Scrum Master Certified (SMC™) professionals are facilitators who ensure that the Scrum Team is provided with an environment conducive to completing the project successfully. The Scrum Master guides, facilitates, and teaches Scrum practices to everyone involved in the project; clears impediments for the team; and ensures that Scrum processes are being followed. Successful candidates will be awarded the Scrum Master Certified (SMC™) certification by SCRUM study after passing the certification exam.
This certification is appropriate for anyone who is interested in working as a Scrum Master.
There is no formal prerequisite for this certification.
Certification Maintenance Requirements
- Take SMC® Recertification exam every 3 years or earn any SCRUMstudy™ Certification
- Multiple Choice
- 100 questions per exam
- One mark awarded for every right answer
- No negative marks for wrong answers
- 120 minutes duration
- Proctored online exam
- Includes course material and certification exam
- For group and corporate rates, call 410-707-4442 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The course is delivered by certified instructors who incorporate real-world experience into their lessons, ensuring that you receive the training you need to succeed both in the classroom and on the job
- High quality hands-on training using role-plays and case-studies
- Gain a high degree of proficiency in executing Scrum
- Course fee includes certification exam fee.
- Free 16 PMI® approved PDUs with the Scrum Master Certification classroom course.
- Free Lifetime Primary Membership & 1-year Advanced Membership.
- 10 additional PMI® PDUs with complimentary ‘Introduction to Scrum’ course.
- Complimentary copy of the SBOK™Guide.
- Get more job opportunities in IT as well as non-IT organizations with a good pay.
- Agile and Scrum Overview
- Agile Overview
- Agile Manifesto
- Agile Principles
- Agile Methods
- Scrum Overview
- Scrum Advantages
- Scrum Roles
- Core Roles
- Non-core Roles
- Product Owner
- Scrum Master
- Scrum Team
- Scrum Project Phases
- Plan and Estimate
- Review and Retrospect
- Inputs, Tools, and Outputs for each process in
- each phase
- Scaling Scrum
- Scalability of Scrum
- Scrum in Programs and Portfolios
- Scrum of Scrums (SoS) Meeting
- Transition to Scrum
- Mapping Traditional Roles to Scrum
- Maintaining Stakeholder Involvement
- Importance of Executive Support