Scrum Masters who have at least two years of experience.
Agile Coaches with at least two years of experience.
Describe the core concepts of Lean Thinking and how they can be applied to Scrum.
Identify the actions that the facilitator can perform to support the development of an inclusive solution.
Apply the visual facilitation techniques for a collaborative session.
Recognise the practices for facilitating remote meetings.
Create a coaching agreement with an individual or a team.
Discuss the importance of the fundamental coaching assumptions.
Explain and prepare the topic related to Scrum or Agile.
Compare the techniques for improving team effectiveness.
Demonstrate the reasons why the start of a new Scrum Team should be handled differently from a traditional project kickoff or charter.
Describe the responsibilities of Scrum Team members and stakeholders when starting new Scrum Teams.
Plan the launch of a new Scrum Team in the organization.
To earn Certified Scrum Professional® – Scrum Master (CSP®-SM), you first must have an active A-CSM® certification with Scrum Alliance®. With your A-CSM®, you should demonstrate at least two-year work experiences specific to the role of Scrum Master within the past five years.
Steps for getting CSP®-SM Certification:
Like A-CSM® certification Scrum Alliance does not conduct an official exam for CSP®-SM. Your Certified Scrum Trainer will offer you some assignments which you need to complete in order to earn the CSP®-SM certificate.