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Master class “Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)”

Robin DymondTrainer: Robin Dymond
Dates: 6-7 October (a two-day class)

Purpose of the course

CSPO logo This is one of the Scrum certification programs offered by the Scrum Alliance. And this is an official Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) course.

How do you go from the product vision to a product backlog? This interactive course teaches you the essential knowledge to work as a Product Owner in Scrum. The Product Owner creates the product vision, sets the product goal and leads the effort to transform the vision into a successful product. The Product Owner steers and guides the Scrum team, bridges the gap between customers, business and development, and is responsible for reaching the product goal and return on investment (ROI).

Through simulations, workshops and exercises, you will learn how you can leverage Scrum to optimize value creation and customer satisfaction. You will learn how to create a product vision, create and manage the product backlog, prioritize the product backlog, create a realistic release plan, and progressively refine requirements. As a Product Owner, your responsibility is to ensure value is delivered early and often.

This course will provide you the knowledge and understanding to support, advocate and implement incremental product delivery. Scrum transforms the way work gets done, and the Product Owner plays a key role in transforming the business to support regular delivery of value to your customers.

Audience. Who should attend?

Professionals interested in Agile prioritizing, planning and estimating techniques, including:

  • Product Owners
  • Product Managers
  • Scrum Masters
  • Business Analysts

Learning Objectives

  • The Scrum framework
  • Creating Product Goals
  • Case study and simulation
  • Writing User Stories
  • Estimation and planning
  • Paper Prototyping and User Interaction
  • Prioritization Techniques
  • Organization & Delivery Models
  • Getting to Done
  • And other oroject-proven practices.

Certification duration

Two years. Individuals who earned their certification prior to 1 April 2009 must recertify by 1 April 2011 to maintain their certification.

The rates for the class:


  • two days class attendance for one person
  • testing and certification
  • meals

Does not include:

  • main conference program (October/8-9)

If you’re a conference attendee

  • your rate is $1100;

If you’re not a conference attendee:

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