This two-day hands-on class teaches students the Agile Project Management Methodology as well as the underlying Scrum process including sprint planning, daily stand-up meetings, and all the diverse skills required of a Scrum Master. Class work will revolve around an product development project for hands-on experience and all scrum planning steps are employed by the teams culminating in a final class project. Participants will leave this class energized and able to help their organizations move their Agile-Scrum initiatives forward.
The Agile-Scrum Master Certificate is geared towards individuals looking to become certified Scrum Masters and/or participate in the role of effective team members. However, content is applicable to anyone within an organization implementing Agile methods. Upon completion, participants will be prepared to be an effective Scrum Master, stakeholder or team member for any Scrum team or Scrum organization.
Certificate enrollment fee includes the course textbook and certification exam fee.
Agile-Scrum Master Certificate Digital Badge:
Participants who successfully complete the Agile-Scrum Master Certificate program will automatically receive a digital badge microcredential that verifies their accomplishment and skill that can be shared on social media, blogs and online portfolios.
Upon completion of the Agile-Scrum Master Certificate, participants will receive an email with further information on claiming their badge. For more information on digital badges with UNH PD&T, click here.
Hear what participants are saying about the UNH Agile-Scrum Master Certificate Program:
"The instructor, Mark Hall, was the most valuable part of the workshop. His knowledge, professionalism, organization and teaching ability is incredible."
"Mark was relatable, professional, helpful and genuine. The best instructor I've experienced in any of the classes."
"The whole workshop was extremely valuable. I really appreciated the Scrum Process Flow Chart that was handed out in addition to the class manual."
No prerequisites required.
Agile-Scrum Master Certificate students are eligible for 12 PDUs for Project Management Institute (PMI) certification.
Looking for quick, easy and affordable project management training for your staff? Visit the Agile Project Management Custom Training page.
This program is not associated with the Scrum Alliance (CSM) or Scrum.org (PSM).
The Agile-Scrum Master Certification course is geared toward individuals looking to become certified Scrum Masters and/or participate in the role of effective team members. However, anyone within an organization implementing Agile methods can gain valuable knowledge by taking this course. With completion of the course, participants will be prepared to be an effective Scrum Master, stakeholder or team member for any Scrum team or Scrum organization.
The 2-day hands-on class that teaches students the Agile Project Management Methodology as well as the underlying Scrum process including sprint planning, daily stand-up meetings and the skills required of a certified Scrum Master. The class selects an app development project for hands-on experience and all scrum planning steps are employed by the teams in the class project. Participants will leave this class energized and able to help their organizations move their Agile-Scrum initiatives forward.
Mark Hall is a chief executive with thirty years of experience in the aviation, semiconductor, and professional services industries. He is the President of William George Associates (WGA), an Agile and project management consulting firm, and has been training and consulting in the Project Management (PM) space for 25 years. He has taught the PMP preparation class 160 times in the past 18 years.
He also oversees WGA Scrum consulting services including assessments, Agile coaching, and implementations. He assists clients in dramatically improving their product development processes leveraging Scrum. For large-scale products and teams, Mr. Hall teaches and coaches the Spotify model. The Agile wave is upon us for all types of product development and Mr. Hall is intent on teaching and implementing Agile/Scrum principles that improve customer satisfaction, increase revenue and profits, and create a self-organizing culture of employee satisfaction, passion and accountability.
Mark serves on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts High Technology Council. He is an alumnus of Furman University in Greenville, SC where he received a degree in Political Science and French Literature. He currently resides in Georgetown, MA with his wife of twenty years and his two children.