Scrum.org provides tools you can use to examine and enhance your knowledge of Scrum. The primary aim of these assessments is to provide information about an individual's or a group's level of knowledge and to thereby enable improvement.
Scrum.org assessments are grounded in the Scrum Body of Knowledge, the Scrum Guide™, which is written and maintained by Scrum's founders, Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland. The Scrum Guide is published by and freely available at Scrum.org.
Each of Scrum.org's assessments is developed by Scrum thought leaders with formal input from a wide range of industry experts, and then enhanced with input from the larger Scrum community. They are then monitored on an ongoing basis to ensure their continued integrity and relevance.
Professional Scrum certification is highly recognized in the industry as the only Scrum certification based on testing of knowledge and understanding and therefore are significantly more valuable than available alternatives for Scrum. Scrum.org certification does not require retesting nor does it require future payments to retain certification status.
We strive to ensure that they remain valuable and relevant through frequent inspection and adaptation of the assessment content.
Below, you can learn more about the five families of Scrum.org assessments available or download the data sheet for more information.