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During the course you will learn about:
You can attend without any prior knowledge or experience of Scrum. You will however get much more out of it if you make sure to do the below:
Flipped learning courses require a greater commitment of time and engagement throughout the duration of the course as it involves doing work between sessions, including:
The benefits of this increased committment include:
The course runs on Wednesday evenings 5 PM – 9 PM BST (British Summer Time).
The Professional Product Owner (PSPO) course is the definitive course to set you up as an effective Product Owner. It is designed with the aspiring professional in mind, and is suitable for both the beginner and expert practitioner.
If you are want to learn more about what it means to be a Product Owner in Scrum, this is the course for you. You will learn about why we use Scrum, the Scrum framework, how to navigate complexity using empiricism, and what it means for a Product Owner to be accountable for maximizing value.
The course is taught from the point of view of a Product Owner, and you will learn how to use agile product management to effectively increase the business agility of your organization.
You will leave the course with an understanding of Scrum and how you fit in to it, the importance of value-driven development, and an appreciation for what it means to truly be a Professional Product Owner.
Anyone looking to solve complex problems, regardless of industry, will benefit from attending. The Professional Scrum Product Owner Flipped Learning course is designed with:
Flipped Learning is especially beneficial to those who:
The course is delivered either virtually via Zoom as well as using self-study in your own time, over the course of five weeks with four classroom sessions.
The self-study occurs in your own time between sessions and you then get together in a classroom, once a week, to engage in a mix of collaborative exercises, liberating structures, and group discussions – as facilitated by your trainer.
Whilst I do follow a curriculum, the exact delivery differs from course to course to ensure the experience meets your needs and sets you up for success!
The basic structure looks like this:
Before course start [26th July]:
Week 1 [2nd August]:
Week 2 [9th August]:
Week 3 [16th August]:
Week 4 [23rd August]:
The Professional Product Owner (PSPO) course is associated with two globally recognized credentials, the PSPO I and PSPO II. Attending the course comes with a free attempt of the PSPO I assessment, and a discount for the PSPO II assessment.
These credentials, in the form of Credly certifications, are recognized in the industry as demonstrating a good understanding of Scrum, and Scrum.Org prides itself on their rigorous assessments.