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Learning Path Overview

The Scrum Master Learning Path aims to introduce learners to the Scrum project management methodology. The modules take the learner through all of the key areas of Scrum, as well as some of the other Agile concepts that underpin Scrum to be able to understand and implement scrum as a working methodology within their organization. The aim of the course is to enable the learner to be able to pass a Level 1 Scrum Master certification.  

The learning path starts with an introduction to Scrum and Agile, and aims to get the learner to understand the principles and values of the methodology.  

The second module covers the Scrum Roles that comprise a scrum team. 

The third looks at the artefacts that enable a scrum team, and how each of the scrum team members interact with them. 

The fourth looks at the 5 Scrum Events that occur. Their purpose is examined, as well as how they should be used by the Scrum Team. 

The final Module examines some other Scrum and Agile concepts, including some additional methodologies and techniques that can be implemented. Whilst not necessary, learners may find them useful.  

The learning path ends with next steps, and provides directions on how the learner can get certified as a Scrum Master.   

Please note: this content was produced in the UK and may include the use of British English.

Intended Audience

The Scrum Master Learning Path is for anyone looking to implement the Scrum framework. It is particularly beneficial for those people within an organization accountable for getting the most out of Scrum, including Scrum Masters, managers, and Scrum Team members. 

Prerequisites of the Certifications

Learners will make the most of the learning path if they have: 

Studied the  Scrum Guide

Passed the  Scrum Open assessment .   

Learning Objectives

This learning path covers these subject areas:  

  • Agile 
  • The Agile Manifesto 
  • Scrum  
  • The Scrum Guide  
  • Scrum Development Team  
  • Scrum Master  
  • Product Owner  
  • Product Backlog  
  • Sprint Backlog 
  • Backlog Refinement  
  • The Definition of Done  
  • The Increment  
  • Minimum Viable Product  
  • Minimum Features Implemented  
  • Sprint Planning  
  • The Daily Scrum  
  • The Sprint  
  • Sprint Review  
  • Sprint Retrospective  
  • Product Value  
  • Agile concepts of Value  
  • Kanban  
  • AgilePM  
  • DSDM  
  • Estimation & Relative Estimation 


This Learning Path contains videos, PDFs, and other resources for four courses.  


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Paul Williams
Senior Learning Consultant
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Paul Williams is a Senior Learning Consultant for QA, based in Manchester, UK. He is a member of the Agile, Lean & DevOps Trainer Team.