Professional Scrum™ Training
Interactive, activity-based training in Professional Scrum and complementary practices for a variety of learning levels, roles and needs
Training that Fits your Needs
If you are looking for a learning experience that goes beyond a trainer simply presenting to the class, you have come to the right place! Whether you're just getting started with Scrum, need a refresher, are looking for specific training on becoming a Scrum Master or Product Owner or are interested in more advanced topics, there are a variety of Scrum.org training courses for you to explore.
All of our courses embody the principles of Professional Scrum while providing a hands-on, activity-based learning experience. Scrum.org has courses covering topics that range from the Scrum fundamentals and role-based learning to practices beyond the framework that complement Professional Scrum. With globally consistent training, you will receive the same learning experience from our Professional Scrum Trainers no matter where you and your team members are located around the world.
Below you can find a list of all of our available courses. If you are interested in recommended training based on your accountabilities or role, you can go directly to recommended courses for Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Developers and Agile Leaders.
Get an introduction to Professional Scrum and learn how the Scrum framework and an agile mindset enables teams to deliver more value, satisfy stakeholders and work better together. Experience Professional Scrum while working in Scrum Teams over a series of Sprints: learn Scrum while using Scrum.
Learn how to deliver quality software using the Scrum framework while working in Scrum Teams over a series of Sprints by practicing Professional Scrum. Collaborate throughout the class to deliver a realistic software system while applying modern Agile and DevOps practices.
Gain a strong understanding of Professional Scrum, an agile mindset and the role of the Scrum Master. Dive into the accountabilities of the Scrum Master and underlying principles of Scrum while gaining the ability to choose and apply techniques and practices used by successful Scrum Masters.
Get a deeper understanding of the accountabilities of the Scrum Master and continue your professional journey. Explore the challenges that Scrum Masters face, how to handle them by applying the principles and values of Scrum to help support the Scrum Team, and dive deep into how Scrum Masters serve the Scrum Team, Product Owner and the organization.
Explore and learn to apply the accountabilities of the Product Owner and the principles of Professional Scrum. Gain an understanding of the pivotal role the Product Owner plays in bridging strategy and agile product management in order to help the Scrum Team create valuable products.
Dive deeper into the accountabilities of the Product Owner and agile product management. This course focuses on helping experienced Product Owners expand their ability to establish a vision, validate their hypotheses and ultimately deliver more value through gaining entrepreneurial product leadership skills and practices.
In this course designed for managers and leaders of agile teams, gain a practical understanding of how to best support, guide and coach your team(s) to create conditions for greater agility. Understand the role that leaders play and be prepared to take action in creating a successful agile environment.
Executives, managers, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, coaches and consultants experience how to guide teams toward continuously improving customer outcomes, organizational capabilities and business results. Learn how to apply the EBM framework to set clear goals and measures.
Develop a collection of skills that can be applied to overcome challenges when scaling Scrum beyond a single Scrum Team, while learning about and using the Nexus framework. Work together with other students to organize and simulate a scaled product development project.
Develop proficiency in facilitation skills, so that you can help your Scrum Team better solve problems, create a shared understanding and foster transparency. Learn how to become a better facilitator to improve Scrum Team, stakeholder and customer interactions.
In this course designed for experienced Scrum practitioners, learn how to improve the way you are working by applying Kanban practices in the context of Professional Scrum. You will learn the importance of flow and be equipped with practical knowledge to implement Kanban practices to help Scrum Teams enhance how they work.
Experience how Scrum and User Experience (UX) align and integrate to create cross-functional teams that connect more closely with end users and customers, ultimately delivering more value and improving outcomes through combining design and delivery.
This course designed for private delivery to companies combines key learning objectives from both the Professional Scrum Master™ and Professional Scrum Product Owner™ courses. This enables side-by-side learning for Scrum Masters and Product Owners, giving each a deeper appreciation of how they can work together to achieve better outcomes.
Ways to Take a Scrum.org Training Course
Everyone has different needs when it comes to finding a training course, whether you are looking for something introductory, specific to your role or a more advanced topic, we invite you to explore and find a class that fits your professional needs or the needs of your team or organization. Whether you prefer to learn in person, virtually, or in a private setting with others from your organization, there are multiple options for attending Scrum.org training classes. Explore these options and learn the differences.
What Our Students Say
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What Makes Scrum.org Different
Our mission is to help people and teams solve complex problems. The mission drives everything that we do. This comes through in our training courses as well as the other opportunities we have through the many freely available learning resources, to help continue your Scrum education. Learn more about what makes Scrum.org different.
Take a Professional Scrum Class
Search the schedule of upcoming classes to find the perfect one to meets your needs or search our list of Professional Scrum Trainers to schedule a private class for your team or organization.
Professional Scrum Trainers
All Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs) have deep experience in practicing Scrum which they bring to the classroom to share with students. PSTs all go through an extensive process before becoming a PST. They bring their own style and experience to the courses, but use the same materials so that students are learning from the same content regardless of who teaches the course or where it is taught around the world. Find a PST.
Validate your Knowledge
While Scrum.org classes help build your knowledge, our certifications prove what you know. To receive Professional Scrum certification, you need to prove your knowledge, understanding and ability to apply Scrum in the real-world. Tests are decoupled from training to validate people’s understanding whether learned in a Scrum.org class or in other ways. Each Scrum.org training class includes a free attempt at a Scrum.org certification, a score of 85% or better is required to receive the associated certification. Class participants of official Scrum.org courses who attempt the certification test within 14 days of receiving their free password and do not score at least 85% will be granted a 2nd attempt at no additional cost. There are also no renewals required on our certifications. Once you earn it, you keep it!
PMI Course Credit
Students of Scrum.org courses are able to claim Project Management Institute (PMI) PDU credit. Please note that PMI PDUs are earned for course attendance and not for passing a Scrum.org assessment. This support article provides more details.