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Overview

Scrum Master Certification

This highly interactive, two-day scrum training course has been designed to give you the ability to experience first-hand what it is like to be part of a Scrum team. Learn the "what, why, and how" of Scrum, and be equipped to return to your organization with the knowledge to begin applying the Scrum framework to achieve success. Upon successful completion of this course, and passage of the scrum certification examination, you will be recognized by the Scrum Alliance as a Certified ScrumMaster (CSM). Your certification will be registered and includes a one-year Scrum Alliance membership.

Course Information

Who Should Attend

Managers, Designers, Developers, Testers, Analysts, Executives, Project Managers and IT Professionals.

Duration

Two Days

Where

Your Location

Price Determined by number of students. Up to 20 students can attend.

Overview

This highly interactive, two-day course has been designed to give you the ability to experience first-hand what it is like to be part of a Scrum team. Arrive prepared to face the challenges every ScrumMaster encounters and leave with the knowledge of how to handle those situations. You will learn the “what, why, and how” of Scrum, and will be equipped to return to your organization with the knowledge to begin applying the Scrum framework to achieve success.

Upon successful completion of this course, and passage of the certification examination, you will be recognized by the Scrum Alliance as a Certified ScrumMaster (CSM). Your certification will be registered and includes a one-year Scrum Alliance membership.

Detailed Course Guide

I. Agile Foundations

II. Scrum Foundations

III.Scrum Roles

      a. Overview of Scrum roles
      b. ScrumMaster
      c. Product Owner
      d. The Team

IV. Scrum Meetings

      a. Sprint Planning meeting 1
      b. Sprint Planning meeting 2
      c. Daily Scrum meeting
      d. Sprint Review meeting
      e. Sprint Retrospective meeting
      f. Release Planning meeting

V. Scrum Artifacts

      a. Product Backlog
      b. Product Increment and the Definition of Done
      c. Sprint Backlog
      d. Burndown Charts
      e. Other Artifacts

VI. Scaling Scrum

      a. Working with multiple Scrum teams
      b. Working with distributed Scrum teams