As this course would normally be in-person, we have revised the agenda and exercises to teach this course virtually given the current circumstances around COVID-19.
This course is aimed at those likely to be undertaking that role on a Scrum project, or those looking to improve their skill as a practising Product Owner.
This course is popular for clients who need closer collaboration between the customer and the delivery team, in order to focus on priority work and sustain high quality solutions.
Delegates will benefit from a balanced blend of theory and practical exercises which promote the importance of the Product Owner role in the Scrum team.
We are also including a FREE 60-minute coaching session with our course instructor and Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Paul Goddard after the course completes.
The course will be delivered by LIVE video feed and will involve a mix of theory and exercise-based learning. We utilise just two simple (and free) online collaboration tools which you can access during the course.
From our experiences of running online training, we have developed and iterated on a training style to manage both your energy level and attention span! By using self-led exercises and breakout room functionality we aim to ensure you get the most of your online training experience.
The course will be a mix of theory delivered by slides and exercise-based learning. Although each course we deliver is slightly different and tailored to our delegates needs and circumstances, the core agenda of the Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) class set out by the Scrum Alliance must include the following:
- What is Scrum?
- Product Backlogs
- Release Planning
- Product Visioning
- User Stories
- Prioritisation Techniques
- Estimation Theory
- The Product Owner Role
- Reporting & Release Management
Product Managers, project managers, account managers, sales teams, programme managers, client representatives etc. As this course focusses on the Product Owner role, those with direct customer engagement and budget responsibilities will gain most from this course.
A basic grasp of agile principles may help, but is not essential for this course.
Attending the online version of this course is simple, you just need access laptop/PC with a stable internet connection, audio/video and microphone capabilities.
We will send you a digital version of the course notes which you can print off if you like, but this is not mandatory.
Full details of the tools we use during the course (only with setup instructions) will be sent with your joining instructions shortly before the course date.
Due to the current social distancing constraints imposed, this course has been permitted to run ONLINE. The course is still two days in duration and is based on a start time of 9am UK time.
What do I need to attend an online CSPO class?
Attending our online CSPO class is simple, you just need a stable internet connection with audio and video support. You to find out more click the PRE-REQUISITES tab.
What is a CSPO?
This course is endorsed by the Scrum Alliance, Inc (www.scrumalliance.org) and on completion entitles the delegate to claim a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) license, valid for two years.
Is there an exam?
No. The CSPO accreditation is achieved by attending this two-day course and participating fully in the exercises and class discussions.
Is my booking refundable/transferrable?
Yes. We will issue a full refund if you cancel your booking 30 days before the course starts. However, cancellation (or no-show at the event) after this time you will result in you being charged the full amount due.
At our discretion, we may transfer your booking to another scheduled course date, providing payment has been received.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Get in touch with us directly if you have any more specific questions, and one of the team will be happy to help.
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Paul is the founder of Agilify, has been an active Certified Scrum Trainer since 2006, and also became only the fourth UK-based Certified Scrum Coach in 2011.