Thank you for your interest in Certified ScrumMaster Training Course.
Who is teaching this class?
Bob Schatz, with nearly 30 years in the industry, has led teams and companies using agile techniques since the mid-90’s. Bob served as VP of Development for Primavera Systems, Inc. where he was responsible for leading the highly-successful adoption of agile development techniques starting in 2002 for the team that develops Primavera’s software solutions for Enterprise Project, Resource, and Portfolio Management. Bob was coached, mentored, and trained by Ken Schwaber and Bob Martin. Before joining Primavera, Bob spent seven years at Liquent, Inc., managing the development of publishing software targeted for the pharmaceutical market, and 12 years at GE Aerospace/Lockheed Martin, where he held various management positions for large-scale development projects for US government agencies and the Department of Defense. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Temple University and a Masters degree in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Bob is a proven leader in successfully implementing agile development techniques, such as Scrum and XP, and driving culture changes in organizations. He and his team have been featured in a number of industry articles. He often speaks at industry events talking about the benefits and challenges of bringing agile techniques into an organization. He has experience in all aspects of a project from developer to C-level executive. Bob is passionate about creating better software and improving the quality of life for the people that create and use it.
Bob's training and certification expertise spans across the organization to support Executive, Product Owner (Certified/non-certified), Team, and Scrum Master Training (Certified/Non-certified); Project Kick-off; Project Coaching; Team Health Checks/Assessments, Portfolio Management Coaching; Organizational Development and Conflict Management, Project Rescue
When is this training taking place?
This class is confirmed to run over the following day(s):
Monday, November 22, 2010 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday, November 23, 2010 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
All times are based on the following time-zone: Pacific Standard Time
Is this class confirmed to run?
Yes, this class is guaranteed to run! We encourage you to register and reserve your seat now before it fills up. Just click on the Orange "Register Now" button on the right side of this page.
Where is this training taking place?
This training location offers the following features:
- ADA Compliant
What is the price for this training?
This training is priced at $ 1250.00 USD per participant.
We accept payments by credit card - VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover Card.
Who is providing this training?
This class is delivered by cPrime.
How is this training usually structured?
Typically we divide the training days into four sessions. Two sessions before lunch, and two sessions after lunch. Between any two sessions, we take a break. Short 15-minute breaks in the morning and the afternoon, and usually an hour-long lunch-break.
Attendees are encouraged to arrive at least 20 minutes early on the first day of the class and 15 minutes early for the remainder of the training.
What is provided for this training?
For this training, cPrime provides:
- A take-home copy of the training materials.
- Refreshments. This usually includes coffee, tea, juices, soft drinks, and water to keep you hydrated.
- Snacks. This varies and can include fruit, vegetables, chips, or pastries.
- Food. A selection of food to choose from will be provided at lunch time. This usually includes burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, pizzas, etc.
What am I responsible for?
You are responsible for:
- Transportation to and from the classroom
- Arriving to class on time (including from the breaks)
- Meeting the class prerequisites. See the course page for more info.
What is the maximum class size?
This class allows up to 25 participants.
In general, we strive to have an optimal class size, such that:
- Instructor(s) can provide adequate attention to participants' questions and concerns as well as assist with the lab-work.
- There are enough participants in the class to create an engaging group-dynamic, which facilitates learning.