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PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner combines agile concepts with the world’s most popular approach to project management. Developed in response to user demand, the PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner certification teaches you to blend structure, governance and control with agile methods, techniques and approaches.
This certification is aimed at professionals who work within a project environment including key staff involved with integrating project management with product delivery. An understanding of the agile concepts detailed in PRINCE2 Agile will also be beneficial to those with governance responsibilities for projects using agile delivery approaches as well as those involved with programme and project support functions.

You can take the PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner certificate if you hold any of the following certifications:

PRINCE2® 5th Edition (Foundation or Practitioner)
PRINCE2® 6th Edition (Foundation or Practitioner)
PRINCE2 Agile® Foundation
Project Management Qualification® (PMQ)*
Certified Associate in Project Management® (CAPM)*
Project Management Professional (PMP)®**
IPMA Levels A,B,C and D® (Certified Projects Director)***.
**‘PMQ’ is a registered mark of the Association for Project Management.
**'PMP and CAPM' are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
***‘IPMA Level A/B/C/D’ are registered trademarks of the International Project Management Association.
APM, PMI and IPMA are not affiliated with AXELOS, nor do they endorse any AXELOS qualifications.

Examination Format

Objective testing
50 questions each worth one mark
30 marks or more required to pass out of 50 questions: 60% pass mark
Two-and-a-half hours’ (150 minutes) duration, no additional reading time
Open book exam. Candidates may use the official printed hard copy of the PRINCE2 Agile® Guidance. The manual may be annotated and tabulated but no sticky notes and loose leaf papers containing additional notes will be allowed.
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