about course

A Certified ScrumMaster® is well equipped to use Scrum, an agile methodology to any project to ensure its success. Scrum's iterative approach and ability to respond to change, makes the Scrum practice best suited for projects with rapidly altering and high emergent requirements, enabling teams to deliver usable software consistently and periodically through a defined project lifecycle.

The role of the ScrumMaster can be seen as crucial and involves overcoming challenges to progress, facilitating the process, and working with the product owner to make sure the product backlog is in good shape and ready for the next sprint. The ScrumMaster ensures that his team lives by the values and practices of Scrum, and doing so ensures their high performance.

This two-day Certified ScrumMaster training is delivered by Scrum Alliance Certified Trainers (CSTs) who will provide you with a deeper understanding of the three overarching areas of change under Scrum: Iterative Development, Self-Management, and Visibility required for greater project success as a ScrumMaster.

This training is being conducted in partnership with KnowledgeHut, a Registered Education Provider of Scrum Alliance.

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Delivered by
CST®
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CSM exam
Fee included
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16 PMI PDUs &
Certification Offered

Curriculum

  1. Agile Manifesto
  2. Scrum Foundations
    • Empirical and defined processes
  1. Sprint
  2. Sprint duration
  3. The Significance of "Done"?
  4. The Five Scrum Values
  5. Applicability of ScrumSprint duration
  1. Overview of Scrum Roles
    • ScrumMaster
    • Product Owner
    • The Team
  1. Sprint Planning Meeting
  2. Daily Scrum Meeting
  3. Sprint Review Meeting
  4. Sprint Retrospective Meeting
  5. Release Planning Meeting
  6. Sprint Grooming Session
  1. Product Backlog
  2. Sprint Backlog
  3. Burndown Charts
    • Sprint Burndown Chart
    • Release Burndown Chart

benefits

From the Course

Understanding of Scrum framework, including team roles, activities, and artifacts to get a project off onthe right foot

Practical, project-proven practices

Understanding of how to scale Scrum from small-sized to large, multi-continent projects

Tips and tricks to use Scrum in a wide variety of environments

Access to local user groups, online social networks, and additional resources that are only available to Scrum Alliance members

Profile page on the Scrum Alliance website and access to a specially designed logo to highlight your credentials, on passing the online CSM Exam

From the Workshop

This training is being conducted in partnership with KnowledgeHut, a Registered Education Provider of Scrum Alliance.

Training by experienced Scrum Alliance Certified Instructors (CSTs)

14 PDUs - 16 PDUs , and correspondingly 14 SEUs - 16 SEUs (Varies according to the CST)

Course Fee includes the CSM Certification (exam) Fee

Scrum Alliance approved course material authored by CSTs

Practical experience working with Scrum tools and activities

2-year membership with Scrum Alliance on passing the online CSM test

exam &
certification

Eligibility

Your successful completion of this 2-day CSM course makes you eligible for Scrum Alliance's Online CSM Test.

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Process

After completing your CSM course, you will receive an email from Scrum Alliance that includes a link to create your login credentials. You will use those credentials to gain access to the Online CSM Test. Once the test is complete, you will be asked to accept a license agreement. You will then receive the official designation of Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) from Scrum Alliance,along with a two-year membership with Scrum Alliance.

instructors

Alexandre Magno CST

Alexandre Magno CST

I help creative workers, teams and organisations to learn better by facilitating unique learning experiences on agile, self-organising teams and learning 3.0. I really believe that emergent learning and learning facilitation are the keys to creative workers' success in this complex and fast-paced new world of work. I'm the author of "How Creative Workers Learn", the first book in the Learning 3.0 series, and founder of the Learning 3.0 brand at Happy Melly. Throughout my career, I have moved from programming computers to software development; then moving back into to database development; product, project and team leadership; agile coaching...and finally: business management. In all those fields I was in someway involved with learning initiatives, realising that was where I am able to make a huge social impact, and so identifying this as my calling in life.

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Angel Diaz-Maroto CST

<p>Angel is a very energetic Agile coach who truly enjoy challenges. Putting in place Lean and Agile concepts and practices in very complex environments is my specialty and passion. As&nbsp;as an Agile coach, trainer, and mentor, he's supported several multinational organizations in their Agile journeys in&nbsp;the last 10 years.<br></p><p>During his 18+ years of experience in IT Angel has worked in various roles: Agile coach, R&amp;D manager, software developer, software architect, ScrumMaster, and trainer. Angel is a CEC (Certified Enterprise Coach by the Scrum Alliance), a Management 3.0 licensed trainer.&nbsp;Additionally, he teaches video game production at ESNE (University of Design, Innovation and technology) and Design Thinking at LaSalle University. Angel is also a frequent speaker having participated in more than 40 international conferences and Agile events in Europe, Asia and the Americas. <br></p><br>

Danny (Danko) Kovatch

Danny (Danko) Kovatch

As a seasoned veteran in the IT industry and the first CST in Israel, Danko is a well recognized international speaker with unique ways of presenting Scrum to newcomers. His first steps began in 1997 when he completed 5 years of service in the Israeli army in a special elite program, where he was Group Manager in a computer unit. Afterwards, Danko joined a startup by the name of EagleEye, a subsidiary company of New Dimension where he was in charge of several development groups.

In 2000, BMC purchased New Dimension and Eagle Eye became a business unit of BMC. In 2005, Danko was exposed to Scrum and from that date there was no looking back. Danko gained more and more knowledge and experience in Agile and specifically in Scrum and found himself lecturing and helping other companies to implement Scrum.

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