Preparing for a Scrum Course or TrainingPrior to your scrum course, please be familiar with the basic definitions, roles and artifacts of Scrum.
What to read.
What to know.
Click the play icons to see a detailed, multi-media explanation of each element of the Scrum Framework
What to watch.
In the short video below, Jeff covers basic Scrum.
Optional Class Prep
If you are interested in the class curriculum or a deeper view into Scrum you can download slides and resources below:
Scrum Lab OpenScrumLab is our online resource for Scrum knowledge. Based on 20 years of consulting, coaching and training, it offers definitive explanations for core Scrum, advanced patterns, and Agile theory.
CATERING AND HAPPY HOUR
We will provide continental breakfast (8:30 - 9:00 am), in addition to all-day coffee, beverages and snacks. Lunch is a solo adventure. Following the first day of class, we invite all participants to stay and attend a 5:00 pm reception with Jeff and the Scrum Inc. team. Beer, wine and snacks are on us.
All attendees will receive a letter of acknowledgement signed by Jeff stating that you have completed this course. Additionally, this course qualifies you for 16 PDUs. After the course email email@example.com to learn how to claim your credits online. Upon completion of the course you will be registered for certification with the Scrum Alliance. Following the class, an email with your login and temporary password will be sent from the Scrum Alliance. Please add the email address "firstname.lastname@example.org" to your contacts to ensure that you receive the welcome email from the Scrum Alliance. This email frequently ends up in spam folders.
DO I NEED A COMPUTER FOR CLASS?
No, you will not need a computer. In fact, we encourage you to turn off your devices during class.
WHAT TO WEAR
There is no dress code. Most attendees wear business casual, jeans are fine. We suggest layers in the event the room temperature becomes uncomfortable for you.