Free Scrum course with certificate. Self-paced learning.
Introductory virtual course aligned to the latest version of the official Scrum guide, and thoughtfully designed so that you have what you need to know in a simple way. Trainer Martin Alaimo holds the four highest certifications in the industry: CST, CEC, CAL Educator & Path to CSP Educator.
What will you learn?
The Scrum definition, how it works, and the philosophy behind the Agile Manifesto and Scrum.
What do the Scrum Master, the Product Owner and Developers do? We will go through their responsibilities to better understand the Scrum Team functioning. Cross-functional and self-managed teams. Agile teams' ideal size.
What is a Sprint, and how is it like to work in interations (Sprints)? The goals and activities for each of the other events (meetings): Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective.
The three Scrum artifacts and their main attributes: the Product Backlog, the Sprint Backlog, and the Product Increment. Product Backlog Items (PBIs) and their order. The relationship between the Product Backlog and the product objective. The connection between the Sprint Backlog and the Sprint Goal. How the Product Increment and Definition of Done (DoD) align. Product Backlog Refinement.
What is this Scrum foundations crash course about?
The Scrum Agile framework enables emerging practices in complex domains (such as building innovative products). It is not a comprehensive process, much less a methodology. Scrum promotes a relational and iterative workflow of inspection and adaptation to establish practices and procedures rather than outlining in detail how tasks should be performed. In complex environments, there are no best or promising practices. The Team (comprised of the Scrum Master, the Scrum Product Owner, and Developers) will choose the best solution for every case, thanks to its learning and sef-managing skills.
When you register to this online foundation Scrum course, you will get:
First-hand knowledge from one of the most experienced trainers. You will be able to safely take your first steps in Scrum.
Understanding of all Scrum components (values and principles, Team designing, events, and artifacts). Above all, you will know how it feels to perform in Sprints, and to favor adaptation and continuous learning to achieve deliveries of greater value to your client.
Scrum foundations certificate of course completion.
1 Scrum Alliance SEU.
About the Instructor
Consultant and trainer dedicated to Business Agility and Digital Product Creation.
You will be trained by an expert who supports companies and has assisted over 6,000 professionals in more than 20 years of agile product development.
Martin's approach is situational and practical, while his teaching style is immersive, offering novel experiences with the material that facilitate rapid learning.
He is a recognized author of 5 books on the benefits of Agility, Scrum, and Coaching in digital innovation and has been a speaker at over 30 conferences in the United States and 14 countries in Latin America and Europe.
He is one of the few experts holding the industry's highest certifications in agile practices and professional coaching: Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Certified Team Coach (CTC), Certified Agile Leadership Educator (CAL Educator), and Path to CSP Educator.
After successfully completing this Scrum Course
You will understand the reason this framework is so widely used across industries and the factors leading to Agility.
You will be familiar with Scrum and the Agile Manifesto's principles and values, as well as how to put them into use.
You will get to know the responsibilities and expectations of each of the Scrum Team members (Developers, Scrum Product Owner, and Scrum Master), and what do they do on a daily basis.
You will understand the key features of the four Scrum meetings (events): Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective.
You will learn the reason behind every Scrum Event and how the workflow occurs within each Sprint, from the very beginning of the cycle at the Sprint Planning to the Retrospective Meeting.
You will understand each Artifact and their distinctive role as work organizers and information radiators, and how they help achieve successful results in building products.