CSM Courses in South Africa

The Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) course is a two-day, entry-level course taught by a Certified Scrum Trainer®. The CSM course is designed to cover all the basics of Scrum so you can begin to fulfill the Scrum Master role.

In the CSM course, you will learn about:

  • Scrum basics and core values
  • How the Scrum framework compares to other methods, such as waterfall
  • How to identify when to use Scrum
  • A Scrum team’s three roles and responsibilities
  • Scrum meetings, including the Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective and Release Planning
  • Sprint Backlog and Product Backlog
  • Scrum artifacts, including the Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog and Burndown Charts

Certified ScrumMaster
18-19 November, 2009
Location: Durban, KZN, South Africa
Company: Scrum Sense
Trainer: Peter Hundermark

Certified ScrumMaster
3-4 November, 2009
Location: Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa
Company: Scrum Sense
Trainer: Peter Hundermark

Certified ScrumMaster
2-3 September, 2009
Location: Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Company: Scrum Sense
Trainer: Peter Hundermark

Certified ScrumMaster
4-5 August, 2009
Location: Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa
Company: Scrum Sense
Trainer: Peter Hundermark

Certified ScrumMaster
24-25 June, 2009
Location: Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Company: Scrum Sense
Trainer: Peter Hundermark

Certified ScrumMaster
10-11 June, 2009
Location: Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa
Company: Scrum Sense
Trainer: Peter Hundermark

Certified ScrumMaster
3-4 March, 2009
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Company: Scrum Sense
Trainer: Peter Hundermark

Certified ScrumMaster
26-27 February, 2009
Location: Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa
Company: Scrum Sense
Trainer: Peter Hundermark

Certified ScrumMaster
5-6 November, 2008
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Company: Scrum Alliance, Inc.
Trainer: Boris Gloger

Certified ScrumMaster
3-4 November, 2008
Location: Johannesburg/Pretoria, South Africa
Company: Scrum Alliance, Inc.
Trainer: Boris Gloger

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