ACP® Exam Preparation CourseACP

48 hours Duration
12 participants Course capacity
12 sessions During the course
4 hours Per week

The course’s importance

This course introduces attendees to seven areas of agile management, ten applications of agile techniques and methods, agile management skills and knowledge, and SCRUM training, which forms the primary source of the exam. The course will also cover the types of test questions, web-based test environment, how to submit an application, how to enroll in the PMI-ACP exam, how to pay for it, its venues, how to hold exam, and all the issues related to the PMI-ACP test and agile management. Until you pass the PMI-ACP exam, our Instructors will accompany you.

By gaining experience from others who have earned a PMI-ACP degree at this institute and in other similar settings, you can also improve your chances of passing.

Course Benefits

  • Gaining an in-depth understanding of agile management concepts as well as SCRUM in general.
  • Gaining practical experience and skills in agile approach and agile management.
  • Preparation for the PMI-ACP certification exam.
  • Continued follow-up and comprehensive support from the instructor until you pass the test
  • Providing free consultation to complete a registration application and determine exam dates
  • The opportunity to attend compensatory classes if you miss a class
  • Use of test simulator before taking the exam
  • Familiarity with the exam environment using an exam simulator software

Course summary

  • Agile Principles and Mindset and Agile Methodologies
  • Value-Driven Delivery
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Team Performance
  • Adaptive Planning
  • Problem Detection and Resolution
  • Continuous Improvement (Product, Process, People)

  • Project managers and executives in agile organizations
  • Software Developers
  • Scrum Masters
  • Those who work in agile teams and those who lead them
  • The people who would like to acquire the skills and become proficient in agile techniques and tools
  • Those seeking one of the most prestigious certifications in agile project managemen

  • The course will include chapter-by-chapter exams
  • Providing the Sumanta Boral book tests throughout the course
  • Midterm exams during the middle session of the course
  • Giving 500 isolated tests based on process groups in the test simulator
  • Providing two series of 120 tests (similar to the ACP test) for final approval

Candidates must meet the following requirements to be eligible for this test:

  • At least 3500 hours of work experience, among which 1500 hours must be in the area of Agile management.
  • Spend 40 hours training in Agile courses.
  • Achieve 21 points in PDU (Professional Development Unit)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Candidates for the ACP exam must meet the following requirements:

  • Candidates must have 3500 hours of work experience, of which 1500 hours are in Agile management, 21 hours of training in agile management courses, and scrum training and earning 20 points in PDU

This course is designed for those who want to obtain professional and international certificates in agile project management and those who wish to learn agile standard project management methods, and those working in organizations using agile methodologies. Moreover, this program is ideal for individuals who want to learn SCRUM on a professional level.

Experience shows that ACP certification increases the number of positions available to an individual and increases the likelihood of job promotion.

PMI holds the ACP project management professional exam online, in written form, or via a monitor, and it lasts for three hours; and it contains 120 multiple choice questions.

ACP is one of the most prestigious professional certifications in agile project management. With this certification, you demonstrate that you have professional knowledge of agile and its related techniques.

A certified person with a PMI-ACP Professional Certification has adequate knowledge of the following methodologies:

  • Kanban
  • XP
  • Lean

  • ACP exam preparation.
  • Learn the common language of agile project managers around the world
  • Become familiar with Scrum.
  • Building a stronger relationship with other managers and professionals in the field of agile project management and agile management

The course features:

  • 48 hours of training in 12 sessions of agile management workshops
  • Exam preparation course addressing questions and troubleshooting
  • Access to test simulator with over 500 tests
  • Presentation of PMI-ACP test slides
  • Guide to membership in the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the ACP exam registration procedures.

By completing this training course, you will not only gain insight into agile project management, but also improve your job prospects in the field.

Course Instructors

Saeed Moghaddasi
Saeed Moghaddasi

ACP® Exam Preparation Course

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Learn more!


In light of the challenges of the project space, the American Project Management Institute (PMI) offers PMI-ACP certificates for people who are proficient in agile project management.

The number of people who had this certification as of June 2018 was 22,078, of which just five were Iranians.

It is not surprising that this professional certification will gain popularity globally since professional statistics show that companies who applied Agile approaches to their projects had a greater success rate than other companies. That’s why more and more people are looking to learn Scrum.

ACP exam:

ACP is a multiple-choice exam with 120 questions over three hours.

When you earn an ACP (Agile Certified Practitioner) certification, you will have mastered all of the concepts, techniques, and agile tools and agile management. You will stand out from other managers when you develop these skills and also establish credibility for your organization.

The PMI-ACP test rubrics are as follows:

  • Training areas for the PMI-ACP exam:
  1. Agile Principles and Mindset and Agile Methodologies (about 16% of the test questions)
  2. Value-Driven Delivery (about 20% of the test questions)
  3. Stakeholder Management and Engagement (about 17% of the test questions)
  4. Team productivity (about 16% of the test questions)
  5. Adaptive Planning (about 10% of the test questions)
  6. Problem Detection and Resolution (about 10% of the test questions)
  7. Continuous Improvement (Product, Process, People) (about 9% of the test questions)

In the past few years, PMI has published one of its most valuable scientific and practical achievements in the form of a book called project management body of

  • PMI does not use a single source for this test and does not even recommend one in particular.

Therefore, the participants do not need to study all the following references since PMPiran instructors collect the required points from all these sources.

Here are some references for taking the ACP test::

  • Agile Estimating and Planning
    Author: Mike Cohn
    Publisher: Pearson Education/Addison Wesley Professional
  • Agile Practice Guide
    Publisher: Project Management Institute, Inc.
  • Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products
    Author: Jim Highsmith
    Publisher: Pearson Education/Addison Wesley Professional
  • Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great
    Author: Esther Derby, Diana Larsen, Ken Schwaber
    Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
  • Agile Software Development: The Cooperative Game
    Author: Alistair Cockburn
    Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Coaching Agile Teams: A Companion for ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and Project Managers in Transition
    Author: Lyssa Adkins
    Publisher: Pearson Education/Addison Wesley Professional
  • Effective Project Management: Traditional, Agile, Extreme
    Author: Robert K. Wysocki
    Publisher: Wiley
  • Exploring Scrum: The Fundamentals
    Author: Dan Rawsthorne with Doug Shimp
    Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Kanban In Action
    Author: Marcus Hammarberg, Joakim Sunden
    Publisher: Manning Publications
  • Kanban: Successful Evolutionary Change for your Technology Business
    Author: David J. Anderson
    Publisher: Blue Hole Press
  • Lean-Agile Software Development
    Author: Alan Shalloway, Guy Beaver, James R. Trott
    Publisher: Pearson Education
  • User Stories Applied: For Agile Software Development
    Author: Mike Cohn
    Publisher: Pearson Education

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