Tecnalia. Inspiring Business

Tecnalia. Inspiring Business

Professional Scrum Master (PSM) 2º Edición

2017.11.13 - 2017.11.14

Venue: Technology Park, Building 700, Derio. Bizkaia.
Date: 2017.11.13 - 2017.11.14
Hours: 9.30 am - 6.00 pm
Organiser: TECNALIA
Price: €950+VAT - Reduced Price: €750 + VAT (Registration prior to 13/10)
Jose Arias

Professional Srum Master (PSM


The Professional Scrum Master course helps to obtain a solid base in Scrum and its key principles.

During the course, you will learn about Scrum, its mechanics, artifacts and roles. The course then teaches students how to use Scrum to optimise value, productivity and the total cost of handling products using Scrum.

The course covers all of the topics related to the Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) and Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II) certification, which will be obtained individually after the course has been completed.

Students base their learning on the contents introduced by the trainer, through reflections on the concepts in real contexts, and just as importantly, through group exercises which enable them to exchange their points of view and compare the approaches and feasibility of the solutions put forward to the problems posed. is responsible for updating the curriculum and the materials for the Professional Scrum Master courses and only selects qualified instructors to give this course. Each instructor offers his/her own experience and knowledge of implementing Scrum, whilst all of the students learn the same contents. Therefore, the possibility of obtaining the Professional Scrum Master I and II certification, and using Scrum in the real world is increased.


  • Basic concepts of Scrum
  • What is Scrum and how has it evolved?
  • Scrum Theory
    • Why does Scrum work and what are its basic principles. Differences between the Scrum principles and the traditional Software development approaches, and its impact.
  • The Scrum Framework and Meetings
    • How the Scrum theory is implemented using time-boxes, rules, roles and devices. How can they be used more effectively and how can they be broken.
  • Scrum and Change
    • Scrum is different: What does this mean for my projects and my organisation? How to adopt Scrum given the change that it may entail.
  • Scrum and the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
    • A system is not only developed but it has to be sustained, maintained and improved. How the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of our systems or products is measured and optimised.
  • The Scrum Teams
    • The Scrum teams are self-organised and cross-functional; this differs from traditional development groups. How we start with Scrum teams and how we ensure their success.
  • Planning with Scrum
    • Planning a project and estimating its cost and execution time.
  • Prediction, Risk Management and Reports
    • Scrum is empirical. How can predictions be made, risk and progress be controlled using Scrum. The discussion begins with "Done and Not Done" and continues with Quality Assurance in Scrum.
  • Escalating Scrum
    • Scrum works well with a team. It works better than any other thing for projects or product launches that involve hundreds of thousands of globally dispersed team members. How can Scrum be escalated in the best way.

The price includes:

  • All of the course materials
  • The Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) Certification Exam
  • A discount on the Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II) certification

For further information and enquiries, please contact: Jose Arias


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