The delivery model for this certification is determined by the approved Path to CSP Educator which means there may be virtual program delivery options. The most common model you’re likely to see is a blended approach to learning. The blended delivery model allows for various implementations to meet the needs of both the student and the educator. The primary purpose of competency-based learning is accumulation, practice, reflection, and validation of relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities. This can be done through face-to-face or online training, partial self-study and assessment, mentoring, coaching, or any combination thereof. Visit our Path to CSP Educator list on our website to find the Educator and offering that is right for you.
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- 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?