- Become proficient in Scrum terminologies and their applications
- Facilitate daily scrums, user stories, sprint planning, and sprint reviews
- Capable of producing different Scrum artifacts, including the product backlog, sprint backlog, finished deliverables, and the definition of done
- Implement a distributed Scrum over teams spread across geographies
- Grow into a Scrum Master role with any organization implementing Scrum
- Setup and handle projects on a JIRA cloud site
- Pass the EXIN Agile Scrum Master exam on your first attempt
- Apply best practices crucial for getting the maximum value from the Scrum methodology
Exam & Certification :
How do I become a SCRUM Agile Master Certified ?
- The first step towards SAMC is to understand Scrum. ‘Scrum Fundamentals Certified’ (SFC) is a FREE course tailored to help anyone interested to know more about Scrum
- The second step is to attend SDC and SMC programs.
What are the pre-requisites for the certification?
There is no formal prerequisite for this certification. However, a SDC and SMC certified professional will be able to easily understand the concepts required for the certification exam. Alternatively, you can attend a 3-day SAMC classroom training provided by a Skilltec, a SCRUMstudy approved Registered Education Provider.
Exam Format ?
– Multiple choice
– 100 questions per exam
– 120 minutes duration
– Proctored online exam
– Current pass rate: 93%
How do I maintain my certification ?
To maintain the certification status, SAMC professionals will need to earn 40 re-certification credits every 3 years.
SAMC certification is offered by Skilltec, Authorized Training Partner (ATP) of SCRUMstudy, the global accreditation body for Scrum and Agile certifications. Earning a certification is a significant achievement. It demonstrates your expertise and knowledge of Scrum and Agile. After earning the certification, credential holders should adhere to Skilltec‘s continuing certification requirements. You may need to participate in continuous learning activities to earn Re-certification Units (RCUs) to maintain your credential(s).