Product owners have a unique and demanding role on agile teams. A product owner decides what the team will create next in order to deliver more value to the customer. In a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO®) class, you'll learn the framework, principles, and values that make scrum work, plus key skills and tools you need to be effective. You will discover how to juggle multiple stakeholders’ needs, get hands-on practice creating a product vision, and learn new ways to get to know your customers so that you can choose the right next piece of value to bring to market for them.
The first step toward earning a CSPO certification is to take a Certified Scrum Product Owner course with one of our certified trainers. It is a two-day (16-hour) in-person course, or a 14-16-hour live online/virtual course, that will teach you about the scrum framework and how to become a successful product owner. After completing the course, you will have an account created on our website where you will be able to download and print a copy of your CSPO certification. At this time, there is no test requirement to earn the CSPO certification.
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Your CSPO course registration payment includes the following:
- The 14-16-hour CSPO course
- Access to your Scrum Alliance certification account where you can access your CSPO certification
- A complimentary two-year membership with Scrum Alliance®
- Training materials such as workbooks, presentations, and/or online resources as provided by the trainer/coach and Registered Education Provider. For more information about what is included with your course payment, please read the description for the CSPO class you're interested in attending
There are no prerequisite requirements for attending a CSPO course, although we suggest to review the Scrum Guide and our eLearning Series for those who are new to learning Scrum. Instructors may also require students to prepare for the course by reviewing specific learning materials, such as an article or video about Scrum. This requirement will be specified by email upon registering for your CSPO course.