Our courses get you up to speed quickly, because we are as invested in your success as you are. We offer a number of accreditation courses recognized by the Scrum Alliance, including the usual suspects: Certified ScrumMaster, Certified Scrum Product Owner, and Certified Scrum Developer. We also offer the popular Leading SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework™) course as well as a companion course to help you navigate your Agile transformation. Rounding out the list of our courses is the PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) training and our free Agile Developer Training Program.
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Take Our Trainers Out for a Run
They call running shoes “trainers” in the UK. Are they onto something?
Our trainers will run you through the fundamentals of Agile and Scrum. They draw on real-world experience to teach you everything you need to know to make an Agile business run: when to stand up, how to burn down, what makes an effective user story, and how to plan your perfect release. You’ll grapple with the various Scrum ceremonies and learn to leverage key extreme programming (XP) practices like test-driven development (TDD), refactoring, and pair programming toward project success.
It’s enough information to get lost in, but don’t worry: we know the way.
The Right Service at the Right Time
Training is the beginning of a solution, not the solution itself.
We provide expert training in all things Agile, but we don’t expect training to fill all of your adoption needs. Training is the beginning of a program arc. Workshops, coaching, and onsite practitioners round out our Agile adoption solution.
Here’s a quick and dirty guide to the Agile adoption arc:
- Training is short, generally no more than a few days, and is designed to introduce Agile practices and principles.
- Workshops are also short and have learning objectives similar to training. What distinguishes them is that our workshops use your real-world data and information as the vehicle for learning. Together we use an existing project to write user stories and to create a Product Backlog that your teams work from.
- The third step is targeted coaching. This is a longer-term commitment that can take several weeks or months to fulfill. Coaching is intense at first but, as your teams continually improve, we have to coach them less.
- Finally, we have onsite practitioners who can come in to your Agile environment to fill any roles on a temporary basis with the goal of teaching by example.
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