Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner® (A-CSPO®) Certification Training

Master Agile Leadership: Elevate Your Product Ownership Skills

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ACSPO Certification Course Overview

Designed for experienced Product Owners with a CSPO certification, this program delves deep into Agile product ownership. Explore advanced topics like product strategy, stakeholder collaboration, backlog refinement, and scaling Agile. Join us to elevate your capabilities in Agile product management through interactive sessions.

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  • 16 Hours of Live Instructor-led Training
  • Immersive learning with games, role-plays, simulations, and case studies
  • Earn a Scrum Alliance certificate with a two-year membership
  • Sessions delivered by globally acclaimed and experienced Certified Scrum Trainers (CSTs)
  • Earn 16 SEUs for continual learning support
  • 24x7 Course Assistance Service
  • 16 Hours of Live Instructor-led Training
  • Sessions delivered by globally acclaimed and experienced Certified Scrum Trainers (CSTs)
  • Immersive learning with games, role-plays, simulations, and case studies
  • Earn 16 SEUs for continual learning support
  • Earn a Scrum Alliance certificate with a two-year membership
  • 24x7 Course Assistance Service
  • 16 Hours of Live Instructor-led Training
  • Sessions delivered by globally acclaimed and experienced Certified Scrum Trainers (CSTs)
  • Immersive learning with games, role-plays, simulations, and case studies
  • Earn 16 SEUs for continual learning support
  • Earn a Scrum Alliance certificate with a two-year membership
  • 24x7 Course Assistance Service

Skills Covered

  • Product Owner
  • Testing Product Assumptions
  • Manage risks
  • Facilitating Stakeholder Conversations
  • Product Development
  • Product vision
  • Customer And User Segmentation
  • Scaling Scrum
  • Analytical Skills
  • Product Owner
  • Product vision
  • Testing Product Assumptions
  • Customer And User Segmentation
  • Manage risks
  • Scaling Scrum
  • Facilitating Stakeholder Conversations
  • Analytical Skills
  • Product Development
  • Product Owner
  • Product vision
  • Testing Product Assumptions
  • Customer And User Segmentation
  • Manage risks
  • Scaling Scrum
  • Facilitating Stakeholder Conversations
  • Analytical Skills
  • Product Development

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Benefits

The role of the product manager is expanding due to the growing importance of data in decision making, an increased customer and design focus, and the evolution of software-development methodologies.

  • Designation
  • Annual Salary
  • Hiring Companies
  • Annual Salary
    $175KMin
    $200KAverage
    $220KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Amazon
    IBM
    Goldman Sachs
    EY
    Source: Indeed
  • Annual Salary
    $100kMin
    $120KAverage
    $150KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Apple
    Accenture
    Capgemini
    SAP
    Source: Indeed
  • Annual Salary
    $250KMin
    $290KAverage
    $330KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    LinkedIn
    Freshworks
    Michael Page
    Netflix
    Source: Indeed

Training Options

online Bootcamp

  • 2 Days Virtual Training
  • A-CSPO® Certification fee included
  • 2 Years Membership of Scrum Alliance
  • Delivered by globally renowed CST®
  • 24x7 teaching assistance and support
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Corporate Training

Customised to enterprise needs

  • Flexible pricing & billing options
  • Private cohorts available
  • Training progress dashboards
  • Skills assessment & benchmarking
  • Platform integration capabilities
  • Dedicated customer success manager

Course Curriculum

Eligibility

Taking the Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner training and obtaining the A-CSPO certification can be particularly useful for:
Certified Scrum Product Owners (CSPOs)
Product Managers
Scrum Masters
Managers
Agile Team Members
Executives
Business Analyst
Product Analyst
Product Owners
Project Managers
CXOs
Marketing Managers
Program Managers
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Pre-requisites

To attain an A-CSPO certification, you need an active CSPO® certification from Scrum Alliance® and a minimum of one year of relevant work experience as a Product Owner.
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Course Content

  • Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner® (A-CSPO)

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    • Lesson 01: Examining Product Owner Accountabilities and Responsibilities

      • Analyze the importance of Product Ownership
      • Reflect on the mindset and actions of a successful Product Owner
      • Discuss at least three possible impacts to their stakeholder relationships and/or product that could result if their Scrum Team adopted the latest definition of Scrum
    • Lesson 02: Working with Stakeholders

      • Demonstrate at least three techniques to interact with stakeholders over multiple Sprints.
      • Describe two examples when the Product Owner should not act as the facilitator for the stakeholders.
      • Demonstrate at least three facilitative listening techniques.
      • Demonstrate the use of at least two alternatives to open discussion.
      • Describe at least three ways to facilitate a final decision with stakeholders.
    • Lesson 03: Working with Developers

      • Explain why the Product Owner should be cautious about accumulating technical debt.
      • List at least three development practices that could help their Scrum Team deliver a high-quality Increment and reduce technical debt each Sprint
    • Lesson 04: Product Ownership with Multiple Teams

      • Recognize at least two approaches to scaling Scrum
      • Identify at least two techniques for visualizing, managing, or reducing dependencies
      • Describe at least three benefits and drawbacks of feature teams and component teams
    • Lesson 05: Developing Practical Product Strategies

      • Discuss a real-world example of how product strategy is operationalized and evolves over time in an agile organization.
      • Practice at least two approaches to identify purpose or define strategy.
    • Lesson 06: Advance Product Planning and Forecasting

      • List two cognitive biases that may impact the Product Owner’s capability to effectively deliver business value.
      • Appraise how effectively a Sprint Review was used to inspect and adapt based on the Sprint Goal and Increment(s) that were completed during the Sprint.
      • Experiment with at least one approach to incorporate validating assumptions into the Scrum framework.
      • Develop at least two hypotheses for a target customer
      • Create a plan to test at least one hypothesis
    • Lesson 07: Advance Product Backlog Management

      • Use at least two techniques to model value and at least two techniques to measure value
      • Apply at least three techniques to order a Product Backlog to support a Product Goal.
      • Describe how the Product Owner can ensure that enough Product Backlog items are “ready” for the upcoming Sprint
      • Integrate feedback from at least three sources to generate and refine Product Backlog items.
      • Experiment with at least two ways to improve their Product Backlog refinement.
    • Lesson 08: Empathizing with Customers and Users

      • Use one technique to connect developers directly to customers and users.
      • Practice at least two techniques of product discovery.
    • Lesson 09: Advanced Product Assumption Validation

      • List two cognitive biases that may impact the Product Owner’s capability to effectively deliver business value.
      • Appraise how effectively a Sprint Review was used to inspect and adapt based on the Sprint Goal and Increment(s) that were completed during the Sprint
      • Experiment with at least one approach to incorporate validating assumptions into the Scrum framework.
      • Develop at least two hypotheses for a target customer
      • Create a plan to test at least one hypothesis
    • Lesson 10: Product Backlog Management

      • Use at least two techniques to model value and at least two techniques to measure value
      • Apply at least three techniques to order a Product Backlog to support a Product Goal
      • Describe how the Product Owner can ensure that enough Product Backlog items are “ready” for the upcoming Sprint
      • Integrate feedback from at least three sources to generate and refine Product Backlog items.
      • Experiment with at least two ways to improve their Product Backlog refinement.
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  • AWS Cloud Technical Essentials

    Preview
    • Lesson 01: Introduction to AWS Cloud Practitioner Course

      Preview
      • 1.01 AWS CP Introduction
        02:04
      • 1.02 Introduction to AWS Cloud Practitioner Course
        05:02
      • 1.03 Domain Introduction
        08:38
      • 1.04 AWS Certification Path
        08:44
      • 1.05 Exam Details
        04:48
    • Lesson 02: Core Concept of Cloud Computing

      Preview
      • 2.01 Learning Objectives
        00:50
      • 2.02 Networking Terminologies Part 1
        08:14
      • 2.03 Networking Terminologies Part 2
        07:52
      • 2.04 Client Server Architecture
        07:30
      • 2.05 Classic Data Centres
        06:40
      • 2.06 Virtualization
        07:43
      • 2.07 Basics of Cloud Computing
        07:48
      • 2.08 Cloud Computing Deployment Models
        00:30
      • 2.09 Public Cloud
        06:56
      • 2.10 Private Cloud
        06:02
      • 2.11 Hybrid Cloud
        06:47
      • 2.12 Community Cloud
        02:30
      • 2.13 Comparison of Deployment Models
        03:54
      • 2.14 Cloud Computing Service Models Part 1
        09:02
      • 2.15 Cloud Computing Service Models Part 2
        03:09
      • 2.16 Pizza Analogy
        02:22
      • 2.17 Cloud Service Providers
        03:09
      • 2.18 Summary
        01:47
    • Lesson 03: Introduction to AWS

      Preview
      • 3.01 Learning Objective
        00:32
      • 3.02 AWS Overview
        09:04
      • 3.03 Demo Setting Up AWS Account
        04:03
      • 3.04 Gartner Research
        01:59
      • 3.05 Cloud Architecture Design Principles
        04:34
      • 3.06 Well Architected Framework
        05:38
      • 3.07 Operational Excellence
        04:27
      • 3.08 Security
        05:34
      • 3.09 Reliability
        04:19
      • 3.10 Performance Efficiency
        04:11
      • 3.11 Cost Management
        03:17
      • 3.12 AZ and Regions
        10:07
      • 3.13 CloudFront Infrastructure
        03:01
      • 3.14 Edge Locations
        02:56
      • 3.15 Networking and Content Delivery Services
        00:54
      • 3.16 Virtual Private Cloud(VPC)
        15:26
      • 3.17 VPC Peering
        02:37
      • 3.18 VPC End Points
        01:18
      • 3.19 Domain Name System(DNS)
        01:47
      • 3.20 CDN
        04:15
      • 3.21 CloudFront Infrastructure
        02:36
      • 3.22 Elastic Load Balancer
        03:50
      • 3.23 ELB Types
        06:35
      • 3.24 Compute Services
        08:46
      • 3.25 What is EC2
        03:28
      • 3.26 EC2 Benefits and Features
        08:13
      • 3.27 EC2 Creation Steps
        02:42
      • 3.28 Amazon Machine Image(AMI)
        04:08
      • 3.29 EC2 Instance Types
        05:26
      • 3.30 EC2 Creation Steps(Continue)
        05:43
      • 3.31 Demo Launching EC2 Instance using AWS Console
        13:04
      • 3.32 AWS CLI
        01:40
      • 3.33 Demo Launch an EC2 Instance using AWS Command Line Interface
        11:44
      • 3.34 EC2 Auto Scaling
        05:02
      • 3.35 Elastic Beanstalk
        07:06
      • 3.36 AWS Storage Services
        02:39
      • 3.37 Amazon S3(Simple Storage Service)
        07:42
      • 3.38 S3 Policies
        02:47
      • 3.39 Demo Create S3 Bucket and Bucket Policies
        08:10
      • 3.40 Database Services
        01:44
      • 3.41 AWS Databases
        03:41
      • 3.42 Database Types
        02:47
      • 3.43 Relational Database Service(RDS)
        05:08
      • 3.44 Database Connection
        04:01
      • 3.45 Demo RDS Usage
        12:19
      • 3.46 Introduction to DynamoDB
        02:06
      • 3.47 Demo Managing AWS DynamoDB
        05:28
      • 3.48 Resource Groups and Tagging
        07:35
      • 3.49 Case Study
        04:32
      • 3.50 Demo Use of VPC and Subnet
        13:41
      • 3.51 Summary
        01:28
    • Lesson 04: AWS Security and Compliance

      Preview
      • 4.01 Learning Objective
        00:37
      • 4.02 Security Aspects
        08:21
      • 4.03 Security and Compliance Principles
        07:56
      • 4.04 AWS Access Control and IAM
        10:10
      • 4.05 IAM Working
        04:38
      • 4.06 Security BestPractices Part 1
        08:36
      • 4.07 Security Best Practices Part 2
        07:50
      • 4.08 Web Application Firewall
        09:56
      • 4.09 AWS Shield
        06:17
      • 4.10 Firewall Manager
        03:38
      • 4.11 AWS CloudTrail
        05:42
      • 4.12 AWS CloudWatch
        07:29
      • 4.13 AWS Config Service
        03:46
      • 4.14 CloudWatch vs CloudTrail
        00:59
      • 4.15 AWS Config vs CloudTrail
        00:40
      • 4.16 AWS Inspector
        04:25
      • 4.17 AWS Trusted Advisor
        04:59
      • 4.18 Demo Managing IAM Service
        12:54
      • 4.19 Summary
        00:39
    • Lesson 05: AWS Costing and Support Service

      Preview
      • 5.01 Learning Objective
        00:34
      • 5.02 Understand AWS Pricing
        05:22
      • 5.03 AWS Pricing Models
        07:37
      • 5.04 Cost Calculator
        07:51
      • 5.05 Support Plans
        06:44
      • 5.06 Marketplace
        05:17
      • 5.07 Demo Setup Billing Budget and Check Invoice
        04:01
      • 5.08 Summary
        01:24

ACSPO Training Course Advisor

  • Vijay Bandaru

    Vijay Bandaru

    Software Engineer

    With over 25 years of comprehensive experience in software development, project management, and product development, Vijay have adeptly maneuvered through various roles spanning Technology, Management, Delivery, Leadership, Training, and Coaching.

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ACSPO Exam & Certification

ACSPO Certification
  • What is the process to get the A-CSPO certification?

    Step 1: Enroll for the 16-Hours live training course by Simplilearn and attend the informative sessions conducted by Scrum Alliance certified trainers 

    Step 2: Upon successful completion of the course accept a license agreement from Scum Alliance.

    Step 3:  On accepting the license agreement, you can download the A-CSPO certificate. You're now a certified A-CSPO!

  • Who provides the A-CSPO certification?

    The A-CSPO certification is offered by  Scrum Alliance, a world-renowned body dedicated to helping professionals, leaders and organizations embrace agile by understanding its principles, processes, and values.

  • Do I have to take an exam for ACSPO Certification?

    There is no exam conducted for the ACSPO certification.

  • What are the prerequisites for the ACSPO course?

    To earn an Advanced CSPO, you must have an active CSPO® certification with Scrum Alliance®, in addition to demonstrating at least one-year work experience specific to the role of Product Owner.

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  • Develop skills for real career growthCutting-edge curriculum designed in guidance with industry and academia to develop job-ready skills
  • Learn from experts active in their field, not out-of-touch trainersLeading practitioners who bring current best practices and case studies to sessions that fit into your work schedule.
  • Learn by working on real-world problemsCapstone projects involving real world data sets with virtual labs for hands-on learning
  • Structured guidance ensuring learning never stops24x7 Learning support from mentors and a community of like-minded peers to resolve any conceptual doubts
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