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PSPO course in India

Last post 03:23 pm May 5, 2015 by Simon Reindl
9 replies
03:17 am September 7, 2013


I have recently been transitioned to PO role from the scrum master and is looking for a PSPO course in India. Do you guys have any plan of doing so in near future? Also for appearing in the PSPO I exam, is it mandatory to attend a PO class?


05:05 am September 8, 2013

Yes, the course seems to be the only route for PSPO I. courses in India are rare. We need more PST's to come over and cover more cities more frequently. What we currently have cannot even be termed as a start.


09:13 am September 8, 2013

Yep, I agree on the PST's

I am still looking for any alternative way to apply for PSPO 1 exam, anyone has any idea?


04:31 am February 2, 2014

This is what I have recently heard -

At this time, only students who have taken a PSPO course with a Professional Scrum Trainer (as certified by is allowed access to take our PSPO I and PSPO II assessments. Please note however, that although this is our current policy, that within the next 6 months or less we will be changing this policy and detaching these assessments from our course. This means, in 6 months or less, you will be able to purchase an attempt at the PSPO I assessment from our website whether or not you have attended a PSPO course. For the time being however, an individual still needs to take a PSPO course in order to gain access to our assessment.


06:04 am February 21, 2014

Thanks Bhuvan for the update


02:52 am December 2, 2014

I am also planning to take up PSPO 1 assessment, I have completed PSM 1 assessment & passed.
Please let me know any of the following if you know.
1. training in India for PSPO
2. Any material covering all subjects of PSPO
3. Any other tips for PSPO 1


04:37 am March 4, 2015

There is a 2 day training on the 12 &13 of March in Bangalore.

Follow details to register:

10:49 am May 4, 2015

Thanks Robin, I will try that.

03:23 pm May 5, 2015

you can do the assessment without the course.
Preparation has been discussed in this thread:


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