I have taken various Project Management courses.
I attended this Scrum course with a colleague of mine in order to enforce the use of Agile methodologies at UKTV.
Each training session will present the basic principles of agile development and specifically go into detail of Scrum practices. The presentation will be followed by practical exercise so that all participants have a chance to experience the Scrum practices. Introduction to Agile Principles, Background, Agile Manifesto, SCRUM Practices, Roles & Responsibilities, Sprint Meetings (Planning, Review, Daily Scrum), Sprint Tracking (Backlogs, Burn-down Charts, Velocity), Practical hands-on exercise, Awareness of Technical Practices, Continuous Integration, Test Driven Development, Refactoring.
I attended this Technical Writing course in 2009 in order to enhance the overall documentation of the CMS I build as well as finding it extremely useful for our Agile Scrum development to write Agile Scenarios and Storyboards.
Course Content: Introduction to Technical Writing, The Writing Process, Getting ready to write, Assessing your audience, Covering the knowledge domain.
This Managing Successful Projects course at Reed Learning introduced me to great ways managing projects on a larger scale more successfully.
Course overview: Who is it for?, This project management course is essential for those who current manage projects. It’s suitable for individuals who’re involved in the management, planning or implementation of a project., What is it about?, Effective project techniques help you reduce spend, beat deadlines and plan for problems before they occur. This course will teach you project management methodologies that will help you to successfully manage projects., All projects need a beginning, middle and end, and project management course will show you the essential components required in planning the project and give you the confidence and immediately useful tools to put them into practice back at work., What will I get out of it?, What will I learn?, Understand the requirements of a project, Organise projects, Manage the baseline, Cost, estimate and budget, Manage change, Measure and control, Close the project.