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PSPO (Professional Scrum Product Owner) is a certification from Scrum.org, one of the primary organizations for Scrum, founded by one of the co-founders of Scrum.
The PSPO exam is about the core Scrum framework from the Product Owner perspective, plus a few common Agile practices and techniques that are used by Product Owners.
You can take eLearning courses, classroom courses, or self-study to prepare for it. Then you can buy an exam voucher from Scrum.org and take the exam online.
Almost all questions in the PSM (Professional Scrum Master) exam may appear in the PSPO exam, which covers about 70% of the PSPO questions. In other words, a person who can pass the PSPO exam should be able to pass the PSM exam too. As a result, if you’re not PSM certified, it would be a good idea to start with PSM and then proceed to PSPO, unless you’re on a tight budget.
You can start taking our eLearning course and see if the topic is interesting to you. The first 30% of the course is free.
Our eLearning course on Scrum Product Ownership is fully aligned with the latest version of the PSPO exam and the Scrum Guide.
The course is equivalent to a 2-day classroom course (15 PDUs) and consists of 32 lessons. The lessons are kept short and relatively independent, so that busy professionals can easily take and finish the course with as little time as 15 minutes per day. Regardless, it’s self-paced, and you can decide how quickly or slowly you want to take the course without putting too much pressure on yourself. There are also Integrated Flashcards throughout the course.
Here’s the list of lessons:
We are not affiliated with Scrum.org and this course is not endorsed by them.
Welcome to the first lesson of this course!
Below you can find the video lesson. In case you’d like to change the speed or quality of the video, the settings are on the bottom right corner of the video.