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Scrum Workshop Program

  • 05 Jan 2022
  • 1:00 PM
  • 23 Feb 2022
  • 3:00 PM
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Scrum Workshop Program

Hosted by Brenda Fay of BrenDaniel Productions

Dates: January 5th - February 23rd, 2022

Times: Wednesdays, 1 pm - 3 pm  

This program is valued at $1,800 +HST. 

**Eligible DNS Members can access WIPSI funding through DNS to cover 50-100% of the cost of this program. Please check our programs page to read more about funding eligibility and how to apply. 

Course Description:

Scrum is widely used in technology projects, especially those that have a software development aspect. This program gives tech organizations an opportunity to learn the mechanics of Scrum concepts and how to apply them in a practical setting.

Scrum team members will be able to learn how to optimize their collaborative work and product delivery methods in this hand-on, virtual workshop. This program will take 24 hours to complete, in which participants will have worked through all aspects of a Scrum project, from vision to iterative delivery. Each  session will include a discussion segment to gain a more in depth understanding of Scrum and the participants will be placed in small groups for exercises that will give them hands-on experience with Scrum.

This course will teach participants how to use Scrum for a project and product delivery, which will improve an organization's customer satisfaction, product delivery and team morale. With Scrum, teams can respond quickly to changes without hassles in

traditional project change management

This 8 day course will cover:

  • The Scrum framework and its importance and use for organizations and teams in product delivery
  • How the product is initially defined, creating a Product Backlog
  • Team roles
  • Looking at various methods to identify the complexity of the work.
  • Prioritizing the work to be done as a team.
  • How to plan a sprint

This course is designed for:

Scrum team members who wish to improve and optimize their Scrum projects

Course Schedule:

Date | Course Session # | Session Description

Jan 5


Course Overview - The Scrum framework and its importance and use for organizations and teams in product delivery. Course layout. Creating a Product Backlog. Throughout the course, we will be using a kitchen renovation as our product, and teams will be working together in small groups.

Jan 12


Sprint Backlog

Jan 19


Team Roles

Jan 26


User Stories

Feb 2


Determining the work complexity.

Feb 9


Prioritizing the work.

Feb 16


Planning the Sprint. Using a task board. Mock Sprint.

Feb 23


Sprint Review and Retrospective. Planning the next Sprint. Course wrap-up.

About the Instructors:

Brenda Fay, PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM

Brenda assists individuals and organizations in bettering their projects and has been delighted to do so

for over twenty years. She is a passionate agilist whose certifications include the PMP, PMI-ACP and CSM (Certified Scrum Master). She is the President and Co-owner of BrenDaniel Productions Corp. Her company provides workshops

and consulting support worldwide, and has guided organizations in Canada, China, the United States,

Germany, Switzerland, Africa and more.

Andrew J. Mitchell, Scrum Master & Agile Coach

Andrew is a Scrum Master and Agile Coach who believes Scrum is the best way to engage teams, solve

complex problems and rapidly deliver value to stakeholders. Andrew wants people to be excited to go

to work and be part of great teams with servant leaders who genuinely care for their people. He believes that

Scrum is the best vehicle to achieve that goal.

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