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Certified Scrum Master vs Scrum Master Accredited Certification
Last Post 27 Oct 2013 03:09 AM by Prabhu Missier. 2 Replies.
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Michael
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Michael

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11 Oct 2013 05:18 AM
    Hi guys,

    I just been offered to become a "Scrum Master Accredited Certification" and I saw that it's very ease to obtain it.
    First I would have to spend 1 1/2 hours looking at some cartoony videos that explain all the major concepts of Scrum and after that, sign up for a test.

    I got my Certified Scrum Master in the "traditional way" two years ago, having the 2 day training course with Certified Scrum Trainers and passing a Certified Scrum Master test.

    Anybody knows what's the difference between both certifications? A "Scrum Master Accredited Certification" is the "new" Certified Scrum Master certification? Is it an official certification?

    Thank you all for helping me clarifying these concepts.
    Ian Mitchell
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    Ian Mitchell

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    11 Oct 2013 05:29 AM
    Unless the Scrum Master test you end up taking is PSMI or PSMII, then it won't be an official scrum.org one.
    Prabhu Missier
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    Prabhu Missier

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    27 Oct 2013 03:09 AM
    Various organizations offers a Scrum Master certification and a few of them are recognised by the industry. Do your research on the Web and list out the most respected ones.

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