Where to begin?
You may already have a certification in mind, or be ideally placed for a particular Scrum role. You might just be curious about Agile and Scrum and beginning your research. Either way, we’ve got you covered.
You can read a brief synopsis of each course we offer below or download any of our PDF brochures.
Good to Know: Free Content
No matter where you’re starting from, it’s good to know that whichever of our online Agile and Scrum options you choose, you’ll gain an introductory training free of charge.
When you purchase any of our online Scrum or Agile courses (listed below), you’ll gain complimentary access to Scrum Fundamentals Certified (SFCTM). This is an online introduction to Scrum with 10+ hours of online learning content.
It’s the perfect starting point for anyone interested in learning more about responsive project management.
Which course is right for you?
Here’s a quick look at our online Agile and Scrum courses:
Right For You If: You want to be a Certified Scrum Master
This is our most popular certification, most likely because Scrum Master is the best-known role within a Scrum Team.
Our Scrum Master Certified (SMCTM) Course is designed to equip you with a confident knowledge and understanding of the role of Scrum Master. You’ll also be able to achieve an international Scrum Master Certification (included).
For You If: You want to be a certified Scrum Product Owner
Scrum Product Owner is a role that has a parallel in conventional project management approaches. This online course will teach you how to translate the role of “product owner” into a Scrum environment or mindset.
You don’t need any previous experience as a product owner for this training. It’s suitable for anyone with an interest in learning this skill-set.
For You If: You want to gain a strong understanding of Agile
If you’re interested in a broader knowledge of Agile frameworks, rather than simply focusing on Scrum, our Agile Master Certified Course is the right option for you.
You’ll cover the origins and definition of Agile, domains of Agile practices, and learn about the different frameworks (methodologies) used to implement Agile. These include Scrum, KanBan, and Extreme Programming (XP).
For You If: You want to work as part of a Scrum team
We recommend Scrum Developer Certified for anyone who is a project team member in a Scrum environment. “Scrum developer” is a term that refers to anyone who works on the project (aside from the Scrum Master or Scrum Product Owner).
This is a great place to begin if you want to get a feel for Scrum and how it works.
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Get Advice from our Expert Scrum & Agile Consultants
Talk to us if you’re not sure where to begin. You can call us at Freephone 1800 910 810, or click below to ask “Which Course for Me?”. Talk to our training consultants – who are trained and certified Scrum Masters - about your options. They can advise on the right next step for your career.
Read More About Scrum & Agile
If you’d like to get more of a handle on the origins and structures of both Scrum and Agile, we suggest taking a few minutes to read these 7 popular introductory articles: