Application deadline extended


5 Weeks


$5300 Flexible payment available
Special group enrollment pricing

Program Description

The SSPOC™ course provides a quality platform for gaining skills, sharing experiences and learning from other organizations while offering the flexibility as to how and when you learn.

Why should you take this course?

You will understand the principles in the Scrum framework
You will develop a practical working knowledge of Scrum including roles, meetings, and artifacts.
You will become comfortable with implementing Scrum in your organization.
You will be prepared to take the SSPOC™ exam upon completion of the course.

Who Is This Program For?

This course is appropriate for professionals interested in obtaining a working knowledge of Scrum and planning to become a Chief Product Owner, or Program Product Owner, or Portfolio Product Owner, including:-

  • Scrum Core Team Members
  • Product Owners
  • Product Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Project Sponsors
  • Programmers
  • Designers
  • Testers
  • Software Engineers
  • Executives
  • Business Owners
  • Business Analysts

Program Modules

Agile and Scrum Overview: What is Agile? ○ Why use Agile? ○ The Agile Manifesto ○ Principles of the Agile Manifesto ○ Agile Methods ○ Other Agile Methods ○ Scrum Overview ○ Scrum Summary

Scrum Roles: Scrum Roles ○ The Product Owner ○ The Scrum Team ○ The Scrum Master ○ Advantages of Cross-functional Teams

Planning in Scrum: Scrum Flow ○ Requirements in Scrum ○ Prioritizing the Product Backlog ○ Adaptive Project Management ○ Scrum Planning ○ User Stories ○ The Concept of Persona ○ Acceptance Criteria ○ Generic Done Criteria ○ Criteria for a Good User Story ○ Estimation ○ Importance of Value ○ Risk Burndown Graphics ○ Scrum Board

Sprint Planning: Sprints (from Product Owner’s point of view) ○ Sprint Planning Meeting ○ Planning Game ○ Task Estimation ○ The Sprint Backlog

Implementation of Scrum: Daily Stand-up Meeting ○ Sprint Review Meeting ○ Sprint Retrospective Meeting ○ Product Backlog Grooming

Scrum for Large Projects: Scrum for Large Projects ○ The Chief Product Owner ○ Distributed teams in Scrum ○ Transition to Scrum ○ Mapping Traditional Roles to Scrum ○ Maintaining Stakeholder Involvement

Our Faculty