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Scrum Agile Institute offers the following Courses:

Scrum Master

Two days course in which the participants will learn in detail the values, principles, and practice of Scrum. The course includes exercises which allow it to apply the Scrum practices, making a real experience and achieving a better understanding of the Scrum values, principles, roles, artifacts, events, and rules.

The course provides the knowledge that can be used to ensure that Scrum is well understood by the team.

During the course, participants apply, through specially designed exercises, the practices they learn.

Topics:

  • Introduction to Scrum
  • Scrum Practices
    • Artifacts
    • Roles
    • Events
  • Applying Scrum
    • Initiation
    • Planning
    • Sprint
    • Inspection
  • The Scrum Master
    • Responsibilities
    • Skills
    • Activities
    • Selecting Scrum Masters
  • Additional Concepts
  • Implementation

Target audience: People who will take the role of Scrum Master in their organizations, and anyone who wants to know in detail the Scrum practices.

Materials provided: Participants will receive a printed version of the course slides, the exercises, and the book “Essential Scrum” by Kenneth S. Rubin

Recognition: Participants in the course will receive a certificate of attendance and will be granted to take the certification exam as “Scrum Master”. The course includes the cost of the certification exam.


Scrum Product Owner

Two days course in which participants will learn the details of the Product Owner role, who is responsible for defining the desired characteristics of the product and defining priorities to better balance cost and benefit. Attendees will learn how to successfully manage the product backlog, as a key tool of Scrum projects. The participants will learn how the product is being developed during the iterations and increments and how is re-structured to incorporate new ideas or to respond to changes required by the business.

During the course the attendees will learn ways to work as a link between the project team and the client or users of the product and how to plan customer commitments.

Additionally, during the course, participants apply, through specially designed exercises, the practices they learn.

Topics:

  • Introduction to Scrum
  • Scrum Practices
    • Artifacts
    • Roles
    • Activities
  • The Role of the Product Owner
    • Quality Aspects
    • Product Management
    • Product Vision
    • Product Definition
    • Defining the Product Backlog
    • Grooming
  • Making A Project
    • Delivery Planning
    • Sprint Planning
    • Sprint Review
  • Implementation

Target audience: People responsible for defining the characteristics of the products to be developed, responsible for generating products with an appropriate balance of cost and benefit, or interested to acquire more extensive knowledge about Scrum practices. Also Scrum Masters in order to acquire the required knowledge to adequately coach Product Owners.

Material: Participants will receive a printed version of the course slides, the material of the exercises performed, and the book Agile Product Management With Scrum by Roman Pichler.

Recognition: Participants in the course will receive a certificate of attendance and will get the knowledge necessary to take the certification exam as “Scrum Product Owner”, the course include the cost of the certification exam.


Scrum Developer

The aim of this three days course is to teach participants to work on a Scrum team, using modern practices as eXtreme Programming (XP), Test Driven Development (TDD), Continuous integration, code refactoring and Pair programming, to develop increments of potentially shippable software functionality.

Topics:

  • Introduction to Scrum
  • User Stories
  • Estimation and Progress
  • Techniques and Methodologies for Scrum Developers
    • Test-driven development (TDD)
    • TDD process
    • Design
    • Design led by “Test-first development”
    • Red-green-refactor cycle
    • Testing in Agile Methodologies
    • Testing strategies for Agile Development
    • Unit Testing and Acceptance Testing
    • Test metrics
  • Refactoring
    • When refactoring
    • Maintainability
    • Patterns and refactoring
  • Continuous Integration M
    • Single build command
    • Automated builds
    • Auto-testing
    • Automatic deployment
  • Design Patterns (and anti-patterns)
    • Concept
    • Utility
    • The gang of 4
    • Examples
  • Others
    • Extreme Programming
    • Lean Software Development
    • Distributed Scrum Development
    • Agile Retrospectives
    • Pair programming
    • Technical debt
    • Collaborative Development

Target audience: Software Developers working in Scrum teams, anyone who want to know or interested to acquire more extensive knowledge about Scrum and Agile practices.

Material: Participants will receive a printed version of the course slides, the material of the exercises performed, and the book Essential Skills for the Agile Developer by Allan Shalloway, Scott Bain, Ken Pugh and Amir Kolsky.

Recognition: Participants in the course will receive a certificate of attendance and will get the knowledge necessary to take the certification exam as “Scrum Developer”, the course include the cost of the certification exam.


Agile Practices Seminar for Executives

This one day course covers the principles and key concepts of Agile Methodologies. The purpose of the course is to introduce the participants to the fundamentals needed to start introducing and applying Agile methodologies in the organizations.

Topics:

  • Introduction to Agile Methodologies
  • Scrum Practices
  • Product Development
  • Implementation of Agile Methodologies

Target audience: Senior executives or middle managers responsible for the development or maintenance of software, administrators responsible for software support areas such as Quality Assurance, Process Engineering Group or Systems Engineers.

Material: Participants will receive a printed version of the course slides, the material of the exercises performed, and the book Software in 30 Days: How Agile Managers Beat the Odds, Delight Their Customers, And Leave Competitors In the Dust by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland

Recognition: Participants in the course will receive a certificate of attendance.

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