Agile Project Management Course & Training

From ideas to impact: Master the framework for successful projects.

Agile project management course embraces project management skills through agile scrum and lean kanban techniques. The agile project management training course will also include the trade-off approaches of hybrid techniques and when it can help maximize value to the organization. 

Whether you are an engineer, developer, or manager, you can certainly benefit from  agile project management certification courseAgile principles are applicable in all industries and will improve organizational efficiency.

Course Objective:

  • Deliver business-valued service, product to your customer in less time
  • Develop higher-quality service products at lower cost
  • Mitigate uncertainty and risk by applying agile values and principles
  • Apply the scrum framework to meet business needs
  • Focus on continuous process improvement through embedded learning in the workplace

Course Resource:

  • Hand-on class
  • Quizzes and assignments
  • Access to recorded lectures post-live class on LMS

Course Intro:

Agile is the industry’s standard methodology for modern it projects. The traditional waterfall approach to managing it projects has been unable to keep pace with the fast-paced application modernization and digital transformation. organizations worldwide continue to advocate for the adoption of agile techniques in order to deal with rapid organizational and technology changes. Although traditional project management methodologies have been the standard for many years, the continued pace of change means that project managers and organizations alike need to adopt new ways of developing and implementing projects. Effective implementation of agile practices requires a paradigm shift including a new mindset and new techniques.

Course Coverage

Module 1:

  1. The challenges of traditional project
  2. The assumptions of traditional development
  3. The weakness of traditional development method

Module 2:

  1. Introducing Agile Principles
  2. Defining Agile values and principles
  3. Agile development processes philosophies
  4. Advantages and disadvantages of Agile
  5. Agile methods

Module 3:

  1. Defining the Scrum Framework
  2. Defining the core Scrum Framework
  3. Core Scrum team, artifacts and ceremonies
  4. Adapting traditional business process to Scrum
  5. Applying core Scrum Values
  6. Benefits of Scrum
  7. Challenging of Scrum

Module 4:

  1. Scrum Roles and Responsibilities
  2. Stakeholders role
  3. Scrum Master role and responsibilities
  4. Product Owner role and responsibilities
  5. Development Team role and responsibilities

Module 5:

  1. Simulating the Core Scrum Artifacts and Ceremonies
  2. Creating and Refining the Product Backlog
  3. Decomposing Epics into features and stories
  4. Implementing and Monitoring the Sprint Backlog
  5. Defining the Definition of Done
  6. Setting goals and choosing user stories
  7. Holding the Sprint Planning meeting
  8. Creating tasks for the sprint backlog
  9. Hosting the Daily Scrum
  10. Leading Sprint Reviews
  11. Facilitating successful Sprint Retrospectives
  12. Cancelling Sprint

Module 6:

  1. Estimating and Prioritizing
  2. Product Backlog Items
  3. Sizing user stories
  4. Estimating effort and business value level through relative measurement
  5. Ranking product backlog item priority at the release, product and project level
  6. Utilizing MoSCoW and other prioritization techniques
  7. Identifying high-priority items for sprint planning

Module 7:

  1. Creating User Stories
  2. Key Principles for Agile Requirements
  3. Writing users stories with the context format
  4. Evolving product requirements
  5. Applying INVEST focus user stories
  6. Developing products with progressive elaboration
  7. Breaking user stories into tasks
  8. Defining appropriate acceptance criteria

Module 8: Testing on Agile

  1. The different of testing on agile
  2. Testing in agile
  3. Challenging in Agile Testing
  4. Strategy and automation build

Module 9:

  1. Applying Agile throughout Your Organization Scaling for large projects
  2. Scaling impact and consideration in practices
  3. Working with large Product Backlogs
  4. Scaling the Product Owner role
  5. Coordinating component teams with Scrum Development Teams
  6. Managing Distributed Development Distributed Scrum
  7. Ensuring effective communication across time zones
  8. Overlapping period versus no overlapping period
  9. Best practices of distributed Scrum
  10. Challenges in Distributed and Scaling SCRUM Module 10: Agile for Manager
  11. Agile Manager characteristics
  12. Challenges of traditional approach
  13. Agility in business
  14. Agile approach to increase ROI and employee motivation
  15. Plan versus Business Value
  16. Transitioning from a traditional to an Agile approach

Credit Hours

08 Hours

Delivery Channel

Virtual/ elearning


20 & 21 April 2024


Certificate Program


Beginner to Expert

Duration & Delivery:

  • 8 Credit Hours, 2 Days Classes
  • E-Learning – Live Classes, 4 Hours Of Each Class 2 Days.
  • Classes Will Be Conduct Virtually.
  • Quizzes & Assignments
  • Recorded Sessions Available 24/7 On The LMS Uploaded Within 24 Hours Of The Class.
  • Online Support During Business Hours Is Available


  • Project Coordinator
  • Project Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • Program Managers
  • Stakeholders
  • Business Analyst
  • Agile Project Manager


At The End Of Each Program We Carry Out A Survey To Ensure Our Participants Receive The Best Of Our Services.


Participants Will Receive A Successful Course Completion Certificate. 


Muhammad Omer

Agile Project Manager | Scrum Master | Digital Transformation | Business Development Manager

Project Manager with over 10 years of experience in Technology & Engineering projects – Certified Scrum Master, PMP and PRINCE2 – Excellent Communication and Negotiation Skills to Support Technical Sales and Marketing – Knowledge of Business Analysis and Industrial/Technical Process Analysis – Expert in Technical Writing – Proficient in Cross-Functional Departments from Electronics, Telecom, Embedded Systems and Mechatronics Product Development – Supply Chain Management