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Introducing the Professional Trainer Network

November 15, 2016


Since 2009 Professional Scrum Trainers have helped over 60,000 people in their journey to Scrum mastery through training. They have worked with thousands of organizations delivering a consistent training experience and many of those organizations have made professional Scrum part of their agile curriculum, taking advantage of assessments and certification to drive validated learning. Validated learning with assessments is one of the three pillars for  The three pillars are:


  1. Professional Scrum Trainers - A community of Scrum professionals that are of the highest technical skill, great teachers / coaches and who live the Scrum values every day.

  2. Assessments - A 3rd party assessment and certification approach that is credible in testing a student’s knowledge of Scrum.

  3. Training - Training materials that are both up to date, and consistently delivered by licensed, professional trainers who are experienced in Scrum and software delivery.


These pillars are fundamentals to our mission of improving the profession of software delivery with a focus on a professional community, 3rd party validation of skills/knowledge and consistent education. relationships from day one have always been with professional Scrum practitioners as they embark on their journey to mastery. But what about organizations that these professionals learn from as part of their education? The training company ecosystem has largely been scattered throughout history, teaching Scrum inconsistently.

Today I would like to announce the Professional Trainer Network (PTN). This program provides a platform for organizations, that are delivering professional Scrum training to directly connect with and its professional Scrum community. The program ensures not only that you are getting your training from highly capable Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs), but also, PTN members who are following a code of conduct inspired by the Scrum Values and support the mission of improving the profession of software delivery. Members of the program can be found on the website which provides a way for anyone looking for training to find them.

Why is PTN important:



  • For people looking to learn Scrum – By attending a Professional Scrum class provided by a PTN Member, you are assured of a high quality, consistent educational experience. You will have a Professional Scrum Trainer teaching you and be working with an organization that supports the Scrum Values.

  • For training organizations – Being part of the Professional Training Network connects you to a broad Scrum community, and provides your clients with the confidence that you demonstrate your support for the Scrum Values and the mission of of improving the profession of software delivery.


PTN members are a key part of our broad education and development ecosystem, and today’s announcement provides a clear connection between training partners we trust and our community.









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