principles of the Agile Manifesto01:47
      • 8 Agile-Less Engineering, More Enabling00:45
      • 9 Agile Core Principles and Practices01:50
      • 10 What Agile is Not 00:33
      • 11 Benefits of Agile 00:41
      • 12 Agile-Real Life Example00:27
      • 13 Quiz
      • 14 Summary00:43
      • 15 Conclusion00:09
    • Domain 01 - Agile Principles and Mindset - Part 2 34:43
      • 1 Agile Principles and Mindset00:12
      • 2 Objectives00:23
      • 3 Agile Methodologies, Frameworks, and Processes00:45
      • 4 Scrum00:55
      • 5 Three Pillars of Scrum
      • 6 Scrum Roles01:01
      • 7 Scrum Vocabulary
      • 8 Scrum Meetings02:00
      • 9 Project Using Scrum - Example01:31
      • 10 Scrum Roles - Key Points00:38
      • 11 Extreme Programming00:52
      • 12 Five Core Principles of XP01:32
      • 13 XP Practices00:36
      • 14 XP Process Diagram00:44
      • 15 Success of XP Methodology - Example
      • 16 Crystal Methodology00:29
      • 17 Crystal Methodology - Key Principles00:37
      • 18 Crystal Methodology - Key Categories01:07
      • 19 Dynamic Systems Development Method00:57
      • 20 Principles of DSDM Atern01:55
      • 21 Phases of DSDM
      • 22 Feature Driven Development00:58
      • 23 Agile Project Management00:48
      • 24 APM Framework00:45
      • 25 APM and PMBOK® Guide00:27
      • 26 Lean Software Development00:59
      • 27 Lean Principles01:32
      • 28 Kanban01:14
      • 29 Kanban Method - Case Study00:46
      • 30 Lean Kanban Method
      • 31 OpenUP00:45
      • 32 OpenUP - Phases01:26
      • 33 Information Radiators01:15
      • 34 Effective Information Radiators00:55
      • 35 Examples of Information Radiators00:20
      • 36 Knowledge Sharing00:44
      • 37 Knowledge Sharing (contd.)00:36
      • 38 Knowledge Sharing Contexts00:50
      • 39 Servant Leadership00:28
      • 40 Characteristics of a Servant Leader01:32
      • 41 Agile Servant Leadership00:35
      • 42 Quiz
      • 43 Summary01:24
      • 44 Conclusion00:10
    • Domain 02 - Value-Driven Delivery - Part 1 19:11
      • 1 Value - Driven Delivery00:12
      • 2 Objectives00:25
      • 3 Value00:31
      • 4 Forecasting Value00:38
      • 5 Time Value of Money
      • 6 Time Value of Money - Terminologies00:38
      • 7 Future Value and Present Value - Formulas00:10
      • 8 Calculation of Future Value - Example
      • 9 Financial Feasibility of Projects00:50
      • 10 Return on Investment00:28
      • 11 Net Present Value00:53
      • 12 Net Present Value - Example
      • 13 Internal Rate of Return00:58
      • 14 Internal Rate of Return - Example
      • 15 Payback Period00:35
      • 16 NPV, ROI, and Payback Period - Example
      • 17 Prioritization00:38
      • 18 Factors in Prioritization00:41
      • 19 Agile Customer - Value Prioritization01:00
      • 20 Prioritization Techniques00:38
      • 21 Prioritization Techniques - MoSCoW01:24
      • 22 MoSCoW Technique - Example
      • 23 Prioritization Techniques - Kano Model00:50
      • 24 Kano Model - Categories00:57
      • 25 Kano Model - Example
      • 26 Prioritization Techniques - Relative Weighting00:57
      • 27 Relative Weighting - Example00:52
      • 28 Risk Management in Agile00:26
      • 29 Risk Adjusted Product Backlog00:56
      • 30 Risk Adjusted Product Backlog - Example00:37
      • 31 Non - Functional Requirements00:37
      • 32 Prioritization of Non - Functional Requirements00:55
      • 33 Quiz
      • 34 Summary01:15
      • 35 Conclusion00:10
    • Domain 02 - Value-Driven Delivery - Part 2 16:59
      • 1 Value-Driven Delivery00:11
      • 2 Objectives00:33
      • 3 Minimum Marketable Feature
      • 4 Kanban Boards00:45
      • 5 Kanban Cards00:39
      • 6 Simple Kanban Board00:25
      • 7 Detailed Kanban Board01:13
      • 8 Kanban and JIT01:08
      • 9 Siemens Health Services- -Example
      • 10 Incremental Delivery00:53
      • 11 Reviews and Feedback Techniques00:57
      • 12 Benefits of Review and Feedback00:18
      • 13 Reprioritization or Relative Prioritization01:41
      • 14 Prioritization List00:15
      • 15 Agile Compliance01:47
      • 16 Earned Value Management for Agile01:00
      • 17 EVM Terminologies01:39
      • 18 Earned Value Metrics with Formulae00:12
      • 19 Earned Value - Planning Parameters00:21
      • 20 EVM for Agile00:52
      • 21 Agile Earned Value Metrics - Example
      • 22 Agile Contracts01:04
      • 23 Agile Contracting Methods
      • 24 Quiz
      • 25 Summary00:59
      • 26 Conclusion00:07
    • Domain 03 - Stakeholder Engagement - Part 1 20:17
      • 1 Stakeholder Engagement00:08
      • 2 Objectives00:20
      • 3 Stakeholder Management00:40
      • 4 Principles of Stakeholder Management01:11
      • 5 Project Charter00:55
      • 6 Project Charter (contd.)00:49
      • 7 Components of Agile Project Charter00:33
      • 8 Business Case00:55
      • 9 Understanding Stakeholder Needs00:40
      • 10 Agile Wireframes00:49
      • 11 Agile Wireframes - Real Life Example00:21
      • 12 User Story00:44
      • 13 User Story - Card, Conversation, and Confirmation01:15
      • 14 User Story-Attributes
      • 15 Story Card Information01:19
      • 16 User Story Card-Example
      • 17 User Story - Examples00:38
      • 18 Agile Personas01:52
      • 19 Creating Agile Personas - Example00:45
      • 20 Creating Agile Personas - Example (contd.)00:20
      • 21 Theme and Epic01:00
      • 22 Theme and Epic Example
      • 23 Product Backlog01:08
      • 24 Agile Story Maps01:12
      • 25 Assessing and Incorporating Community and Stakeholder Values00:35
      • 26 Assessing and Incorporating Community and Stakeholder Values (contd.)00:39
      • 27 Real Life Example00:41
      • 28 Quiz
      • 29 Summary00:39
      • 30 Conclusion00:09
    • Domain 03 - Stakeholder Engagement - Part 2 18:31
      • 1 Stakeholder Management-200:10
      • 2 Objectives00:26
      • 3 Communication Management01:00
      • 4 Agile Communication00:48
      • 5 Social Media Communication01:00
      • 6 Information Radiators00:24
      • 7 Information Radiators (contd.)
      • 8 Visible Charts00:49
      • 9 Agile Modeling00:41
      • 10 Agile Modeling contd00:42
      • 11 Best Practices of Agile Modeling00:24
      • 12 Active Listening00:24
      • 13 Key Elements of Active Listening00:59
      • 14 Globalization Culture and Team Diversity00:30
      • 15 Cultural Diversity Issues-Recommendations01:18
      • 16 Agile Facilitation Methods01:42
      • 17 Agile Participatory Decision-Making00:54
      • 18 Agile Participatory Decision-Making Models00:35
      • 19 Agile Negotiation01:21
      • 20 Agile Negotiation and Conflict Management01:00
      • 21 Five Levels of Conflict
      • 22 Agile Conflict Resolution01:51
      • 23 Quiz
      • 24 Summary01:26
      • 25 Conclusion00:07
    • Domain 04 - Team Performance - Part 1 13:41
      • 1 Team Performance00:10
      • 2 Objectives00:22
      • 3 Team Formation Stages
      • 4 Building High - Performance Teams01:13
      • 5 HPT - Generalizing Specialist00:52
      • 6 Attributes of High - Performance Agile Teams00:25
      • 7 Building Empowered Teams
      • 8 Setting and Managing Expectations
      • 9 Daily Stand - Up Meeting00:35
      • 10 Introduction to Agile Leadership01:01
      • 11 Leadership Best Practices00:53
      • 12 Adaptive Leadership00:42
      • 13 Adaptive Leadership - ‘Doing Agile’ Tools00:48
      • 14 Management vs. Leadership01:02
      • 15 Coaching and Mentoring Within Teams00:32
      • 16 Agile Coaching00:44
      • 17 Coaching at Levels00:19
      • 18 Skills of an Agile Coach
      • 19 Agile Emotional Intelligence00:35
      • 20 EI and ScrumMastersAgile Project Managers00:42
      • 21 EI Skills Assessment Framework01:03
      • 22 Benefits of EQ00:22
      • 23 Quiz
      • 24 Summary01:13
      • 25 Conclusion00:08
    • Domain 04 - Team Performance - Part 2 14:25
      • 1 Team Performance (2)00:10
      • 2 Objectives00:24
      • 3 Agile Team Motivation
      • 4 Team Space00:35
      • 5 Signs of Bad Team Space00:46
      • 6 Co - Located Teams00:22
      • 7 Distributed Teams00:39
      • 8 Co - Located vs Distributed Teams01:30
      • 9 Osmotic Communication00:23
      • 10 Collaboration and Coordination01:12
      • 11 Collaboration Technology00:38
      • 12 Communication Gap Examples
      • 13 Agile Brainstorming Session00:29
      • 14 Setting up an Effective Brainstorming Session00:40
      • 15 Brainstorming Session - Steps01:23
      • 16 Velocity01:24
      • 17 Velocity-Example 1
      • 18 Velocity-Example 2
      • 19 Unit of Measure for Velocity00:54
      • 20 Sample Velocity Chart00:32
      • 21 Agile Tools00:35
      • 22 Quiz
      • 23 Summary01:43
      • 24 Conclusion00:06
    • Domain 05 - Adaptive Planning - Part 1 26:50
      • 1 Adaptive Planning00:11
      • 2 Objectives00:30
      • 3 Multiple Levels of Planning
      • 4 Aligning Agile Projects to Programs and Portfolios01:27
      • 5 Rolling Wave Planning or Progressive Elaboration01:14
      • 6 Rolling Wave Planning or Progressive Elaboration (contd.)00:34
      • 7 Timeboxing00:49
      • 8 Timeboxing - Best Practices00:43
      • 9 Timeboxing - Advantages00:51
      • 10 Estimation01:20
      • 11 Accuracy vs. Precision00:40
      • 12 Measures of Project Size01:00
      • 13 Relative Sizing00:51
      • 14 Story Points01:03
      • 15 Story Points (contd.)
      • 16 Story Points Estimation - Steps00:54
      • 17 Story Points - Estimation by Analogy00:43
      • 18 Value Points00:54
      • 19 Ideal Days00:31
      • 20 Ideal Days (contd.)00:44
      • 21 Story Points and Ideal Days01:11
      • 22 Estimation Scale01:06
      • 23 Wideband Delphi01:02
      • 24 Wideband Delphi Process01:48
      • 25 Wideband Delphi Technique-Planning Poker01:22
      • 26 Planning Poker - Example00:48
      • 27 Affinity Estimation00:34
      • 28 Affinity Estimation Process
      • 29 Estimation Using T - Shirt Sizing00:25
      • 30 Determining Project Size00:53
      • 31 Project Size Estimation - Real Life Example00:39
      • 32 Project Size Estimation - Explanation00:37
      • 33 Quiz
      • 34 Summary01:17
      • 35 Conclusion00:09
    • Domain 05 - Adaptive Planning - Part 2 25:11
      • 1 Adaptive Planning00:12
      • 2 Objectives00:26
      • 3 Release Plan01:16
      • 4 Steps in Planning a Release00:53
      • 5 Release Planning - Example00:35
      • 6 Release Planning - Example Illustration00:46
      • 7 Agile Product Roadmap00:48
      • 8 Iteration Plan00:52
      • 9 Iteration Length Selection01:22
      • 10 Length of Iterations - Example00:41
      • 11 Velocity - Driven Iteration Planning01:02
      • 12 Commitment - Driven Iteration Planning01:01
      • 13 Iteration Lifecycle
      • 14 Release Plan vs. Iteration Plan00:45
      • 15 Value - Based Analysis and Decomposition
      • 16 Determining Initial Schedule and Cost Range Estimates01:18
      • 17 Determining Initial Schedule and Cost Range Estimates - Example
      • 18 Cone of Uncertainty00:52
      • 19 Agile Cone of Uncertainty00:49
      • 20 Velocity Variations00:56
      • 21 Sprint Reviews01:12
      • 22 Importance of Sprint Reviews00:32
      • 23 Sprint Retrospection00:45
      • 24 Backlog Grooming or Refinement01:37
      • 25 Backlog Grooming or Refinement - Illustration00:41
      • 26 Mid - Course Corrections01:53
      • 27 Mid - Course Corrections - Inspect and Adapt00:50
      • 28 Release Burndown Chart00:40
      • 29 Agile Games00:38
      • 30 Quiz
      • 31 Summary01:42
      • 32 Conclusion00:07
    • Domain 06 - Problem Detection and Resolution - Part 1 17:02
      • 1 Problem Detection and Resolution00:11
      • 2 Objectives00:28
      • 3 Agile Problem Detection00:48
      • 4 Problem Detection Techniques00:19
      • 5 Fishbone Diagram00:36
      • 6 Fishbone Diagram Analysis00:48
      • 7 5 Whys Tool01:23
      • 8 Control Charts01:12
      • 9 Lead Time and Cycle Time01:08
      • 10 Escaped Defects01:05
      • 11 Work In Progress00:51
      • 12 Work In Progress (contd.)01:22
      • 13 Cumulative Flow Diagrams00:34
      • 14 Cumulative Flow Diagrams (contd.)
      • 15 CFD-Little’s Law01:12
      • 16 Work In Progress-Detailed00:38
      • 17 CFD with Bottleneck00:56
      • 18 Agile Problem-Solving00:24
      • 19 Agile Problem-Solving-Best Practices01:49
      • 20 Quiz
      • 21 Summary01:07
      • 22 Conclusion00:11
    • Domain 06 - Problem Detection and Resolution - Part 2 18:59
      • 1 Problem Detection and Resolution00:11
      • 2 Objectives00:22
      • 3 Metric and Measure00:30
      • 4 Benefits of Metrics00:28
      • 5 Types of Metrics
      • 6 Baseline Metrics00:26
      • 7 Actual Metrics or Actuals00:43
      • 8 Best Practices00:21
      • 9 Burn Charts00:37
      • 10 Variance Analysis
      • 11 Trend Analysis00:57
      • 12 Variance and Trend Analysis00:36
      • 13 Risk Management in Agile01:12
      • 14 Risk Management Lifecycle01:06
      • 15 Step 1-Risk Identification00:32
      • 16 Risk Identification Opportunities01:39
      • 17 Step 2-Risk Assessment00:54
      • 18 Risk Assessment-Risk Census00:35
      • 19 Step 2-Risk Assessment
      • 20 Step 3-Risk Response Strategies01:25
      • 21 Step 4-Risk Review01:05
      • 22 Risk Log
      • 23 Risk Burndown Chart00:48
      • 24 Risk Profile Graphs00:51
      • 25 Progressive Risk Reduction00:55
      • 26 Spike00:45
      • 27 Agile Failure Modes00:44
      • 28 Agile Coach Failure Modes
      • 29 Quiz
      • 30 Summary01:08
      • 31 Conclusion00:09
    • Domain 07 - Continuous Improvement - Part 1 26:05
      • 1 Continuous Improvement 100:12
      • 2 Objectives00:26
      • 3 Kaizen - Introduction00:46
      • 4 Kaizen - Introduction (contd.)00:37
      • 5 Kaizen - Key Aspects00:17
      • 6 Retrospectives01:00
      • 7 Retrospectives-Agenda00:28
      • 8 Importance of Retrospectives00:33
      • 9 Conducting a Retrospective-Factors00:35
      • 10 Conducting a Retrospective - Steps
      • 11 Techniques to Conduct Retrospectives01:08
      • 12 Brainstorming Techniques00:46
      • 13 Process Analysis Technique00:48
      • 14 Agile Process Tailoring01:06
      • 15 Agile Process Tailoring - ShuHaRi
      • 16 Quality in Agile01:12
      • 17 Project and Quality Standards for Agile Projects00:43
      • 18 Quality in Agile - Best Practices00:34
      • 19 Quality Best Practices - Frequent Verification and Validation01:18
      • 20 Quality Best Practices - Frequent Verification and Validation (contd.)00:36
      • 21 Quality Best Practices - Exploratory Testing00:46
      • 22 Quality Best Practices - Exploratory Testing (contd.)00:32
      • 23 Quality Best Practices - Usability Testing01:01
      • 24 Quality Best Practices - Test - Driven Development00:57
      • 25 Quality Best Practices - Test - Driven Development (contd.)01:22
      • 26 Test - Driven Development - Advantages01:15
      • 27 Quality Best Practices - Acceptance Test - Driven Development00:58
      • 28 Acceptance Test - Driven Development Cycle
      • 29 Effectiveness of TDD - Experiment 100:55
      • 30 Quality Best Practices - Continuous Integration01:22
      • 31 Best Practices of Continuous Integration00:55
      • 32 Quality Best Practices - Definition of Done00:40
      • 33 Checklist for Story Completion00:59
      • 34 Quiz
      • 35 Summary01:09
      • 36 Conclusion00:09
    • Domain 07 - Continuous Improvement - Part 2 16:12
      • 1 Continuous Improvement00:13
      • 2 Objectives00:28
      • 3 Value Stream Mapping00:54
      • 4 Value Stream Mapping - Stages01:01
      • 5 Value Stream Mapping-Steps
      • 6 Value Stream Mapping - Example00:30
      • 7 Value Stream Mapping Example - Solution00:39
      • 8 Value Stream Mapping Example - Outcome00:22
      • 9 Seven Forms of Waste01:38
      • 10 Agile Flowcharts01:12
      • 11 Flowchart Symbols00:20
      • 12 Flowchart Sample00:18
      • 13 Agile Spaghetti Diagrams00:40
      • 14 Spaghetti Diagrams - Steps00:44
      • 15 Benefits of Spaghetti Diagram00:24
      • 16 Self - Assessment01:00
      • 17 Organizational Self - Assessment00:29
      • 18 Written Communication in Agile01:10
      • 19 Facilitated Workshops01:27
      • 20 Workshop Facilitator00:58
      • 21 Principles of System Thinking
      • 22 Principles of System Thinking (contd.)00:34
      • 23 Quiz
      • 24 Summary01:01
      • 25 Conclusion00:10
    • What’s next? 05:00
      • The Next Step05:00
    • Final Words 04:50
      • Final Words04:50
    • Tips and Tricks 21:10
      • 1 The Strategic Approach x26402:21
      • 2 The Strategic Approach01:57
      • 3 Question Strategies02:25
      • 4 Pairwise Connections01:44
      • 5 Memorization Chart02:38
      • 6 Leveraging Practice Exams x26402:39
      • 7 How to Use your Tutorial Time02:17
      • 8 Exam Strategies02:36
      • 9 Exam Application Process02:33
    • The Agile Practice Guide 33:57
      • 1 The Agile Practice Guide - Part 108:36
      • 2 The Agile Practice Guide - Part 213:08
      • 3 The Agile Practice Guide - Part 312:13
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  • How will I become a PMI®-Agile Certified Practitioner?

    Candidates need to follow these steps to become PMI Agile Certified Practitioner:

    • Take a formal training on PMI - ACP
    • Gain PMI membership
    • Pay the exam fee to schedule the exam

    Once a candidate qualifies for the exam, he earns the PMI-ACP certificate from PMI.

    Disclaimer: PMI, PMBOK, PMP, PgMP, CAPM, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
     

  • What are the prerequisites for PMI Agile Certified Practitioner exam?

    Candidates can register for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner certification only if they meet the following criteria:
    • A secondary degree or higher
    • Working experience in general project management for a duration of 2000 hours in the last five years
    • Professionals should have worked on Agile project teams for a minimum of 1,500 hours during the past 3 years

    Course advisor

    Jeff Allen
    Jeff Allen Project Management and Agile Expert, Consultant, Author

    Jeff Allen is a highly-regarded project management and Agile expert with more than 15 years of experience at large companies like Compaq and HP. As an Agile Coach, he has mentored over 5000 professionals globally.

    Reviews

    Senthil Kumar
    Senthil Kumar Project Manager at Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions, Bangalore

    The trainer's way of explaining things and handling questions was very good. Overall I am very satisfied with the course. Thank you Simplilearn.

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    Balaji Natarajan
    Balaji Natarajan Project Manager, Bangalore

    Excellent training. Provides a complete knowledge of all the key functionality of agile and tips for clearing the exam.

    Prashant Sonawane
    Prashant Sonawane Team Lead @Zensar Technologies, Bangalore

    The trainer addressed all the questions very well during the session. Very impressed with your method of online training. With all the right elements, feels trust worthy to train with you.

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    Vidya Shankar
    Vidya Shankar Manager, Bangalore

    After attending this PMI-ACP course. I learnt new things which I wasn’t aware earlier & also this training made me more confident in deciding to go for PMI-ACP certification exam.

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    Pandiaraj N
    Pandiaraj N Technical Lead, Bangalore

    The training was a good starting point for the ACP Exam. Had good insight on Agile Methodologies and their usefulness.

    Seema Sonkiya
    Seema Sonkiya Bangalore

    Trainer is certified and worlairy as power project manager. So his way of delivering things is close to real practical life. So I like the combination of certificates training and project management experience.

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    Soumendra Kumar Das
    Soumendra Kumar Das Director - Projects at Cognizant Technology Solutions, Kolkata

    I have registered for the Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) course from Simplilearn. The content of the self-paced learning program is excellent. The best part is that the subunits in each of the domains are very well organized. Simplilearn does not just try to make you pass the examination, they prepare you in such a way that the fundamentals are clarified as well.

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    Single comprehensive resource to learn all about PMI-ACP. The course is very informative and drastically reduces the study time needed to prepare for and pass PMI-ACP exam.

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    Rajesh Nagwekar
    Rajesh Nagwekar Pune

    The training content was modified as per my requirement. All questions were clarified and they were practical . The sessions were completed on time without missing any areas.

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    Alok Upadyay
    Alok Upadyay Agile Coach & Leadership Trainer, Pune

    Good experience about agile methodologies, tools and techniques . The pointers and task oriented games were amazingly helpful in understanding the key concepts.

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    Sachin Joshi
    Sachin Joshi Pune

    The trainer had a very good knowledge about the methodology, he answered all our queries. The focus was on making the concept clearer.

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    Mohan M C Chennai

    Overall a good program. Trainer was able to teach the principles and methodologies effectively and I can apply the rules and technologies to my real life projects.

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    Rajaraman H
    Rajaraman H Chennai

    Training was good; examples and video clips were quite relevant to the ACP syllabus plan. Overall it covered all agile areas.

    Ramesh C
    Ramesh C Chennai

    Training was time boxed, regulation to agile knowledge.

    Saurabh Saxena
    Saurabh Saxena Delhi

    Training was very good . The course coverage was in-depth and with clarity.

    FAQs

    • What is the average salary for a Agile Coach in Bangalore?

      Professionals have a considerable earning capability after pursuing a PMI - ACP Certification in Bangalore. Statistically, an Agile Coach can earn up to Rs 1,744,072 per annum in Bangalore, according to Payscale.

    • What are other types of roles within the Agile and Scrum space available in Bangalore?

      Professionals can explore various other roles in the field of Agile and Scrum in Bangalore such as:

      • Agile Tester
      • Agile Transformation Coach
      • Project Manager Agile Coach

    • Which companies are hiring Agile Coachs in Bangalore?

      Companies in Bangalore hiring Agile and Scrum specialist are IBM, Ingersoll Rand, Honeywell, and Capgemini.

    • Who are our instructors and how are they selected?

      Simplilearn has specific criteria of selecting the trainers who possess higher alumni rating. We ensure that the trainers are not only PMI-ACP certified, but also have 15+ years of teaching experience in the field of Agile and Scrum. Simplilearn appoints mentors after thorough profile screening and technical assessment along with a training demonstration. 

    • Is the course aligned to the latest exam and course changes implemented by PMI?

      Yes, the course has been designed including the updates introduced in 2018 by PMI.

    • What certification will I receive?

      There are specifically two certificates offered. One is the course completion certificate awarded by Simplilearn including the 21 hours PDU certificate. Other is the esteemed PMI-ACP certification awarded by PMI only after passing the PMI-ACP certification exam. 

    • Is this live training, or will I watch pre-recorded videos?

      Simplilearn has a global audience to attend its classes and enhance the candidate’s learning experience. Our classes are conducted through live online streaming where the candidates can have an interaction with the mentors and get their queries resolved. Recordings of each class are, however, provided to the candidates for their assistance.

    • What tools do I need to attend the PMI ACP training sessions?

      The system requirements to take the PMI ACP training sessions are:
      • Headset, speakers, and microphone for live online sessions
      • OS: Mac OSX 10.6 or higher or Windows XP SP3 or higher
      • Internet connection with 512 Kbps or higher preferable speed

    • What is included with the PMI ACP training?

      The PMI ACP training course in Bangalore comes with:
      • E-learning content
      • Simulation tests for better preparation
      • Online participant handbook that helps the candidates to get the further reference to the provided material

    • Is PMI ACP exam fee included in the course fee?

      No, the course fee is exclusive of the PMI ACP exam fee. Candidates are required to apply and pay for the exam directly to the Project Management Institute (PMI).  

    • How many questions are there in the PMI-ACP® exam?

      The PMI-ACP exam is of three hours duration in which the candidates have to attempt 100 scored items. There are also 20 unscored (pre-test) items which remain unidentified and distributed throughout the exam in a random manner.

    • Do you provide assistance for the PMI ACP exam application process?

      Visit community.simplilearn.com and get in touch with other candidates who have already enrolled for the course and get your queries resolved. Simplilearn has also included an introduction on how to apply for PMI ACP exam in the course.

    • How does Simplilearn assure me that the training and course material delivered are effective?

      Simplilearn tries to provide the knowledge that is not only beneficial for an exam but proves to be useful practically. Our mentors ensure that the candidates pass the exam in their first attempt through a hands-on learning approach.

    • Can I cancel my enrollment? Do I get a refund?

      We will refund the course price if the candidate wishes to cancel his enrollment. An administration fee will be only deducted. Check our Refund Policy to find out more.

    • I’d like to learn more about this training program. Whom should I contact?

      Our customer service representatives can be contacted easily via a Contact Us form available on the right of all our website page.
       

    • What is the Certification Process?

      The candidates get the benefit of a well-defined process of certification and gaining the confidence to face the IT domain complexities. To unlock the Simplilearn certificate, the candidates need to:

      • Attend one full batch or complete 85% of the course
      • Passing the simulation exams
      • Submit the project and get our mentor’s approval for the same

    • What is Global Teaching Assistance?

      The mentors selected by Simplilearn are subject matter experts and provide assistance during working hours. They are capable of keeping the candidates interactive during the complete course. Candidates are trained right from class onboarding till project completion, and we strive that they pass the test in their first attempt. 

    • What is covered under the 24/7 Support promise?

      We provide a support team that provides on-demand teaching assistance on our community forum. There is the option of support through chat, email, and calls available 24/7. Moreover, the community forum comes with an unlimited period of access, even after course completion. 

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