Learning Path

Which training is right for you?


Beginner

Professional Scrum Foundations

from Scrum.org provides the best training for Scrum beginners. This highly interfactive course will teach the Scrum fundamentals of how to use Scrum as a team. Rather than sit through 2 days of Powerpoint slides this course will use Scrum to teach Scrum. Experience two days of working in a Scrum team to deliver real software. This is the training that all team members should attend.

Intermediate


Agile Leadership - Management 3.0

Management 3.0 is a course and a collection of concrete practices, to inspire managers and team members, who face the challenge of transforming their organizations to be more innovative, with a higher productivity. We achieve this by providing guidance and practices, and by applying new thinking to the craft, art, and science of management and leadership.

Professional Scrum Master

You are in one of the key roles on the Scrum team. As Scrum Master it's up to you to live the values of Scrum and bring them to your team. A Scrum Master is a change agent, there to challenge and improve the agility of their team and organisation. You will need to understand the inner workings of Scrum. Why does it work? What challenges should I expect? How do I deal with them? Bring your toughest questions to this course!

Professional Scrum Developer

You understand how Scrum works. But how do I create shippable software in 2 weeks? What does that mean to our development and testing practices? How do I fit testing into the Sprint? How does TDD work? This 3 day course will show you how to work effectively as a team to delight your customers. We will build real software as a team using Scrum and modern engineering tools. People often leave Scrum training with the question - So what do I do all day when I'm not in the Daily Scrum? This course is the answer.

Certified Kanban Practitioner

Kanban is a proven method for incremental, evolutionary process and systems change for organizations. Unlike other approachs Kanban does not require change to your existing systems and roles. Due to its unique first step of "Start with What You Do Now" - no permission is required! This makes it ideal for introduction into companies that traditionally resist change. Kanban emphasizes a systems focus and will help you uncover workflow and process problems in order to deliver more consistently to your customers.