Corporate Training

You can not buy Agile. It is only possible to be or not to be Agile. Bee Agile Tutoring has developed special training and seminars suitable for both start-ups and large corporations.

PMP® Exam Prep

4 Days 35 Contact Hours / PDUs $1,100.00

This course is designed to help you prepare for PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP®) Exam and gain the most understanding of project management with the least amount of study. Based on our partner’s Rita Mulcahy Learning Solutions training materials, this course is designed to decrease your after-class study time to less than 40 hours.

PMI-ACP® Exam Prep

3 Days 21 Contact Hours / PDUs $800.00

This course is designed to help you prepare for an Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®) Exam. Based on our partner’s Rita Mulcahy Learning Solutions training materials, this course is designed to decrease your after-class study time to less than 40 hours

CAPM® Exam Prep

3 Days 23 Contact Hours / PDUs $800.00

This course is designed to help you prepare for PMI’s Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) Exam and gain the most understanding of project management with the least amount of study. This course, based on our partner’s Rita Mulcahy Learning Solutions training materials, is designed to decrease your after-class study time to less than 40 hours.

Work Breakdown Structure

Duration: 1 Day
PDUs: 6

This course is designed for project managers who are new to this role and for project managers who want to expand their knowledge about creation Work Breakdown Structure. During this course, students will go through the process of preparing a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) for their own, real-world projects. Also, throughout this course, students will learn about the benefits of a WBS in project management.

Project Estimating

Duration: 1 Day
PDUs: 6

This course is designed for project managers who are new to this role and for project managers who want to expand their knowledge about project estimating. During this course students will understand why project estimating mistakes occur, what tools and techniques they can use for estimation and will be able to implement this knowledge on their current projects immediately.

Project Management Tools and Techniques

1 Day 6 Contact Hours / PDUs $300

Knowledge about how to create a project work breakdown structure, implement project tracking techniques, create effective strategies to control the project budget, schedule, and quality is essential for any project manager. During this virtual class you will learn:

  • How to understand PMI® terminology and standards
  • How to construct a project team
  • How to manage your resources.
  • How to define your project scope and Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • How to map critical paths within the project life cycle.
  • How to finalize the project plan.
  • How to tailor tools and techniques to work for you.

Agile Fundamentals

Duration: 2 Days
Contact Hours / PDUs: 12

This course is designed for Agile project team members, product owners, project leaders and those who would like to know more about Agile. Throughout this course students will practice leading Daily Stand Up, Sprint Planning, Sprint Demo and Sprint Retrospective meetings.

Agile Estimating & Planning

Duration: 1 Day
PDUs: 6

This course is designed for Agile project team members, product owners, project leaders and those who would like to know more about Agile. During his course students will learn how to estimate using story points, and how to use estimation techniques such as planning poker and others. Throughout this course students will learn how to plan and schedule an agile project, and how to monitor performance against the plan and will be able to apply what they learn in a series of activities.

Coaching Agile Teams

Duration: 1 Day
PDUs: 6

This course is designed for Agile project team members, product owners, project leaders and those who would like to know more about Agile. During this course students learn about different coaching techniques and apply them with teams at different stages of group development and with various levels of agile skills. Throughout this course students will practice applying the soft skills and learn how to deal with resistance to change.

Agile Estimating and Planning

1 Day 6 Contact Hours / PDUs $300

Creating an estimate that works for stakeholders and developers isn’t easy. During this virtual course you will learn:

  • Why is it so difficult to create estimates that have value for the business and developers?
  • How do we estimate real-world work without having all the details to hand? 
  • How story point estimation can be used even if you don’t have all the information needed
  • Whether you should use story points to estimate in terms of the time or complexity of a task
  • When it is reasonable to break down larger product backlog items and estimate smaller pieces, but at the same time be sure that they are not broken down too much
  • How to choose the right sequence of estimating numbers for your team
  • Why you should create a common baseline but avoid comparing team velocities
  • How to facilitate a successful iteration planning with multiple teams.

Effective Agile Requirements: User Stories

1 Day 6 Contact Hours / PDUs $300

With this training course, you will practice breaking down features into smaller, testable user stories, and learn to better define product requirements through a deeper understanding of users, roles, conditional requirements, and testability. During this virtual course you will learn:

  • What a User Story is and why they are so powerful for capturing requirements in complex projects
  • How to engage your team while writing and developing user stories
  • How to clearly define stories for different user groups without digging in too many details or missing key functionality
  • The INVEST acronym: Independent, Negotiable, Valuable, Estimable, Sized Appropriately and Testable. How to INVEST in good stories?
  • Understand the difference between Epics and Themes and when each is used
  • What to do with things that are not user stories?