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Scrum Certification
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I am looking for a Scrum Training & Certification.
I am not sure how to start with the process, can anyone throw some light on this?

Thanks

Regards
Vijay
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I agree with Kiron, the PMI-ACP is the best Agile certification around, and will be worth even more as time goes on.
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You have a few options. If you are SCRUM focused then Scrum Alliance could be an option. But the PMI-ACP focuses on Agile in general.
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I have some specifications, best follow blogs and tutorials before moving to scrum certifications.

Message me if you'd like to see them.

May it help once you have enough of ideas on scrum mastering.
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I prefer you to go with PMI-ACP.
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1 reply by Vijay Selvaraj
Mar 15, 2018 11:36 AM
Vijay Selvaraj
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Thanks Diwakar....
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Mar 14, 2018 4:58 PM
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I prefer you to go with PMI-ACP.
Thanks Diwakar....
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Even though Scrum.org don't have prerequisite that you attend their training, they do have certified trainers that offer 2-days or 3-days Scrum Master class. I would suggest you check their website for any upcoming class near your area.

One book I kept on my desk is Essential Scrum by Kenneth Rubin. He was the first managing director of Scrum Alliance. This book can serve as your course material for either PSM or CSM.
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
Mar 16, 2018 1:02 AM
Sante Vergini
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Thanks Boon, yes it's true they do hold optional training courses, with the emphases being on optional.
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Mar 15, 2018 9:58 PM
Replying to Boon Siang Tay
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Even though Scrum.org don't have prerequisite that you attend their training, they do have certified trainers that offer 2-days or 3-days Scrum Master class. I would suggest you check their website for any upcoming class near your area.

One book I kept on my desk is Essential Scrum by Kenneth Rubin. He was the first managing director of Scrum Alliance. This book can serve as your course material for either PSM or CSM.
Thanks Boon, yes it's true they do hold optional training courses, with the emphases being on optional.
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