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Course Overview

Introduction This Practitioner course is an APM Group Ltd (APMG) Accredited Course that covers the elements contained in the APMG Syllabus for the Agile PM™ Practitioner Course. The Practitioner course is aimed at individuals who have successfully completed their Agile PM™ Foundation examination and now need to review in detail Agile PM™ principles, processes and techniques. The delegates are expected to apply their project management experience and knowledge of Agile PM™ to a given scenario. The course will use a mix of tutorial, group work and self-study to enhance the individual learning including the use of sample examination papers to familiarise participants with the Practitioner examination. Learning outcomes of the course On completion of the course the participants should be able to: Discuss the structure and contents of Agile PM™ Practitioner examination paper. Explain the Agile PM™ Practitioner examination questions types. Apply understanding of Agile PM™ and project management to answer Agile PM™ practitioner examination questions.





The course will examine:

  • Contents and structure of a Agile PM™ Practitioner examination paper including:
  • Contents of Practitioner Paper including Scenario, Question and Answer Booklets
  • Glossary of examination question types
  • General advice on answering examination questions

Analysis of a Case Study (modified Rowland business relaunch scenario) to provide

delegates with the opportunity to put some of the theory obtained during the classroom

  • sessions into practice by using a reproduction of a real-life project, albeit limited by
  • practicality constraints. It is divided into the following areas::
  • Techniques
  • People and Roles
  • Controls

Lifecycle and Products

Case Study exercises have been styled in a similar manner to the Practitioner

Examination question style, with roughly the same amount of information provided.


Practitioner Examination

The Practitioner exam uses objective test questions which require a candidate to choose a

response to a question from a set of choices for which the correct answer is pre-determined.

The question types include:

  • Classical Multiple Choice
  • Multiple Response
  • Matching
  • Sequencing
  • Assertion/Reason

Reference to the candidates own annotated Agile PM™ manual is permitted. No additional

support material is permitted, including use of post-it notes and stapled sheets. A candidate,

may however, index their manual.

The examination is two hours in duration. This includes any time required to analyse the

scenario and any additional information required to answer the questions.

The Question Booklet will contain four questions, each covering a different syllabus area

which will be clearly identified at the beginning of each question. Each of the four questions

contains 15 question lines, each of which attracts 1 mark, giving a total of 60 marks. The pass

mark is 30 (50%). Each of the four questions will be sub-divided into parts. Each of the ‘partquestions’will identify the portion of the 15 marks allocated to it. Candidates are expected to

answer all questions and part-questions.


To gain the most from the Practitioner Course we recommend that delegates should have had

prior experience or awareness of projects and the project management environment.

Prior to Day One of the course, delegates should have completed their pre-course study

pack. The course content and timing is based on the assumption that they will have done so.

It is essential that the delegates have passed their Foundation Examination.

Could you please also ensure you understand fully the APMG Examination Candidate

Terms & Conditions before making your booking. These are available at the following link


RK/JCS Agile PM™ Practitioner Course Outline

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