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30% OFF!

30% OFF!

Practical Scrum Master Training

Today’s world requires both technical and soft skills for specialized positions which includes the role of a Scrum Master. In the course, we will teach you the use and benefits of project management tools.

Today’s world requires both technical and soft skills for specialized positions which includes the role of a Scrum Master. In the course, we will teach you the use and benefits of project management tools which include: Jira to track issues and bugs, Confluence to collaborate with teams and document product artifacts.

About The Course

The Practical Scrum Master training is a six weeks fast-track, intensive program that equips you with the right skills and tools needed to thrive as a Scrum Master within an Agile Product Development environment.

Who is eligible for this program?

This training is intended for Scrum Masters, Project Managers, or Agile Coaches who need to learn the relevant Agile Scrum skills amongst others, as well as collaborative tools to effectively facilitate product delivery using agile methodologies.

Course Description

  • Online Classes (Weekdays 1.5 hours / day (Mon-Fri)  OR
  • Weekend Online Classes (Saturday + Sunday) 3 hours per session
  • Digital Transformation training 
  • Roles and Responsibilities of the Scrum Master and Scrum Team
  • Cloud-based Collaborative Tools training 
  • Learn Confluence 
  • Learn Jira
  • Learn Miro
  • Facilitating Remote Meetings in a fun way (Agile Games)
  • Live Product Build With Front-End and Back-End Developers
  • Presentations + Assignments
  • Interview preparation

Join Now

Over 120 Scrum Masters have benefited from this training and have gone ahead to secure Scrum Master roles with various multinational organizations. Don’t be left out.

Enjoy a discounted rate when you book on or before August 1st. 

For practical Scrum Master course,  early bird price is €699. Full course amount is €850.
Duration is 6 weeks.

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