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    Agile Scrum Master

    6 weeks
    All levels
    0 lessons
    0 quizzes
    1 student

    There are no prerequisites for the Scrum Master training course. Whether you have some related previous work experience or you are a new starter, this Scrum Master program is for you. We have had delegates with no previous experience enrolled for this program and successfully secured a job once completed.

    Pre-Work - Complete a series of self-paced preparatory tests and lessons before the course to match your strength & talent with your career path and get up to speed on the fundamentals of Scrum Master.

    Online Instructor-Led Sessions- Learn by doing with help from an expert. Explore key concepts and tools, and then put them to work through hands-on activities grounded in real-world scenarios. This virtual classroom sessions runs for 5 weeks.

    Homework - Apply what you have learned in class to cumulative assignments that build toward the final project.

    Presentations - Share your presentations and receive feedback from your instructional team and classmates.

    Live Project - After the theoretical sessions are complete, students are placed on a real project as part of a team for 3-4months depending on the project. With a strong portfolio of digitally-driven programs and projects, you will have the opportunity to gain practical work experience as project management or business analysis professional with digital expertise. In total, the training program could run for approximately 17 weeks.

    After all the training has been completed, candidates will have a sound understanding of Scrum principles and practices in order that you can:

    • Participate actively as a Scrum Team member
    • Function effectively as the Certified Scrum Master for the Scrum Team
    • Deliver a successful Scrum project
    • Explain and sell Agile and the Scrum framework to other key stakeholders
    • Define and use the full range of Agile and Scrum Artifacts (Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Increment, Burndown Charts, etc.)
    • Set-up and facilitate Scrum Meetings (Release Planning, Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and Sprint Retrospective)
    • Understand how to employ Scrum in real world circumstances such as remote Scrum teams with people in different locations, fixed price contracts and third party supplier relationships
    • Help your team or organisation to transition to a more Lean and Agile way of working using Scrum
    • Understand how to combine the use of Scrum with other Lean and Agile approaches such as Kanban, eXtreme Programming (XP) and Agile Project Management (AgilePM)

    • Scrum master
    • Product owner
    • Project Manager
    • Product Manager with relevant experience

    Have questions about our Scrum Master course? Our Admissions team is here to help you determine if this program is right for you and your goals. You can also:

    • Attend a Taster session online.
    • Explore your financing options.
    • Contact us via WhatsApp on +44 (0) 737 567 8933 or send us an email at info@cedar-pro.com
     

    Agile Scrum Master

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  • cedar-pro

    Project Management

    6 weeks
    All levels
    0 lessons
    0 quizzes
    158 students

    This course is designed for the student who seeks hands-on Project Management learning as a practical discipline. This course is will explain how successful projects are initiated, planned, organized, and managed. Students learn about agile and digital project life cycles, in addition to learning the principles, tools and techniques for traditional project delivery. The student also learns how to manage change, project risks, stakeholder expectations, and even more crucially, how to juggle multiple projects at once. These skills benefit any professional task.

    There are two stages to the training, the virtual classroom sessions and the virtual practical work experience part of the training. The virtual classroom sessions hold twice a week: Saturday morning (theory) and Thursday evening (software skills training).

    After the theoretical sessions are complete, students will be placed on a real project as part of a team for 3-4months depending on the project. In total, the training program could run for approximately 18 weeks.

    This particular course is based on hands-on learning. At the end of the program, you would have delivered an end-to-end project yourself.

    There are no prerequisites for the Project Management training course. Whether you have some related previous work experience or you are a new starter, this PM program is for you. We have had delegates with no previous experience enrolled for this program and successfully secured a job once completed.

    This training is also designed to give candidates a working understanding of the practical insights and tools used in both traditional and digital project delivery. Candidates will be given the opportunity to deliver a project from inception to completion (Full life cycle project). The Training will not be a classroom-based type of training; it's more of a discussion-based training where instructors will spend the time with the candidates to help guide them through delivering the projects they have been assigned.

      • Pre-Work - Complete a series of self-paced preparatory tests and lessons before the course to match your strength & talent with your career path and get up to speed on the fundamentals of Project Manager.

        Online Instructor-Led Sessions- Learn by doing with help from an expert. Explore key concepts and tools, and then put them to work through hands-on activities grounded in real-world scenarios. This virtual classroom sessions run for 6 weeks.

        Homework - Apply what you have learned in class to cumulative assignments that build toward the final project.

        Presentations - Share your presentations and receive feedback from your instructional team and classmates.

        Live Project - After the theoretical sessions are complete, students are placed on a real project as part of a team for 3-4months depending on the project. With a strong portfolio of digitally-driven programs and projects, you will have the opportunity to gain practical work experience as a project management professional with digital expertise. In total, the training program could run for approximately 18 weeks.

    Candidates will have relevant skills and experience of managing a team and delivering a project from start to finish.

    Class 1: Project Management

    • What is project management?
    • 6 constraints of project management
    • What is a project?
    • 5 characteristics of a project
    • Project life cycle
    • Components of project management
    • Key focus areas in project management
    • The PMO office
    • Job roles in project management

    Class 2: Project Methodologies and planning

    • What is project planning?
    • Project planning fundamentals
    • Why project planning?
    • Tools for project planning
    • Basic project planning steps
    • Methodologies in Project management
    • Prince 2
    • Iterative
    • Waterfall
    • Scrum (Agile)
    • Project management pitfalls
    • Project management Acronyms
    • Project Management Tools

    Class 3: Introduction to Agile & Scrum

    • Agile & Scrum – Basic Knowledge
    • Scrum – Requirement and Estimation
    • Ceremonies of Scrum
    • Understanding Scrum Board and working on it
    • Metrics & reporting
    • Advance learning on Scrum Key Areas
    • Important Acronyms and its explanation

    Class 4: Understanding Business Analysis

    • Overview of Business Analysis
    • Overview of Requirements
    • Role of the Business Analyst
    • Stakeholders
    • Who are stakeholders? And why do they matter?
    • The most common stakeholders: The project team, management, and the front line
    • Handling Stakeholder Conflicts
    • LifeCycles
    • Systems Development Life Cycles
    • Project Life Cycles
    • Product Life Cycles
    • Requirement Life Cycles
    • Seventh Morning's Requirements Development Life Cycle

    Class 5: Forming Requirements

    • Overview of Requirements
    • Attributes of Good Requirements
    • Types of Requirements
    • Requirement Sources
    • Gathering Requirements from Stakeholders
    • Common Requirements Documents

    Class 6: Transforming Requirements

    • Stakeholder Needs Analysis
    • Decomposition Analysis
    • Additive/Subtractive Analysis
    • Gap Analysis
    • Notations (UML & BPMN)
    • Flowcharts
    • Swim Lane Flowcharts
    • Entity-Relationship Diagrams
    • State-Transition Diagrams
    • Data Flow Diagrams
    • Use Case Modeling
    • Business Process Modeling

    Class 7: Finalizing Requirements

    • Presenting – 10 Tips
    • Presenting Requirements
    • Socializing Requirements and Gaining Acceptance
    • Prioritizing Requirements
    • Change Control
    • Requirements Tools
    • Case Study

    Class 8: CV and Interview workshop

    • Scenario Based Question & Answer
    • Common Project Manager Interview & Answer
    • How to prepare for your interview
    • Group Discussion and Mock Interview
    • CV/Resume Review

     

    Weekly Coaching Sessions

    • Jira Tutorial
    • Trello Tutorial
    • Azure Devops Tutorial
    • Process mapping workshops

    UX Mock-ups (WIREFRAME)

    • Project Manager
    • Agile Project Manager
    • Associate Project Manager
    • IT Project Manager
    • Delivery Manager
    • Digital Project Manager
    • Implementation Manager
    • Stage Manager

    Project Management Assistant

    Have questions about our Project Management course? Our Admissions team is here to help you determine if this program is right for you and your goals. You can also:

    • Attend a Taster session online.
    • Explore your financing options.

    Contact us via WhatsApp on +44 (0) 737 567 8933 or send us an email at info@cedar-pro.com

       

    PROJECT MANAGEMENT

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  • cedar-pro

    Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking

    10 weeks
    All levels
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    Introduction to Ethical Hacking

    Footprinting and Reconnaissance

    Scanning Networks

    Enumeration

    Vulnerability Analysis

    System Hacking

    Malware Threats

    Sniffing

    Social Engineering

    Operators

    Denial-of-service

    Session Hijacking

    Evading Ids, Firewalls and Honeypots

    Hacking Web Servers

    Hacking Web Applications

    Sql injection

    Hacking Wireless Networks

    Hacking Mobile Platforms

    Iot Hacking

    Cloud Computing Cryptography

     

    When the term 'hacker' reaches our ears, fear might arise, but fret not. Not all hackers pose a threat. If you possess an aptitude for identifying security vulnerabilities and potential server risks, you're likely acquainted with the term "Ethical Hacker." This concept involves companies enlisting hackers to uncover potential security threats, subsequently rectifying them to ensure the company's protection and guard against external attackers. Sizeable corporations housing extensive data repositories continually seek out these ethical hackers to bolster their defenses.

     

    Engaging in the Cyber Security course will prove highly advantageous, as it imparts progressive insights into Ethical Hacking, encompassing domains such as corporate intelligence, vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, exploit creation, and reverse engineering.

    This course is tailored for security officers, auditors, security professionals, site administrators, as well as individuals who harbor concerns about network infrastructure integrity and those with a strong passion for hacking.

    Fundamental understanding of networking concepts.

    Familiarity with Linux administration.

    Familiarity with Windows administration.

    1. Gain a comprehensive understanding of core cybersecurity principles, including threat mitigation, risk assessment, and data protection.
    2. Develop the skills to identify, exploit, and resolve security vulnerabilities within diverse network environments, honing your ethical hacking expertise.
    3. Learn how to conduct thorough vulnerability assessments to detect potential weaknesses in systems, applications, and networks, and recommend appropriate safeguards.
    4. Acquire hands-on experience in conducting penetration tests, simulating real-world attacks to assess the resilience of systems and applications against various threats.
    5. Explore the intricacies of exploit creation and reverse engineering, enabling you to dissect and understand malicious code while enhancing your ability to counteract potential threats.

    Develop insights into utilizing corporate intelligence strategies to enhance security measures, ensuring proactive defense mechanisms against emerging cyber threats.

    • Security Analyst
    • Penetration Tester
    • Network Security Engineer
    • Incident Responder
    • Security Consultant
    • Cybersecurity Researcher
    • Threat Intelligence Analyst
    • Security Auditor
    • Information Security Manager

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    🕛 Duration 💼 Work Experience (3 months) 🌏 Location (Online)