Becoming a Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) shows you understand and can apply Scrum values and practices, making you a change agent and servant leader for your Scrum team. Earning CSM certification validates your understanding of Scrum values, practices, and applications, and shows that you have a level of knowledge and expertise above and beyond that of a typical project manager.
In Learning Tree's Course 1813, Certified ScrumMaster®, you acquire the specific skills, behaviors, and the mindset necessary to become a successful Certified ScrumMaster and change agent. Through training, practice sessions, and role-playing activities, you learn how to lead Scrum Teams to Agile maturity, creating customer satisfaction with the continuous delivery of high-value software.
This course can also be applied toward your Certified Scrum Developer® (CSD) certification.
Earn Certified ScrumMaster (CSM):
To earn this certification, you must attend an in-person, 16-hour course — such as Course 1813, Certified ScrumMaster® — and pass the CSM certification exam
To pass the CSM exam, you must correctly answer 24 of the 35 multiple-choice exam questions
Maintain Your Certification:
This certification is valid for two years, and there is currently no continuing education requirement for this certification.
To renew, log into your Scrum Alliance® account and pay the renewal fee.
Great course! I appreciate that the instructor added value to the course by covering all of scrum and not just the scrum master portion, allowing us to have a better understanding and appreciation of the role.
— E. Harvey, Program Manager
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