Agile Project Manager Training, Mentoring and Coaching

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
Training
Posted
09 Sep 2016
Closes
28 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Contract

Agile Project Manager Training, Mentoring and Coaching - Almond Careers

Agile Project Manager Training, Mentoring and Coaching

  • LOCATION
 London

  •  DURATION 2 Evenings (6pm – 8pm)

Min of 12 weeks practical experience and you continue on the project until it’s delivered

COURSE FEES - was
 £1,460 (inc VAT) - now £1,168 (inc VAT)

 

 

Overview

Want to learn our agile project management course in London and understand why it is a popular methodology preferred by businesses, this two day course will teach you some popular agile methodologies like Kanban, Scrum, XP, Lean, TDD, DSDM, and others. You also learn to apply agile in a full software life cycle, understand how to develop a product vision, gather requirements, write user stories, estimate and prioritise user stories. You also learn how to monitor iterations using EVM, Burn-down charts, and task boards; the agile type of risk monitoring using risk Burn-down charts, reporting issues using defect charts and communicating with stakeholders.

 

Training Prerequisite

This training is packaged for candidates, who aspire to drive innovation, with the use of agile methodology in a full software life cycle. It teaches students how to start an agile delivery right from it’s inception to completion with all the necessary tools.

 

Training Format Setup

This is a two day weekday (evenings) classroom-based training with full of demonstrations and examples.

 

Course Outline

FIRST DAY

    • Definition of agile Project Management

    • Agile characteristics

    • Benefits of Agile Management

    • Primary and secondary Agile values

    • Agile principles

    • Evolution of Agile Models

    • Defined and Empirical Models

    • The role of the project plan

    • Inspection and adjustment

    • The Agile Triangle of Constraints

    • The Agile Project Management Model

    • Traditional and Agile Approaches

    • Traditional and Agile Project Phases

    • Agile Project management

    • Scrum, XP and Lean

    • Other Methodologies

SECOND DAY

    • Planning an Agile Project

    • Creating a Business Case

    • Elements of a Product Vision

    • Formatting User Stories

    • Estimating using story points

    • Using Planning Poker

    • Estimating using ideal days

    • Estimating a team’s velocity

    • Prioritizing user stories

    • The Moscow Model

    • Splitting and Combining Stories

    • Estimating using story points

    • Using Planning Poker

    • Estimating using ideal days

    • Estimating a team’s velocity

    • Factor that impact velocity

    • Prioritizing user stories

    • The Moscow Model

    • Splitting and Combining Stories

    • Using Kano graphs

    • Analyzing Survey Date

    • Priority Matrixes

    • Prioritizing Stories

 

Learning Outcome

The course will guide candidates on  how to facilitate and be responsible for mechanics of software delivery, driving quality, continuous improvement and  also building a happy, empowered and passionate cross functional teams. 

 

Potential Job Roles

  • Scrum Master

  • Product Owner

  • Agile Coach

  • Agile delivery Manager

  • Agile Project Manager