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As highly-decorated, multi-era Military Veterans and successful, credentialed Project Managers ourselves, we know that many Military Veterans have enough significant project management experience, talent and interpersonal skills to secure meaningful, lucrative, familiar post-Service careers as Project Managers.

PMI-ACP Overview From VETS2PM

Why Agile Project Management?

Military missions and exercises share the civilian definition of a project: a temporary endeavor undertaken to achieve unique goods, services, or results.  This means that any military leader ever responsible for receiving, planning, resourcing, leading, controlling, and briefing a mission or exercise has proven project management experience, talent, and interpersonal skills.  Based on our decades of experience in multiple uniforms over multiple eras, and on our multiple decades of experience delivering a myriad of projects and programs in multiple civilian organizations and sectors, we have developed a simple, actionable process for you to leverage your military leadership into meaningful, lucrative post-Service careers in project and program management.

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PMI-ACP Prerequisites

  • 2,000 hours of general project experience working on teams. A current PMP® or PgMP® will satisfy this requirement but is not required to apply for the PMI-ACP.
  • 1,500 hours working on agile project teams or with agile methodologies. This requirement is in addition to the 2,000 hours of general project experience.
  • 21 contact hours of training in agile practices.

Why Should You?

PMI-ACP validates your experience in agile practices and builds a foundation civilian employers can trust your are familiar with Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Extreme Programing (XP), and Test-Driven Development (TDD).