BCS Foundation Certificate in Agile is a two-day course (09:00 – 17:00 on both days) which introduces candidates to the fundamental concepts and values of agile, challenges conventional thinking and application to promote a deeper understanding. This course is aimed at business and IT professionals who are interested in agile practices.
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.
BCS Foundation Certificate in Agile training facilities
Paul is an experienced and qualified Professional Scrum Trainer (PST), accredited by Scrum.org. Paul draws on many years of practical experience as an agile project coach and Professional Scrum Trainer. He has a proven track record for delivering high quality products, using these skills to help others build better products as a consultant, coach and trainer. Paul has successfully achieved PSMI, PSMII, PSMIII and PST Professional Scrum certificates and is well qualified in making sure that delegates have a thorough understanding of the Professional Scrum Master course material in order to achieve success themselves.