This Course employs practical exercises, case studies and discussions to provide everything that a Scrum Product Owner® needs to know to be able to drive a successful Scrum Project.
Topics covered are:
At the end of this course you will be able to:
This course will benefit anyone who seeks to achieve the role of Scrum Product Owner® to drive a Scrum project, and applies to those with a background as Customer/Users, Project Managers or Developers. It will also benefit anyone who is to be involved in a Scrum Project, and in any of the Scrum Roles. The course is also suitable for those involved in transitioning to Scrum within their own organisation.
There are no prerequisites for the course.
Prior to attending the course, students should familiarise themselves with key Scrum terms and definitions, as described in the Scrum Guide.
You should be aware that this is a Certified Course and 8 hours of training per day MUST be attended. This means you must be present at all times during the daily start/end times detailed above; your day will however include 1.5 hours break. You must attend this time to be eligible for certification and the trainer reserves the right not to register you with the Scrum Alliance if you do not attend the training for the required hours.
Maintain your CSPO certification by earning Scrum Education Units® (SEUs) and renewing your certification every two years. Learn more
You will receive two days of high quality instruction from a Scrum Alliance Certified Trainer, who has years of experience in Information Technology and Process / Business Change across all traditional and contemporary project delivery and management methods, and is an expert in their successful introduction, implementation and integration. Also included are:
PMI Professional Development Units (PDUS)
Attendees may be eligible to apply for 16 PDUs towards their continuing education requirements with PMI
Iain is an award winning trainer, coach and practitioner who has successfully used Scrum together with other agile and lean frameworks over a number of years both in project recovery and greenfield projects. Iain has also been extremely successful in helping many organisations adopt or improve their use of Scrum including United Health, BBC, Cisco and BSkyB.
Having worked with IT for over 35 years, Iain has a wealth of experience ranging from operations, analysis, testing, software engineering, project and programme mamagement through to IT Leadership. Iain has also been a customer and user of many software products over the years. This breadth of experience helps Iain to work with teams to build high quality products that meet the needs of all stakeholders, often exceeding expectations through innovation and focus on value and eliminating waste.
What do I wear?
Wear what makes you feel comfortable while trying not to make others uncomfortable. We will be in jeans and golf shirts.
Will food be provided?
Yes, coffee breaks and lunch will be provided.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
The course is open to anyone age 18 and up.
Do I need to bring a computer to the event?
No. Personal computers are not necessary. All course material will be provided.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
What's the refund policy?
No refunds. If this is a concern, please contact us.
Can the course be postponed/cancelled?
We reserve the right to postpone or cancel this course if there are insufficient registrations. If this is the case, you will be notified between 3 and 5 working days before the course start date. In this case, you will be offered an alternative date or a full refund. We will not be responsible for any other costs incurred.
Are there discounts for groups?
Yes, if you have a group contact us for a discount.
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