The Agile Digital Services Practitioner course provides detailed guidance on applying and tailoring the Agile Digital Services approach to various project scenarios.
The advice aligns with the Government Digital Service’s Service Manual. GDS is the UK Government department that’s responsible for digital transformation.
Here's what you'll learn:
- Applying the underpinning philosophy and principles of agile digital services in a project situation.
- Configuring the lifecycle of an agile digital services project to a given scenario.
- Evaluating the artefacts that are created during an agile digital services project.
- Understanding the mechanisms for planning, controlling and governing the project.
- Clarifying the various roles and responsibilities within an agile digital services project to identify appropriate candidates.
- Applying popular agile techniques, e.g. MoSCoW prioritisation, timeboxing and iterative development.
- Prioritising and managing requirements.
- Testing and measuring progress.
The training is ideal for the following people:
- Senior stakeholders with responsibility for an organisation’s digital services.
- Practising and aspiring project managers.
- Team members who want to become more effective in a digital services environment.
- Individuals who have completed the AgileDS® Foundation certificate.
Delegates must have completed the AgileDS® Foundation Certificate.
Delegates are invited to take an online exam at the end of the course:
- Complex multiple-choice
- Four questions per paper, with a maximum of 20 marks per question
- 40 marks are required to pass (out of 80)
- 2.5-hour duration.
- Open-book (Agile Digital Services Handbook only).