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Course Structure

 1. Agile Scrum - Introduction (SM31) - Prerequisite - None. 
 2. Agile Scrum - Master (SM32) - Prerequisite - Course (SM31). 

 The SM31 course runs over 1 weekend (2 weekend days).
The SM32 course runs over 2 weekends (4 weekend days). We recommend both courses taken  together to achieve  a comprehensive readiness of candidates for the industry at the end of the courses. We offer a  10% discount for  candidates that enroll for both courses. All our courses prepares candidates for both  Practical Industry  Knowledge and Certification (where available). 

 Agile Scrum - Introduction (SN31)
 History of Scrum
 Framework vs Methodology

 Pillars of Agile
 The AGILE Manifesto
 The Principles of AGILE
 The Scrum Values
 The Scrum Roles
 The Scrum Artifacts
 The Scrum Events
 Scrum Terms
 Scrum Tools
 Scrum vs Waterfall
 Scrum in NonIT projects
 Scrum Metrics and Empiricism
 What Scrum is not

 Agile Scrum - Master (SM32)
 The Scrum Theory
 (Empiricism, Iterations and Increments)
 The Scrum Master (Servant Leader)
 The Scrum Master and The Product Owner
 The Scrum Master and The Development Team
 The Scrum Master and The Organisation

 The Stand Up and Post Stand Up
 The Scrum Sprint Planning Meeting 1
 The Scrum Sprint Planning Meeting 2
 The Sprint Review
 The Sprint Retrospective
 Product Backlog
 Release Backlog
 Sprint Backlog
 Sprint Tasks
 Backlog Refinement
 Prioritisation Techniques
 The User Story
 Sizing and Estimation Techniques
 Calculating and Managing Velocity
 Calculating and Managing Capacity
Definition of Done

 Burndown and BurnUp Charts
 Task Board
 Kanban Boards
 Facilitation Techniques
 Team Conversation
 Team Knowledge Transfer
 Release Planning
 Release Mapping (MVP and MMF)

 How to Scale Scrum
 The Agile Coach or Mentor 

 Live Project Scenarios and Case Studies
 Practice with industry standard tools
 Scrum Master Certification support (CSM, PSM 1 & 2)

 Scrum Master CV Services (Optional)
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