30th April, 2019 @ 9:00 AM

Agile Product Owner

Date(s) - 30/04/2019
9:00 am - 4:30 pm


Join us for this one day practical workshop to develop your understanding of the key role of Product Ownership.

From Scrum to writing requirements (users stories) or managing your product backlogs, you will learn how to drive value from your products.

What you will learn

To provide students with an understanding of the Product Owner’s role throughout the life of a Scrum project.

To provide practical knowledge of Scrum from a Product Owner’s perspective, including roles, meetings and artefacts.

To prepare students for the role of Product Owner

To give students a working knowledge of the tools and techniques required to write effective user stories and to prioritize and maintain a  product backlog.

How to manage common issues and challenges encountered in Scrum projects.

Who should attend this course?

Our course is aimed towards Product Owners and anyone else accountable for maximising the value delivered by software products and services.

Scrum Masters benefit from this course, as their role often includes coaching Product Owners.

Meet Kathy Berkidge

Join Kathy Berkridge for an interactive and highly practical one-day workshop designed to help you understand the agile mindset and the role of the Product Owner throughout the life of a Scrum project.

Kathy is a qualified and energetic Agile Instructor with an extensive background in Agile, both as a trainer and as a project team participant.

Kathy was really engaging and interesting. She used great examples and had a lot of experience. I’ll definitely be using  more Agile practices in the future.

– Participant, Agile & the Scrum Framework Workshop, 2017

Fast Facts

Instructor Led

124 minties

1 day Workshop in beautiful Adelaide

PMI Accredited Course

Small class sizes

$895 per person + GST


Book today as Agile Product Owner fills up fast.


Kathy Berkidge

Kathy is a qualified and energetic Agile Instructor with an extensive background in Agile both as a trainer and as project team participant

Her professional roles have ranged from business analysis, process improvement and project lead positions, and brings with her practical and relevant workplace knowledge. She is passionate about seeing teams thrive and succeed using agile techniques.

Talk to Kathy about Agile Project management and coaching. She’s also a mindfulness practitioner.