Classroom or self-paced online
PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner certification
PRINCE2 Agile Foundation and Practitioner training
Learn through either a self-paced online course or virtual classroom. Earn both PRINCE2 Agile Foundation and Practitioner qualifications with this combined PRINCE2 Agile course.
A PRINCE2 Agile certification demonstrates your ability to apply agile best practices to any project, regardless of scope or complexity.
Courses are based on the latest edition of the PRINCE2 Agile handbook. PRINCE2 Agile Foundation exam and PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam included.
- Earn both entry-level and intermediate PRINCE2 qualifications at reduced cost
- Our expert agile trainers will teach you an applicable understanding of key agile concepts and how these blend seamlessly into the PRINCE2 methodology.
|Format:||Online self-study course or classroom course|
Self-paced PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner online course
Learn to adapt your project management approach, incorporate contemporary agile tools, and improve productivity.
Earning your PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner qualification shows employers that you can deliver value to stakeholders early while mitigating risk, making you a highly desirable candidate for any agile project management role.
This course is based on the latest edition of the PRINCE2 Agile handbook. PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam included.
- The PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner syllabus helps you adapt your agile management approach to suit projects of varying size and complexity
- Our self-study courses are designed with the aid of agile experts so you can pass your Practitioner exam with ease!
|Pre-requisites:||PRINCE2 Foundation or PRINCE2 Agile Foundation|
|Format:||Online self-study course|
PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner classroom course
Study advanced PRINCE2 Agile concepts with the help of a professional PRINCE2 Agile trainer. Our virtual classrooms deliver all the benefits of in-person training without the hassle of travel or accommodation.
PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner qualifications are a must-have for PRINCE2 project managers who want to improve their marketability as project managers.
This course is based on the latest edition of the PRINCE2 Agile handbook. Agile Practitioner exam included.
- PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner trainer teaches you how to apply lessons learned in the Foundation course in a practical and flexible way
- This qualification is a great way for you to enhance your CV and advance your career as a project manager.
|Pre-requisites:||PRINCE2 Foundation or PRINCE2 Agile Foundation|
PRINCE2 Agile Foundation certification
Self-paced PRINCE2 Agile Foundation course
PRINCE2 Agile Foundation training serves as an introduction to both PRINCE2 and Agile. You’ll learn an understanding of practical agile concepts and techniques, including Scrum, Kanban, Lean Start-up, and Cynefin.
PRINCE2 Agile is suitable for anyone who supports agile projects or agile project managers within an agile project environment.
This course is based on the latest edition of the PRINCE2 Agile manual. PRINCE2 Agile Foundation exam included.
- PRINCE2 Agile focus on the project and the outcome, ensuring fast delivery while reducing risk
- Our PRINCE2 Agile Foundation online courses are a great e-learning alternative for dispersed teams and students outside the UK.
|Format:||Online self-study course|
PRINCE2 Agile Foundation classroom training
Earn your PRINCE2 Agile Foundation qualification with training provided by our own professional PRINCE2 Agile trainers.
PRINCE2 Agile virtual training is a great way to train staff or study towards an intermediate PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner certification.
This course is based on the latest edition of the PRINCE2 Agile guide. PRINCE2 Agile Foundation exam included.
- If you already use PRINCE2, PRINCE2 Agile is a good way to start introducing agile techniques without the need for wide-sweeping change initiatives
- Virtual training is a cost-effective distance learning alternative for those who enjoy learning in a social environment.
More information about Glasgow
Training courses in Glasgow
Glasgow the biggest city in Scotland and 4th most-populated in the UK. The city forms the Glasgow City Council area and is governed by Glasgow City Council. It is situated on the River Clyde in the country’s West Central Lowlands.
If you’d like to attend classroom training at our Glasgow training venue, you can find us at 9 Newton Place, Glasgow G3 7PR, Scotland, near Kelvingrove Park and the Mitchell Library.
Mitchell Library Glasgow
Travel to and from Glasgow
Buchanan Bus Station Glasgow
Glasgow has a large urban transport system, including bus services, urban rail and continental railways.
The main bus terminal in the city is Buchanan bus station.
Glasgow has the most extensive urban rail network in the UK outside London, with rail services travelling to a large part of the West of Scotland. Central station and Queen Street station are the two main rail stations.
The city is linked to Edinburgh by four direct railway links. The Glasgow Subway is the UK’s only completely underground metro system and is generally recognised as the world’s third oldest underground railway.
As part of the wider regeneration along the banks of the River Clyde, a bus rapid transit system is operational between Glasgow City Centre to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
Queen Street Station Glasgow
Glasgow Airport – Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
The city has 2 international airports as well as a seaplane terminal located within the city – Glasgow Airport, Glasgow Prestwick Airport and Glasgow Seaplane Terminal.
All of the international airports are easily accessible by public transport, with bus routes from the main bus station and direct rail connections.
Things to do in Glasgow
Theatre and festivals
King’s Theatre Glasgow
Provand’s Lordship in Glasgow
Very few examples of medieval Glasgow architecture remain. Only 2 structures from this period survive, the 15th-century Provand’s Lordship and 13th-century St. Mungo’s Cathedral
Glasgow has many examples of Victorian architecture including the Glasgow City Chambers, the parts of the University of Glasgow, and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Modern buildings in Glasgow include the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, the Glasgow Science Centre, The OVO Hydro and the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, and the Riverside Museum.
Glasgow City Chambers
University of Glasgow
Glasgow grew from a small rural settlement on the River Clyde. With the establishment of the University of Glasgow in the 15th century, it became a major centre of the Scottish Enlightenment.
It later grew into one of Britain’s main trade hubs with North America. During the Industrial Revolution, Glasgow grew to become a major manufacturing centre of chemicals, textiles and engineering. It had a notable marine engineering industry, which produced many ships.
Glasgow’s major cultural institutions – the Burrell Collection, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Ballet and Scottish Opera are internationally famous.
The city hosted the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the first European Championships in 2018.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Glasgow is a major centre of higher and academic research, with the following universities and colleges close to, or within, the city centre: University of Glasgow, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Caledonian University, University of the West of Scotland, The Glasgow School of Art, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, City of Glasgow College, Glasgow Clyde College, Glasgow Kelvin College, and West College Scotland.
PRINCE2 Agile FAQs
PRINCE2 Agile helps facilitate lean-agile product development without sacrificing the reliability offered by traditional project management.
PRINCE2 Agile allows you to focus on management and product delivery with a suite of agile tools designed to help you manage and react to changing requirements.
PRINCE2 Agile has been developed in collaboration with veteran agile practitioners around the world. It works with all establish Agile approaches and agile tools, allowing easy integration into existing agile project management frameworks.
PRINCE2 Agile provides training and guidance highly focused on the agile environment. Earning your PRINCE2 Agile certification will teach you how project managers can remain a relevant and important part of agile product development and how a project manager can collaborate with staff in standard agile roles.
AXELOS calls PRINCE2 Agile "the world's most complete agile project management solution."
Based on the ideas first outlined in the Agile Manifesto, PRINCE2 Agile project management was developed in response to the changing nature of project management practices, new technologies, and new ways of thinking.
PRINCE2 Agile allows project managers to easily integrate Agile practices, tools and ways of working into existing project management frameworks without costly revisions to project lifecycles without the need to launch enterprise-wide change initiatives.
PRINCE2 Agile can also benefit agile managers who desire the reliability, governance, and oversight of the PRINCE2 method in complex projects.
Candidates who enrol in a PRINCE2 Agile Foundation course will learn how modern concepts aid the management of successful projects. Topics include the use of MoSCoW prioritisation, Kanban, Scrum and other tools, as well as unique agile roles such as the Scrum Master and Scrum Product Owner.
Candidates who attend PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner training will learn to seamlessly integrate agile practices with PRINCE2 governance and controls in agile environments.
PRINCE2 is a customer-focused project management methodology. It offers a set of principles, themes, and processes that helps organisations weigh the costs and risks of initiating a project. It helps the ongoing management of projects to ensure they remain a worthwhile investment.
Agile approaches do not focus on the value or management of a project as a whole. Instead, they focus on the development level, ensuring that any given product or service is delivered in the most efficient manner possible through an iterative cycle of development, testing, and analysing customer feedback.
While PRINCE2 enables the customer to remain focused on the project’s original business goals, Agile approaches are very responsive to changes in the project environment and customer requirements.
Utilising Agile approaches on PRINCE2 projects allows project managers to combine the structure and governance of PRINCE2 with the flexibility and responsiveness of Agile. PRINCE2 Agile training helps PRINCE2 project managers adapt their practices in agile ways.
Yes. Despite the common misconception that PRINCE2 struggles to adjust to changing business requirements, the PRINCE2 framework is, in fact, easy to adapt and tailor to suit any project environment.
PRINCE2 is sometimes described as having a prescriptive ‘waterfall’ approach, whereby requirements are documented and approved before moving to the design, build, and testing phase. This is, however, incorrect. PRINCE2 assumes that on many projects, requirements emerge and evolve as the project continues.
PRINCE2 manages project-level changes using its ‘change control’ approach. Smaller changes at the development level can easily be managed using the prioritisation techniques common in Agile approaches.
PRINCE2 Agile elaborates on the tools team leaders, and project managers can use at the development level to facilitate faster autonomous development.
It’s not accurate to compare PRINCE2 and Agile as equivalent project management solutions. For one, agile has nothing to do with project management. Instead, it focuses squarely on issues encountered by individuals and small teams at the development level.
PRINCE2, on the other hand, is generally more concerned with the ‘big questions’ like “Should we do this project?” “How do we avoid risks and failure” or “How can we be sure that 6 months from now this product will still be desirable?”
PRINCE2 and Agile are not competing methods. PRINCE2 Agile was developed specifically to show that they are complementary approaches to different problems.