Learn about the PRINCE2 Agile methodology, and how to apply it - all from the comfort of your own home with ILX's award-winning e-learning!
PRINCE2 Agile combines the flexibility and responsiveness of agile with the clearly- defined framework of PRINCE2®. Created for those organisations and individuals who use PRINCE2, but recognise the benefits of applying agile methods, it provides guidance on how to practically apply both PRINCE2 and agile; thus, reducing conflict so that you can benefit from the best of both worlds.
This course will take you approximately 20 hours to complete.
By the end of the PRINCE2 Agile Foundation and Practitioner course you should:
The e-learning consists of the following modules
This course includes the following:
Digital official manual: You will be sent an email invitation within 48 hours of your purchase to register on the Peoplecert portal. Once registered you will be able to access the digital version of your manual.
Hard copy official manual: If you decide to purchase the hard copy official manual as an optional extra your manual will be shipped to your chosen address within 48 hours of purchase.
Hard copy process map: If you decide to purchase the hard copy process map as an optional extra it will be shipped to your chosen address within 48 hours of purchase.
This course would benefit:
There are no formal pre-requisites for the PRINCE2 Agile Foundation exam. In order to take the PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner examination, a candidate must hold any of the following certifications:
Exams are taken online via remote proctor. You will be sent an email invitation within 48 hours of your purchase to register on the Peoplecert portal. Once registered you will be able to book your online exams at a date and time of your choice. You are responsible for booking your own exams. For more information about how to take your exams and the technical requirements, please click here.
The format of the PRINCE2 Agile Foundation exam is as follows:
The format of the PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam is as follows: