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Become a Mastering Agile Scrum Trained Professional with QAI

Date: 10 – 11 Dec 2022

Time: 9:30AM – 5:30PM

Classroom/Live Virtual Training

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Why go for MAS with QAI

The objective of this two-day course is to impart the skills required for working as part of Agile Scrum teams. Participants get to participate and learn the various activities involved in being Agile Scrum practitioners.

Get an introduction to Agile and Scrum, release and sprint planning, estimation techniques, tracking in Scrum and participation in transitioning an organization to Scrum and so on. The participants can effectively be part of Scrum teams in an organization after attending this course.

Based on the foundations of other Agile certifications offered, the course has been designed to deliver the best online experience using remote classroom platforms using tools like Zoom.

We have ensured that the physical classroom experience and beyond is provided in the remote model.

Uniquely Centered and driven around the training participant, with a very high degree of emphasis on team work, even in case of geographically separated teams.

Modular approach, the base modules can be combined with multiple other modules covering more content.

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Understand the Agile Life Cycle and Scrum Process

Learn the various activities and roles involved in being a practitioner in an Agile Scrum teams

Get an introduction to Agile and Scrum, release and sprint planning, estimation techniques, developing user stories, sprint review, sprint retrospective and tracking progress in Scrum projects etc.

Effectively be part of Scrum teams in an organization after attending this course

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  • Participants introduction
  • Familiarization with course material
  • Familiarization with the protocols and timings
  • Expectation setting and clarifications
    Why Agile?

  • Traditional vs Agile
  • Introduction to Agile
  • Agile Characteristics
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Agile Principles
  • Popular Agile methods
  • Applicability of Agile Methods
  • Benefits of Agile Methods
  • Benefits of Agile Methods
  • Scrum Basics
  • Scrum Team formation
  • Scrum Roles – Scrum Master, Product Owner, Scrum Team
  • Scrum Ceremonies – Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and retrospective meetings
  • Scrum Artefacts
  • Scrum Rules / Guidelines
  • Sprint Planning and Release planning
  • Concepts Sprint duration and Sprint cancellation policy
  • Sprint backlog
  • Sprint Burn Down Charts
  • Release Burn Down Charts
  • Release Management
  • Product backlog refinement
  • Definition of Done
  • Tracking progress in Scrum and metrics
  • Sprint Review and retrospective
  • Agile Teams – Self Organizing and Cross functional
  • Trust, Collaboration, negotiations and Team communication
  • How the role of the managers change and on stakeholder involvement
  • Team Ownership and accountability
  • Implementing DOR and DOD concepts
  • Scrum Simulation Exercise- Includes creation of Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, estimation, Scrum Roles identification, 3 day Sprint, burn-down chart. Scrum ceremonies – sprint planning, stand-ups, Review and Retrospective
      • Scrum of Scrums, Team Formation and Team communication
      • Synchronizing Sprints
      • Multi Location Scrum
      • Distributed Scrum Team formation
      • Distributed Scrum Practices
  • Product Backlog – Themes, Epics, User Stories, Tasks
  • User Stories –Story card, Conversation and Confirmation
  • User Stories validation –INVEST
  • User Stories prioritization techniques
  • Development of f “Definition of Ready”
  • Other artifacts – Design Documentation
  • Exercise – User Story writing
  • Planning Flow
  • Estimation Flow
  • Story points
  • Planning poker
  • Measure and monitor velocity
  • Plan iterations and releases
  • Exercise on Effort and Schedule Estimation for Release and Sprint Planning
    Exercise – Backlog Estimation using Planner Poker, & Velocity & Release Planning
  • Test Driven development
  • Pair programming
  • Refactoring
  • Continuous Integration
  • Current testing process and approach of testing in Agile project environment
  • Role of an independent tester on an Agile project
  • Testing in Agile project environment
  • Need for Test automation and Agile QA tools
  • Overview to various kinds of tools used in Implementation of agile Methods
  • Agile and Scrum Project Management Tools
  • Commonly used Agile tools for Build and CI
    • The training can be conducted in 2 day:
    • 2 days (8 hours each) or 4 days (4 hours each)
    • Soft Copy of the Courseware
    • Case Study, Exercises Copies
    • Course Handouts, if any
    • Agile Scrum certificate (upon request)
    • A number of practical exercises
    The target audience for the program is a mix of professionals across hierarchies to get insights on the skills required for working as part of Agile Scrum teams. Participants learn the various activities involved in being a practitioner in an Agile Scrum team.

    This audience who will benefit most from this program:

  • Agile Team members
  • Business Users
  • Product Owners and Scrum Team members
  • Project Planners
  • Quality Staff (Testing and Quality Assurance)
  • Agile Developers / Programmers
  • Designers
  • Testers
  • Configuration Managers
  • The course is a mix of case driven, instructor-led, and self paced learning, designed to enable participants learn, experiment and implement the concepts and underlying philosophy of Agile methodology.The course is very interactive and provides:
  • Hands on Exercises and Group activities
  • Scrum Life Cycle Simulation Exercises on Implementing Scrum ceremonies
  • Estimation Multiple Techniques
  • Release and Sprint Planning
  • Writing User stories and user story prioritization
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