All CSM courses are taught by Certified Scrum Trainers. Taking a CSM course, passing the CSM test, and accepting the license agreement designates you as a Certified ScrumMaster, which indicates that you have been introduced to and understand the basic concepts you need to perform as a ScrumMaster or team member on a Scrum team. This course also satisfies two elements of the CSD track: Scrum Introduction and Elective.
Learn Scrum and become a Certified ScrumMaster by playing with Lego!
I run a very interactive and fun class in which my role is as much of a guide as it is a trainer. By allowing the attendees to experience Scrum in a fun yet structured way, participants will pull out the most important learning points to them and my feedback shows that the learning from this class sticks with the participants longer.
Attendees to this class will learn:
- What Scrum is and where it comes from
- When Scrum is applicable and when it is not
- How to plan a Scrum project
- How to execute a Scrum project
- How to track progress in a Scrum project
- How to review a Scrum project
- What the roles and responsibilities are in a Scrum team
"I can't remember getting more out of two days of learning then I did with Inspect & Adapt's CSM course. Very thorough, very memorable and very enjoyable. Geoff was an excellent teacher whose knowledge of, and enthusiasm for, Scrum is clear and infectious. Plus I got to play with Lego! Choosing this course was one of the best decisions I have made and I would not hesitate in recommending it"
- Sam Whiting, CSM Attendee
16-17 Oct 2012
The core agenda of a Certified ScrumMaster course is set by the Scrum Alliance and will cover all of the aspects of the Scrum framework and lifecycle. These elements will be augmented by the individual Trainer's experiences and specific areas of interest can be accommodated so please contact us. A standard agenda would look like:
What is Scrum?
The Product Backlog
What is done?
Aspects of a Scrum Team
The Daily Scrum
Reporting & Managing a Release
Anyone interested in starting a Scrum project or wishing to improve their current Scrum implementation. Naturally intended for those taking on the ScrumMaster role, it is equally useful for any Scrum team member.