Course Introduction

Scrum Foundation is a course that provides the foundational information needed to work with Scrum in a highly useful way. The course is a combination of training and team-based exercises where delegates know how the Scrum framework improves product growth efforts. Scrum Foundation training course has been developed for those who are new to Scrum and are interested in knowing more about Scrum and how it can support your business. Scrum Foundation is one of the best certifications that delegate can choose if he wants to enhance his career within Project Management.

  • Elucidate what are the Scrum practices

  • Know techniques to deliver your project on time

  • Define the difference between Agile and Scrum

  • Elaborate what the Waterfall Model is and Why it is less flexible than scrum

  • Understand what Agile is & How it differs from Scrum

  • Clarify the difference between roles, events and artifacts

  • Know what was updated in the 2013 scrum guide

What's included






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Delegates of a Scrum Foundation training course should have the following prerequisites:

  • They should have read the Scrum Guide
  • They have been closely involved with a project that builds or enhances a product
  • They should have the zeal to know more about how Scrum functions, how to employ it, and how it could assist their team

What Will You Learn

  • Have a clear understanding of the foundational elements of Scrum and their consistency
  • Be able to take part in a Scrum Team
  • Efficiently deliver precious software
  • Leave the class with a handful of tips to identify common pitfalls and dysfunctions

Who should take this course

Although there is no compulsory requirement, preferably candidates should have minimum of two years professional experience working in Project Management. The Scrum Foundation would suit delegates working in the following professions or areas:

  • Project Management
  • Software development
  • IT Service Management
  • Business Management

This requirement is aimed at anybody working within a commercial governance environment that has responsibilities for working within a project team or performing project related activities across the organisation.The above list is a proposal only; delegates may wish to attend based on their own career targets, personal goals or objectives. Delegates may take as few or as many Intermediate qualifications as they require, and to suit their needs.


The Scrum Foundation training focuses on the concepts, roles and services and is aimed at IT experts looking to keep their information up to date with the latest developments in the field of IT. Scrum Foundation training is suitable for those working in the following areas: Project Management, Software development, IT Service Management and Business Management. Working in a series of sprints, teams of delegates build a software application, thereby facing real-life problems. The mechanics, roles, principles and pragmatic process of Scrum are demonstrated. Familiar missteps and errors are discussed so delegates produce a higher responsiveness of their symptoms. Scrum Foundation training is outstanding training for teams and anybody wanting to experience the Scrum way of working. Scrum foundation training is most useful as a training event for a dedicated team.


  • Multiple choice questions
  • 40 questions in each exam
  • One mark given for every correct answer
  • No negative marks for incorrect answers
  • 30 questions should be answered correctly to pass
  • 60 minutes period
  • Online unproctored exam


Course Content

1. Preface to Project Management

  • Project Management Body of Knowledge
  • course
  • scheme
  • Project management
  • Why do project managers need interpersonal association skills
  • Program management
  • Portfolio management
  • Project management office
  • project environmental factors

2. The framework of project management

  • Project life cycle
  • Relationship between project stages
  • Stakeholders
  • Organizational control on project management
  • Organization development assets

3. Preface to scrum project management

  • What is scrum?
  • Scrum manifesto values and principles
  • Scrum methodologies
  • Scrum principles
  • Scrum frameworks and terminology
  • Scrum roles
  • Scrum project management
  • Scrum project life cycle
  • Understanding Scrum in the Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide way
  • Monitoring and controlling (iterative cycle review, daily stand-up)
  • Preparation
  • Project management information systems
  • Monitoring and control project work
  • Performance reports
  • Closing

4. Communications

  • Communications management
  • scope of communication
  • Hurdles to communications
  • Planning communications
  • Communication techniques

5. Planning, monitoring and adapting

  • Adaptive planning
  • Progressive expansion
  • Iteration and liberate planning
  • Every day planning
  • Adaptive planning and organizational traditions
  • Scrum contracting ways
  • Scrum project trailing
  • Scrum project accounting standards

6. Scrum metrics and evaluation

  • Relative sizing
  • Narrative points
  • Wideband Delphi
  • Probe method
  • Planning poker
  • Perfect time
  • Similarity diagram and estimating
  • Speed
  • Cycle time
  • Scrum project charge management
  • Project price management
  • Earned value management (EVM)
  • Escaped fault

7. Scrum study and design

  • Product roadmap
  • log jam
  • Story maps
  • Scrum modeling
  • Wireframes
  • Personas
  • Participatory decision form
  • Business case development
  • Chartering

8. Product quality

  • Charge of quality
  • Regular verification and validation
  • Test-driven development (TDD)
  • Explanation of done
  • Incremental rescue
  • Feedback methods for product
  • Uninterrupted improvement process
  • Process scrutiny techniques
  • Basis and effect diagrams
  • Control limits for Scrum projects

9. Soft skills concession

  • Emotional intelligence quotient (EQ)
  • Active listening
  • Group effort
  • Adaptive leadership
  • Negotiations
  • Conflict decision
  • Conflict management
  • Servant leadership
  • Brainstorming procedures
  • Building authorize team
  • Coaching and mentoring
  • Team inspiration and knowledge sharing
  • Leadership tools and techniques
  • Problem-solving methods
  • Other facilitation steps
  • Culture and team variety

10. Value-based prioritization and value mapping

  • Definition of value
  • Value-driven delivery
  • Checkpoints in scrum projects
  • Value flow mapping
  • Relative prioritization and standing
  • Value-based prioritization
  • Minimum marketable feature
  • Scrum conformity
  • Rigid compliance

11. Scrum project risk management

  • Planning risk management
  • Recognize risks
  • Risk adjusted backlog
  • Risk burn-down graphs
  • Perform qualitative risk analysis
  • Risk-based spike
  • Plan risk responses
  • Monitoring and control risks
  • Checkpoints in agile projects
  • Common risk management mistakes

12. Scrum project management office

  • What is a PMO?
  • Conventional flavors of PMO
  • Roles played by agile PMO
  • Merchant management
  • Procurement life cycle
  • Procurement cooperation

13. Scrum methodologies

  • Preface
  • Discrepancy in scrum techniques and approaches
  • Applying fresh scrum observation

14. PMI code of ethics and professional conduct

  • Arrangement of the code
  • PMI code of conduct


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