Agile and Scrum - Scrum Developer Certified


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Course Description

 

Scrum Developer Certified (SDC) is an entry level certification for Scrum Team members and those who interact with any Scrum Team. The objective of this certification is to ensure that Scrum Team members know enough about Scrum to effectively contribute to a Scrum project.

Successful candidates will be awarded the Scrum Developer Certified (SDC) certification by SCRUMstudy after passing the certification exam.

Introduction to SCRUM

 

  • Introduction to Scrum
  • Overview of Scrum
  • History of Scrum
  • Why Use Scrum
  • Scalability of Scrum
  • Purpose of the SBOKTM Guide
  • Framework of the SBOKTM Guide
  • How to use the SBOKTM Guide
  • Scrum Principles
  • Scrum Aspects
  • Scrum Processes
  • Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management

 

Principles

  • Introduction to Scrum Principles
  • Roles Guide and Empirical Process Control
  • Self-Organization
  • Collaboration
  • Value-Based Prioritization
  • Time-Boxing
  • Iterative Development
  • Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management

 

Organization

  • Introduction to Organization
  • Roles Guide
  • Scrum Project Roles
  • Product Owner
  • Scrum Master
  • Scrum Team
  • Scrum in Project, Programs, and Portfolios
  • Summary of Responsibilities
  • Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management
  • Popular HR Theories and their Relevance to Scrum

 

Business Justification

  • Introduction to Business Justification
  • Value-driven Delivery
  • Importance of Business Justification
  • Business Justification Techniques
  • Continuous Value Justification and Confirm Benefits Realization
  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

 

Quality

  • Introduction to Quality
  • Quality, Scope, and Business Value
  • Acceptance Criteria and Prioritized Product Backlog
  • Transition to Scrum
  • Quality Management in Scrum
  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance
  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

 

Change

  • Introduction to Change
  • Overview
  • Change in Scrum
  • Integrating Change
  • Change in Portfolios and Programs

 

Quality

  • Introduction to Quality
  • Quality, Scope, and Business Value
  • Acceptance Criteria and Prioritized Product Backlog
  • Transition to Scrum
  • Quality Management in Scrum
  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance
  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

 

Risk

  • What is Risk
  • Risk Management Procedure
  • Risk Prioritization, Mitigation and Communication
  • Minimizing Risks through Scrum
  • Risks in Portfolios and Programs
  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

 

Initiate

  • Initiate- Introduction
  • Create Project Vision
  • Identify Scrum Master and Stakeholder(s)
  • Form Scrum Team
  • Develop Epic(s)
  • Create Prioritized Product Backlog
  • Conduct Release Planning

 

Plan and Estimate

  • Plan and Estimate-Introduction
  • Create User Stories Process
  • Approve, Estimate, and Commit User Stories and Create Tasks Processes
  • Estimate Tasks Process
  • Create Sprint Backlog Process

 

Implement

  • Implement-Introduction and Create Deliverables
  • Conduct Daily Standup
  • Groom Prioritized Product Backlog

 

Review and Retrospect

  • Review and Retrospect - Introduction
  • Convene Scrum of Scrums
  • Demonstrate and Validate Sprint
  • Retrospect Sprint

 

Release

  • Release-Introduction
  • Ship Deliverables
  • Retrospect Project

Introduction to SCRUM

  • Introduction to Scrum
  • Overview of Scrum
  • History of Scrum
  • Why Use Scrum
  • Scalability of Scrum
  • Purpose of the SBOKTM Guide
  • Framework of the SBOKTM Guide
  • How to use the SBOKTM Guide
  • Scrum Principles
  • Scrum Aspects
  • Scrum Processes
  • Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management

 

Principles

  • Introduction to Scrum Principles
  • Roles Guide and Empirical Process Control
  • Self-Organization
  • Collaboration
  • Value-Based Prioritization
  • Time-Boxing
  • Iterative Development
  • Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management

 

Organization

  • Introduction to Organization
  • Roles Guide
  • Scrum Project Roles
  • Product Owner
  • Scrum Master
  • Scrum Team
  • Scrum in Project, Programs, and Portfolios
  • Summary of Responsibilities
  • Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management
  • Popular HR Theories and their Relevance to Scrum

 

Business Justification

  • Introduction to Business Justification
  • Value-driven Delivery
  • Importance of Business Justification
  • Business Justification Techniques
  • Continuous Value Justification and Confirm Benefits Realization
  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

 

Quality

  • Introduction to Quality
  • Quality, Scope, and Business Value
  • Acceptance Criteria and Prioritized Product Backlog
  • Transition to Scrum
  • Quality Management in Scrum
  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance
  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

 

Change

  • Introduction to Change
  • Overview
  • Change in Scrum
  • Integrating Change
  • Change in Portfolios and Programs

 

Quality

  • Introduction to Quality
  • Quality, Scope, and Business Value
  • Acceptance Criteria and Prioritized Product Backlog
  • Transition to Scrum
  • Quality Management in Scrum
  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance
  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

 

Risk

  • What is Risk
  • Risk Management Procedure
  • Risk Prioritization, Mitigation and Communication
  • Minimizing Risks through Scrum
  • Risks in Portfolios and Programs
  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

 

Initiate

  • Initiate- Introduction
  • Create Project Vision
  • Identify Scrum Master and Stakeholder(s)
  • Form Scrum Team
  • Develop Epic(s)
  • Create Prioritized Product Backlog
  • Conduct Release Planning

 

Plan and Estimate

  • Plan and Estimate-Introduction
  • Create User Stories Process
  • Approve, Estimate, and Commit User Stories and Create Tasks Processes
  • Estimate Tasks Process
  • Create Sprint Backlog Process

 

Implement

  • Implement-Introduction and Create Deliverables
  • Conduct Daily Standup
  • Groom Prioritized Product Backlog

 

Review and Retrospect

  • Review and Retrospect - Introduction
  • Convene Scrum of Scrums
  • Demonstrate and Validate Sprint
  • Retrospect Sprint

 

Release

  • Release-Introduction
  • Ship Deliverables
  • Retrospect Project

What participants will learn

 

  • Participants will become familiar with the concepts, advantages, and challenges of the Scrum methodology.
  • Participants will be equipped with the knowledge needed to effectively contribute to a Scrum project.
  • Participants will be able to effectively interact with any Scrum Team.

 

Takeaways

  • E-copy of SBOK Guide
  • High quality video tutorials
  • Roles Guide for SDC exam
  • SDC exam
  • Upon successful completion of the exam get an online certificate
  • 15 PMI® PDUs

Certification Prerequisites Target Audience Maintaining Certification(RCUs)
SDC
Experience Education
Nil Nil
Anyone on a SCRUM Team or anyone who interacts with any Scrum Team 25 Recertification units every 2 years

 

There is no formal prerequisite for this certification.

 

This is highly recommended for everyone in a company who works in a Scrum Team or anyone who interacts with any Scrum Team. This will also be very useful for those who are interested in understanding the basics of Scrum and how this method could be used effectively.

Exam Format

  • Multiple choice
  • 75 questions per exam
  • No negative marks for wrong answers
  • 90 minutes duration
  • Proctored online exam
  • Current pass rate: 98%

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