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Certified Scrum Product Owner® Training Course Features

16 Hours of Instructor Led Training  

Certified and Experienced Instructors  

Session recording access   

Study materials and exam prep questions  

Certified Scrum Product Owner® Practice Questions

Learning objectives 


With the learnings from our course, you will be equipped to drive product value and make an impact at your workplace. You will: 

  • Create the product vision and plan product releases 

  • Engage stakeholders and provide transparency toward goals 

  • Overcome challenges of being a Product Owner across multiple teams 

  • Forecast with stakeholders 

  • Conduct product discovery and validate product assumptions 

  • Create product backlog items and carry out product backlog refinement 

  • Become that driving force in your team to drive results with Scrum 

  • Become a pro at Scrum by improving efficiency at the workplace at any level 

  • Have all the tools and techniques to leverage Scrum at your fingertips 


Target audience 


Course is suitable for anyone, regardless of industry, who is interested in the delivery of innovative products. This workshop is a great platform to network with other professionals working in Agile and Scrum principles and practices. Our hands-on certification class is appropriate for both software and non-software professionals including: 

  • Project Managers 

  • Team Leads 

  • Developers 

  • Testers 

  • Systems and Business Analyst 

  • Product Managers 

  • Functional Managers 

  • Development Managers 

  • Architects 

  • Leaders 

  • HR 

  • those who are interested in working with people 

  • those who care about their team’s performance 

  • those looking for ways to foster collaboration 

Any Other Important Information 

e.g. Labs/Hands on/Case Study :NA




Course Outline

Scrum Basics

Get familiar with the Scrum Flow, the core components of the Scrum framework, and the terms related to Scrum. Understand the principles/legs of empirical process control and the work culture that Scrum creates. 

Scrum Roles and Responsibilities

Carry out a detailed study of the scope of the Product Owner, ScrumMaster and the team members in a Scrum team. Understand traditional project management and why there is no project manager or Agile product manager in Scrum.

Product Vision

Understand the importance of having the product vision as an overarching goal galvanizing the entire Scrum teams. Learn about the desirable qualities of the product and how product vision can be shaped. Understand the relationship between the product vision and product roadmap. 

Estimating and prioritizing product backlogs

Get familiar with various estimation levels in Scrum and know how the accuracy of an estimate is more important than the precision of the estimate. Understand the impact of pressuring team members to provide low estimates and how estimating is different from committing. 

Product Backlog

Know more about the product backlog and product backlog grooming. 


Get to know the importance and benefits of prioritizing the product backlog and the implications of saying ‘everything is mandatory’. Know whose inputs to take into prioritization decisions and how to prioritize the product backlog. Determine how much latitude to give a team in adjusting the sequence of work. 

Release Management

Determine the goals and carry out release planning. Get familiar with concepts like ‘adaptive, iterative and collaborative’ planning, and technical debt. Learn how to measure velocity and release burndown charts. 


Understand the role of a Product Owner in Scrum and best practices for a Product Owner to collaborate with the development team. Understand why sprints are timeboxed and protected and learn the concept of sustainable pace and team commitment. 

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