Agile Scrum Master Training & Certification Course

 

Agile Scrum Master Certification Training

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Key Features of Agile Scrum Master Certification Training

  • Interactive instructor-led Agile Scrum Master training
  • Highly qualified, certified, and accredited trainers
  • Agile Scrum Master course adhered to global standards
  • EXIN official Agile Scrum Master certificate
  • Get Agile Scrum Master Study Guide created by subject matter experts
  • 96% pass success rate
  • Get to know industry best practices and case studies
  • Prepare better with sample mock tests

Insights about Agile Scrum Master Training Course

With ever increasing need for high priority requests in projects and consistency in deliverables, Agile project management with scrum practices has allowed enterprises to create cross-functional teams to deliver projects incrementally. The Scrum Master is responsible for ensuring Scrum practices are understood and enacted in an enterprise set up.

Today, Agile is not just limited to software development, but it is being applied across all industry sectors and in various types of projects. Scrum is the most widely used Agile methodology, and this Agile Scrum Master certification is ideal for professionals who belong to IT and Project Management domains.

After completing your Agile Scrum Master training, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of:

  • Concepts of Agile and Scrum, especially “Agile way of Thinking”
  • Scrum Master role
  • Agile Estimating, Planning, Monitoring and Control
  • Complex projects such as scaling Agile projects, suitability of Agile, and Agile administration
  • Adopting Agile by introducing Agile, self-organization, Agile requirements, and proper environment

Job roles that can benefit from Agile Scrum Master training include, but are not limited to:

  • Software Developers
  • Project Team Members
  • Team Leads
  • Architects
  • Project Managers
  • Scrum Team Members
  • Scrum Managers
  • Scrum Masters
  • Teams transitioning to Scrum
  • And any one who is part of it and project management teams working on projects

Should successfully Complete an EXIN Accredited Agile Scrum Master Training. Training is mandatory.

  • Multiple choice examination questions
  • 40 questions
  • 26 marks required to pass (out of 40 available) - 65%
  • 90 minutes’ duration
  • Closed book

Syllabus of Agile Scrum Master Training

  • Agile Way of Thinking
  • Scrum Master Role
  • Agile Estimating, Planning, Monitoring and Control
  • Complex Projects
  • Adopting Agile

Agile Scrum Master Training Agenda

The daily agenda of the 2-day Agile Scrum Master Boot Camp Training is detailed below:

    • Agile concepts
      • The candidate can:
      • Explain the Agile way of thinking
      • Explain how Agility brings predictability and flexibility
    • Continuously improving the process
      • The candidate can:
      • Explain how to use continuous improvement
    • Other frameworks and other Agile frameworks
      • The candidate can:
      • Recognize other frameworks and methodologies: Waterfall, Crystal, Lean, XP, DSDM, DevOps.
    • Applying Agile principles in IT Service Management 2.5%
      • The candidate can:
      • Explain how to apply Agile principles to IT Service Management
  • Responsibilities and commitment
    • The candidate can:
    • Explain which tasks and responsibilities belong to the Scrum Master role
    • Explain which solutions are suitable for solving problems
    • Explain which tools to us to facilitate the team
  • Coaching the team and mediating
    • The candidate can:
    • Explain when and how to mediate through conflict
    • Explain how to coach and challenge the team
    • Explain the importance of training
  • Other roles (Product Owner, Development Team)
    • The candidate can:
    • Explain all roles within the Scrum framework
    • Writing and maintaining the Product and Sprint Backlog
      • The candidate can:
      • Explain why a good Definition of Done is so important
      • Create and recognize good User Stories
      • Explain how to maintain the Product Backlog and how to add Product Backlog Items
    • Agile Planning
      • The candidate can:
      • Explain iterative planning in all the planning moments: Roadmap, Release and Sprint Planning
      • Explain the role of the Scrum Master in all the planning moments: Roadmap, Release and Sprint Planning
    • Agile Estimation
      • The candidate can:
      • Explain when and how to estimate using Story Points, Ideal Hours and Ideal Days
      • Explain how to guide a planning session, with and without Planning Poker
      • Recognize errors in estimation
      • Explain how to calculate ROI (Return on Investment)
    • Tracking and communicating progress
      • The candidate can:
      • Identify impediments, deviations, roadblocks and other obstacles that influence the progress positively and negatively
      • Explain how to create Information Radiators, how to interpret them and how to act on the results
      • Explain commonly used tracking methods (Burn-Down Chart, Velocity…)
    • Staying in control
      • The candidate can:
        • Explain how to manage issues, bugs and informing
  • Scaling Agile projects
    • The candidate can:
    • Explain how to use the Product Backlog in a scaled environment
    • Explain how to scale to larger teams using Scrum-of-Scrums
  • Suitability of Agile for different types of projects
    • The candidate can:
    • Explain in which cases it is not possible to use Agile
    • Identify the limits of a Scrum Team
  • Agile administration in tooling and tool integration
    • The candidate can:
    • Explain which tools can help a team to use or adopt Agile and thereby increase the quality of the development process
    • Introducing Agile
      • The candidate can:
      • Explain which project management activities are important to include in the transition plan
      • Explain which milestones are important in the transition
      • Explain how to deal with resistance to change
    • Self-organization
      • The candidate can:
      • Explain what self-organization means and how project management is shared
      • Explain what it means to have a cross-functional team
    • Agile requirements and proper environment
      • The candidate can:
      • Explain what changes in culture need to be made before adopting Agile
      • Explain what physical changes need to be made before adopting Agile

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