Featured Course :
“Hack Yourself First” – The Workshop
(with Troy Hunt)
13th - 14th Jun 2016
Learning Connexions is built on our passion of delivering high quality training, learning & development consultancy solutions to your organisation. We deliver public Agile & Scrum courses including the Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and Product Owner (CSPO) certification training in London & Romania throughout the year delivered by the best instructors. Learning Connexions is an accredited Registered Education Provider (REP) through the Scrum Alliance.
Sometimes the constraints of public training can make it difficult to get teams trained. Sending multiple team members from the same project, arranging travel and schedules can be time consuming. We specialise in creating training specifications with clear learning objectives for all members of your team, whether they are beginners, intermediates or advanced professionals. Our extensive network of top trainers means we are not limited to any technologies or methodologies.
8th - 9th June 2016, London
Geoff Watts will guide you through a simulation of a Scrum project using Lego bricks in the main part of this course. You will plan, run and review Lego construction sprints, these will allow you to discover the challenges that you might encounter when transitioning to Scrum and learn some of the techniques that will make your application of Scrum more effective. The open structure of the course allows for plenty of for questions during the games.
11th - 12th June 2016, London
Kanban is an agile technique for managing the product development process in a highly efficient way. Helen will show you how Kanban fits within the agile context and clearly demonstrates how it can complement your current ways of working - whether you work in an agile environment or not. This course is designed as a hands-on workshop - meaning you will leave with practical insights on how to implement or improve Kanban within your organisation and reduce the bottlenecks that hinder your development process.
23rd - 24th June 2016, London
This course sets out to answer the question “What does a BA do on an Agile team?” and equip analysts to work in an Agile team. As well as setting out the standard Agile approach the course explains some of the differences in the way Agile is implemented. The focus is on how the BA can add value to a team through requirements and speciﬁcations and how this might differ from more traditional ways of working.
We believe in a strong community focus and regularly attend and sponsor events, conferences and meetup groups. We have our own meetup group Agile Connexions. Make sure you join the group so you don't miss any events! This group is open to all who have an interest in Agile, Scrum and related methodologies, as well as Architecture, Project Design, Java, JVM, Microsoft Technologies and much more. The purpose of this community hub is to bring professionals together to learn, discuss and network. This is achieved through a mixture of speaker sessions, mentorship, coaching, professional development, online events, competitions and more.