Lifelong Professional Scrum Master™ Certification 

in a day!

Scrum Crash Course

Scrum is a proven development methodology to quickly respond to vision changes. It is the defacto development methodology for software companies. It’s essential to adopt Scrum when everything is changing so fast.

Ekipa is organizing a one-day Professional Scrum Master™ Certification Course. In this Crash Course, you will learn the basics of Scrum, involve in exercises to bring them into practice and get your assessments towards gaining your certification.


This interactive workshop is full day of theory, models, exercises and lots of practical tips.

Why participate ?

Anyone who would be interested to get their lifelong Professional Scrum Master™ Certification and would like to bring about change in the way they work in the software field. 

Entrepreneurs, managers, project managers and programmers, anyone who can spend a day for the event are welcome.

Typical attendees in the past have been functional managers, team leads, analysts, architects, engineers, software developers, directors, testers and other roles that support product development.

Who can benefit ?

Agenda / Topics Covered

  • Get your lifelong Professional Scrum Master™ Certification(PSM)
  • Get working knowledge of the scrum methodology in a day. 
  • Practical exercises that you bring right into practice. 
  • Learn from each other. Numerous practical tips on how Scrum works and what are the pitfalls to watch out for.
  • Microsoft® uses the PSM I assessment to validate knowledge as part of its Silver and Gold Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) competencies.


The following topics will be addressed

  • Scrum theory and methodology: 

                   Agile manifesto 

                   Scrum events

                   Scrum artifacts

  • From idea to shippable deliveries: 

                  Product Vision 

                  Product backlog

  • Team roles: 

                  The ideal team

                  Product Owner


                  Development team

  • Plans: 

                  Product backlog 

                  Backlog grooming 

                  Business value 


                  Sprint planning 

                  Story points 

                  Planning poker 

                  Definition of done

  • Delivery:


                  Daily scrum


  • Evaluation: 

                Sprint review 

                Sprint retrospective

  • Systems: 

                Possible systems to support scrum

  • Scrum in practice: 

               Working with clients who get it, with clients who do not understand it 

               Work with remote teams 

               Recognize and avoid pitfalls

  • Hands-on trial assessment



Our training will help you close more sales, complete more projects, and retain happy customers who come back for more. 

We are sure that our experience gives perfect results. However, if afterwards you’re not satisfied with our training, you decide what you think you should pay. 

Hugo Messer has been building and managing teams around the world for over 10 years. He is the owner of Bridge Global, a global software powerhouse and the founder of He wrote 6 books about managing distributed teams. His passion is to enable people that are spread across cultures, geography and time zones to cooperate. Whether it’s offshoring or nearshoring, he knows what it takes to make a global cooperation work. As a passionate entrepreneur, he shows strong interest in helping entrepreneurs grow. He is a Certified ScrumProfessional, and fell in love with scrum 5 years back as a solution to manage distributed teams

Lekha Philip has a software background of 9 years and has been part of Bridge Global for the past 7 years.

She has moved steadfastly from a developer to process manager and now Chief operating officer.

Passionate about people and culture, she is also keen on setting up processes that facilitate and drive remote collaboration. She has made a contribution to the book -The international Manager, by Frank Garten, on her experience in working with different cultures.

Arjan Franzen started out as a programmer and became an allround engineering expert over the years. He's had various roles, ranging from development lead, engineering manager to consultant. He has set up and managed several distributed teams in both India and Eastern Europe. He loves good engineering practices. He's always learning new ways to improve results of software teams. He's a fan of lean, kanban, continuous delivery and scrum.

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