May 22nd and 23rd 2018
The Certified Scrum Master training is a 2 day course with the goal to create a learning experience tailored to professionals seeking a deep exploration of Scrum and the broader ecosystem of agile within a safe non-judgmental atmosphere.
Our teaching philosophy promotes a "learning by doing" approach to provide individuals with the knowledge of the rules, roles and practices of Scrum and accelerate the conceptualisation of Scrum concepts. We create the conditions for learners to feel the experience of Scrum, gain a hands-on appreciation of the tools and the temperament needed to be an agent of change striving for a sustainable future of work.
All learning styles and levels of experience are considered, ourtrainer’s adaptive approach to the course’s agenda ensures the learning goals of the group influence the format and the contentcovered.
Upon completion of the course the Scrum Alliance will be notified and access to sit the certification exam granted. See the Scrum Alliance site for more information.
This course is suitable for those who are new to the Scrum Master role, or wish to evolve their existing Scrum Master skills. It is also suitable for team members who are interested in a servant leader role.
Martin Kearns is a pioneer in the field of Agile, he was one of the first three certified enterprise coaches in the world by the Scrum Alliance. He was also accredited as an agile expert by Dr. Alistair Cockburn and has been a practitioner in agile methods for over 12 years.
His pragmatic approach and genuine thirst for personal growth is evident in his authentic stories and examples he uses to illustrate concepts in a training setting.
Martin actively contributes to the Scrum community in Australia, being a director of Scrum Australia and frequent speaker at user groups and conferences. His thought-leadership has been recognised by the Scrum Alliance and his selection to speak at the Global Gathering in Dublin in 2017.
Martin is a co-author of the e-book “Agile Transition” (available through InfoQ), in which he and his co-author share their observations and conclusions about what is required when seeking to transition to an agile approach and the future of work.