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Professional Scrum Master Course

CT Global Consultancy Sdn Bhd

CERTIFICATION:

Scrum.org

METHODOLOGY DESCRIPTION:​


This training workshop is aimed to be practical, participative and interactive. Real life examples, case studies and “HANDS ON” tips will be given to participants during the training. A practical session will be conducted to enable participants to understand the process through
direct facilitation by the trainer.

Target Group:


The Professional Scrum Master course is for anyone involved in product delivery using the Scrum framework. It is particularly beneficial for those people within an organization accountable for getting the most out of Scrum, including Scrum Masters, managers, and Scrum Team members. We also suggest that you read through the PSM Subject Areas.

Target Industry:


This course is the first choice of project management certifications for many public sector organizations including the National Health Services, Police Departments, Oil and Gas Industry, Construction Industry, IT Industry, Banking Industry, Engineering Industry, Operations Management Industry, and Marketing Industry

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Professional Scrum Master Course

As one of the world’s most accepted management certifications, the Professional Scrum Master course we offer is one way for you to ensure that you can contribute to your team and organization and be the core that powers your organization’s efficiency and value. With the Professional Scrum Master, your value as an individual and a team player will be brought to new heights.

Course objectives

course outline

Module 1: Defining the Scrum Framework
Adopting Scrum
Module 2: Scrum Roles, Ceremonies and Artifacts
Introducing the Core Scrum Roles
Defining the Core Scrum Ceremonies
Detailing the Core Scrum Artifacts
Module 3 : Refining the Product Backlog
Iterating the Product Backlog
Refining Product Delivery
Module 4 : Estimating and Prioritizing Product Backlog Items
Creating user stories
User story estimating
Prioritizing the Product Backlog
Ensuring long-term success