|16 April 2024
|Tuesday, from 17h to 21h
Scrum is one of the most agile methodologies currently adopted by organisations developing software products. Our Agile Project Management course focuses on understanding how Scrum works, what its defined roles are, what dynamics are involved, and what kind of team culture is fostered.
Throughout the course you will see first-hand advantages in terms of self-organisation, collaboration, reduced complexity and continuous improvement at the heart of a maturing team.
As a framework, Scrum is simple to understand but at the same time can be complicated to put into practice, generally due to the cultural context of companies integrating it. It is in this context that you will learn the most common mistakes in implementation and will receive advice to identify cases in which it is not being understood or applied correctly.
In addition to this, the course also provides you with the knowledge you will need to take the exam to gain Scrum Master Professional Certificationfrom Scrum.organd Agile Certified Practitioner from the PMI.
Why study Project Management at La Salle-URL?
As a certified Project Manager from La Salle-URL, you will be a highly skilled professional in project management and will be part of the largest PM networking community in Europe, with more than 4,500 Project Managers trained in our classrooms for over 20 years.
We have expert professors in Project Management, who combine solid academic training with extensive professional experience in the field.
In addition, we promote the constant updating of knowledge on the latest trends and best practices in Project Management.
COURSE WITH FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR COMPANIES
Some or all of the cost of this course may be covered by FUNDAE training funds.
La Salle-URL is accredited by FUNDAE as a training provider, and we provide all the information required so you can request funding for your course from said body.
We offer special bonuses to those companies that enroll several participants in the same course or in different courses within the current academic year.