Agile Foundation Training

Agile Foundation Training


Classroom or virtual


8 hours




English & Dutch

Next session: November 8th, 2024 – Diegem (or on request)

The principles of Agile working are central, in particular the role of Scrum Master and the Product owner.  

How do you form a scrum team and ensure that they perform optimally in every sprint?  How do you translate the wishes of the business or customers into features or products that the scrum team can develop?  You will learn how Agile is different from Waterfall. You will understand the different roles and ceremonies in a Scrum team.  

This one-day course also prepares you for the official Professional Scrum Master (PSM I) and Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO I) certification exams.  

Course objectives

  • Obtaining general Scrum knowledge  
  • Obtaining the official Scrum Master and Product Owner certificate, which is included  
  • (Classroom training) Putting theory into practice by means of a lego game  

Course outline

This training has been developed based on the largest and globally recognized Scrum Guide. For the certification, participants must independently take an exam.  Content:

  • Agile Principles (History, Manifesto)  
  • Scrum Principles (History, Definition & Principles, Scrum values, Benefits, Roles)  
  • Scrum Framework (Ceremonies, Artefacts, Visual Management)  
  • Extra   
  • Exam Explanation  



4.8 (out of 5)
“Compliments for the organisation of the entire course, your enthusiasm, the lunch, all the goodies available throughout the day, and the right mix with guest lecturers.”
4.6 (out of 5)
“I’ve learned a lot; I already notice a difference in my work with my new knowledge.“


Everything you need to know

  • When: November 4th 2024 or on request
  • Where: Our office in Diegem (BE) or on request
  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Price: On request
  • For whom: Anyone with a non-existing to very limited knowledge of Scrum.
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Certification: Included
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