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Length: 2 Days
Led by expert, experienced Certified Scrum Trainer® (CST)
Average Class Size: 20 Students
Artisan Approach: We show you how to provide a level of knowledge and expertise above and beyond that of typical project managers. Our course includes:
Attendees: We're looking for serious leaders and Certified ScrumMaster with one or more years of work experience in that role. The classroom portion of the A-CSM follows one month of self-study using our Artisan Online Academy. You should enroll four to six weeks before the classroom course in order to complete the self-study portion of the program.
Maintain Your Scrum Alliance® Certification ??
To maintain your certification, you are required to earn Scrum Education Units® (SEUs). SEUs are credits earned by completing an educational training or learning opportunity. It’s easy to do and will help you stay relevant (and competitive) in the market. Learn more at scrumalliance.org/get-certified/scrum-education-units
WAIT! Before you dive into this intense course, you first need to complete our four-week self study at:
The A-CSM is not for everyone because it takes diligence and patience.
However, when students leave our course, their understanding of leadership and the power they posses is forever changed.
Advanced Means Advanced: If you’ve been a ScrumMaster for at least nine or ten months, you’ve got the Scrum events working perfectly, your development team has gone through a few problems which you’ve worked your way through. They’ve even gotten a little better at what they do (in other words, their effectiveness has increased). Learn how Jim Schiel’s 'next steps' apply lean concepts to your team and ramp up their ability to get stuff done!
DISCLAIMER: All of the items above CAN be difficult to do, BUT each one of them will create better performance on your team.