PSM 15-16 Jul 2021
Live Virtual classes
Price: EUR 1295,-
Language: Live Virtual Classes are default English. Unless all participants speak Dutch. A basic level of English is preferred, since the assessment and a lot of Scrum terminology is English.
Tools: For Live Virtual Classes we use Mural in combination with Zoom. For both of these tools an account is not necessary. It is best to use the native Zoom app on your Mac or Windows laptop or desktop. Mural only requires a browser. We recommend Google Chrome for the best experience.
About the trainers
Chee Hong Hsia
Chee Hong is one of the handful scrum.org certified trainers in the world licensed to teach all the scrum.org courses. He has been heavily involved with Scrum since 2006.
His experience comes from working with numerous organizations in Europe and Asia. He helps and coaches scrum teams, middle management and C-level executives in the art of servant leadership, empirical thinking, bottom-up intelligence, the power of self-organization, evidence-based management and validate-learning. His mission is to improve the profession of product delivery and coaching organizations in their Agile transformation journey. To do this, Chee Hong uses Scrum in combination with Kanban, Lean, Extreme Programming practices while respecting the underlying Agile values and principles.
As a Professional Scrum Trainer, he travels and connects with Scrum experts all over the world. During his travels, he helps professionals discover the underlying values and principles behind Scrum and challenge students in re-imagining the true potential of Scrum.
Jasper Alblas is a Professional Scrum Master since 2012 and Professional Scrum Trainer since 2018. He’s an expert on improving effective teamwork, with a certified teamcoach licence since 2020.
His experience comes from working as a developer and Professional Scrum Master in large utility companies, commercial companies and government for the past decade.
“As an individual in a team, whether I’m a Scrum Master or trainer in a group, I never put myself above others. My intent is that there is something to be learned from every individual.
I find the way we behave in groups and teams fascinating. It’s a constant way to learn; inspect and adapt based on the insights I discover from working with people and teams.”