* To complete the PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam, either of the following qualifications are a pre-requisite:
PRINCE2 Agile Foundation; PRINCE2 Foundation; PRINCE2 Practitioner; Project Management Professional® (PMP); Certified Associate in Project Management®(CAPM); IMPA Levels A, B, C or D® (Certified Projects Director).
Exploring a self-study path to learning PRINCE2 Agile and prepare for your PRINCE2 Agile certification?
Complete you training by purchasing our PRINCE2 Agile e-learning package and study from any location that suits you best. Whether you are based in Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Canberra, Hobart, Brisbane, Adelaide, Darwin or any other location here or abroad, complete your training and certification exam online.
Our e-learning features include:
Combine our standard PRINCE2 Foundation and/or Practitioner courses with your PRINCE2 Agile e-learning package. Choose from:
Packages available for both public and in-house corporate training.
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PRINCE2 Agile Foundation exam structure
The PRINCE2 Agile Foundation exam is a one hour, 50 multiple choice questions, closed book exam. It requires a pass mark of 28 or more to be awarded the certification.
PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam structure
The PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam includes 50 questions, one mark per question with a required pass mark of 30/50 (60%).
The PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam is a 2.5 hour open book*, objective style exam.
*PRINCE2 Agile official manual only
Booking your PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam
Choose an exam date that suites you. With a high-speed internet connection you can complete your exam from your home or office. For exam invigilation purposes a web camera is needed for online exams.
Paper-based exams can be completed at one of our public exam dates in Melbourne or Perth. Public exams are undertaken on the last day of our PRINCE2 Practitioner courses. Dates can be viewed at our public training calendar
Public exams need to be reserved at least 2 weeks prior the scheduled date.
The online learning modules are best viewed with a desktop, laptop or tablet, though may also be used with mobile devices.
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