PMI-ACP (Agile) using AF COOL

If you are a motivated enlisted Airmen then you are likely frustrated by some of the Catch-22 Policies AF COOL has implemented that have made it difficult to use your OWN educational benefits.


I am here to tell you that we found a way for senior enlisted (E7+) to get access to PMI-ACP certification training using AF COOL.


Agile experience is change driven project work that is iterative and incremental. It DOES NOT have to be IT Related at all. I used developing a CONOP and CDD Acquisition document development for my project.


How it works:


Like all AFVEC requests you have to have an approved application from PMI first and this was the sticking point but we have found a work around through the NCOA course.


1) Fill out your ACP application through PMI.org by using our free application course for the narrative and use NCOA or another 21+ hour military leadership course for the training requirement. If you are one of our PMP students you can use your PMP training by putting ATP Certification course.


Here is a link to our free application course:

https://pm-prolearn.matrixlms.com/visitor_catalog_class/show/811085/How-to-Complete-the-PMP-or-PMI-ACP-Application



2) After your application is completed with PMI submit an invoice request through our website here: https://www.pm-prolearn.com/request-funding-invoice


Our team will send you the required documents so you can upload them into AFVEC for training and the exam.


3) Choose your course or attend self paced. After the course you can let our team know you want the exam funded and we buy you the exam.


If you have a group of 6-8 we can custom schedule a class anywhere in the world.


Unit funding is also an option for those junior enlisted or officers, or for senior enlisted too.


If you have any questions or need help in any way please let us know. trainingquote@pm-prolearn.com


If you want to talk with the Top3 to see who is interested it would be greatly appreciated.


Find 8, Pick a date, Send names (World wide custom scheduling)


Agile project management is the culture that General Brown is trying to achieve in the Peer Fight. Accelerate, Change or Lose requires empowered decision making that embraces change.





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