BCS EXIN Practitioner Certificate in Agile Scrum Product Owner
Gain a certificate that provides product owners with knowledge and skills of the Agile framework and Scrum methodology - ensuring you can deliver maximum value for the customer and value for your business.
The product owner role focuses on bringing value for the customer and value for the business, through project management techniques.
Who is it for?
- Agile product owners, product managers, internal coach, project / programme manager, development team member, architect, developer, QA, tester, UI or UX designer operating in an Agile Scrum environment.
- Candidates are required to complete the BCS EXIN Foundation Certificate in Agile Scrum.
- Attendance at an accredited BCS EXIN Agile Scrum Product Owner training course is mandatory.
What will I learn?
You will gain a broad understanding of:
- The Agile way of thinking
- The Product Owner role
- Managing the product backlog
- Complex projects
- Adding value to projects and programmes
The syllabus includes training objectives, details of modules and learning hours, plus a recommended reading list:
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Please note: The old syllabus for BCS EXIN Practitioner Certificate in Agile Scrum Product Owner will retire on 1 June 2022. If you have candidates currently training for this syllabus please ensure their examinations are taken before this date.
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How do I get this certificate?
Training and exam (recommended)
Take this course with one of our accredited training providers.
How long will it take?
Classroom courses normally last three days.
Where can I study?
At a BCS accredited training provider near you.
How much does it cost?
Course prices vary depending on your chosen training provider and course format.
What format is the exam?
- 90 minute ‘closed book’ exam with 40 multiple choice questions
- Pass mark is 65% (26/40)
This qualification is not regulated by the following United Kingdom Regulators - Ofqual, Qualifications Wales, CCEA Regulation or SQA.