Exclamation mark intended. It fully met my expectations. I can say it was one of the best courses I ever took.
The course was divided into two parts, one per day. The first one I could describe an introduction to Scrum itself. It could be a bit boring for people already familiar with the framework but yet attractive for everyone. Even if general ideas were well know for somebody it was a good occasion to repeat, collect and formalize them. To keep attention the instructor, Mitch Lacey, interlaced theory with very interesting real life stories, both successes and failures and exercises. These spin offs and breaks made the course more dynamic and valuable since attendees could feel when scrum works (or when doesn’t) and we were not bored by continuous theoretical speech.