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Irvine, CA, United States, 2012/08/31 - Conscires Agile Practices, the Irvine based Scrum coaching and training organization, is offering Agile and Scrum training by Dr.Sanjeev Raman in Tampa, FL on September 14. The training offers 8 PMI PDUs, and is a Pay-it-Forward / Donation-only training.
The Agile & Scrum training (duration: 8 hrs) by Conscires Agile Practices on Sep 14 at Tampa, FL is a highly interactive workshop that offers 8 PMI PDUs. The training is aimed at instilling the core beliefs of Agile and Scrum and creating a transparent and collaborative environment where the team succeeds as a single entity.
This 1-day course teaches the principles and practices that make Scrum effective at managing projects. The course uses the principles of Scrum, where the learning outcome is driven by the needs of the participants, through a combination of expert instruction and self-directed learning.
The following elements will be covered during the one day course:
• Scrum in Practice: the course is designed to illustrate Scrum in action.
• Understanding of the Agile Manifesto and what it means to them.
• Essence of Scrum: values, foundations and a new way of thinking.
• Understanding how Scrum values and foundations are related to the practices.
• Get a sense of what self-organization is (and is not).
• Draw a diagram of mechanics of Scrum: framework, roles, artifacts & flow.
Who should attend: This training is for anyone who would like to get introduced to or gain in-depth knowledge of Agile and Scrum, for immediate application. This course helps teams to implement Scrum framework for any type of project, hardware or software development, whether in sales, marketing, development, or support.
This trainer is Dr. Sanjeev Raman, who brings nearly a decade worth of project management, agile implementation, and process consulting experience to the table. He has extensive experience across the software development life cycle.
The training is priced at $350, with an early bird discount of $295. However, this training follows the Pay It Forward model where a participant can make a donation if unable to afford the full price. The suggested minimum donation is $75. The vision behind the Pay it Forward Program is that money should not be a barrier for learning. This model would enable many who could otherwise have not attended this class, to enroll and benefit from it.