There is now, the first Professional Scrum Trainer at Luxoft accredited by Scrum.org. Luxoft now offers Professional Scrum Master training to organizations and individual students.
Luxoft is proud to announce that one of our coaches, Ilya Pavlichenko, was recently accredited as a Professional Scrum Trainer. By gaining this recognition, Ilya joined a relatively small circle of trainers allowed to organize Professional Scrum Master courses and train students for PSM I Assessment.
Professional Scrum Master (PSM) is the most comprehensive course developed by Ken Schwaber, father of Scrum, and aimed at advanced audience. There are more than 16000 certified PSM specialists in the world (as of January 2013) and this number is constantly growing.
PSM is based on the latest version of official Scrum Guide (July 2013) and it includes a lot of practical cases. The Course covers the following areas in detail:
Scrum Framework Structure and Mechanics
Roles and Responsibilities of Scrum Master, Product Owner, Development Team
Facilitation in Practice (including Lego facilitation)
Start-up and restart of Scrum teams
We offer to our blog readers the possibility to attend Professional Scrum Master training. Participants will have to pass an online exam at Scrum.org site (personal link will be provide to every student) and will get their PSM certifications sent to them via email and listed at Scrum.org.
Deep understanding of Scrum principles and values
Practical experience of advanced Scrum Master techniques and facilitation of team process (including common problems and distributed projects challenges)
Internationally recognized certificate from Scrum.org
[H4]How to Apply[/H4]If you yourself or your organization is interested in attending PSM class, please contact us at LuxPSM@luxoft.com for information about upcoming trainings, pricing and other details.
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