Typical class sizes are between 8 and 16 to maximise learning, giving you the ability to ask YOUR relevant questions
Live Virtual Classes
Able to deliver an interactive virtual experience without losing any of the key lessons and learning
Throughout my career there have been times when I wished I had the option to work with a coach, now you have the option…
Courses are highly interactive and certainly are not death by PowerPoint – Using Training from the Back of the Room & Visual Facilitation techniques
Learn and Experience the core Skills and Theory of Scrum from someone who has bags of real life experience…
With the ability to provide Professional Scrum Master, Advanced Professional Scrum Master, Professional Product Owner, Professional Scrum with Kanban & and many more courses…
Scrum.org Scrum Training and Co-Active Coaching
Live Virtual Classes (LVCs)
During these times that we can’t physcially be together in a classroom, Live Virtual Classes bring that learning to you –WITHOUT diminishing the experience.
It may seem strange and different but you’re in safe hands, I have done this before…
Don’t take my word for it – here’s what my clients say:
Coaching & Classes that are more than PowerPoint
Putting together Scrum.org Scrum Training and Co-Active Coaching with Visual Facilitation.
I believe in providing an experience, that corrects myths and misconceptions in a style that is engaging and thought provoking.
Packed with Coffee, Happy Clients and Bags of Experience….
All Professional Scrum Trainers use the same highly-tuned and standardised Scrum.org courseware. Trainers bring their own style and experience to their courses, but using consistent materials ensures that all PSTs are delivering the same high-quality content to each and every student regardless of which PST teaches the course and where it is taught.
Professional Scrum Trainer
Steve is an experienced Scrum Master and Professional Scrum Trainer, using his 20 years plus experience in delivering complex software products in many different business sectors.
Available at Scrum.org and here. Here are some of my thoughts and observations around working in a
Complex Product Domain
Interested in finding out more – Lets Talk!