Are you looking for an Agile Project Management seminar? This Scrum seminar in Munich introduces participants without previous knowledge to the basics of the Scrum Framework. The training comprises 2½ seminar days. The seminar provides optimal preparation for the Professional Scrum Master I (PSM) exam by Scrum.org.
The Scrum training includes the option to take the exam for the Scrum Master Certification directly online. This will be possible on the afternoon of the third day.
We only offer this as a company seminar in English. Click below for the dates and details of this training in German.
After the Scrum training, you will be familiar with the Scrum Framework including the related tools. With the aid of the sample questions covered in the training, you will be optimally prepared for the Professional Scrum Master I Certification exam by Scrum.org. And if you decide to take the exam on the third day directly thereafter, you will come out of the Scrum training with the PSM certificate in the best case.
Target group: Project managers, project assistants, sub-project managers, team leaders
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of project management principles and experience with Microsoft Office. No prior knowledge of Microsoft Project required.
Duration: 2 days
The printed handout consists of the slides shown in the seminar including the sample questions and an appendix with the Scrum Guide and Glossary to clarify terms. It contains all important further links and information as well as space for notes.
The participants will also get to know details about the examination process of the Scrum Master Certification. This will give you confidence and knowledge of what you should pay special attention to.
The seminar language is German (German or English if booked as a company seminar). The material and the exam are in English. Central concepts of the Scrum Framework are explained in detail in the seminar. For better comprehension, they are also translated to German if necessary.
With over ten years of project management experience on the international stage, Marta Kostek-Drosihn advises and trains PMOs, project staff and project managers from various industries and companies. Ms. Kostek-Drosihn has particularly sound knowledge in the areas of setting up, implementing and coordinating PMOs, as well as managing and coordinating international projects.
Ms. Kostek-Drosihn is responsible for training at TPG. As a trainer for seminars in Microsoft Project, she also deals with topics such as process optimization and system implementation and optimization of Microsoft PPM environments. Seminar participants always give her the grade "very good".