PSM I Scrum Master Training
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About the Event
This is a two day course for Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, Project Managers, Development Team members and anyone else who wants to understand the fundamentals of Scrum from first principles, understand how Scrum works in the real world and validate that understanding with an industry recognised certification.
The training includes a detailed discussion of Scrum Theory from an instructor who has years of experience applying Scrum in the real world, practical exercises as part of a Scrum Team and up to 2 free attempts at the Scrum.org PSM I Assessment.
The course includes 2 days training, lunch, refreshments and the PSM I Assessment for £950 + VAT.
Who is this course aimed at?
Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, Project Managers, Developer Team members, managers and anyone in an organisation that is using Scrum or considering using Scrum who wants to understand how to deliver complex, adaptive products such as software using the Scrum Framework.
What are the prerequisites for attending the course?
There are no prerequisites. If you read the Scrum Guide beforehand you'll possibly get more from the experience but the course takes you step by step from first principles.
How many people will be in the training?
At least 4 and usually no more than around 12 people to ensure maximum engagement for everyone who attends.
What time does the training run from and until?
Nine to five both days with breaks for coffee and lunch.
What does the course cover?
- A fundamental understanding of the Scrum Framework
- Scrum Theory, Scrum Principles and Scrum Values
- The role of the Scrum Master
- Which projects are a good fit for Scrum
- Servant-leadership, self-organisation and your Definition of Done
- Learning the importance of inspection, adaptation, and fast feedback cycles
How do I obtain the PSM I (Professional Scrum Master) Certification?
The course includes up to two free attempts at the PSM I on-line Assessment. You can take this in your own time. All you need is a computer with an internet connection and a web browser and the assessment password, which is supplied by Scrum.org after you have completed the course. It is an "open book" exam meaning you can have the Scrum Guide open and Google available but you need to answer 80 multiple choice questions in 60 minutes and the pass mark is 85%.
Students that attempt the assessment within 14 days but do not pass will be given a 2nd attempt at no additional cost.
Price: GBP 950 + VAT
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