CSPO Certification Training Overview
You have shown your commitment to Agile by gaining the CSPO certification. But how will you distinguish yourself from other CSPOs? How will you ensure that your resume reflects your skillset, diligence, and commitment to continuous improvement? You can gain the Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner® (A-CSPO®) credential. With this credential, you will demonstrate to your peers and employers that you have advanced knowledge and skills on all things Scrum and can guide your Scrum team to success.
The Edu+ brings you a course that will help you understand all the learning objectives of the course and gain the certification. You will gain the practical expertise and enhanced skills to implement Agile in the workplace through interaction, facilitation, coaching, and team dynamics. A-CSPO is a designation offered by Scrum Alliance to professionals who attend the A-CSPO training and demonstrate the understanding of the concepts to the trainer. The Edu+ is a Registered Education Ally of Scrum Alliance.
- 16 Hours Live Instructor-Led Sessions
- Earn 16 PDUs and 16 SEUs
- Real-World Simulations, Activities
- Six Months Post-Class Career Guidance
- Free 2-year Scrum Alliance Membership
- Scrum Alliance Certified Training
Learning Objectives:Illustrate why Product Ownership is important for you and learn at least three techniques to interact with stakeholders over multiple Sprints. Learn why the Product Owner should be cautious about accumulating technical debt. Identify at least two techniques for visualizing, managing, or reducing dependencies.
- Examining the Product Owner Role
- Working with Stakeholders
- Working with the Development Team
- Product Ownership with Multiple Teams
Learning Objectives:Learn with a real-world example how product strategy is operationalized evolved over time in an Agile Organization. Create a product plan and practice at least one technique to visualize and communicate product strategy.
- Developing Practical Product Strategies
- Advanced Product Planning and Forecasting
Learning Objectives:Learn the technique used to connect teams directly to customers and users and practice at least two techniques of product discovery.
- Customer Research
- Product Discovery
Learning Objectives:Learn how to compare at least two approaches to validating assumptions and experiment with at least one approach to incorporate validating assumptions into the Scrum framework. Develop at least two hypotheses for a target customer and create a plan to test at least one hypothesis.
- Effective Business Value Delivery
- Sprint Review
- Validate Assumptions
- Target Customer Hypothesis
Learning Objectives:Learn how to apply at least two techniques to organize and filter a Product Backlog to link to product goals or strategy and illustrate how the Product Owner can ensure that enough Product Backlog items are “ready” for the upcoming sprint.
- Differentiating Outcome and Output
- Defining Value
- Ordering Items
- Advanced Product Backlog Refinement