PMI-ACP® (Agile Certified Practitioner) Training in Seattle, United States

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Course Overview

This PMI-ACP course covers agile methodologies, tools, and techniques and provides real-life scenarios throughout the course. It also includes the concepts of the newly added Agile Practice Guide, a reference resource for the PMI-ACP exam. This training program is aligned with the 2017 PMI® guidelines to help you pass your PMI-ACP exam.

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  • 1 industry case study and 61 real life examples
  • 21 PDUs offered
  • 102 end-of-chapter quizzes & 4 simulation exams
  • 1 industry case study and 61 real life examples
  • 102 end-of-chapter quizzes & 4 simulation exams
  • 21 PDUs offered
  • 1 industry case study and 61 real life examples
  • 102 end-of-chapter quizzes & 4 simulation exams
  • 21 PDUs offered

Skills Covered

  • Agile Principles and Mindset
  • Working knowledge of Agile
  • Delivering highvelocity stories
  • Adaptive Planning
  • Multiiterative models
  • Agile principles
  • Agile Principles and Mindset
  • Adaptive Planning
  • Working knowledge of Agile
  • Multiiterative models
  • Delivering highvelocity stories
  • Agile principles
  • Agile Principles and Mindset
  • Adaptive Planning
  • Working knowledge of Agile
  • Multiiterative models
  • Delivering highvelocity stories
  • Agile principles

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Benefits

Agile Certified Practitioners earn more than their uncertified colleagues, often with annual salaries exceeding USD $100,000.

  • Designation
  • Annual Salary
  • Hiring Companies
  • Annual Salary
    $60KMin
    $85KAverage
    $136KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    EY hiring for Project Manager professionals in Seattle
    Vodafone hiring for Project Manager professionals in Seattle
    IBM hiring for Project Manager professionals in Seattle
    Genpact hiring for Project Manager professionals in Seattle
    Cognizant hiring for Project Manager professionals in Seattle
    Source: Indeed
  • Annual Salary
    $59KMin
    $83KAverage
    $113KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Citi hiring for Technical business analyst professionals in Seattle
    Wells Fargo hiring for Technical business analyst professionals in Seattle
    Deutsche Bank hiring for Technical business analyst professionals in Seattle
    Oracle hiring for Technical business analyst professionals in Seattle
    EY hiring for Technical business analyst professionals in Seattle
    Source: Indeed
  • Annual Salary
    $59KMin
    $83KAverage
    $113KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Wells Fargo hiring for Business Analyst professionals in Seattle
    CITI hiring for Business Analyst professionals in Seattle
    EY hiring for Business Analyst professionals in Seattle
    Accenture hiring for Business Analyst professionals in Seattle
    Source: Indeed
  • Annual Salary
    $46KMin
    $66KAverage
    $107KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    IBM hiring for Agile Project Manager professionals in Seattle
    Standard Chartered hiring for Agile Project Manager professionals in Seattle
    Oracle hiring for Agile Project Manager professionals in Seattle
    VMware hiring for Agile Project Manager professionals in Seattle
    Source: Indeed

Training Options

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  • Private cohorts available
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  • Skills assessment & benchmarking
  • Platform integration capabilities
  • Dedicated customer success manager

Course Curriculum

Eligibility

PMI Agile certification is a professional requirement throughout the IT and tech industries for all project management roles globally. This PMI-ACP Certification course is best suited for project managers, agile team members, associate managers, team leads, managers, project executives, software developers, and any professionals aspiring to become project managers.
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Pre-requisites

To apply for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner certification PMI, it is mandatory to have a secondary degree or higher, 2000 hours of general project management experience in the last five years, and at least 1500 hours of experience working on agile project teams during the last three years.
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Course Content

  • Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®

    Preview
    • Lesson 1: Course Introduction

      16:42Preview
      • 0.1 Course Introduction
        03:36
      • 0.2 Eligibility Requirements
        05:36
      • 0.3 Certification Fees and Renewal
        05:30
      • 0.4 About Our Course
        02:00
    • Lesson 2: Agile Principles and Mindset - Part 1

      25:18Preview
      • 1.01 Agile Principles and Mindset - Part One
        00:41
      • 1.02 Introduction to Agile
        03:06
      • 1.03 Agile Engineering Practices
        02:35
      • 1.04 The Agile Manifesto
        01:36
      • 1.05 Agile Manifesto Explained
        02:25
      • 1.06 Principles of Agile Manifesto
        02:17
      • 1.07 Applying the Principles of Agile Manifesto
        01:43
      • 1.08 Agile Core Principles and Practices
        03:41
      • 1.09 Benefits of Agile
        02:56
      • 1.10 Project Life Cycle Characteristics
        03:46
      • 1.11 Key Takeaways
        00:32
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 3: Agile Principles and Mindset - Part 2

      52:31Preview
      • 2.01 Agile Principles and Mindset - Part Two
        00:48
      • 2.02 Agile Methodologies
        01:36
      • 2.03 Agile Mindset
        02:45
      • 2.04 Where to Apply Agile
        01:06
      • 2.05 Meaning of Scrum
        01:06
      • 2.06 Features of Scrum
        02:15
      • 2.07 Three Pillars of Scrum
        02:25
      • 2.08 Scrum Roles
        00:55
      • 2.09 Key Terms of Scrum
        02:40
      • 2.10 Scrum Meetings
        02:31
      • 2.11 Scrum: An Empirical Process
        02:05
      • 2.12 Extreme Programming
        02:45
      • 2.13 Extreme Programming Practices - Part A
        01:36
      • 2.14 Extreme Programming Practices - Part B
        01:28
      • 2.15 Roles in Extreme Programming
        02:03
      • 2.16 Process Diagram of XP
        02:01
      • 2.17 Crystal Method
        00:30
      • 2.18 Properties of Crystal Method
        03:04
      • 2.19 Key Categories of Crystal Method - Part A
        03:40
      • 2.20 Key Categories of Crystal Method - Part B
        00:47
      • 2.21 Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)
        00:29
      • 2.22 Basic Principles of Atern
        02:41
      • 2.23 Planning Philosophy in DSDM
        00:57
      • 2.24 DSDM Techniques
        02:21
      • 2.25 DSDM Phases
        01:43
      • 2.26 Feature-Driven Development
        01:05
      • 2.27 Agile Project Management
        03:22
      • 2.28 Key Takeaways
        01:47
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 4: Value-Driven Delivery - Part 1

      30:52Preview
      • 3.01 Value-Driven Delivery - Part One
        00:56
      • 3.02 Quantifying Customer Value
        01:53
      • 3.03 Time Value of Money
        02:03
      • 3.04 Time Value of Money: Example
        01:29
      • 3.05 The Financial Feasibility of Projects
        00:55
      • 3.06 Return on Investment ROI
        00:36
      • 3.07 Net Present Value (NPV)
        02:19
      • 3.08 Net Present Value (NPV): Example
        02:41
      • 3.09 Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
        01:21
      • 3.10 Payback Period
        00:41
      • 3.11 Payback Period: Example
        03:07
      • 3.12 Prioritization of Functional Requirements
        03:19
      • 3.13 MoSCoW
        01:40
      • 3.14 Kano Model
        01:29
      • 3.15 Relative Weighting
        02:25
      • 3.16 Prioritization of Non-Functional Requirements
        01:35
      • 3.17 Risk Management in Agile
        01:28
      • 3.18 Key Takeaways
        00:55
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 5: Value-Driven Delivery - Part 2

      23:27Preview
      • 4.01 Value-Driven Delivery - Part Two
        00:48
      • 4.02 Minimal Viable Product
        00:43
      • 4.03 Project Planning Using MVP
        03:11
      • 4.04 Agile Compliance
        00:35
      • 4.05 Key Drivers of Agile Compliance
        00:33
      • 4.06 Incremental Delivery
        00:58
      • 4.07 Review and Feedback
        02:02
      • 4.08 Earned Value Management
        02:31
      • 4.09 Earned Value Metrics
        03:02
      • 4.10 Earned Value Metrics: Example
        02:17
      • 4.11 Agile Contracts: Components
        00:55
      • 4.12 Agile Contracting Methods
        00:30
      • 4.13 Fixed-Price or Fixed-Scope Contract
        00:26
      • 4.14 Time and Materials (T and M) Contract
        00:29
      • 4.15 T and M with Fixed Scope and Cost Ceiling
        00:31
      • 4.16 T and M with Variable Scope and Cost Ceiling
        00:27
      • 4.17 Bonus or Penalty Clauses
        00:51
      • 4.18 Rolling Agile Contracts
        00:35
      • 4.19 Terms Used in Agile Contracts
        00:53
      • 4.20 Key Takeaways
        01:10
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 6: Stakeholder Engagement - Part 1

      20:45Preview
      • 5.01 Stakeholder Engagement - Part One
        00:43
      • 5.02 Stakeholder Management
        02:04
      • 5.03 Project Charter
        01:22
      • 5.04 Understanding Stakeholder Needs
        00:39
      • 5.05 Agile Wireframes
        01:27
      • 5.06 User Story
        03:11
      • 5.07 Story Card Information
        02:30
      • 5.08 Agile Personas
        03:04
      • 5.09 Theme and Epic
        02:21
      • 5.10 Agile Story Maps
        01:27
      • 5.11 Community and Stakeholder Values
        01:16
      • 5.12 Key Takeaways
        00:41
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 7: Stakeholder Engagement - Part 2

      25:18Preview
      • 6.01 Stakeholder Engagement - Part Two
        00:51
      • 6.02 Community Management
        01:14
      • 6.03 Communication and Knowledge Sharing
        00:56
      • 6.04 Social Media Communication
        01:17
      • 6.05 Information Radiators
        00:38
      • 6.06 Burnup and Burndown Charts
        03:02
      • 6.07 Kanban or Task Board
        00:49
      • 6.08 Impediment Logs
        00:46
      • 6.09 Characteristics of Information Radiators
        01:06
      • 6.10 Agile Modeling
        01:47
      • 6.11 Active Listening
        00:30
      • 6.12 Key Elements of Active Listening
        00:59
      • 6.13 Globalization Diversity and Cultural Sensitivity
        01:24
      • 6.14 Cultural Diversity Issues: Recommendations
        01:20
      • 6.15 Agile Facilitation Methods
        02:24
      • 6.16 Agile Negotiation and Conflict Management
        02:28
      • 6.17 Five Levels of Conflict
        02:48
      • 6.18 Key Takeaways
        00:59
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 8: Team Performance - Part 1

      13:07Preview
      • 7.01 Team Performance - Part One
        00:41
      • 7.02 Features and Composition of Agile Teams
        02:59
      • 7.03 Stages of Agile Team Formation
        01:19
      • 7.04 High Performance Teams
        01:27
      • 7.05 Generalizing Specialist
        01:05
      • 7.06 Team Responsibility
        01:53
      • 7.07 Self-Organization
        02:52
      • 7.08 Key Takeaways
        00:51
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 9: Team Performance - Part 2

      36:11Preview
      • 8.01 Team Performance - Part Two
        00:48
      • 8.02 Agile Leadership
        01:00
      • 8.03 Best Practices of Agile Leadership
        00:58
      • 8.04 Management vs Leadership
        00:58
      • 8.05 Servant Leadership
        01:16
      • 8.06 Coaching and Mentoring
        00:35
      • 8.07 Agile Coaching
        02:16
      • 8.08 Agile Emotional Intelligence
        01:46
      • 8.09 Team Motivation
        00:37
      • 8.10 Maslow’s Theory
        04:31
      • 8.11 Frederick Herzberg's Theory
        00:56
      • 8.12 McClelland's Theory
        01:20
      • 8.13 Boehm's Theory
        00:45
      • 8.14 Team Space
        01:47
      • 8.15 Co-Located Teams
        00:36
      • 8.16 Distributed Teams
        01:03
      • 8.17 Co-Located vs. Distributed Teams
        01:47
      • 8.18 Osmotic Communication
        00:29
      • 8.19 Team Collaboration and Coordination
        01:23
      • 8.20 Collaboration Technology
        00:44
      • 8.21 Communication Gap-Example One
        02:35
      • 8.22 Communication Gap-Example Two
        01:21
      • 8.23 Brainstorming Sessions
        01:18
      • 8.24 Team Velocity
        01:36
      • 8.25 Velocity-Example One
        00:36
      • 8.26 Velocity-Example Two
        00:53
      • 8.27 Sample Velocity Chart
        00:34
      • 8.28 Agile Tools
        00:39
      • 8.29 Key Takeaways
        01:04
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 10: Adaptive Planning - Part 1

      32:03Preview
      • 9.01 Adaptive Planning - Part One
        00:53
      • 9.02 Planning Philosophy
        02:11
      • 9.03 Aligning Agile Projects
        01:37
      • 9.04 Rolling Wave Planning
        01:33
      • 9.05 Timeboxing
        00:56
      • 9.06 Best Practices of Timeboxing
        01:01
      • 9.07 Advantages of Timeboxing
        01:25
      • 9.08 Agile Estimation
        01:49
      • 9.09 Story Points
        02:41
      • 9.10 Assigning Story Points
        02:19
      • 9.11 Story Points Estimation
        02:24
      • 9.12 Story Points Estimation Scale: Example
        01:01
      • 9.13 Value Points
        00:47
      • 9.14 Ideal Days
        01:25
      • 9.15 Story Points vs. Ideal Days
        01:30
      • 9.16 Wideband Delphi Technique
        01:58
      • 9.17 Planning Poker
        01:05
      • 9.18 Planning Poker: Example
        01:37
      • 9.19 Affinity Estimation
        02:31
      • 9.20 Key Takeaways
        01:20
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 11: Adaptive Planning - Part 2

      32:12Preview
      • 10.1 Adaptive Planning - Part Two
        00:49
      • 10.2 Project Size Estimation
        02:20
      • 10.3 Release Plan
        01:57
      • 10.4 Release Plan: Example
        02:51
      • 10.5 Iteration Plan
        02:43
      • 10.6 Types of Iteration Planning
        02:23
      • 10.7 Iteration Lifecycle: Example
        01:49
      • 10.8 Release Plan vs. Iteration Plan
        01:02
      • 10.9 Agile Product Roadmap
        02:07
      • 10.10 Backlog Refinement - Part Two
        01:52
      • 10.11 Value-Based Analysis and Decomposition
        01:28
      • 10.12 Agile Cone of Uncertainty
        02:39
      • 10.13 Velocity Variations
        01:17
      • 10.14 Sprint Reviews
        01:40
      • 10.15 Sprint Retrospectives
        01:19
      • 10.16 Mid-Course Corrections
        02:56
      • 10.17 Key Takeaways
        01:00
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 12: Problem Detection and Resolution - Part 1

      24:27Preview
      • 11.1 Problem Detection and Resolution - Part One
        00:52
      • 11.2 Agile Problem Detection
        01:17
      • 11.3 Problem Detection Techniques
        00:24
      • 11.4 Fishbone Diagram
        01:41
      • 11.5 Five Whys Technique
        01:50
      • 11.6 Control Charts
        01:16
      • 11.7 Lead Time and Cycle Time
        01:22
      • 11.8 Kanban
        01:39
      • 11.9 Kanban Process
        00:44
      • 11.10 Example of Kanban Board
        01:49
      • 11.11 Work In Progress
        02:12
      • 11.12 Managing Constraints
        01:51
      • 11.13 Little’s Law
        01:24
      • 11.14 Escaped Defects
        02:23
      • 11.15 Agile Problem Solving
        02:47
      • 11.16 Key Takeaways
        00:56
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 13: Problem Detection and Resolution - Part 2

      22:27Preview
      • 12.1 Adaptive Planning
        00:57
      • 12.2 Metrics and Measures
        00:52
      • 12.3 Benefits of Metrics
        01:37
      • 12.4 Examples of Metrics
        01:04
      • 12.5 Baseline Metrics
        00:54
      • 12.6 Variance and Trend Analysis
        02:44
      • 12.7 Risk Management Life Cycle
        01:23
      • 12.8 Step One-Risk Identification
        01:07
      • 12.9 Step Two-Risk Assessment
        01:18
      • 12.10 Step Three-Risk Response Strategies
        01:09
      • 12.11 Step Four-Risk Review
        00:19
      • 12.12 Risk Log
        00:50
      • 12.13 Risk Burndown Chart
        00:53
      • 12.14 Risk Profile Graph
        01:15
      • 12.15 Spike
        01:02
      • 12.16 Agile Failure Modes
        01:28
      • 12.17 Agile Coach Failure Modes
        01:48
      • 12.18 Troubleshooting Guidelines
        00:35
      • 12.19 Key Takeaways
        01:12
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 14: Continuous Improvement - Part 1

      27:36Preview
      • 13.1 Continuous Improvement - Part One
        00:48
      • 13.2 Kaizen
        01:46
      • 13.3 Kaizen in Agile
        00:40
      • 13.4 Lean
        02:13
      • 13.5.Defining Waste Manufacturing and Software Development
        02:20
      • 13.6 A Five Step Process to Becoming Lean
        00:46
      • 13.7 Value Stream Mapping
        04:16
      • 13.8 Agile Retrospectives
        01:20
      • 13.9 Cargo Smells
        02:24
      • 13.10 Conducting a Retrospective
        03:00
      • 13.11 Brainstorming Techniques
        01:45
      • 13.12 Process Analysis Techniques
        01:13
      • 13.13 Agile Process Tailoring
        02:27
      • 13.14 Project Factors That Influence Tailoring
        01:54
      • 13.15 Key Takeaways
        00:44
      • Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 15: Continuous Improvement - Part 2

      22:12Preview
      • 14.1 Continuous Improvement - Part Two
        00:43
      • 14.2 Quality in Agile
        01:14
      • 14.3 Best Practices for Quality in Agile
        00:40
      • 14.4 Best Practice One-Verification and Validation
        00:58
      • 14.5 Best Practice Two-Exploratory Testing
        00:50
      • 14.6 Best Practice Three-Usability Testing
        00:59
      • 14.7 Best Practice Four-Test-Driven Development
        01:57
      • 14.8 Test-Driven Development Advantages
        02:34
      • 14.9 Acceptance Test-Driven Development Cycle (ATDD)
        01:29
      • 14.10 Best Practice Five: Continuous Integration
        02:19
      • 14.11 Best Practice Six: Definition of Done
        00:39
      • 14.12 Testing Pyramid and Quadrant
        01:45
      • 14.13 Checklist for Story Completion
        01:36
      • 14.14 Agile Flowchart
        01:22
      • 14.15 Agile Spaghetti Diagram
        01:35
      • 14.16 Organizational Self Assessment
        00:36
      • 14.17 Key Takeaways
        00:56
      • Knowledge Check

Project

  • Project 1

    Ecommerce Website Functionality Creation

    You will learn how the three agile roles (Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Scrum Team) complement each other in a real-time project on Jira.

  • Project 2

    Smart Weather

    You will complete two industry-based tasks for the product owner of a new technology division. The projects involve creating a portal to provide weather-based services.

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Course Advisor

  • Bryan Campbell

    Bryan Campbell

    President at 7 C's Consulting and Agile Project and Program Manager

    Bryan Campbell is a highly respected Agile Coach and Project Manager with more than 25 years of experience managing projects, programs and PMOs around the world.  He specializes in agile transformation for enterprise, scale PMOs.

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Exam & Certification

PMI-ACP Certificate in Seattle
  • What are the prerequisites for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner exam?

    To apply for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner Certification PMI, you should have:

    • A secondary degree or higher

    • 2000 hours of general project management experience in the last five years

    • At least 1,500 hours of experience working on agile project teams during the last three years

  • Do you provide any practice tests as part of this course?

    Yes, we provide one practice test as part of our course to help you prepare for the certification exam, so that you can clear the exam on the first attempt. You can try this free PMI-ACP® Exam Practice Test to understand the type of tests in the course curriculum and prepare for the agile experience.

  • What are the steps to get PMI-ACP certification?

    We have curated this step-by-step guide to help you obtain PMI-ACP certification and improve your employment options. 

    Get Trained 

    To get PMI-ACP certification, you need to get trained properly. There are many online and offline PMI-ACP training courses you can enroll in. Simplilearn's PMI-ACP Certification Training Course is one of the best, and advanced courses, ideal for any beginner and novice agile trainer. 

    Take The Exam 

    You must take the PMI-ACP exam after completing the training course and learning the required concepts and skills. You need to submit your application to PMI.org to take the PMI-ACP exam. Ensure you fill in your contact information, education details, and work experience. 

    If you pass the PMI-ACP certification exam, you can obtain the PMI-ACP certification to upskill your career. You must secure an approximate 70% score to pass this exam. After passing the Agile Certified Practitioner, PMI-ACP exam, you will get the official PMI-ACP certification, which is valid for three years.

  • Who should take the PMI-ACP certification?

    Adopting an agile mindset enables teams to adapt quickly to changing circumstances and continuously improve their processes. So, anyone who wants to acquire agile knowledge and work in the field as a disciplined agile scrum master can obtain the PMI-ACP certification.

    Here are some working professionals who will significantly benefit from a certified practitioner PMI-ACP certification. 

    • Software Engineers 
    • Product Managers 
    • Team Leaders 
    • Business Analysts 
    • Development Team Members 

  • What knowledge and skills can I expect after completing the PMI-ACP course?

    By implementing agile methodologies, organizations can enhance their flexibility, improve team collaboration, and deliver projects more efficiently. After finishing the PMI-ACP certification, you will gain knowledge about various topics, including agile evolution, agile best practices, agile project management, agile principles, methodologies, frameworks, and processes. You will also learn about the three pillars of scrum, many approaches to agile, the scrum framework, how it works, and more. 

  • What can you do with a PMI-ACP?

    With a PMI-ACP certification, you open up opportunities for diverse career roles, including:

    • Agile Project Manager
    • Agile Coach
    • Software Project Manager
    • Certified ScrumMaster
    • Business Analyst
    • Kanban Coach
    • Product Developer
    • Software Engineer
    • Quality Assurance Tester
    • Agile Team Lead
    • IT Manager 
    • Product Owner
    • Project Director 

  • What are the benefits of PMI-ACP certification?

    There are numerous benefits of obtaining your PMI-ACP certification, which are listed here: 

    • PMI-ACP certification is a globally recognized certification that allows you to get employment opportunities from global companies. 
    • The demand for professionals with PMI-ACP certification is relatively high, as many businesses adopt agile practices and methodologies. 
    • You will gain in-depth knowledge of agile principles and various agile project skills. 
    • A PMI-ACP certification will strengthen your professional work portfolio and make you stand out from other candidates. 
    • People who have PMI Agile Certified Practitioner ACP certification receive higher salary packages than those who don't have this certificate. 
    • PMI-ACP Agile Certified credential will offer employment opportunities and job security. 
    • Agile project experience will help you learn valuable skills in adaptability, collaboration, and delivering high-quality results within dynamic environments.

Reviews

  • Kellye Bennett

    Kellye Bennett

    Program Management at Fingertips Consulting, Washington

    Simplilearn is one of most resourceful in preparation for certifications. The courses prepare you for immediate application to process improvement, coaching and project management. I would highly recommend Simplilearn to busy professionals, seeking to expand their knowledge and prepare for certifications.

  • Bob Hays

    Bob Hays

    Founder at Selwyn Web Design, Little Rock

    I love these guys! I have enrolled in the PMI-ACP® Certification at Simplilearn. I highly recommend these guys. Their customer service, learning management system (LMS), course content, and cloud labs are very helpful.

  • Myron C McCloud

    Myron C McCloud

    Project Manager @Wells Fargo, Houston

    The trainer was excellent. I feel much better about learning PMI-ACP, and my chances of passing the exam the first time.

  • Balamurugan Gunasekaran

    Balamurugan Gunasekaran

    Consultant, Houston

    The training really provided valuable knowledge and the trainer had in-depth knowledge on the subject. Simplilearn is quiet vibrant in proving all training with best trainer.

  • Opinderjit S. Bhella

    Opinderjit S. Bhella

    Program Manager/Scrum Master, Tampa

    The PMI-ACP Live Virtual class (LVC) provided a great overview of agile with enough information of the key concepts. I enjoyed taking this class.

  • Marites Lucaben

    Marites Lucaben

    Manager, San Diego

    Course material was informative. Instructor explained the materials well and ensured student understood the materials and value.

  • Vincent Sposato

    Vincent Sposato

    Sr. Software Engineer & Team Lead, Orlando

    The instructor was having very good knowledge in the agile methodology, and helped navigate us through the material.

  • Miguel D Jimenez

    Miguel D Jimenez

    Louisville

    I am thankful to Simplilearn for helping me increase my versatility and making me master the agile techniques. I also liked the online format of the program as I can learn from anywhere, be it my office or home. Having passed the certification at one go, I am now full of confidence.

  • Sylvia David

    Sylvia David

    Project Engineer at Harris Corporation, Rochester

    Simplilearn's PMI-ACP certification helped me in my transition towards being a scrum master. I was able to navigate through the course material easily and at my own pace. The platform was very easy to use.

  • Alaine Karoleff

    Alaine Karoleff

    Agile Project Manager, San Francisco

    I really loved the Simplilearn course. It was easy to use and I gained a lot of valuable information and knowledge which I needed to successfully complete the PMI-ACP certification. Thank you Simplilearn.

  • Doug Stobee

    Doug Stobee

    DGSC Consulting, Houston

    Awesome! Great instructor! Really good pace, and great experience references!

  • Alan Johnson

    Alan Johnson

    Houston

    Excellent training, the instructor was very knowledgeable, and explained the concepts well.

  • Soundari Krishnan

    Soundari Krishnan

    Client Services @Agilone, Houston

    Very simple and helpful... Good material to understand the Agile concepts...

  • Aaron Lowe

    Aaron Lowe

    Project Manager @GVC Holdings PLC, Houston

    Excellent quality of training, I won't hesitate to recommend and also return for future courses. Good training package and excellent value for money!

  • Vujwala Vangury

    Vujwala Vangury

    Houston

    The tips and tricks offered by the instructor are very handy. Appreciate them. All the participants have demonstrated Project Management and Agile Practice experience. I think we should be able to handle a little faster pace.

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Why Online Bootcamp

  • Develop skills for real career growthCutting-edge curriculum designed in guidance with industry and academia to develop job-ready skills
  • Learn from experts active in their field, not out-of-touch trainersLeading practitioners who bring current best practices and case studies to sessions that fit into your work schedule.
  • Learn by working on real-world problemsCapstone projects involving real world data sets with virtual labs for hands-on learning
  • Structured guidance ensuring learning never stops24x7 Learning support from mentors and a community of like-minded peers to resolve any conceptual doubts

FAQs

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

    No. The PMI-ACP exam fee is not included in the course fee. You must pay it directly to the Project Management Institute (PMI) for the application and examination.

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

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment. We will refund you after deducting the administration fee. To learn more, please see our Refund Policy.

  • What is the certification Process?

    Simplilearn has a well-defined certification process that helps you face the challenges of the IT world. It would help if you met the following conditions to unlock the certificate:

    You must complete at least 85% of the course or attend one complete batch.

    You must complete your course with the minimum passing score if your course has simulation exams.

    You need to submit a project and get it approved by our panel of subject matter experts.

    If your project is rejected, our subject matter experts will provide all necessary help to pass it on to your next attempt.

  • What is PMI-ACP used for?

    The PMI-ACP is a popular certification demonstrating your understanding of agile principles and knowledge of agile techniques to lead agile projects. It helps Agile professionals improve their versatility by including many approaches to agile, such as Lean, Scrum, extreme programming, Kanban, and test-driven development. Our PMI-ACP course can prepare you to achieve this valuable credential. 

  • Is the PMI-ACP certification worth it?

    Employing PMI-ACP certification professionals can improve performance and give companies and businesses a competitive edge. The certification is valuable for Agile practitioners aiming to advance their careers in project management. The PMI-ACP training also aids newbies in gaining knowledge of the latest project management methodology, team dynamics, team leadership, and the capability to distribute tasks, roles, and responsibilities among team members.

  • What industries use agile project management most?

    Agile project management is used in many industrial verticals, including healthcare, aviation, services, finance, engineering, construction, and supply chain management. Our PMI-ACP course can help you enter any of these fields.

  • What books would you recommend for studying the PMI-ACP?

    Aside from our PMI-ACP course, the following are the best books to help you improve, grow, and perfect your agile skills:

    • Agile Estimating and Planning by Mike Cohn
    • Agile Practice Guide by Project Management Institute, Inc.
    • Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products by Jim Highsmith

  • What is the pay scale of agile project managers across the world?

    According to PayScale data, project managers with PMI-ACP certification earn over an annual average salary across various countries of 

    India - INR 15 lakhs

    US - $93K

    UK - £43K

    Singapore - S$98K

  • Disclaimer
  • PMP, PMI, PMBOK, CAPM, PgMP, PfMP, ACP, PBA, RMP, SP, and OPM3 are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.