Acquiring SEUs for CSP – and Agile Workshop Facilitation
13 Apr 2017
Many of our past students express an interest in the Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) qualification, and so recently we sent an email to them all providing further information about requirements – some useful reference information in order to help them acquire those illusive 70 Scrum Education Units (SEUs) and support their CSP application. A copy of the email is shared below. We will follow up this first email, in a series, with supplementary emails with additional advice so do get in touch if you would like to be added to the mailing list (email@example.com). We would also like to recommend one of our upcoming courses which is eligible for Category B SEUs. Our Agile Workshop Facilitation course, taking place on 25-26 April, is one of two Scrum Alliance-approved Advanced Agile courses (the other being the Agile Analysis and Story Writing course) and, our April course coming up will be the last taught by our wonderfully experienced Agile trainer, coach and facilitator, Julia Godwin. We’ve worked with Julia for over 20 years now and she is a passionate Agilist with a wealth of experience. She will be retiring this year and so her course later this month will be her last […]
Working as an Associate with agil8, Dr. Sallyann Freudenberg is an agile coach and mentor who can work effectively with both experienced agile teams and those new to an agile approach. Her 20-year IT career has covered roles in development, design, analysis, UI and Project Management on projects as diverse as industrial real-time process control systems and banking CRM. During the past 9 years Sallyann has been focused entirely in the agile world, providing a blend of training, mentoring and coaching across Europe that focuses on creating successful and sustainable agile organisations.
Sallyann provides a variety of standardised and tailored training sessions, including Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) alongside ‘on the ground’ agile coaching and mentoring. She is particularly focused on collaboration and agile as a ‘cultural change’ and as such often assists with strategic change management. Her facilitation skills are particularly honed and as such she is often called upon to facilitate difficult meetings. She is passionate about maximising the learning outcomes from any situation.
Sal also holds a PhD in Collaborative Software Development for which she spent 3 years observing and analyzing experienced, commercial agile teams. She is a Certified Scrum Trainer. She delivers highly participative and engaging workshops at conferences worldwide, including the Agile and XP conferences as well as Scrum Gatherings.
Outside of work, Sallyann enjoys running and kickboxing. She is the mother of three young boys, which allows her to indulge her love of Lego but somewhat curtails her love of scuba diving. A one-time PADI instructor, she has logged several hundred dives in many of the world’s top sites. At the moment she is eagerly awaiting her eldest son’s eighth birthday, so that he can learn to dive and give her an excuse to do so with more regularity.
Sal loves to travel. Most recently she took advantage of extended maternity leave to take her family on a six-month trip of Thailand, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.