Become a Scrum Master Certified Professional

In this course, you will learn all about becoming a Scrum Master and be prepared to pass the PSM I (Professional Scrum Master I) exam

The PSM I certification is part of the SCRUM.ORG qualification program and demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Scrum and their ability to apply it in real-world situations.

Key Features


More than 9 hours of video content


Instructor certified Scrum Master (PSM, CSM, ASM)


4 hours of practical assignments and exercises


02 full exam simulation with commented answers


60 questions with commented answers


Coaching session and working groups for Q&A

What this course is about?


PSM I is recognized by the  industry as a certification that demonstrates a fundamental level of Scrum mastery. As a PSM I certification holder, you have proven that you understand Scrum as described in the Scrum Guide and how to apply Scrum in Scrum Teams. PSM I holders have a consistent terminology and approach to Scrum.

At the end of this course, students will be prepared to take the Professional Scrum Master I Certification exam from

Who is it for?


The Agile way of thinking is best known in the field of software development, but the principles are
increasingly being applied in other types of projects.

Scrum is the most used Agile methodology and is suitable for all professionals looking to keep their
knowledge up to date with the latest developments in the fields of IT and Project Management,
particularly those leading or participating in projects.

In particular, the certification is suitable for professionals working in an Agile context and who have
the ambition to facilitate a Scrum team by assuming the role of a Scrum Master.

What will you learn?

1. Introduction

2. Agile way of thinking

     2.1. What means being Agile ?

     2.2.  The Agile Manifesto

     2.3.  Agile values and principles

     2.4.  Predictive vs Adaptive

     2.5.  Incremental delivery

     2.6.  Agile approach to projects

     2.7.  Why adopt Agile ?

     2.8.  Lean Management

3. Overview of the Scrum Framework

     3.1. What is Scrum?

     3.2. Scrum values

     3.3. Benefits of using Scrum

     3.2. Overview of the Scrum Framework

     3.2. Suitable workspace

4. Scrum roles

     4.1. The scrum master

     4.2. The product owner

     4.3. Developers

     4.4. What about the project manager ?

     4.5. Limits of a Scrum team

     4.6. Starting with your new Scrum team

5. More about the Scrum Master role

     5.1. Selecting the Scrum Master

     5.2. Scrum Mater : serving the Product Owner

     5.3. Scrum Mater : serving the Organization

     5.4. Scrum Mater : serving the Team

     5.5. Coaching and training Scrum teams

     5.6. Problem solving

     5.7. Dealing with resistance

6. Scrum events

      6.1. Sprint

      6.2. Sprint planning

      6.3. Sprint review

      6.4. Sprint retrospective

      6.5. Daily meetings

      6.6. Agile testing

7. Estimating in Scrum

      7.1. Story point

      7.2. Velocity

      7.3. Ideal time

      7.4. Planning poker

      7.5. Triangulation and affinity estimation

      7.6. Product roadmap

      7.7. Release planning

      7.8. Financial analysis

8. Measuring the project progress

      8.1. Project progress measurements

      8.2. Communication

      8.3. Information radiator

      8.4. Scrum task board

      8.5. Burn-down and burn-up chart

      8.6. Parking lot chart    

9. Adopting Scrum

      9.1. Continuous improvement

      9.2. ADAPTing to Scrum

      9.3. Enterprise Transition Community (ETC)

      9.4. Improvement communities (IC)

      9.5. Strategies for adopting Scrum

      9.6. Selecting the pilot project

10. Scaling Scrum

      10.1. Scaling Scrum projects

      10.2. The product backlog in a scaled environment

      10.3. Spreading Scrum teams)

      10.4. Scrum of scrum (roles, events and artifacts)

      10.5. LeSS – Large Scaled Scrum

      10.6. SAFe 

11. Hybrid models with scrum

      11.1. Scrum and Lean

      11.2. Scrum and Waterfall

      11.3. Scrum and ITIL

      11.4. Scrum and DevOps

      11.5. Other Agile frameworks (XP, Crystal, FDD, DSDM)

      11.6. Kanban and Scrumban


There are no prerequisites for this course.

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There are no prerequisites for this course.



⇒ Exam fee : US$ 150 per attempt (not included in this course)

⇒ Passing score : 85%

⇒ Time limit : 60 minutes

⇒ Number of questions : 80

⇒ Format : multiple choice, multiple answer, true/false

⇒ Lifetime certication : no annual renewal fee required


There's any practice test?

Yes, there are 02 practice tests with 40 questions each.

What certification will I receive after completing the training?

Upon successful completion of the training you will receive all instructions on registering for the PSM I exam.

What equipments I need to access the training?
Minimum OS:

•    Mac OS X with Mac OS 10.10 and higher

•    Windows 7 and higher

Mac OS, Windows OS or Chrome OS computer with:

•    2.5 GHz Dual Core Intel Core i5 and higher desktop CPU

Internet speed: Preferably 512 Kbps or higher

Headset, speakers and microphone

Who is the instructor?
Rogerio Manso is a project manager with more than 20 years of experience.

He has a Master in Project Management by École Superieur de Gestion au Quebec.

He is certified Scrum Master, Project Management Professional. He is teaching project management for more than 15 years.

How to get refund if I may not be able to attend the class?

Any request received one week prior to the class will get the refund (which will include course fee, exam fee and taxes) minus processing fee (10%). After this period no refund will be issued on any request.



CAD $800

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