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You can earn professional development units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute or Scrum education units (SEUs) from the Scrum Alliance when you take training from Front Row Agile.
Each course is unique, so be sure to check if the course is eligible for these type of continuing education units by navigating to the course page.
In general, online training is acceptable for PDUs and SEUs, and is typically at a ratio of 1:1, where one hour of training = one continuing education unit. For more information on how SEUs and PDUs work, check out:
Ways to earn SEUs for Scrum Alliance
Ways to earn PDUs for Project Management Institute
When you've reached a milestone by completing any video training course at Front Row Agile, you get a professional certificate of completion. These certificates represent your commitment to agile continuing education, and can be something you include in your professional portfolio.
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About the Course
It is no secret that Scrum is rapidly gaining momentum as the most popular agile framework primarily because its concepts are simple and they just make sense.
However, this perceived simplicity often gives rise to the false sense that Scrum is a "silver bullet" and trivial to implement.
When the rubber hits the road, the new Scrum team will often find that translating the framework into effective, practical approaches is anything but easy.
This video course focuses on a wide selection of tactics, tools and tips that teams can employ to ensure that their Scrum activities run as effectively and efficiently as possible.
The Applied Scrum Activities course will offer real-world approaches and tips as they pertain to a range of Scrum activities.
This course covers topics such as:
- How to run effective estimation sessions
- How to implement an efficient sprint planning session to ensure a realistic sprint backlog
- How to avoid your daily scrums going off on wild tangents
- How to keep sprint reviews and retrospectives energetic and fresh
- How to track and control a Sprint’s progress (especially as it gets impacted by a range of impediments)
- How to best generate the definition of done
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