This two-day course follows the BCS Foundation Certificate in Agile syllabus and provides a broad overview of principles, techniques and practices. By the end of the class, delegates are fully briefed on the intent of agile and the language, terminology and choices available to teams. The class does not focus on a specific framework such as Scrum, but instead helps delegates to understand their working practices, identify the specific challenges, and to make an informed choice about the specific flavour of agile that would be most effective.
The class includes the BCS Foundation Certificate in Agile exam, taken online as a one hour closed-book examination via a proctoring (remote invigilation) service. This is booked by delegates at their convenience, after the class.
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A qualified BCS Agile trainer, Brian is an experienced digital portfolio and programme manager and has worked in sports, retail, education and entertainment sectors. A skilled scrum master in his own right, Brian has also recruited, managed and coached teams of scrum masters.
Brian has also introduced Lean and agile approaches, such as Kanban, when managing digital portfolios, improving the visibility and flow of the work. He enjoys working with people to find practical solutions to challenging problems with their delivery of digital products.
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