If your organisation needs to train its staff, an in-house course is usually more cost-effective. We can deliver any of our public courses on your site at very competitive daily rates.
We can combine training with consultancy and examine how you can improve your business analysis and agile practices. We can use examples from your recent projects to illustrate to your staff potential improvements. Training sessions have sometimes become workshops geared towards improving the business analysis, requirements specification, and software development processes.
Metadata Training was one of the first companies to deliver BCS accredited business analysis courses in the UK and we’ve successfully done this for 25+ years. We are also working with some of the best trainers in the industry to deliver agile, project management and enterprise architecture courses.
Contact us today to arrange a meeting to discuss your needs so that we can adapt your training to your business and development environments. We like to talk to you extensively beforehand to ensure that the course is really what you require and identify any additional components that may be useful.
Metadata Training materials are very highly regarded, particularly the case studies which have been formulated from a combination of extensive real-world experience and academic rigour.
We have delivered full programs leading to recognised qualifications over several months, arranging training days and examination times at your convenience.
We work with you to deliver training that helps your staff develop the right skills so they can perform to the required standards.
ITV workplace technology approached Metadata because we wanted to train 16 staff in agile approaches using public courses such as Scrum Master and Scrum Product Owner. Some of our team were new to agile and others had considerable experience.
After Metadata Training consulted with ITV on their training needs, we collaborated to build a bespoke 3-day course that covered the basics of agile, product owner and scrum master. The first day covered the agile manifesto and general agile principles, the second day focused on product ownership and product vision, and the third on the work of the team from a scrum perspective with some Kanban. The sessions were very interactive with considerable discussion and practical workshop exercises facilitated by a highly knowledgeable, experienced agile practitioner.
From the feedback we got, the delegates felt they now had a shared understanding of agile and how it should work. The training gave everyone ideas and insights into how to apply agile to their projects. All liked the varied methods, interactions and fun activities that brought theory to life. From a financial perspective, the 3-day bespoke courses were delivered at less than half the cost of sending people on individual Scrum courses. It gave ITV the bonus of identifying ways of improving their agile approach and discussing specific team situations.