Register for the course at the Fort Worth PMI Chapter / Banyan Group CoBranding Site:
May 16th, 21st and 23rd
6:00PM - 9:00PM
Course Cost: $295
Project Management professionals are familiar with the concepts of traditional project management, but some companies are turning to Agile Project Management. In this course, students will not only receive a thorough introduction to Agile project management, but will also learn how it aligns with traditional, PMBOK-based project management.
If you're considering PMI's new Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), this course will give you 8 contact hours toward that certification in addition 8 PDUs or contact hours toward the PMP certification.
If you already have your PMP, you can earn 21 PDUs by taking this course!
Students will receive:
* This course is only available to Fort Worth PMI Chapter members.
(membership will be verified prior to course start date)
Not a member and want to be? Read 'Membership' information at the bottom of this page
• Course Workbook
Phil Williams, PMP, PMI-ACP
Phil Williams is a consultant, speaker and senior instructor with Banyan Group Consulting. He is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) with extensive experience working with clients large and small across many industries.
As an instructor, Phil brings knowledge, experience and enthusiasm to his classes and workshops. It’s his personal mission to deliver knowledge that will enable project management professionals to be more effective and achieve greater success.
Phil has a BBA from Baylor University and currently lives in the Texas hill country near Boerne.
PMI & Fort Worth Chapter Membership
How do I become a PMI member?
The easiest method is through the www.pmi.org
website. Click "Join" (upper right corner of page). You will have the option to add chapter membership at this time as well.
How do I become a Fort Worth Chapter member?
If you are already a PMI member and wish to join our chapter, Go to the PMI Global website www.pmi.org
. Log in using your PMI member ID and password. Click "Get Involved" and then click the "chapter" link. Select the chapter and click the "join" button.