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• Course Introduction
• The Application Process
• The Exam Process
• The ACP Exam
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.1
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.2
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.3
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.4
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.5
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.6
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.7
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.8
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.9
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 1.10
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 2.1
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 2.2
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 2.3
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 2.4
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 2.5
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 2.6
• Agile Principles & Mindset Part 2.7
• Value-Driven Delivery Part 1
• Value-Driven Delivery Part 2
• Value-Driven Delivery Part 3
• Value-Driven Delivery Part 4
• Value-Driven Delivery Part 5
• Value-Driven Delivery Part 6
• Value-Driven Delivery Part 7
• Stakeholder Engagement Part 1
• Stakeholder Engagement Part 2
• Stakeholder Engagement Part 3
• Boosting Team Performance Part 1
• Boosting Team Performance Part 2
• Adaptive Planning Part 1
• Adaptive Planning Part 2
• Adaptive Planning Part 3
• Adaptive Planning Part 4
• Program Detection & Resolution Part 1
• Program Detection & Resolution Part 2
• Program Detection & Resolution Part 3
• Program Detection & Resolution Part 4
• Continuous Improvement
• PMI-ACP Manual
A. The following are the basic eligibility criteria for the PMI-ACP Certification exam.
|+||General Project Experience||+||Agile Project Experience||+||Training in Agile Practices|
*2,000 hours (12 months) working on project teams This experience must have been earned in the last 5 years
1,500 hours (8 months) working on project teams using agile methodologies.
This experience must have been earned in the last 3 years
These hours are in addition to the 2,000 hours required in general project experience.
21 contact hours
Hours must have been earned in agile practices
*Note: for those who hold a Project Management Professional (PMP®) and/or PgMP credentials, PMI has already verified you have exceeded the project experience requirements. In other words, PMP® and/or PgMP credential holders will be accepted as fulfilling the general project experience requirements.
A: Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner
A: PMI is the world’s largest not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession. PMI’s professional resources and research empower more than 700,000 members, credential holders and volunteers in nearly every country in the world. PMI is the apex certification body for the PMI-ACP Credential.
A: GreyCampus' PMI-ACP course is suitable for anyone who works in agile teams or whose organisation is adopting agile practices.
A: The certification is provided by the Project Management Institute, the world’s leading project management organization.
A: The PMI-ACP Certification exam is typically conducted in the computer-based testing (CBT) mode at Prometric CBT centers located across the world. The exam is for 3-hour duration and consists of 120 multiple-choice questions. Out of these 120 questions, 100 questions are scored and considered towards final score calculation, while the remaining 20 questions are pretest questions that are not scored.
A: For a member, the computer-based exam's fee is USD 435 and for a non-member, it is USD 495 and for paper-based testing, the fee is USD 385 for a member and USD 445 for a non-member.
A: In order to retain your PMI-ACP certification credential, you should earn 30 PDUs in agile topics, every three years.
Percentage of Questions
Agile tools and techniques
Agile knowledge and skills
A: For both Bootcamp and Without Bootcamp:
As soon as you register, an automated email with your receipt and your access credentials for audio-video lectures is sent to your registered email ID.
A: The cost of the PMI-ACP Certification exam in the Computer-based testing mode is as follows:
PMI Member Status
A: A PMI REP or Registered Education provider is an organization that has undergone a stringent review of the quality of training delivery by PMI and has been recognized by PMI to assign pre-approved professional development units or PDUs to PMI credential holders. You should attend training programs at PMI R.E.P.s as this assures you of the quality of the training delivery and gives you a learning experience that is in line with the coverage of the actual PMI-ACP exam. Please note that GreyCampus is a global REP of PMI with the PMI REP ID as 3871.
A: PMI-ACP holders need to earn 30 professional development units (PDUs) over three years to maintain the credential. Your certification and/or Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) cycle starts the day you pass the PMI-ACP certification exam and ends on the same date three years later. To earn PDUs one must be a PMI-ACP holder.
A: There are 6 categories of PDUs. (A,B,C,D,E and F)
1. Category A: Courses offered by PMI’s R.E.P.s or Chapters and Communities
You can earn PDUs by taking up courses offered by PMI’s R.E.P.s or Chapters and Communities
The PDU Rule:1 hour of instruction related to project management, project risk, project scheduling, or program management equals 1 PDU.
2. Category B: Continuing Education
You can earn PDUs by completing an academic course offered by a University or college.
3. Category C: Self-Directed Learning
You can earn PDUs by having formal discussions with colleagues, coworkers, reading articles, books, or instructional manuals, watching videos, using interactive CD-ROMs and more.
4. Category D: Creating New Project Management Knowledge
Create new knowledge for the topic related to your credential area of expertise like, project management, project risk management, project scheduling, or program management and earn PDUs.
5. Category E: Volunteer Service
PDUs can be earned by providing volunteer, non-compensated project management, project risk, project scheduling, or program management services to non-employer or non-client customer groups.
6. Category F: Working as a Professional in Project Management
Professionals can earn PDUs by working as a project manager (project risk management professional, project scheduling professional or program manager).
A: GreyCampus provides A Category PDUs. You can now earn PDUs by attending our courses and we are PMI’s Registered Education Providers REP (ID 3871). We have high impact, proven training by experienced, expert instructors across 50+ locations globally.
A: You can check out the PMI official site at www.pmi.org for information related to the PMI-ACP credential. You can also check out the PMI-ACP Handbook for more information.