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PMI’s Agile Certified Professional (ACP) course focuses on teaching individuals how to effectively lead agile projects. The certification covers the latest agile thinking and how to implement these strategies into real-world projects. Individuals will learn how to manage risk, scope, and resources while delivering value to the customer. The course also covers the people side of agility, such as building and maintaining high-performing teams. After completing the course, individuals will be prepared to take the PMI-ACP exam and earn their certification.

PMI-ACP is a certification designed to recognize an individual's expertise in using agile practices in their projects. To earn the PMI-ACP, candidates must have 2,000 hours of general project experience and 1,500 hours of experience using agile practices, as well as pass an exam.

Learning PMI ACP

The certification exam covers the following topics: Agile principles and values, stakeholder engagement, teamwork, adaptive planning, value-driven delivery, project governance, and continuous improvement.