Scrum is the most broadly practised Agile framework in use today. This 2-day course will not only introduce you to the core elements of Scrum, but also equip you with practical skills to help you facilitate Scrum within your organisation.
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Through group exercises and discussions, our Scrum Master course will explore the roles, ceremonies and artefacts of the Scrum Guide. Our dual aims are to get you up-and-running with Scrum as soon as possible and to prepare you for the optional Professional Scrum Master I exam.
This course is aimed at those wishing to coach and facilitate Agile teams and for those wishing to introduce Scrum to their organisation.
- Build and coach successful Scrum teams.
- Facilitate key Scrum ceremonies.
- Mentor the team, stakeholders and the organisation on the Scrum framework.
- Identify which areas of work are suitably for Scrum and which might benefit from a more plan driven approach.
When creating complex products and services, traditional plan-driven approaches have long been associated with high levels of risk and delay. Scrum addresses this by fostering an iterative and incremental approach to value generation – releasing benefits earlier, curtailing risk and retaining an ability to respond to evolving customer needs and emergent technologies.
In addition to learning to about Scrum, you’ll also learn some specific techniques to help you coach a Scrum team towards achieving success. As part of the Scrum Master training we’ll also cover Agility in its broader sense and touch upon other manifestations of Agile, such as Extreme Programming and Kanban.
What is Agile?
Benefits of Agile
When to use Agile
Other Agile manifestations
The Product Backlog
The Sprint Backlog
Definition of Done
Potentially Shippable Product Increments
What documentation does Scrum recommend?
Scrum Team Structure
The Product Owner
The Development Team
The Scrum Master
The Daily Scrum
Facilitate key Scrum ceremoniesSprint Review
Product Backlog Refinement
Estimating and Planning Poker®
Sprint Burndown Charts
Release Burnup Charts
A willingness to engage with a more Agile way of working.
You will receive a login for Quanta Learn which contains some additional information, but this is not compulsory pre-course reading.
The exam is not taken during the course but delegates will be sent a password and link shortly after the course, allowing the online exam to be sat. Please note some additional study will be required to top up your Scrum knowledge before taking the exam.
Passing score: 85%. Time limit: 60 minutes. Format: Multiple Choice and True/False