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Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) Certification Training

Course Description

Become a product owner who motivates your team and ensures project success with this PSPO certification course. Our training will open new career opportunities for you in multiple industry sectors. The Professional Scrum Product Owner course offers the foundational knowledge needed to work with Scrum.

Course Overview

The PSPO training course is designed to help learners clear both PSPO-1 & PSPO-2 certifications. This course teaches potential product owners how to reduce the cost of their products and systems, and in turn, reap profits for their organization. You’ll also learn about the mechanics of scrum and how the product owner fits into Scrum methodology.

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Course Syllabus


Taking the Professional Scrum Product Owner training course and obtaining the certification can be particularly useful for members of Scrum teams such as developers and product owners, managers of scrum teams, teams transitioning to Scrum, and professionals who want to pursue the Professional ScrumMaster® certification.


There are no prerequisites for taking the PSPO online training.

Skills Covered

Foundation of ScrumCore Scrum methodologies The scope of PSPO


A certification in PSPO will ensure that you have a stable career in Scrum with top organizations. Also, a certified PSPO professional earns an average of $96,372 per annum, which is higher than his/her non-certified counterpart.

Course Learning Objectives:

  1. Increase business agility through the proper execution of the Product Owner role
  2. Recognize the value of a product over project mindset
  3. Learn how to bridge business strategy to product execution using Scrum
  4. Understand that the Product Owner is an Agile Product Manager
  5. Understand the Scrum Principles and Empiricism
  6. Understand the Product Owner accountabilities on the Scrum Team
  7. Learn how to align the team around the business strategy, product vision, Product Goal, and Sprint Goal
  8. Find ways to effectively communicate the business strategy, product vision, and Product Goal
  9. Learn techniques for Product Backlog Management, Release Management, and Forecasting
  10. Identify metrics that can be used to track value creation, and successful product delivery
  11. Discover techniques to interact with stakeholders, customers, and the members of the Scrum Team

This course is for anyone who wants to rapidly improve their career prospects in the booming industry of software development without learning how to code. It is also for anyone that wants to make the most of their Development Team, improve their management skills and create higher-value products for their business.

If you are an entrepreneur with an idea, this course will teach you how to manage a team to turn your vision into a reality ready for the marketplace. After taking this course, you will have a good understanding of the skills necessary for effective leadership in Product Ownership and be well prepared to take both the PSPO 1 Product Owner and PSM 1 Scrum Maser certifications for Product Owner and Scrum Master.

Effective Product Owners have a firm grasp on the value drivers for their product along with a keen sense of how to use Agile and Scrum to maximize that value. Our two-day Professional Scrum Product Owner I (PSPO I) training empowers you with just that. Become a Product Owner who takes real ownership of the product, not just as a scribe, but as an entrepreneur with tactical and strategic directional authority for the product.

Who Should Attend:

  1. This course is appropriate for students in any industry where teams are working to solve complex problems. The Professional Scrum Product Owner course is for:
  2. Professionals interested in starting a career as a Product Owner
  3. Product Owners with some experience in the role that are looking to improve their understanding or fix their misconceptions of Scrum and the Product Owner role
  4. Scrum Masters wishing to be an effective coach to Product Owners will also find valuable insights in this course
  5. People wanting to progress their career in management and product development
  6. Former Project Managers looking to reskill with the Scrum Framework
  7. Entrepreneurs looking to get the most value out of their Development Team and developed products
  8. Anyone interested in Agile or Scrum
  9. Scrum Masters or Developers looking for a side ways move into Product Ownership
  10. Anyone looking obtain a certification in Scrum as a Product Owner
  11. People wanting to take the Professional Product Owner PSPO 1 and Professional Scrum Master PSM 1 certifications

While this course covers an introduction to the Scrum framework, it’s primarily from the perspective of the Product Owner. Therefore, it’s best if the students come to the course with an understanding of the fundamentals of Scrum, ideally as demonstrated by passing the Scrum Open.

What you’ll learn:

  1. Essential skills to become a great Product Owner
  2. About the Scrum Professional Scrum Master PSM 1 certification with preparation for the assesment
  3. All Scrum theory covering the Scrum Team, Scrum Events, Scrum Artifacts, Empiricism and Evidence-based Management
  4. About the Scrum Professional Product Owner PSPO 1 certification with all the preparation necessary to take the assessment
  5. Tried and tested advice on applying the Scrum theory in practice
  6. How to use popular Scrum based software products such as Jira and Trello


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You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.

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