No need to wait. If you already have at least 12 months of work experience as a ScrumMaster (within the past five years), and your role-based work experience has been entered onto your Scrum Alliance dashboard, the work experience requirement for the certification has been met. This means that once you enroll in an A-CSM™ program and complete all coursework, you’ll be eligible to receive your certification. Also, if you have at least 24 months of experience working as a ScrumMaster (also within the past five years), you can progress directly from the A-CSM™ to CSP-SM™ without waiting a year. Visit our website to find Advanced ScrumMaster educational offerings.
Articles in this section
- When do I need to renew my A-CSM™ certification and how do I renew it?
- Does Scrum Alliance® offer an online A-CSM™ educational offering?
- Can I take an A-CSM™ educational offering before I have the required work experience?
- If I have my CSM® and already have 12 months of work experience as a ScrumMaster, do I have to wait a year before taking the Advanced Certified ScrumMaster™ (A-CSM™) educational offering?
- How do I earn the Advanced Certified ScrumMaster™ (A-CSM™) certification?
- What does it mean to have the Advanced ScrumMaster™ (A-CSM™) certification?