Scrum Inc. Scrum Course FAQ

A: We also welcome organizations and individuals that support nonprofits in their work such as nonprofit consultants. We ask that you select the pricing tier that matches your business operating budget.

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A: In order to qualify to take the Scrum Inc. Scrum Master exam or Scrum Inc. Product Owner exam, you must be present for a minimum of 12 hours of the total 14 hours of instruction.

A: Once you have completed the full 14-hour course you will receive an email with an exam link in Scrum Lab through Scrum, Inc. You will have up to 60 days to complete this exam.

A: You have two attempts included as part of your course registration, after the second fail there is a $25 exam fee to take it for the third time. You must score 75% or higher to pass.

A: Yes! We can customize the delivery of an LSM or LSPO course to fit your organization’s needs. We encourage you to schedule a call with our team today to learn more and get your training scheduled.

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A: Yes! We offer a Scrum Basics for Nonprofits webinar, a 2-hour webinar that teaches you the basics of the Scrum framework in 2 hours from the comfort of your own office/desk. You can see the upcoming dates here. We also offer individual and group training and coaching sessions to help you learn the skills to become a Scrum Master or Product Owner. You can sign up via our Trainings page or reach out to our team to learn about customized options for you or your team.

A: Yes! You can take a combination course that reduces your course time due to the slight content overlap. You can learn more about the combination class (which also saves you some money!) here.

A: Absolutely! Scrum for one is a great framework and a way to improve your own work. We have worked with many professionals that are a team of one. 

A: One of the biggest differences is that we utilize as many nonprofit case studies as possible throughout the class so that you are seeing examples of the Scrum framework in use in a variety of nonprofit settings.