Velociteach and PMI Long Island are proud to offer to you for the first time the next step in your transformation to Agile. The PMI-ACP course will prepare you for your professional accreditation and formally recognize your expertise in Agile methodologies.
Spanning multiple approaches including Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Extreme Programming and others, the ACP is the ideal credential for any Project leader looking to expand their domain knowledge in the Agile processes and procedures.
Led by Frank Polack PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, SA, you will receive a two day intensive training program complete with printed materials of all the presentations, fold out study guide, Andy Crowe’s “How to Pass on your First Try” Guide to the ACP as well as 120 days of online access to Velociteach’s award winning Online exam simulators and on-demand content. For attending you will earn 18 PDU’s towards your ACP requirements and the commensurate SEUs for maintaining any Scrum Alliance certifications you may have.
Join us to learn more about this highly in demand skill set and take the next steps in your Agile Transformation!
Date: October 9th and 10th 2017
Time: 8am -5:30pm Both days
Location: Central Long Island Rte 110 Corridor.
PMI LIC Members: $895.00
Non Members: $995.00
Take advantage of our new early bird pricing and sign up by Aug 30th for 100 dollars off the normal admission price! Click on Register to get access to this discount before Aug 30th.
About the Instructor:
FRANK POLACK PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, SA, INSTRUCTOR
Frank has over 25 years of experience in project management as a consultant and instructor for clients such as BellSouth, Worldspan, AT&T, and Southwest Airlines. For many years he maintained a dual-career in both project and I.T. management at companies such as SITA, Verizon Telematics, and the Royal Bank of Scotland. His expertise was in implementing PMOs and enterprise project management tools, as well as providing training in project management and tools. Frank was also a founding member of Emedikon, a consulting firm specializing in medical practice management and electronic medical record systems.
Having worked in several industries including telecomm, aviation and facility management, Frank also had the opportunity to work for the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) on special projects such as the Torch Relay, cycling (road and mountain), and Olympic Village Housing Allocation. A highlight of his tenure there was carrying the Olympic Torch in his hometown of Gainesville, Florida.
A member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) since 1996, Frank was president of the Atlanta Chapter of PMI, and sat on the PMI Global Ethics Review Committee for 4 years. He is currently a member of both PMI and the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP), and holds a B.S. in Hospitality Management from Florida International University.
Frank lives in Atlanta with 2 college-age sons, and spends his free time traveling in addition to racing and restoring vintage automobiles.
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