AgilePM ® Practitioner
(course code APJP1)


This course covers the certification developed by APMG and the Agile Business Consortium to provide an agile approach to project management.

The course is equally divided between the theory of the new wave of agile project management and the practical experience of the techniques and disciplines involved.

This seminar advances participants to a Practitioner understanding of how to apply AgilePM guidance in practice.

Course Objectives

The Practitioner Seminar will enable delegates to demonstrate their ability to:

  • Apply the underpinning philosophy and principles of AgilePM in a project situation;
  • Appropriately configure the lifecycle of an Agile project to a given scenario;
  • Produce and evaluate the content of Agile products produced during an Agile project in a given scenario;
  • Apply the following Agile techniques in a project situation: Facilitated Workshops; MoSCoW prioritisation; Iterative Development; Modelling; Timeboxing;
  • Identify the Agile techniques to be used for a given situation within a scenario;
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities within an Agile project and correctly determine the appropriate personnel to fulfil these roles within a given scenario;
  • Understand the mechanisms for control of an Agile Project which are specific to an Agile project;
  • Understand in outline how to test, estimate and measure progress in an Agile project;
  • Describe the agile approach to managing requirements and identify action to rectify problems with requirements within an Agile project from a given scenario.

Delegates will be fully prepared for the Practitioner exam.

Who Should Attend

The course is aimed at Project Managers who are either adding to their knowledge of traditional approaches such as PRINCE2 or who are operating in an agile environment and need to be able to run projects in more complex and scalable situations.


There are no prerequisites for the course, however some exposure to project management would be useful. Candidates for the Practitioner exam must have previously passed the Foundation exam.

Course Content

The Practitioner Seminar helps you to integrate the concepts presented in the Foundation course. Delegates will work through a range of exercises and case studies in order to broaden & deepen their understanding of Agile Project Management and to prepare for the exam.

Certification Exams

The Practitioner Exam is a 2½ hour objective testing open book (only the Agile Project Management handbook may be used) exam. There will be 4 questions and 80 question items, each worth 1 mark for a total of 80 marks. You must get at least 40 (50%) of the 80 question items correct to pass. The questions will be presented in the following styles:

  • Classical multiple choice
  • Yes/No
  • Multiple response
  • Matching
  • Sequencing
  • Assertion/Reason

Candidates for the Practitioner Exam must have passed the Foundation Exam.

We conduct these exams on behalf of the relevant Examination Institute, subject to their terms and conditions.
Please note: Exam candidates must bring signed photo ID (passport, driving licence, etc.) as they will be asked to produce it by the invigilator prior to the exam.

Course Fees

We offer a range of delivery styles and packages for this course. Please go to the Packages and Inclusions page to review the inclusions provided with each package.

Professional Development

Candidates who pass the Practitioner exam are entitled to style themselves as a "Registered Agile Project Management Practitioner" on CVs and business cards.

Successful completion of this course may entitle you to credits in various professional development programmes:

Follow-on Courses

We recommend that delegates who complete this course should proceed with one of our PRINCE2 or MSP courses.

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