Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO) certification is offered by Scrum Alliance to practitioners who have successfully completed a 2-Day CSPO classroom training and demonstrate their understanding through the course. Certified Scrum Product Owner® professionals have been taught the Scrum terminology, practices, and principles that enable them to fulfill the role of Product Owner on a Scrum team. CSPOs are typically the individuals who are closest to the "business side" of the project. They are charged by the organization to "get the product out" and are expected to do the best possible job of satisfying all the stakeholders. CSPOs maintain the product backlog and ensure that everyone knows the priorities. Taking the CSPO course is the first step on your path of becoming more Agile.
Encertify's CSPO training program includes a 2-Day classroom training. It is the ideal course package for every aspiring professional who wants to make a career in Agile Project Management. This course is focused on providing an improved understanding of Scrum methodologies and their implementation.
By earning a Certified Scrum Product Owner® certification you:
- Learn the foundation of Scrum and the scope of the Certified Scrum Product Owner’s role from the best minds in Scrum.
- Demonstrate to employers and peers your attainment of core Scrum knowledge.
- Expand your career opportunities by staying relevant and marketable across all industry sectors adopting Agile practices.
- Engage with a community of recognized Scrum experts who are committed to continuous improvement.
As a CSPO, you will be able to fulfill the role of Product Owner on a Scrum team. You will also have access to a 2-year membership with Scrum Alliance. Through this membership you can join local user groups, online social networks, gain access to deep discounts on gatherings, and additional member-only resources.
This class is applicable and recommended to all levels and roles including Managers, Stakeholders, Project Sponsors, Product Owners, Subject Matter Experts, Business Analysts, Functional Analysts, Technical Analysts, IT Professionals, or any role attempting to implement Scrum correctly.