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SCRUM MASTER Course Detail
Course Level: Beginner to Advanced
Course Duration: 4 Months | 8 Months
Training Days: Monday to Friday
Training Time: 4 hours / Day | Regular Office Time
Course Mode: IN-class (Offline) at our premises
Course Type: JOB oriented training
Course Start On: On Registration | Admission
Class Size: 1 to 1 | No Groups| No Batch


  • Considering is your last training: We assure for knowledge, so once your get job then your training will end.
  • Know your skills:Choose/Suggested a technology what you can do best.
  • Authenticate your skills: Entire course is on industrial practice so awarded with experience latter on placement.
  • Be highest paid fresher:We invented a unique model to get the job with highest starting salary, if you get good offer then US, you can join to them.
  • We don’t bind your ability: No specific course content, learn as much as you can, beyond the topics it helps to become logically sound.

The Agile Scrum Master Professional Course is total 20 Hours, and will deliver this training while having more than 1 trainee or group.

An Overview of Agile and Why Agile?

Significance of Agile

Agile Manifesto

Various Principles in Agile

Agile Frameworks

Project Management: The Changing Scenario

Agile: Traditional Approach

Agile Facts and Figures

Agile: Estimating, Planning, Monitoring, and Control

Agile on Complex Projects

Agile Methodologies

Crystal and Properties in Crystal

Samples of Crystal


Roles in FDD

Processes in FDD

Project tracking in FDD

Project tracking methodology

FDD usage guidelines

Dynamic Systems Development Methodology (DSDM)

Planning in DSDM-Atern

DSDM Principles and techniques

eXtreme Programming

XP Values, Practices and Benefits

Agile Unified Process

Agile Unified Process (AUP)

Agile Unified Process – System Development


Scrum Life-cycle


Chicken and Pig roles

Management of stakeholders

Scrum life-cycle

Product Owner

Product Owner’s role


Cost-Benefit Analysis

Prioritization based on Value and Risk

Prioritizing requirements - MoSCoW, Kano Model, Relative weighting method

Scrum life-cycle

Scrum Master

What does a Scrum Master Do

What the Scrum Master Should NOT do

Scrum life-cycle

The team – aka Developers

Building a Scrum team

Building empowered teams

Role of a Manager

Manager 2.0: A new role for a Manager


Advantages of time-boxing

Time-boxing, Release

High-level view of a release


Factors in selecting a Sprint duration

Intensity of work

No changes in a Sprint

Daily Scrum

Sprint Review

Also check during a review

Sprint Retrospective

What is a Sprint Retrospective

Making retrospectives effective

Making retrospectives effective

Product backlog

Product, release and sprint backlog

User story

Story card information

Multiple stories may be required to complete a feature


Writing good stories

Splitting user stories

Splitting user stories (big picture)

Splitting user stories (user experience)

Splitting user stories (Others)


Pair programming

Continuous integration

Practices of continuous integration

Configuration management

Quality in Agile

Scrum Quality – Home truths

Planning for a Sprint

Test-driven development

Test-driven development

Advantages of TDD

Definition of “Done”

Principles behind Agile planning

Iterations allow for mid-course corrections

Multiple levels of planning

Release planning

Steps to planning a release

Release Planning, Velocity

Sprint planning

Velocity driven sprint planning

Commitment driven sprint planning

Planning for each story

Principles behind Scrum estimation

Estimation techniques

Types of estimates

Uncertainty in estimates

Over-estimation and under-estimation

What contributes to size

Measures of size

Ideal days

Story points

Estimation techniques – Planning poker

Affinity estimation

Affinity estimation - process

Monitoring Scrum Projects

Definition - Metrics

Types of metrics

Metrics do’s and don’ts

Charts in Scrum

Burn-down chart: Iteration level

Burndown chart: Project level

Burndown chart: Bar style

Burn-up and Burn-down chart

Cumulative Flow Diagram

Parking lot diagram

Escaped defects found

Velocity,Progress Chart

Niko Niko calendar

Information radiators

Information radiators: Big visible charts

Information radiators

Scrum on large projects


Product coordination teams

Scrum on maintenance projects

Distributed scrum teams

Best practices in distributed scrum

Structure-1: Team in India; PO in US

Structure-2: Team split in two locations

People practices in distributed Scrum

Practices in distributed scrum

Practices in distributed scrum


Fixed Price/fixed scope

Scrum in fixed price projects

Transitioning a team/project to Scrum

The Agile Scrum Master Professional Course is best suited for:

Team Leaders

Project Managers

Members of Scrum teams such as developers, Scrum Masters, and product owners

Managers of Scrum teams

Teams transitioning to Scrum

Professionals intending to pursue the Scrum Master certification

Software Developer and Freshers


No limits on learning, no limits on duration, no limits on salary, no limits on interviews, learn as much as you can & get ready for your first job.


  • 4 months training duration

  • Monday to Friday (04 hours / Day)

  • Only practical based training

  • Individual 1 to 1 training

  • Professional developers as trainer

  • Stipend provide based on performance

  • Confirmed job – on-job training program


  • 8 months training duration

  • Monday to Friday (Regular office time)

  • Live & Direct work with team.

  • Stipend during training, Attractive salary offer.

  • +Unlimited placement, Dual job opportunity.

  • Get your first job offer on the day of joining.

  • IN as fresher OUT as experienced professional developer


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