(PMI-ACP)® Certification Training Course

Strategism Inc has been reviewed and certified as a global provider of project management training through the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Agile is one of the world’s most popular approaches for software development, owing to its focus on flexibility and valuing users. 

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Live Instructor – Led Online(PMI-ACP)® Certification Schedule

15+ Years

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4 weekend program (Sat - Sun from 9 am to 1 pm PST)

Class 1

July 1, 9, 16, 23, 30 & August 6, 13, 20, 27

Class 2

August 1, 2 & September 1, 2

(PMI-ACP)® Certification

Strategism Inc has been reviewed and certified as a global provider of project management training through the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Agile is one of the world’s most popular approaches for software development, owing to its focus on flexibility and valuing users. This PMI-ACP® (Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner) course aims to teach delegates about the essential methodologies and various principles underpinning Agile before moving on to different approaches to develop Agile mindset for better project management. This course includes all the materials needed to prepare you for the PMI-ACP® exam. This Certification is the fastest-growing certification offered by PMI® and increases the versatility and employability of candidates who are successful in achieving this certification. Our highly engaging instructors are there to help you tailor your learning to specific professional and personal development needs as well as transferable skills.

We Proudly deliver Outstanding Learning Services to our global learners, our award-winning courses are designed using highly interactive learning strategies which are supported by extensive research in designing and developing content, so that learner can benefit from unrivalled unique content which is exclusive to The Strategism Inc learners. We Train & Develop highly competent project manager and most of them go on to work on large-scale enterprise projects and command the highest salaries in the industry.

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Why Should You Go For The PMI-ACP Certification?

The PMI-ACP® Requirements

Educational Qualifications

You should have a high school diploma or secondary degree or associate's degree to attend the course.

General Project Experience

If you hold at least 2000 hours or around one year of experience, you qualify.

Agile Project Experience

You should have 8 months of experience working on project teams using agile methodologies, and it must be earned within the last 3 years.

Training on Agile Methodology

You must have completed 21 contact hours in Agile Practices.

Learning Objectives:

Learn why the PMI-ACP certification is valuable for a professional.


  • About PMI®.
  • PMI® Certification Programs.
  • Value of PMI-ACP®.
  • Certification Cycle.
  • Eligibility.
  • Exam Application.
  • Exam Pattern.
  • Exam Blueprint.
  • Contact Information.

Learning Objectives:

Find out how Agile Product Management is different from traditional methods and the value it provides.


  • AAgility.
  • The Agile advantage.
  • Key Values.
  • Agile Triangle.
  • Agile Methodologies.
  • APM Framework.
  • Phases.

Learning Objectives:

Learn how an Agilist prioritizes work based on the value the outcome provides.


  • Time Value of Money.
  • ROI.
  • PV and NPV.
  • Internal Rate of Return.
  • Opportunity Cost.
  • Payback Period.
  • Prioritization.
  • Customer Valued Prioritization.
  • Minimally Marketable Feature.
  • Agile Compliance.

Learning Objectives:

Learn a few techniques normally used in Agile.


  • Agile Chartering.
  • Product Roadmap.
  • Product Backlog.
  • User Story.
  • Story Maps.
  • Wireframes.
  • Personas.
  • Agile Modelling.
  • Best Practices.
  • Collaborative Games.

Learning Objectives:

Learn about the various aspects involved in Agile estimation.


  • Story Points.
  • Relative Sizing.
  • Theme and Epic.
  • Ideal Day, Ideal Time.
  • Planning Poker.
  • Wide Band Delphi.
  • Affinity Estimating.
  • Cost Estimation.

Learning Objectives:

Explore Agile practices that helps the practitioner stay on top of things.


  • Time-Boxing.
  • Levels of Planning.
  • Release Planning.
  • Iteration Planning.
  • Daily Stand up.
  • Burndown and Burnup Chart.
  • Variance and Trend Analysis.
  • Cumulative Flow Diagram.
  • Agile Task Board.
  • Kanban Board.
  • WIP Limits.

Learning Objectives:

Learn the importance of the Agilists role in ensuring and improving product quality.


  • Project and Quality Standard.
  • Agile Testing Quadrants.
  • Verification and Validation.
  • Test First Development and Test Driven Development.
  • Acceptance Test Driven Development.
  • Continuous Integration.
  • Refactoring.
  • Definition of Done.
  • Knowledge Sharing.
  • Technical Debt.

Learning Objectives:

Explore some of the ways in which an Agilist can improve communication.


  • Information Radiator.
  • Agile Team Space.
  • Osmotic Communications.
  • Collocated Team.
  • Distributed Team.
  • Agile Tools.
  • Active listening.
  • Brainstorming.
  • Feedback Methods.

Learning Objectives:

Learn how an Agilist plays a key role between various stakeholders and teams.


  • Emotional Intelligence.
  • EISA Framework.
  • Goleman Emotional Intelligence Model.
  • Collaboration.
  • Agile Leadership.
  • Adaptive Leadership.
  • Servant Leadership.
  • Negotiation.
  • Conflict Resolution.

Learning Objectives:

Discover ways to mitigate risks and plan accordingly.


  • Prioritization Factor.
  • Risk Management in Agile.
  • Risk Adjusted Product Backlog.
  • Expected Monetary Value.
  • Risk Management.
  • Burn-down Chart.
  • Risk Based Spike.

Learning Objectives:

Find out how Agilists keep track of critical parameters that affect their project.


  • Metrics.
  • Velocity.
  • Cycle Time.
  • Earned Value Management.
  • Escape Defects.

Learning Objectives:

Learn how the Agile methodology helps organizations to continuously improve their processes.


  • Value Stream Mapping.
  • Waste in Software Development.
  • Retrospectives.
  • Control limit.
  • Process Analysis.
  • Process improvements.
  • Failure modes.
  • Coach failure and success modes.
  • Process Tailoring.
  • Shu-Ha-Ri.

Learning Objectives:

Get introduced to a variety of practices and skills that enable agility in your organization.


  • High Performance Team.
  • Coaching and Mentoring.
  • Stakeholder Management.
  • Team Motivation.
  • Self Assessment.
  • Knowledge Sharing.
  • Problem solving.
  • Facilitation method.
  • Participatory Decision Models.
  • Agile Contracting Methods.
  • Vendor Management.
  • Principles of System Thinking.
  • Incremental Delivery.
  • PMI’s code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.

Road Map To PMI - ACP Certification

Course Syllabus – ACP Certification

Module 1

About PMI–ACP® Certification

Module 2

Agile Project Management

Module 3

Value Based Prioritization

Module 4

Analysis and Design

Module 5


Module 6

Planning, Monitoring, and Adapting

Module 7

Product Quality

Module 8


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Frequently Asked Questions

PMI® educates, researches, improves industry standards, issues a journal, organise conferences and gives a world accepted certification. PMI® association gives project management support, standards, training and certification to project management professionals worldwide.
Yes, this PMI-ACP® Certification Training course is accredited by PMI® (Project Management Institute).
Steps of project management are developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI®), the five stages of project management cover design, initiation, planning, performance, monitoring and project close.
Agile allows teams to give a prototype and develop it with each cycle. Agile holds consistent and collaborative troubleshooting. Agile helps groups and individuals efficiently priorities features and work in prevailing.
Professionals who hold a PMI-ACP® Certification get higher rank in companies and get paid more than any average agile project managers.
Yes, our exceptional in-house delivery staff work incessantly to provide training to clients who wish to have the convenience and comfort of working within their familiar surroundings.
The ACP Certification exam consists of 200 multiple-choice questions that you need to answer within four hours.
Yes, we have subject matter experts who will work according to your company requirements.

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