The Certified Scrum Master (CSM) credential is an internationally recognised and respected certification awarded by the Scrum Alliance.

It is a valued credential for entry-level Scrum Masters who are looking to begin their career journey as a Scrum Master, and it is a valued credential for experienced Scrum Masters that are looking to enter the next phase of their apprenticeship journey.

If you want to join the Advanced Certified Scrum Master course, and achieve the certification, you will need a minimum of a Certified Scrum Master credential with 1 full year of experience working as a Scrum Master within a scrum environment.

So, the CSM credential acts as a stepping stone to more advanced certifications down the line and is the very starting point of your career as a Scrum Master.

CSM Job Applications

In most instances, a CSM or equivalent certification is the minimum entry-level requirement to land a job as a Scrum Master.

The Certified Scrum Master certification is respected within the Agile community as well as by recruiters around the world. It is by far the oldest, most respected credential in the world with a little over 1 million Scrum Masters having achieved certification.

Scrum Alliance provide you with a badge certification for the CSM and verify your certification online for as long as you are a fully paid member of the Scrum Alliance.

The Scrum Alliance website also allows you to update your resume and details for potential job opportunities that may come from recruiters who visit their website. You can also earn points based on your resume, events that you attend, extended learning that you do and work experience.

If you would like to become a Scrum Master, visit our Certified Scrum Master course page.

Frequently Asked Scrum Master Questions

 Frequently asked Training and Certification questions

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