Scaled Scrum Master Certified (SSMC™)Large projects require multiple Scrum Teams to work in parallel. The Chief Scrum Master is responsible for coordinating activities of multiple Scrum Teams to develop potentially shippable product increments/deliverables. The Chief Scrum Master fosters collaboration and coaches others with the implementation of Scrum for a smooth delivery of the project’s products. Apart from clearing impediments and ensuring a conducive project environment for the Scrum Teams, the Chief Scrum Master collaborates with the Chief Product Owner, other Scrum Masters, and Product Owners in activities such as developing the list of components and resources needed in common for all teams throughout the project.
Price (*ask for discount) 350 USD
Access Period 180 days
- It is mandatory to complete the Scrum Master Certified (SMC™) certification before applying for the Scaled Scrum Master certification.
- This certification is appropriate for anyone who is interested in becoming a Chief Scrum Master.
What is included
- VMEdu Mobile App
- High quality videos, study guides, chapter tests, and case study
- High quality hands-on training using role-plays and case-studies
- Certification Exam
- PMI approved PDUs
- How To Earn?
You must complete the online course and pass the proctored online exam.
- How To Maintain?
To maintain the certification status, Scaled Scrum Master Certified (SSMC™) professionals will need to earn 60 re-certification credits every 3 years.
Certification Exam Format
- Multiple Choice
- 70 questions per exam
- One mark awarded for every right answer
- No negative marks for wrong answers
- 90 minutes duration
- Proctored online exam.
- If you are unable to pass the exam, you can schedule again and take a maximum of two free exam retakes.
- You should pay the online course fee then the online course access will be granted to you within 1 week after receiving payment.
- Course fee payment is not refundable.
Frequently Asked Questions
- The Rise of Agile
- The Agile Manifesto
- Principles of the Agile Manifesto
- Declaration of Interdependence
- Agile Methods
- Agile vs. Traditional Project Management
- Scrum Principles
- Scrum Aspects
- Scrum Processes
- Scrum Advantages
- Core Roles
- Product Owner
- Scrum Master
- Scrum Team
- Non-core Roles
- Plan and Estimate
- Review and Retrospect
- Scalability of Scrum
- Scrum in Programs and Portfolios
- Scrum of Scrums (SoS) Meeting
- Transition to Scrum
- Mapping Traditional Roles to Scrum
- Maintaining Stakeholder Involvement
- Importance of Executive Support
Scaling Scrum for Large Projects
- Create Large Project Components
- Conduct and Coordinate Sprints
- Prepare Large Project Release
- Impact of Large Projects to Fundamental Scrum Processes
Scaling Scrum for the Enterprise
- Create Program or Portfolio Components
- Review and Update Scrum Guidance Body
- Create and Groom Program or Portfolio Backlog
- Coordinate Program or Portfolio Components
- Retrospect Program or Portfolio Releases