Agile Project Management Foundation

Course Code: BCS | Agile Project Management Foundation

$495.00 | 12 Months elearning

Transform your approach to project management and take your team to new heights.


$ 495

Delivery method



12 Months Access

What's included?

eLearning & sample paper


This course is designed to equip you with knowledge and skills of the core concepts of Agile practices, values and principles, across a breadth of Agile methodologies.

Transforming the way organisations carry out business, agile practice needs to be adopted throughout the business. By aligning IT with the rest of the business, organisations must take a holistic approach to introducing agile practice.

This comprehensive certification programme provides a complete learning pathway. It sets an industry benchmark that supports agile transformation to deliver value straight away.

This course is ideal for project managers and members of the project team who are looking to redefine how they execute projects in an Agile environment. Completing this course readies you to sit the BCS Agile Project Management Foundation certification exam. You will need to purchase the exam separately

Course Contents

What is Agile?

What Is Agile?
The Agile Manifesto
The Agile Manifesto Part 2
The Agile Life Cycle
Agile Roles

Agile Methodologies

Agile Methodologies: Scrum And XP
Agile Methodologies: Kanban And Lean

Starting the Project

Vision And Scope
Vision And Scope Part 2
Identifying Stakeholders
Identifying Stakeholders Part 2 – Users
Building An Agile Team
Users Stories
User Stories Part 2
User Stories Part 3

Progressing the Project

Iteration Planning
Risk Management
Planning Communication
Planning Iteration Capacity
Concluding Iterations

Project Release and Closeout

Additions And Impediments
3rd Party Interfaces
Delivering The Release
Project Close-Out
Test Prep
Sample Paper Review Agile Foundation


Students who complete this course will be able to:

  • Recall the origins of Agile methods.
  • Understand and apply the core values and principles of Agile methods.
  • Develop an ability to control resources and manage risk.
  • Know the difference between the defined process and the empirical processes used in Agile.
  • Explain the issues identified in the traditional / waterfall approach.
  • Recognise myths that are often attributed with Agile practices.
  • Know the different approaches to the empirical model for improvement and change.

Exam info

Exam code


Exam price

$250 USD

Number of questions


Question type

Multiple Choice


60 mins