Agile and Scrum Master
Welcome to our full training program for Agile and Scrum! Agile and Scrum have changed the way teams work in project management by encouraging them to be flexible, work together, and progress in small steps. Our training is meant to give you the skills and information you need to be a good Agile practitioner and Scrum master, which will help you make sure your projects go well.
Why Agile and Scrum?
Agile methods, like Scrum, put customer collaboration, the ability to adapt to change, and providing value in small chunks at the top of the list. Here’s why knowing how to use Agile and Scrum is so important for good project management:
Agile is open to change, so teams can change the requirements and responsibilities of a project based on feedback.
Agile methods are based on giving people what they want and meeting their changing needs.
Scrum makes it easy to see how a project is going, which helps with discussion and making decisions.
Scrum’s iterative method allows teams to deliver operational components of a project at regular intervals.
Key Highlights of Our Training:
Introduction to Agile:
Learn about the values, principles, and benefits of the Agile method to project management.
Learn about Scrum, Kanban, and Extreme Programming (XP), which are all Agile models.
Discover the jobs roles of the Product Owner, the Scrum Master, and the Development Team, as well as the artefacts and ceremonies used in Scrum.
Learn how to make and handle a product backlog, put things in order of importance, and define user stories.
Know how to plan and run Sprints, including how to make a Sprint list and estimate tasks.
Learn about the style of daily stand-up meetings and how they help teams stay in sync and keep track of their progress.
Sprint Review and Retrospective:
Learn about the Sprint review, which is a chance to show off your work, and the retrospective, which helps you keep getting better.
Learn how to apply Agile practices to bigger projects and organisations by using scaling strategies.
Why Choose Our Agile and Scrum Training?
Learn from experienced Agile users and Scrum masters who share real-world tips and best practices from the industry.
You can get real-world experience through simulations, role-playing, and Scrum tasks that take place in the real world.
Learn the skills you need to make sure your project goes well and delivers value.
If you know how to use Agile and Scrum, you may advance your career as a project manager or team leader.
Flexible Learning Formats:
You can choose to take online courses at your own pace.
Who Should Attend:
- Project Managers and Team Leaders
- Developers and people who work on software
- Business Analysts and Product Managers are a good example of this.
- Anyone who wants to use Agile and Scrum practices to handle projects
Why Choose Checkmate IT Tech?
If you are looking for training providers that offer ongoing support and resources to help you succeed in your Agile and Scrum journey. Checkmate IT offers a comprehensive introduction to Agile and Scrum, including both theoretical and practical aspects. These may include access to trainers, online communities, practice exercises, and job placement assistance. Checkmate IT Tech offers flexible training options that suit your schedule and learning preferences.
- Understanding Agile Principles and Values
- Overview of Scrum Framework and its Benefits
- Role of Agile and Scrum in Modern Software Development
- Exploring the Four Values of the Agile Manifesto
- Applying Agile Principles to Software Development
- Creating an Agile Mindset and Culture
- Roles in Scrum: Scrum Master, Product Owner, Development Team
- Responsibilities of Each Role in the Scrum Framework
- Building Collaborative and Self-Organizing Teams
- Overview of Scrum Events: Sprint Planning, Daily Standup, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective
- Conducting Effective Sprint Planning and Grooming Sessions
- Facilitating Engaging and Productive Daily Standup Meetings
- Creating and Maintaining the Product Backlog
- Writing Effective User Stories and Acceptance Criteria
- Prioritizing and Estimating User Stories with Agile Techniques
- Executing a Sprint: Development, Testing, and Collaboration
- Creating a Potentially Shippable Increment
- Handling Changes and Scope Creep during Sprints
- Measuring Progress and Performance in Agile Projects
- Using Agile Metrics: Velocity, Burnup, Burndown
- Identifying and Addressing Bottlenecks and Delays
- Overview of Agile and Scrum Tools (e.g., Jira, Trello)
- Using Tools for Backlog Management, Sprint Planning, and Reporting
- Integrating Tools into the Agile Workflow
- Overview of Scaling Agile Frameworks (e.g., SAFE, LESS, Nexus)
- Managing Multiple Teams and Dependencies in Large Projects
- Challenges and Considerations for Scaling Agile
- Implementing Agile Best Practices: Test-Driven Development, Pair Programming, etc.
- Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) in Agile
- Facilitating Retrospectives and Implementing Continuous Improvement
- Guided Projects: Applying Scrum Principles in Real-World Scenarios
- Student Presentations and Retrospective Discussions
- Review of Key Concepts and Takeaways
- Discussion of Further Learning Paths and Resources
- Certificates of Completion
- Agile Principles and Values
- Scrum Framework and Roles (Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development Team)
- Agile Manifesto and its Principles
- User Stories and Backlog Management
- Sprint Planning and Sprint Backlog
- Daily Standup Meetings
- Sprint Review and Retrospective
- Estimation Techniques (e.g., Planning Poker)
- Definition of Done (DoD)
- Agile Planning and Release Management
- Agile Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
- Agile Tools (e.g., JIRA, Trello)
- Agile Testing Practices
- Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD)
- Scaling Agile (e.g., SAFE, LESS, Nexus)
Meet Your Mentors
Experience: John Roberts is a very skilled Agile Scrum Master who has led and coached agile teams for more than 10 years. He has worked for many different kinds of companies, from small ones to big ones, in fields like technology, business, and healthcare. John is good at putting Scrum practices into place, helping with sprint planning, and getting rid of problems. Training Insights: In his teaching sessions, John will talk about the basic ideas behind the Agile and Scrum methods. He will teach the students about the jobs and responsibilities of a Scrum Master, as well as how to manage backlogs, do sprint reviews, and get people on the team to work together.
Experience: Emily Davis has worked in project management and software development and is a Certified Scrum Master (CSM). She has used Agile practices to lead cross-functional teams to make high-quality goods. Emily has worked with teams that are spread out and taught them how to use Agile. Course Insights: Emily's class will be about Agile project management, the Scrum structure, and the best ways for Agile teams to work together. She will give tips on how to run daily stand-ups, sprint retrospectives, and sprint planning meetings well.
Experience: David Lee has been an Agile Scrum Master for a long time, and he is very interested in continuous growth and Agile coaching. He has led Agile transformations in organizations and pushed for the concepts and values of Agile to be used. David is good at making sure that Agile teams have a mindset of openness, trust, and clear communication. Course Insights: David's training sessions will focus on Agile leadership and the concepts of servant leadership. He will show the students how to coach and teach Agile teams so that they can become self-organizing and high performing.
Total Admission Fee
Admissions are closed once the requisite number of participants enroll for the upcoming cohort. Apply early to secure your seat.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Agile is an iterative and collaborative way to handle projects and make new products. It focuses on flexibility, customer input, and small, regular deliveries. It’s important because it lets teams respond quickly to change and produce valuable products in a way that is more customer-focused and efficient.
Scrum is a set of rules for organizing and handling work that is part of the Agile methodology. Scrum is a popular Agile methodology that focuses on roles (Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development Team), events (Sprint, Daily Standup, Sprint Review), and artefacts (Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Increment).
No, you don’t need to have managed projects before no perquisites.
Learning about Agile and Scrum can help you get better at managing projects, working as a team, making products, planning in small steps, and adjusting to change.
A typical Agile and Scrum training program includes things like the Agile principles, the Scrum framework, roles and responsibilities, Agile practices (like user stories, sprints, and retrospectives), and how to use Agile in different settings.
Yes, both Agile and Scrum have qualifications. Certified ScrumMaster (CSM), Professional Scrum Master (PSM), and Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) are all good examples.
Yes, we do offer help after training to help you get a job. This help includes access to tools, chances to meet new people, help with making a resume, and help getting ready for an interview.
You can work on projects like making a product list for a software development project, planning and running a sprint, holding daily stand-up meetings, and leading sprint reviews.
Yes, you can become an expert in jobs like Scrum Master, Product Owner, or Agile Coach, or you can join a development team that uses Agile methods.
Learning Agile and Scrum can lead to jobs like Scrum Master, Agile Coach, Project Manager, Product Owner, and other roles in fields like software development, marketing, and more.