Scrum Alliance has adopted the Scrum Guide k as the
guiding curriculum for this offering.
Scrum Foundations (Certificate)
Summary of the class
CSM and CSPO candidates are expected to build a body of knowledge of the Scrum framework, including its roles, events, and artifacts. Incorporating Scrum principles and
practices takes diligence, patience, and a commitment to continuous improvement. Scrum is a framework, not a prescriptive methodology.
Who will benefit?
The Scrum Foundations course is for EVERYONE. It is equally valuable for beginners, those working in non-software Scrum and Agile roles, and for managers/executives who interact with Scrum teams and who want to learn the language and the framework.
The Scrum Roles
What you'll learn?
Describe how Scrum is aligned with the values and principles of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development.
Illustrate how the Scrum Roles interact with each other to deliver the increment within a Sprint.
Explain at least three benefits of timeboxing.
list the three artifacts within Scrum and define the purpose of each.
What you'll get?
When students are uploaded they will receive a digital Scrum Foundations badge from BadgeCert and they will receive a certificate of completion from Scrum Alliance. Since this is a certificate and not a certification, that means this certificate will never expire and they will not need to renew. Scrum Foundations students will also be able to log in, have access to Gathering code links, and be able to get involved as a volunteer.
Attend a live online or in person course coached by a Scrum Alliance-approved Scrum Foundations educator that is a CTC or CEC
Have at least four hours of face-to-face interaction with the course educator
After successfully completing the course, the student has the option to take the assessment to demonstrate their newfound knowledge of Scrum and agile