The course is part of this learning path
- Well, that's it for this course. You've covered quite a bit, agile concepts, Scrum teams, Scrum artifacts, Scrum events and product owner management. You're now at a level to get certified as a product owner. There are a couple of different avenues you can take. One, you can look at booking an exam with Scrum Org. You need to go to the Scrum Org site and with everything you've learned on this course you can get certified at the PSPO level I. Two, you can book on a course with the Scrum Alliance to get certified as a product owner. You can book on an official Scrum Alliance course with us at QA. And one last thing from us, we'd love it if you can let us know how you found this course. So please make sure you fill in the feedback forms. Now, go and get your Scrum team to start filling up the backlog and start working towards increments.
About the Author
Paul Williams is a Senior Learning Consultant for QA, based in Manchester, UK. He is a member of the Agile, Lean & DevOps Trainer Team.