Join the 10,000+ Scrum Masters around the world, validate your knowledge of the Scrum framework and obtain a formal certification in software development’s most popular project management technique.
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Duration | 2 Days
Cost | Non-Members €750/ Members €600
CPD Points | 21
Venue | Dublin 4 or on-site nationwide
The 2-day course is aimed at those preparing to take the online PSM Level 1 assessment. This could include software developers and engineers and project managers who are in charge of a development team. As an application of the Agile methodology, anyone interested in solidifying their knowledge of Scrum methods is also suitable to attend.
Obtaining a certification will allow you and your team to operate more efficiently and produce measurable results. It will improve your knowledge of the Scrum method based on practical, real-world experience from recognised experts.
The PSM assessment is based on the Scrum Guide as well as the official Scrum Body of Knowledge. It has a high level of difficulty, so comprehensive knowledge is recommended. Taking the exam is optional for this preparatory course, but it is highly recommended.
What previous students say
"Good level of engagement and very well presented and facilitated by the trainer"
"Very informative and is a good basis to implementing the Agile Framework within Company"
Learn about Scrum through practical exercises designed to reinforce key learning points. This will solidify your knowledge of the framework naturally and intuitively, while also putting it to work with class-based teams.
Obtain knowledge that can be applied immediately to your organisation’s project management strategy. This will deliver quick and measurable value to your organisation and help it achieve substantial growth.
Strengthen your organisation’s morale by having a tried and trusted framework to guide complex projects to completion. Develop better working relationships and complete objectives more efficiently.
Many software projects are managed and performed in a volatile environment where customer and end-user requirements emerge throughout development. As a result of this instability, traditional predictive or “waterfall” approaches to software development can fail and result in poor work practices and dependence on “heroic behaviour” to drag projects over the line. “Lightweight” or agile methods were created to tackle this issue. This course presents...