Scrum Master COURSE

Scrum Master COURSE

WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?

This course is essential for anyone who is a Scrum Master or thinking of becoming one. It is also beneficial for those who wish to understand the challenges of implementing good Scrum within an organisation and learn powerful techniques to overcome them.

This 2-day Scrum Master course consists of 3 courses:

  1. Lean Agile Foundation (AA-LAF)
  2. Scrum Foundation (AA-SF)
  3. Scrum Master (AA-SM)

 

ACCOUNTABLE FOR EFFECTIVENESS

A Scrum Master is accountable for the Scrum Team’s effectiveness. Yet, many Scrum Teams fail to deliver. Promises are often broken and stakeholders are disappointed.

Delivery is key. That’s why our training is different.

 

OUR SCRUM MASTER TRAINING IS DIFFERENT

Unlike other Scrum courses, our training is founded upon Lean Thinking, so you will start there before progressing onto Scrum.

Scrum is also founded upon Lean Thinking. Our Delivery With Agility training will teach you how to leverage Lean Thinking with your Scrum Teams, and supercharge your Scrum.

As a Scrum Master, you will be taught the key areas in which most Scrum Teams fail and you will participate in learning workshops to develop your skills at improving the effectiveness of your Scrum Teams.

 

Upcoming Dates

DateCoursePriceBuy
10-01-23Scrum Master Course - Afloat on the Thames - 10th January 2023 - 09:00 GMT£1,295.00 +VAT

Course Overview

Duration: 8 Hours
CPD Points: 8
 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Compare Scrum Accountabilities.
  • Explain how Lean Principles apply to Scrum.
  • Apply the 8 Wastes of Lean to Scrum.
  • Distinguish between self-managing teams and self-organising teams.
  • Demonstrate the responsibilities of a Scrum Master to the Scrum team.
  • Demonstrate the responsibilities of a Scrum Master to the business.
  • Identify the accountabilities of a Scrum Team.
  • Illustrate how a Scrum Master can contribute to a Scrum Team’s effectiveness.
  • Explain the importance of the Commitments of Scrum.
  • Discover new ways of facilitating Sprint Retrospectives.
  • Demonstrate the importance of transparency.
  • Inspect feedback and adapt your response accordingly.
  • Explain the importance of the Definition of Done.
  • Successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Scrum Master (AA-SM) exam.

 

Exam

  • Fee: Included with AA-SM course
  • Questions: 60
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer and True/False
  • Timebox: 60 minutes
  • Pass Mark: 80%
  • Difficulty: intermediate
  • Language: English only


In order to graduate this course, you must successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Scrum Foundation (AA-SM) exam.

Course Overview

Duration: 4 Hours
CPD Points: 4
 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Explain the importance of empiricism.
  • Name the 3 Pillars of Scrum.
  • List the Scrum events.
  • Identify the accountabilities of Scrum.
  • Name the artifacts of Scrum.
  • Discuss the Scrum commitments.
  • Explain the Scrum Values.
  • Implement the Scrum Values in the workplace.
  • Experiment with Scrum for complex product delivery.
  • Successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Scrum Foundation (AA-SF) exam.
 

Exam

  • Fee: Included with AA-SF course
  • Questions: 30
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer and True/False
  • Timebox: 30 minutes
  • Pass Mark: 80%
  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Language: English only
 
In order to graduate this course, you must successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Scrum Foundation (AA-SF) exam. 

Course Overview

Duration: 4 Hours
CPD Points: 4
 

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Agilistix Academy Lean Agile Foundation Course (AA-LAF) you will be able to :

  • Describe the 5 basic principles of Lean Thinking.
  • Distinguish between Agile and Lean.
  • Explain why Lean Thinking and Agile mindset are a great blend.
  • Name the 8 Wastes of Lean.
  • Identify which of 8 Wastes of Lean applies to a given wasteful process scenario.
  • Describe the reasons for the inception of the Agile Manifesto.
  • Describe the advantages of a Lean Agile approach vs. a traditional / waterfall approach to delivery.
  • List the Values of the Agile Manifesto.
  • Explain why Value and people come first.
  • Name at least 4 Principles of the Agile Manifesto.
  • Discuss a defined process vs. Agile empirical processes.
  • Discuss approaches to the empirical model for improvement and change.
  • Describe the business culture and the economic case required for Agile.
  • Describe the implication of Agile practices on individuals, teams and businesses.
  • Give examples of how we can respond to change in with Agile.
  • Describe the common Agile accountabilities roles, techniques and practices.
  • Successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Lean Agile Foundation (AA-LAF) exam.

 

Exam 

  • Fee: Included with AA-LAF course
  • Questions: 30
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer and True/False
  • Timebox: 30 minutes
  • Pass Mark: 80%
  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Language: English only
 
In order to graduate this course, you must successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Lean Agile Foundations (AA-LAF) exam:

Course Overview

Duration: 8 Hours
CPD Points: 8
 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Compare Scrum Accountabilities.
  • Explain how Lean Principles apply to Scrum.
  • Apply the 8 Wastes of Lean to Scrum.
  • Distinguish between self-managing teams and self-organising teams.
  • Demonstrate the responsibilities of a Scrum Master to the Scrum team.
  • Demonstrate the responsibilities of a Scrum Master to the business.
  • Identify the accountabilities of a Scrum Team.
  • Illustrate how a Scrum Master can contribute to a Scrum Team’s effectiveness.
  • Explain the importance of the Commitments of Scrum.
  • Discover new ways of facilitating Sprint Retrospectives.
  • Demonstrate the importance of transparency.
  • Inspect feedback and adapt your response accordingly.
  • Explain the importance of the Definition of Done.
  • Successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Scrum Master (AA-SM) exam.

 

Exam

  • Fee: Included with AA-SM course
  • Questions: 60
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer and True/False
  • Timebox: 60 minutes
  • Pass Mark: 80%
  • Difficulty: intermediate
  • Language: English only


In order to graduate this course, you must successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Scrum Foundation (AA-SM) exam.

Course Overview

Duration: 4 Hours
CPD Points: 4
 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Explain the importance of empiricism.
  • Name the 3 Pillars of Scrum.
  • List the Scrum events.
  • Identify the accountabilities of Scrum.
  • Name the artifacts of Scrum.
  • Discuss the Scrum commitments.
  • Explain the Scrum Values.
  • Implement the Scrum Values in the workplace.
  • Experiment with Scrum for complex product delivery.
  • Successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Scrum Foundation (AA-SF) exam.
 

Exam

  • Fee: Included with AA-SF course
  • Questions: 30
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer and True/False
  • Timebox: 30 minutes
  • Pass Mark: 80%
  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Language: English only
 
In order to graduate this course, you must successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Scrum Foundation (AA-SF) exam. 

Course Overview

Duration: 4 Hours
CPD Points: 4
 

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Agilistix Academy Lean Agile Foundation Course (AA-LAF) you will be able to :

  • Describe the 5 basic principles of Lean Thinking.
  • Distinguish between Agile and Lean.
  • Explain why Lean Thinking and Agile mindset are a great blend.
  • Name the 8 Wastes of Lean.
  • Identify which of 8 Wastes of Lean applies to a given wasteful process scenario.
  • Describe the reasons for the inception of the Agile Manifesto.
  • Describe the advantages of a Lean Agile approach vs. a traditional / waterfall approach to delivery.
  • List the Values of the Agile Manifesto.
  • Explain why Value and people come first.
  • Name at least 4 Principles of the Agile Manifesto.
  • Discuss a defined process vs. Agile empirical processes.
  • Discuss approaches to the empirical model for improvement and change.
  • Describe the business culture and the economic case required for Agile.
  • Describe the implication of Agile practices on individuals, teams and businesses.
  • Give examples of how we can respond to change in with Agile.
  • Describe the common Agile accountabilities roles, techniques and practices.
  • Successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Lean Agile Foundation (AA-LAF) exam.

 

Exam 

  • Fee: Included with AA-LAF course
  • Questions: 30
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer and True/False
  • Timebox: 30 minutes
  • Pass Mark: 80%
  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Language: English only
 
In order to graduate this course, you must successfully complete the Agilistix Academy Lean Agile Foundations (AA-LAF) exam:

Become a scrum master with our two day course

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LOCATION

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ADDRESS:

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50 St. Katharine’s Way,
London, E1W 1LA