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    Manage Agile projects like a pro

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    Improve project management skills

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    Understand and apply Agile project principles

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    Gain two valuable Agile certifications

Being responsive to change is a must to survive in the modern business environment. The Waterfall model used in many traditional organisations cannot keep up, leading to missed deadlines and lower chance of project success. The Agile approach, on the other hand, is well known for its flexibility as well as its incremental and interative approach. Agile skills are vital for any project manager wishing to be able to keep up with modern project management.

Our Agile Training is inspired by successful agile business environments and provides two globally recognised Agile certifications: AgilePM® Foundation and AgilePM® Practitioner.

AgilePM® is a registered trademark of Dynamic Systems Development Method Ltd. All rights reserved.

Who should take this course

Project Managers who need to apply the Agile approach in their workplace efficiently and effectively.



There are no prerequisites for this course but the following skills are recommended:

  • Management skills
  • Leadership skills
  • Project support skills

What Will You Learn

You will learn how to:

  • Manage projects using Agile skills
  • Adapting Agile principles to meet project requirements
  • Use the DSDM approach and associated techniques

What's included

  Course Overview

AgilePM® is an iterative method for planning and managing project processes. This course is open to everyone, from those new to Agile to experienced project managers. It covers applying Agile principles to manage projects, adapting these principles and managing the project environment. Our instructors are Agile certified and experts in project management. After completing this course, you will be empowered to handle Agile projects efficiently, as well as hold the AgilePM® Foundation and Practitioner certifications.

Foundation Exam:

The Foundation Exam uses multiple choice questions. The duration is 40 minutes, and the pass mark is 50%.

Practitioner Exam:

The Practitioner Exam uses complex multiple choice questions. The duration of the exam is two hours, and the pass mark is 50%.


  Course Content

Foundation Course Content

  • An overview of Agile
  • What are the objectives of Agile?
  • Principles of Agile
  • The success story of Agile
  • Classifying Philosophy and Principles
  • An overview of Agile Project Management (AgilePM®)
  • Using Scrum in a work environment
  • An overview of DSDM
  • An Introduction to Timeboxing and Prioritisation
  • Analysis of Lifecycle planning and control
  • An Overview of Iterative Development, Facilitated Workshops, Modelling and Prototyping

Practitioner Course Content

  • The Agile Project Management Lifecycle
  • Delivering projects on time
  • The summary of Conjoining Moscow and Timeboxing
  • Understanding the user requirements
  • Reviewing user stories
  • Evaluation of the process
  • Planning of projects throughout the Lifecycle
  • What is the quality of project?
  • Recognising Risk Management
  • Altering approaches


What is Agile?

The Agile framework applies iterative and incremental methods throughout the project management lifecycle to be more responsive to change and to create outcomes which are more aligned with customer requirements. Teams are allowed to be more empowered and creative. The Agile framework can be diagrammatically represented as:


What are the benefits of taking the course?

The benefits are:

  • Gain a high level of knowledge in handling projects using Agile methods
  • Delegates can prepare for both courses from a single source
  • Learn about business agility by which you can respond to the adapting environment
  • The Agile methodology provides the skills for working in complex adaptive systems. The Agile methods separate the development of projects into sprints
  • The Agile certification demonstrates an individual’s reliability
  • Learning prioritisation helps you to understand the workings of a team
  • Effectively plan, execute, and deliver the projects

Why choose Pentagon training?

Pentagon is the best training provider as we provide expertise and accomplishment in the domain of project management. We have experienced and certified instructors who provide the best support. The candidates will acquire hands-on experience of Agile methodologies.

Pentagon Training’s portal provides support and will be able to provide assistance 24*7. We are available to answer any queries and doubts before, during, and after the completion of the course


Which Agile methodology is best used in the industry?

Agile is executed in work environments using various methods. DSDM is one of the best approaches. DSDM stands for Dynamic Systems Development Method. DSDM was introduced in 1994 to deliver the industry standard project delivery structure. The main objective of DSDM is fast project execution. DSDM delivers the base to plan, manage, execute, and scale Agile processes.

The DSDM is based on nine principles that rotate around business values, rapid delivery, combined testing, and stakeholder collaboration. DSDM is considered suitable for business purpose, because 80% of systems can be organised in 20% of the time.

The requirement analysis is done at an earlier stage in the project. The development processes are made rescindable. The requirements are planned based on MoSCoW methods, which are:

  • M: must have requests
  • S: should have if all are possible
  • C: could have but not the critical ones
  • W: will not have now but may arise later

The critical work is made complete first. The lowest priority supplies are made out of implementation processes so the high priority requirements can be finished.

Business Agility:

Businesses need to rapidly respond to changes by familiarising the initial stable configuration. The business agility can be conserved by supporting and refining services and goods to accomplish customer demands. Agility is the capability to adjust to market and environments in an organisation, as agile provides complex adaptive systems and complexity science.

The difference between the Agile and Waterfall model:

  • In the waterfall model, the software process is divided into phases whereas the Agile methods divide the development of projects into sprints.
  • The waterfall model is fairly rigid whereas the Agile methodology is known for it's flexibility.

Agile Project Management Foundation & Practitioner (AgilePM®) Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
Agile Project Management Foundation & Practitioner (AgilePM®) 4 days Coventry

About Coventry

Coventry is a metropolitan area in the West Midlands, England. Historically part of Warwickshire, Coventry is the 9th largest city in England and the 12th largest in the United Kingdom. It is the second largest city in the West Midlands region, after Birmingham, with a populace of 345,385 in 2015. Coventry is 95 much north-west of central London, 19 miles east-south-east of Birmingham, 24 miles south-west of Leicester and 11 miles north of Warwick. Coventry Cathedral was constructed after the annihilation of the 14th-century cathedral church of Saint Michael by the German Luftwaffe in the Coventry Blitz of 14 November 1940. Coventry motor companies have donated meaningfully to the British motor industry. The city has two universities, Coventry University in the City Centre and the University of Warwick on the southern outskirts.

Areas of Interest:


St. Michael's Church is Coventry's best-known landmark and visitor place. The 14th-century church was hugely demolished by German bombing during the Second World War, part only the outer walls and spire. At 300 feet above, the spire of St. Michael's is appealed to be the third tallest church spire in England, after Salisbury and Norwich. Due to the architectural design, it lived the destruction of the rest of the cathedral. The new Coventry Cathedral was opened in 1962 next to the ruins of the old. It was reproduced by Sir Basil Spence. The cathedral covers the tapestry Christ in Glory by Graham Sutherland.

Cultural Institution:

The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum is one of the largest cultural organisations in Coventry. Another visitor attraction in the City Centre is the Coventry Transport Museum, which has the main group of British-made road vehicles in the world. The museum established a refurbishment in 2004 which comprised the creation of a new arrival as part of the city's Phoenix Initiative project. It was a finalist for the 2005 Gulbenkian Prize. About four miles from the City Centre and just outside Coventry in Baginton is the Lunt Fort, a reconstructed Roman fort on its original site. The Midland Air Museum is located just within the border of Coventry on land head-to-head to Coventry Airport and near Baginton.

Red Major Improvements endure renewing the City Centre. The Phoenix Initiative, which was deliberated by MJP Architects, stretched the final shortlist for the 2004 RIBA Stirling Prize and has now gained a total of 16 separate awards. It was available in the book ‘Phoenix: Architecture/Art/Regeneration' in 2004. Further major developments are potentially afoot, chiefly the Swanswell Project, which is envisioned to deepen Swanswell Pool and link it to Coventry Canal Basin, joined with the creation of an urban marina and a wide Parisian-style avenue. A possible second phase of the Phoenix Inventiveness is also in the offing, though both of these plans are still on the drawing-board. On 16 December 2007, IKEA's first city-centre store in the UK was opened, in Coventry.