Professional Scrum Foundations™
Is PSF training for me?
Do you want to start using Scrum? Do you understand that learning diving from the book is exponentially harder than training with an instructor? Do you want to avoid the pitfalls of superficial Scrum? PSF training is the right choice for you.
Do you want to get quality certification with the organization led by one of the founders of Scrum, Ken Schwaber? PSF is definitely for you.
There’s no need for Scrum to be a dogma for your team. Scrum basics as the experience of incremental value creation is here for you to explore. Learn the behaviors, mechanics, and techniques with the experienced trainer.
Useful things to do before training.
To get most of the PSF training, it is helpful to get familiar with the basic mechanics of Scrum. You can gain this knowledge by reading (for example Przewodnika po Scrumie). Practical Scrum experience in organization and team is a plus. It is also good to pass the Scrum Open exam before the training.
Who is the trainer?
Adam’s experience includes working with 20+ teams at Allegro Group. He was the person responsible for training and development of Scrum Masters for more than two years. Now an Agile and Executive coach working with teams and organizations. In his portfolio, there are experience with startups, game development companies to huge corporations. His primary focus is to inspire leadership and software development perfection. He is a long-time organizer of Agile Coach Camp Poland.
What am I paying for?
The training fee includes:
- Two-day intensive training, vast amount of knowledge and experience,
- voucher for Professional Scrum Master I exam (on-line),
- lunches, drinks, and snacks.
Training in conducted in Polish.
More about the training
This training is much more than a lecture or Power Point slides. Practical knowledge and experience play a crucial role for Scrum team daily activities. Participants will work together so that all the trainees can get maximum benefits. By seeing the perspectives of other practitioners, they will be able to explore more points of view. The different experiences, once integrated, can be used to improve software development and product delivery.
PSF students will gain a deeper understanding of the roles they play in software development. Thanks to that they can support communication and solve complex problems at every step of the process.