One year access / Exam fee included
Before taking the PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam, you must have at least one of the following certificates:
Regardless of the official prerequisite, you need to be familiar with PRINCE2 and Agile before taking this course, as the main topic in the course is to learn how to use PRINCE2 in Agile environments, not teaching PRINCE2 and Agile. If you’re not familiar with these two topics, we can recommend the following courses:
The course is designed for busy professionals; most lessons are 10 to 15 minutes long, so that you can take one or two per day, without much effort. Also, we’ve avoided homework and covered it in other ways, because you probably don’t have enough time and mental energy to spend many hours by yourself doing homework.
The course is delivered in the following sections and lessons:
01. The Official Manual (free)
04. The Agile Manifesto (free)
05. Agile Principles (free)
06. Tailoring PRINCE2 (free)
10. The 8 Guidance Points (free)
11. Fix or Flex (free)
13. Behaviors (free)
15. Business Case
22. Starting up a Project and Initiating a Project
23. Directing a Project
24. Controlling a Stage
25. Managing Product Delivery
26. Managing a Stage Boundary
27. Closing a Project
31. Roles and Responsibilities
32. The Agilometer
34. Rich Communication
35. Frequent Releases
40. The Lean Startup
41. Sample Exam
Meanwhile, if you fail in the exam (unlikely, but possible):
Yes, you must have at least one of the following certificates before taking the PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam:
Yes. See this article: How to Submit PDUs
We recommend the following number of PDUs for this course:
No, and this is why:
Initially, there was only one level of certification for PRINCE2 Agile: Practitioner. In mid-2018, AXELOS (the owner of PRINCE2) introduced a basic Foundation level as well.
We don’t cover PRINCE2 Agile Foundation, because PRINCE2 Agile needs prior knowledge of PRINCE2 and Agile, and the goal for PRINCE2 Agile Foundation is to have no prerequisites. So, what happens in practice is that you either have to teach everything the learner needs, or just have a quick overview. The first option is not justifiable, because we already have separate courses for PRINCE2 Foundation and Agile which learners can use and also get those certifications; and the latter option is not acceptable, because it doesn’t give the learner a good understanding of the topic.
Since January 2020, training organizations have not been allowed to issue certificates of completion for AXELOS programs. If you need to show that you’ve taken a course (e.g., to submit PDUs with PMI), we’ll issue a letter of course attendance for you.
Nevertheless, you will still get your official certificate by passing the exam.
It’s a self-paced online course. You can start the course whenever you want and proceed at any speed that suits you.
You’ll have unlimited access to the course for one year, and you can retake certain lessons or even the whole course if you find it necessary.
The exam is available in the following languages:
Most candidates prefer to take it in English though.
PRINCE2 is a project management methodology that tells you what you need to do, and all about the roles and responsibilities, documents, etc.
PRINCE2 is the most popular project management methodology that is usable in every type of project.
Note: In case you’re familiar with the PMBOK® Guide, it’s worth mentioning that the PMBOK Guide is not a methodology and is designed to tell you “how” to do things (that you know you want to do), while PRINCE2 is designed to answer the “what”, “when”, and “by whom” questions instead. These two together form a great combination.
There are 50 multiple-choice, scenario-based questions with one correct answer for each, and you have 2.5 hours to finish your exam. The passing score is 60%.
The exam is open-book format. (Only the official PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner manual is permitted.)
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