Certified Scrum Product Owner Training (CSPO)
Certified Scrum Product Owner Training (CSPO®)
This two-day Certified Scrum Product Owner Training is delivered by Scrum Alliance Certified Trainers (CSTs) who will provide you with a deeper understanding of the three overarching areas of change under Scrum: Iterative Development, Self-Management, and Visibility required for greater project success as a Scrum Product Owner. You will also gain comprehensive understanding of the Scrum Methodology alongside reviewing the conduct expected of a Product Owner, which is critical to carrying out your role in the most efficient manner.
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From the course you will learn to:
Boost Product Owner capabilities
Optimize Agile teams as well as interaction with stakeholders and customers
Increase Scrum functionality
Realistic planning and scheduling
Gain practical, proven techniques
Improve estimating skills and results
Maximize delivery capabilities
Leverage proven experience
Training by experienced Scrum Alliance Certified Instructors (CSTs)
14–16 PDUs , and correspondingly 14–16 SEUs (Varies according to the CST)
Scrum Alliance Certification
2 years Membership with Scrum Alliance
Scrum Alliance approved courseware
Hands-on Activities, Group Discussions, Real-life examples
Refunds will be issued for cancellations greater than 7 days from the start of the course. For cancellations 7 days or less from the start of the course, no refunds will be issued or changes allowed.
All classes are NOT guaranteed to make. Classes can be cancelled due to low enrollment or any unforeseen reason. AgilityIQ is not responsible for any kind of personal expense reimbursements due to cancelled classes. It is recommended that you contact us for course status before booking any travel or lodging accommodations. In the event a class is cancelled, all ticket holders are entitled to a full refund for their ticket purchase.
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