About the certification

Certified ScrumMaster course is a practical way to learn about Agile Principles and how to use them in the real work environment. You will study to pass the exam, practice with real-life cases and prepare to run a Scrum Project.

What are the requirements?

  • Some business strategy knowledge will be helpful. No technical background required.

What am I going to get from this course

In Scrum Master course you will get over 80 lectures and 20 hours of content. You will learn:
  • What are the primary responsibilities of a Scrum Master?
  • How to coach the Development Team.
  • How to help Product Owner to manage the product and clearly express requirements.
  • How to facilitate Scrum events
  • How to remove impediments to the Development Team’s progress.
  • How to plan and implement Scrum within the organization.
  • Scrum Master’s tasks within the Software Development Life Cycle.

What is the target audience?

  • This Course is for Candidates that want to experience working in Scrum environment, for Business Analysts, Testers, Developers. It is a fundamental course and will be useful for recent graduates that want to start a career in IT.

Curriculum


Module 1: Agile and Scrum Basics

  • 1.1  Agile and lean values and principles
  • 1.2  Comparing Agile and waterfall methods
  • 1.3  Agile roles and responsibilities
  • 1.4  The Agile project manager
  • 1.5  The Agile business analyst
  • 1.6  The Agile team environment
  • 1.7  Sprint Zero concept and activities
  • 1.8  Envisioning the product

Module 2: Building the Product Backlog

  • 2.1  Identifying User Roles
  • 2.2  Creating Personas
  • 2.3  Activity: Identify User Roles and create a Persona
  • 2.4  User story components: The 3 C’s
  • 2.5  Guidelines for writing user stories
  • 2.6  Identifying story “smells” to avoid
  • 2.7  Story writing workshops

Module 3: Planning a Sprint

  • 3.1  The sprint planning process
  • 3.2  Selecting user stories for a sprint
  • 3.3  Ordering the Product Backlog
  • 3.4  Activity: Order user stories using the MoSCoW rules
  • 3.5  Getting stories ready and done
  • 3.6  Defining acceptance criteria for user stories
  • 3.7  Activity: Define acceptance criteria

Module 4: Running a Sprint

  • 4.1  Sprint ceremonies
  • 4.2  The Daily Scrum meeting
  • 4.3  Updating the Team Board
  • 4.4  Using burndown charts to track progress
  • 4.5  Activity: Simulate a daily stand-up
  • 4.6  The Sprint Review meeting
  • 4.7  Refining the project backlog
  • 4.8  Negotiating changes during an iteration

Module 5: Adapting and Scaling Agile

  • 5.1  Adapting Agile methods
  • 5.2  Conditions for success in implementing Agile methods
  • 5.3  Motivations for implementing Agile methods
  • 5.4  Scaling Agile methods
  • 5.5  Methods used to scale Agile methods for larger teams
  • 5.6  Release planning
  • 5.7  Communication considerations for Agile teams
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