Realdolmen Education


Exin Agile SCRUM Foundation

This course is currently not scheduled on the open calendar, but can be organized on request.

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2 day(s)


Primary: Professionals working (or beginning to work) in Agile environments, Project managers, Software developers. Secondary: IT Service Management Professionals, Business managers, Professionals interested in developments in IT and Project Management.




At the end of the course, you will have demonstrated an understanding of: The concepts of Agile and Scrum, Scrum practices, Scrum planning, Advanced Scrum concepts for managing large and/or complex projects, Monitoring Scrum projects


Class training alternated with exercises.


In project management one of the most important developments in recent years is the emergence of Agile frameworks in software development. The primary reason for this is the need for consistent delivery of high priority requests. Scrum is the most wide-spread practice in Agile project management. This methodology uses short time-boxes (work confined in regular, repeatable work cycle) like a sprint (or iteration) in Scrum to allow customers to have a tangible and objective view of a product’s progress. This way of working is becoming increasingly popular and are being used in other areas.

The EXIN Agile Scrum Foundation is a certification provided by the EXIN certification and accreditation body that validates a professional’s blended knowledge in Agile methodologies and Scrum practices. In this course the benefits and practices of Agile frameworks in general and Scrum in particular will be explored. Topics include working together successfully with Agile to achieve the objectives set by the customer. The course covers the Scrum practices regarding cross-functional and self-managed teams, producing a working deliverable at the end of each iteration or sprint.


  • Module 1 - Agile and Scrum
    • Agile, what is it?
    • Scrum
    • Other Agile methodologies
  • Module 2 - Scrum essentials
    • Roles
    • Rituals
    • Time-boxing
  • Module 3 - How to
    • Methods
    • Practices
  • Module 4 - Backlog
    • Product backlog
    • Sprint backlog
    • Stories
  • Module 5 - Advanced concepts
    • Large and complex projects
    • Distributed teams
  • Module 6 - Planning
    • Sprint Planning
    • Release planning
    • Estimations
  • Module 7 - Monitoring
    • Metrics
    • Charts
    • Information Radiators