Agile and Scrum Certification Training

Agile and Scrum Certification Training

240,000.00

JK Michaels Agile and Scrum training program includes high-quality e-learning content for online self-learning. It is the ideal course package for aspiring professionals who want to make their career in project management.

 

Description

Agile and Scrum Certification Training

The Agile and Scrum certification training is a certification that validates a professional’s knowledge in agile methodologies and scrum practices. Agile methodologies are popular approaches in software development, while scrum practices include software development by cross-functional and self-managed teams, producing working code at the end of each iteration or Sprint.

This course is accredited by Exin.

Agile Scrum certification helps professionals in demonstrating:

  • Ability to implement agile scrum tools,
  • Capability to teach agile and scrum practices,
  • Competence to ensure Scrum is understood and enacted by the team.

JK Michaels Agile and Scrum training program includes high-quality e-learning content for online self-learning. It is the ideal course package for aspiring professionals who want to make their career in project management.

The Agile and Scrum course is focused on providing an improved understanding of Agile and Scrum methodologies and practices.

Agile and Scrum Certification Training Objectives

At the end of JK Michaels training in Agile and Scrum certification, you will be able to:
  • Describe Agile methodologies
  • Discuss Scrum roles, ceremonies and artefacts
  • Plan and execute Scrum projects
  • Monitor and track Scrum projects
  • Understand advanced Scrum topics
  • Imbibe agile philosophy and gain deep knowledge of Scrum
  • Effectively apply Scrum in your organizations

KEY FEATURES

  • 8 Hours of High Quality E-learning Content
  • 10 Chapter-end Quizzes
  • 14 PDUs Offered
  • 2 Agile & Scrum Simulation Exams
  • Downloadable eBook
  • Courseware Approved by EXIN
  • Course Completion Certificate
  • Agile and Scrum Exam Fee Included (except Japan & India

 

 

Agile and Scrum Certification Training |Career Benefits

What are the career benefits in-store for you?

The benefits of earning Agile and Scrum certification are as follows:
  • Career opportunities of the certified candidates expand greatly as their knowledge remains current.
  • The integrated approach of the course makes certified professionals more marketable as the demand for generalists is growing.
  • Certified professionals demonstrate their knowledge of core Agile and Scrum methodologies to employers and peers.
  • Certification increases the scope of the professional’s role in the enterprise and Agile led projects.
  • The certified professional will be able to effectively apply Agile and Scrum methodologies in the organisation.
  • The performance of the candidate in the workplace improves greatly.
An Agile Scrum certified professional has a median salary of $120,000 (payscale.com) and are hired by top companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and IBM.

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Online Self Learning

Course Outlines

Lesson 01 – Agile Scrum Introduction122:8
  • 1.1 Introduction to Agile and Scrum 2.7
  • 1.2 Agenda 2.10
  • 1.3 Why Agile 2.15
  • 1.4 Course Objectives3:16
  • 1.5 Target audience2:23
  • 1.6 Traditional Development2:30
  • 1.7 Problems with traditional software development3:5
  • 1.8 Usage of features in a system2:16
  • 1.9 Makings of a new approach2:59
  • 1.10 Agile Manifesto2:43
  • 1.11 Principles behind the Agile Manifesto3:51
  • 1.12 Principles behind the Agile Manifesto Contd3:44
  • 1.13 Authors of the Agile Manifesto3:46
  • 1.14 Agile Project Management2:24
  • 1.15 Agile Project Management Life cycle2:24
  • 1.16 Agile Project Management Framework2:14
  • 1.17 APM Framework24:30
  • 1.18 What is Scrum2:41
  • 1.19 Certified Scrum Master2:31
  • 1.20 Professional Scrum Master2:4
  • 1.21 PMI ACP2:22
  • 1.22 About this tutorial3:57
  • 1.23 Quiz0:0
  • 1.24 End of this session
Lesson 02 – Agile Scrum Methodologies74:58
  • 2.1 Agile methodologies1:50
  • 2.2 Agenda1:39
  • 2.3 Agile Methodologies2:11
  • 2.4 Crystal2:35
  • 2.5 7 Project Properties in Crystal3:0
  • 2.6 Samples of Crystal2:18
  • 2.7 Feature Driven Development2:20
  • 2.8 Roles in FDD3:21
  • 2.9 Processes in FDD1:39
  • 2.10 Project tracking in FDD2:10
  • 2.11 Project tracking methodology1:40
  • 2.12 FDD usage guidelines1:54
  • 2.13 Dynamic Systems Development Methodology DSDM2:31
  • 2.14 Planning in DSDM Atern2:3
  • 2.15 DSDM Principles and techniques3:3
  • 2.16 eXtreme Programming2:12
  • 2.17 XP Values2:11
  • 2.18 XP Practices6:12
  • 2.19 XP Benefits2:18
  • 2.20 Agile Unified Process1:56
  • 2.21 Agile Unified Process AUP2:30
  • 2.22 Agile Unified Process System Development2:42
  • 2.23 Scrum2:26
  • 2.24 Scrum Life cycle2:58
  • 2.25 Quiz0:0
  • 2.26 End of this session
Lesson 03 – Scrum Roles79:58
  • 3.1 Scrum Roles1:38
  • 3.2 Agenda2:17
  • 3.3 Stakeholders2:34
  • 3.4 Chicken and Pig roles2:57
  • 3.5 Management of stakeholders2:35
  • 3.6 Scrum life cycle1:44
  • 3.7 Product Owner1:52
  • 3.8 Product Owners role2:54
  • 3.9 roduct Owners role2:34
  • 3.10 Prioritization4:1
  • 3.11 Cost Benefit Analysis2:38
  • 3.12 Prioritization based on Value and Risk1:50
  • 3.13 Prioritizing requirements MoSCoW2:18
  • 3.14 Prioritizing requirements Kano Model2:36
  • 3.15 Prioritizing requirements Kano model2:6
  • 3.16 Prioritizing requirements Relative weighting method2:40
  • 3.17 Scrum life cycle1:23
  • 3.18 Scrum Master2:9
  • 3.19 What does a Scrum Master Do3:24
  • 3.20 What the Scrum Master Should NOT do2:33
  • 3.21 Scrum life cycle1:27
  • 3.22 The team aka Developers2:5
  • 3.23 Building a Scrum team2:0
  • 3.24 Building empowered teams2:37
  • 3.25 Role of a Manager1:52
  • 3.26 Manager 2.0: A new role for a Manager3:17
  • 3.27 Some specialist roles you may want3:9
  • 3.28 Quiz0:0
  • 3.29 End of this session
Lesson 04 – Agile Scrum Ceremonies51:30
  • 4.1 Scrum Ceremonies1:39
  • 4.2 Agenda2:10
  • 4.3 Time boxing2:1
  • 4.4 Time boxing2:58
  • 4.5 Advantages of time boxing2:14
  • 4.6 Time boxing1:42
  • 4.7 Release2:55
  • 4.8 High level view of a release2:44
  • 4.9 Sprints1:30
  • 4.10 Sprints2:4
  • 4.11 Factors in selecting a Sprint duration2:4
  • 4.12 Intensity of work1:54
  • 4.13 No changes in a Sprint2:30
  • 4.14 Daily Scrum1:24
  • 4.15 Daily Scrum1:58
  • 4.16 Daily Scrum2:4
  • 4.17 Sprint Review1:22
  • 4.18 Sprint Review2:39
  • 4.19 Also check during a review2:20
  • 4.20 Sprint Retrospective1:34
  • 4.21 What is a Sprint Retrospective2:30
  • 4.22 Making retrospectives effective2:38
  • 4.23 Quiz0:0
  • 4.24 End of this session
Lesson 05 – Scrum Artifacts42:14
  • 5.1 Scrum Artifacts1:34
  • 5.2 Agenda1:49
  • 5.3 Product backlog2:6
  • 5.4 Product backlog2:13
  • 5.5 Product release and sprint backlog1:58
  • 5.6 User story2:1
  • 5.7 User story3:52
  • 5.8 Example user story formal2:19
  • 5.9 Story card information2:44
  • 5.10 Multiple stories may be required to complete a feature2:18
  • 5.11 Epics1:40
  • 5.12 Writing good stories2:44
  • 5.13 Splitting user stories1:47
  • 5.14 Splitting user stories (big picture)2:42
  • 5.15 Splitting user stories (user experience)2:8
  • 5.16 Splitting user stories (Others)2:22
  • 5.17 Quiz0:0
  • 5.18 End of this session
Lesson 06 – Scrum Best Practices38:32
  • 6.1 Scrum Best Practices1:55
  • 6.2 Agenda2:7
  • 6.3 Refactoring2:24
  • 6.4 Pair programming2:16
  • 6.5 Continuous integration2:1
  • 6.6 Practices of continuous integration2:6
  • 6.7 Configuration management3:15
  • 6.8 Quality in Agile2:7
  • 6.9 Scrum Quality Home truths2:54
  • 6.10 Planning for a Sprint1:31
  • 6.11 Test driven development2:55
  • 6.12 Test driven development2:9
  • 6.13 Advantages of TDD2:26
  • 6.14 Definition of Done2:19
  • 6.15 Quiz0:0
  • 6.16 End of this session
Lesson 07 – Scrum Planning41:44
  • 7.1 Scrum Planning1:39
  • 7.2 Agenda1:34
  • 7.3 Principles behind Agile planning2:54
  • 7.4 Iterations allow for mid course corrections2:26
  • 7.5 Multiple levels of planning2:33
  • 7.6 Release planning2:5
  • 7.7 Steps to planning a release2:35
  • 7.8 Release Planning1:55
  • 7.9 Velocity2:12
  • 7.10 An example with velocity equal 143:11
  • 7.11 Sprint planning1:35
  • 7.12 Sprint planning1:58
  • 7.13 Velocity driven sprint planning2:2
  • 7.14 Commitment driven sprint planning2:34
  • 7.15 Find out how much time is available2:2
  • 7.16 For each story2:1
  • 7.17 Keep in mind before finalizing the plan1:45
  • 7.18 Quiz0:0
  • 7.19 Thank you
Lesson 08 – Scrum Estimation74:0
  • 8.1 Scrum Estimation1:50
  • 8.2 Agenda2:6
  • 8.3 Principles behind Scrum estimation2:50
  • 8.4 Estimation techniques2:49
  • 8.5 Types of estimates2:20
  • 8.6 Uncertainty in estimates2:15
  • 8.7 Over estimation and under estimation1:0
  • 8.8 What contributes to size2:10
  • 8.9 Measures of size2:15
  • 8.10 Ideal days12:9
  • 8.11 Converting ideal days to actual days1:47
  • 8.12 Story points1:58
  • 8.13 Story points example1:30
  • 8.14 Using story points2:56
  • 8.15 Comparing the approaches2:51
  • 8.16 Estimation techniques Planning poker3:14
  • 8.17 Planning poker an example1:47
  • 8.18 Planning poker tips2:5
  • 8.19 Advantages of planning poker1:55
  • 8.20 Affinity estimation1:48
  • 8.21 Affinity estimation process2:14
  • 8.22 Affinity estimation process1:49
  • 8.23 Quiz0:0
  • 8.24 End of this session
Lesson 09 – Monitoring Scrum Projects46:50
  • 9.1 Monitoring Scrum Projects1:41
  • 9.2 Agenda1:58
  • 9.3 Monitoring Scrum Projects2:33
  • 9.4 Definition Metrics1:52
  • 9.5 Types of metrics2:30
  • 9.6 Metrics do’s and don’ts2:30
  • 9.7 Charts in Scrum1:48
  • 9.8 Burn-down chart: Iteration level1:46
  • 9.9 Burndown chart Project level1:39
  • 9.10 Burndown chart Bar style2:1
  • 9.11 Burn-up and Burn down-chart1:31
  • 9.12 Cumulative Flow Diagram2:13
  • 9.13 Parking lot diagram1:47
  • 9.14 Escaped defects found1:43
  • 9.15 Velocity chart1:35
  • 9.16 Progress Chart1:49
  • 9.17 Niko Niko calendar1:44
  • 9.18 Information radiators1:59
  • 9.19 Information radiators2:19
  • 9.20 Information radiators1:56
  • 9.21 Information radiators: Big visible chart3:19
  • 9.22 Information radiators2:18
  • 9.23 Quiz0:0
  • 9.24 End of this session
Lesson 10 – Advanced Scrum Concepts59:38
  • 10.1 Scrum Advanced2:3
  • 10.2 Agenda2:20
  • 10.3 Scrum on large projects4:30
  • 10.4 Look ahead planning Sample1:53
  • 10.5 Scrum of Scrum2:30
  • 10.6 Product coordination teams2:36
  • 10.7 Scrum on maintenance projects2:58
  • 10.8 Distributed scrum teams2:4
  • 10.9 Best practices in distributed scrum2:36
  • 10.10 Structure 1 Team in India PO in US2:29
  • 10.11 Structure 2 Team split in two locations2:17
  • 10.12 People practices in distributed Scrum3:11
  • 10.13 Practices in distributed scrum2:7
  • 10.14 Scrum Contracting2:22
  • 10.15 Fixed Pricefixed scope1:52
  • 10.16 Scrum in fixed price projects2:58
  • 10.17 Transitioning a team or project to Scrum2:19
  • 10.18 Transitioning a team or project to Scrum2:30
  • 10.19 Transitioning a team or project to Scrum2:26
  • 10.20 Quiz0:0
  • 10.21 End of this session

Who should do this course?

Who should do this course?

The following categories of professionals can take the Agile and Scrum certification exam and obtain the certification:
  • Individual contributors such as, developers, testers and architects who are working or likely to work on Scrum projects
  • Project managers and ScrumMasters
  • Product owners, business analysts and customers of Scrum projects
  • Senior managers, process coaches or SEPG/QMG/PMO members governing Scrum projects
  • Knowledge of any software development methodology

Why is the certification most sought-after?

Why is the certification most sought-after?

The Agile and Scrum certification is provided by Exin. Exin is an ISO certified independent examination institute and is a leading provider of independent information management certification and accreditation. There are over 50000 Agile and Scrum certified professionals worldwide.

JK Michaels course on Agile and Scrum certification will enhance the industry credibility and recognition and also boost the earning potential of management professionals.

EXAM & CERTIFICATION

EXAM & CERTIFICATION

  • How do I get certified in Agile and Scrum Professional?

    There are no eligibility criteria for the certification. But, the course is primarily targeted at ScrumMasters and Agile enthusiasts who are responsible for the successful use and/or roll-out of Agile and Scrum in a project or enterprise.

    It is useful if the candidates have:

    • An understanding of the basics of project management
    • Been closely involved with a project that builds or enhances a product
    • An experience of at least 3 years working in software development teams

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