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Key Features

CSM

• 2 Days Classroom Training
• Scrum Alliance Exam Fee included
• 16 PDUs and SEUs
• 2nd Day Scrum Alliance Exam & Certification
• 2-Year membership with Scrum Alliance

Actual Price:

₹ 37,998

PMI-ACP

• 16 Hours of Live Virtual training
• 180 Days of Access to e-Learning Content
• 21 PDUs and 15 SEUs offered
• 5 Case Studies | 2 hands on Projects
• 5 Simulation Exams (120 Questions each)

Combo Price

₹ 34,749

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Certified Scrum Master (CSM)

Scrum is the popular agile methodology used globally by SMEs and MNCs. Scrum framework emphasizes on communication, teamwork, and speed of project delivery in accordance with agile principles. Scrum Alliance offers Certified Scrum Master (CSM®) Certification acknowledged globally. CSM Certification is awarded to agile practitioners who demonstrate their skills in scrum terminology, practices, and principles during the CSM Exam.

Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP)

The PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) is one of the most upcoming and trending certifications around the corner. It emphasizes on the agile principles and processes. One of the key takeaways of this certification is it helps one to develop niche skills to deliver project the agile way and cater to the market’s fast evolving needs and challenges. The PMI ACP focusses on various approaches to agile such as Scrum, Lean methodology, Kanban, Test driven development and many more.

We would put some light on few of these approach to understand them in details. Scrum can be defined as one of the methodologies for delivery of project designed under the Agile project management. It works on the basis of delivering workable products in iterative and incremental approach thereby creating quality products within stipulated time and gain clients confidence by constant review and feedback. Lean in laymen’s terms refers to reducing and eliminating unnecessary wastes in terms of processes and efforts in order to refine the system and deliver quality products. Kanban is a lighter version of Scrum as it basically follows no process methodology and results in bringing change via incremental improvements.

The crux of PMI ACP lies in its ability to help managers verify their expertise for Agile Process & Principles and validate their expertise to companies looking for change and accept agile manifesto in spirit.

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