Training & Certifications

Agile Scrum Foundation

Agile Scrum Foundation certification tests a participant’s knowledge of Agile principles and the Scrum framework. Offered by EXIN, the Agile Scrum Foundation program elaborates further and deeper about how Agile and Scrum are working together to successfully reach the organizational goals. The Agile Scrum Foundation program offered by Multimatics is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge and practices about Agile principles and Scrum practices and how they are being successfully used in a project implementation. The training material is prepared based on the official workbook by EXIN, accompanied by discussions and exercises to work on the questions.

Multimatics is an EXIN’s Silver Partner and Authorized Training Organization for the Agile Scrum Foundation training and certification program accredited by EXIN.

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to :

  1. Recognize how transformation to an Agile environment works and how Agility brings value, predictability and flexibility.
  2. Describe the Agile Manifesto and recognize Agile methods and practices other than Scrum.
  3. Explain the role of Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development Team and recognize the role of a traditional Project Manager .
  4. Explain the characteristics of time-boxed events, Sprints, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and the Sprint Retrospective.
  5. Explain the characteristics of a good Product and Sprint Backlog, User Stories and Backlog items
  6. Understand Burn-Down charts, how to monitor Sprint progress, how to compute the Velocity of the team, Kanban boards and the concept and value of information radiators .
  7. Recognize how to apply Scrum in large, complex projects, and with distributed teams .
  8. Understand the different types of contracts in Scrum and how to create an Agile workspace .

The program is suitable for all professionals looking to keep their knowledge up to date with the latest developments in the fields of IT and project management, particularly those leading or participating in projects. In particular, this certification is suitable for professionals working in the areas of: project management, software development, IT service management, and business management. EXIN Agile Scrum Foundation is highly recommended before starting a Scrum project.

The program is a 2-day intensive training class.

The program provided by Multimatics will be delivered through interactive presentation by professional instructor(s), group debriefs, individual and team exercises, behavior modelling and roleplays, one-to-one and group discussion, case studies, and projects.

The program does not have any specific requirements. Participants can learn the topics without prior knowledge of or experience in Agile projects.

Participants will take Agile Scrum Foundation Exam which consists of 40 multiple choice questions. They will be given 60 minutes to finish the exam and need to get 26 marks out of 40 questions equivalent to 65% to pass the exam. Participants who successfully passed the exam will be given an official Agile Scrum Foundation certification from EXIN.

  • Concept of Agile and Scrum

    1. Explain the Agile Way of Thinking
    2. Recognize How Agile Brings Predictability and Flexibility
    3. Describe the Content of the Agile Manifesto
    4. Recognize Agile Methods and Practices other than Scrum
  1. Scrum Roles

    1. Explain the Role of the Product Owner
    2. Explain the Role of the Scrum Master
    3. Explain the Role of the Developers
    4. Explain that the Traditional Project Manager Role Does Not Exist in Scrum
  2. Scrum Events

    1. Explain the Characteristics of Time-Boxed Events
    2. Explain the Characteristics of Sprints
    3. Explain the Characteristics of The Daily Scrum
    4. Explain the Characteristics of The Sprint Review and The Sprint Retrospective
  3. The Importance of the Backlog

    1. Explain the Characteristics of a Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog
    2. Recognize Good User Stories and Backlog Items
    3. Explain How to Refine the Product Backlog Items
    4. Understand How Backlog Items are Ordered
  4. Working toward Goals

    1. Explain the Characteristics of a Product Goal
    2. Explain the Characteristics of a Sprint Goal
    3. Explain the Characteristics of a Definition of Done (DoD)
  1. Scrum Planning

    1. Explain the Characteristics of the Sprint Planning
    2. Understand How to Determine the Duration of a Sprint
  2. Scrum Estimation

    1. Explain Estimation Techniques: Planning Poker, Triangulation and Affinity Estimation
    2. Understand How to Estimate Using Ideal Days, Ideal Hours or Story Points
    3. Understand How to Estimate the Velocity of the Team
  1. Scrum Monitoring

    1. Understand the Concept and Value of Information Radiators
    2. Understand Kanban Boards
    3. Understand the Different Ways to Visualize the Work Done
  1. Scrum in Different Situations

    1. Recognize How to Scale Scrum in Large, Complex Projects
    2. Recognize How to Apply Scrum with Virtual Teams
    3. Understand Different Types of Contracts in Scrum

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