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The professional scrum master training will provide beginners with the good understanding of scrum concepts and how to use Scrum in everyday team work. The learning covers Scrum framework, and provides a deep understanding of the core practices and values of Scrum that will help you to effectively respond to complex challenging situations.

Key focus areas will be team collaboration, motivation, conflict resolution, improved planning and estimation, and customer focussed delivery. The course includes the mechanics behind using Scrum at an enterprise level, progressive planning with user stories, designing retrospectives, and Scrum implementation techniques.

This is a 2-day course and offers 16 PDUs. We offer you comprehensive course materials and exam preparation support.

Who should aim for this course?

Scrum team members such as scrum masters, developers and product owners; teams transitioning to Scrum and professionals who would like to pursue Professional Scrum Master certification


On successful completion of the Professional Scrum Master TM course, candidates can apply for the PSM I assessment online conducted by and get certified

  • Passing score: 85%
  • Time limit: 60 minutes
  • Number of questions: 80
  • Multiple choice, multiple answer, and True/False type of questions
  • Fee: $150 per attempt

Course Curriculum

Module 1: Lean and Agile
  • Introduction to Lean and Agile
  • Difference between waterfall model and agile
  • Agile Values, Principles and Manifesto
  • Scrum theory
Module 2: Scrum Roles
  • Scrum Master
  • Development Team
  • Product Owner
Module 3: Scrum Events
  • Sprint and Increment
  • Time-boxing
  • Definition of Done
  • Sprint planning
  • Backlog refinement
  • Daily scrum
  • Sprint review
  • Sprint retrospective
Module 4: Scrum Artefacts
  • Product backlog
  • Sprint backlog
  • User Stories
  • Sprint tasks
  • Sprint Burndown charts
  • Product/Release burndown charts
Module 5: Estimation
  • Story point estimation
  • Estimation techniques
  • Velocity
Module 6: Other Scrum concepts
  • Scrum Tools
  • Scaling Scrum