Certified Scrum Product Owner Training with Michigan Technology Services
Michigan Technology Services offers instructor-led Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) training, as well as other Agile and Scrum courses, through a partnership with the only Scrum Alliance authorized Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) based in Michigan, Chet Hendrickson. Chet was the first signatory of the Agile Manifesto and is a globally recognized Scrum Trainer.
While many CST’s fly into metro Detroit to deliver a class, and then leave, we live here and support the local Agile community. We continue to sponsor regional Agile conferences and local Agile and Scrum meetups. We have strong ties to Agile companies in the metro Detroit area. We have successfully run this course for multiple teams in the Great Lakes area.
What is Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) training?
Scrum is a very useful agile framework for completing complex projects.
This intensive two-day course will prepare you to take on the Product Owner role and is taught by a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer. We’ll cover the Scrum framework but more importantly, what it means to function as the Product Owner, or Customer, for a Scrum team. You will learn about managing stakeholders, creating and grooming the Product Backlog, emerging detail with Product Backlog Items and User Stories including Acceptance Criteria and the Definition of Done.
You will participate in exercises, in-depth discussion, case studies and techniques to help illustrate practices and principles. After completing the course, you will earn the Certified Scrum Product Owner credential with the Scrum Alliance. You will also receive a two-year membership in the Scrum Alliance, an organization that provides valuable materials and resources exclusively to CSPOs.
Additional Benefits of taking our CSPO course
Participants are eligible for 14 Education Hours for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner application and 14 PMI PDUs (Professional Development Units)
The next Certified Scrum Product Owner class in Farmington Hills is Monday and Tuesday, September 9 & 10, 2019. The regular course fee is $1,295/student, but early enrollment, prior to August 16, is $995/student. Groups of three or more students from the same company receive the rate of $ 995/student. The CSPO credential is included in the course fee, as well as a two year membership with the Scrum Alliance. While we are located in Farmington Hills the September Scrum Product Owner workshop will take place in Novi at Walsh College.
After our September class the next public Certified Scrum Product Owner class in Farmington Hills will be Thursday and Friday, December 12 & 13, 2019. The regular course fee is $1,295/student, but early enrollment, prior to November 26, is $995/student. Groups of three or more students from the same company receive the rate of $ 995/student. The CSPO credential is included in the course fee, as well as a two year membership with the Scrum Alliance. While we are located in Farmington Hills the December Scrum Product Owner workshop will take place in Novi at Walsh College.
Additional 2020 Scrum CSPO workshops will be announced soon.
Enroll in our September or December Certified Scrum Product Owner class by filling out the following enrollment form.
Once you have earned the CSPO credential deepen your Product Owner knowledge by joining our Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner workshop.
Private CSPO classes for groups or companies are available upon request. Your training can take place at our location in Farmington Hills, 20 miles outside of Detroit, or onsite at your office anywhere throughout the United States. Call 248-489-0408 for details.
For additional Scrum Product Owner class information or to request a class date contact Michigan Technology Services. 248-489-0408
Who Should Attend
Scrum is not just for programmers. Project managers, business analysts, technical writers, QA staff, testers - as well as developers - have all found value in our instruction.
You do not need to have substantial experience working in an Agile environment, but it helps if you have some experience managing projects. Anyone looking to gain an understanding of the Scrum framework will benefit from this course.
- The basics of what Scrum is and how it fits into an Agile process
- What the Product Owner role is and how it differs from a traditional product manager or project sponsor
- The process for creating, refining and maintaining a Product Backlog
- How to collaborate with the Scrum team to maximize business value with each Sprint
- How Scrum can enable your business to respond more rapidly to changing market, business and customer needs