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Agile Scrum Foundation + exam

  • Course Code SCRUM-F
  • Duration 2 days

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Course Overview


In today’s business climate it is more critical than ever to remain flexible, keep costs low and shorten delivery cycle times. These growing pressures demand a new approach to development activities, project management approaches and business in general. Agile product development practices provide an iterative and adaptive approach to accelerating business value generation through the collaboration of cross-functional teams focused on continuous improvement, scope flexibility and delivering essential product quality. Scrum, the most popular Agile methodology is a framework for developing and sustaining complex products, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value.

This unique 2-day certification course provides the essential knowledge needed by IT professionals in Agile methodologies and Scrum practices. It focuses on the basic principles and concepts of both Agile and Scrum with an emphasis on several Scrum components like managing sprints, Agile meeting structure, the key roles and methods.


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Target Audience


This course is applicable to anyone working in the fields of IT and project management, particularly those participating in projects.


Course Objectives


The course is designed as an introduction to the core topics associated with Agile and Scrum. Specifically, by the end of this course, participants will understand:

  • Concepts of Agile and Scrum including the “Agile way of thinking”
  • Scrum practices including roles, events, the importance of backlog and the definition of done
  • Scrum planning and estimation
  • Monitoring of Scrum projects including Burn-down charts, Kanban boards and Information Radiators
  • Advanced Scrum concepts including applying Scrum in large, complex projects and within distributed teams
  • How to create an Agile workspace


Course Content

  • Introduction in Agile en Scrum
  • Scrum practices
  • Scrum planning
  • Monitoring Scrum projects
  • Advanced Scrum concepts


Course Prerequisites


There are no prerequisites required for this course.


Test Certification


This course prepares for the Exin exam ASF (Agile Scrum Foundation) and will be taken at the end of the course. The exam price is included.



Further Information


The course materials are partly in e-book format, so please bring your tablet/smartphone with you.



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