Aimed at software developers working in a Scrum environment, the Certified Scrum Developer® (CSD®) course and certification can be a gamechanger in today’s competitive world. This credential validates your understanding of core Scrum knowledge, and demonstrates your expertise in using the tools and techniques that must be applied to build software in the incremental fashion advocated by Scrum.
CyberBahn’s two-day CSD training course, led by Scrum Alliance-approved CSD educators, helps you earn the Certified Scrum Developer credential that will set you apart from your peers. The coursework combines theoretical knowledge and practical skills, fine-tuning your capabilities to make you a better practitioner of Scrum and Agile development.
Equip yourself with the CSD credential holder, and demonstrate your expertise in the tools and techniques that can be used to build software in an incremental and iterative fashion.
Previous attendees of this course include (but are not limited to) these roles:
Lean, Agile, and Scrum
Collaboration and Team Dynamics
Architecture and Design
Test Driven Development
Here’s what you will get:
After completion of the course, you could apply for 16 Scrum Educational Units (SEUs) and 16 Professional Development Units (PDUs).
The 2022 State of Agile Report shows that Scrum is, by far, the most dominant framework in Agile, and was found to be used by 87% of survey respondents. Scrum is known to accelerate time-to-market, drive predictable deliveries of high value products and services, and lower risks. As such, having a Scrum certification that is globally recognized can prove your expertise to prospective employers, and validate your capability of making significant contributions to the software development team.
One of the most in-demand certifications, the Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) certification from Scrum Alliance is highly beneficial for your career growth. You can expand your career opportunities by staying relevant and marketable across all industry sectors adopting Agile practices.
You will also become a member of the international community of recognized Scrum experts and can gain from their immense knowledge, experience, and expertise.
Your CSD certificate is valid for two years. To maintain your certificate in good standing, you must earn20 Scrum Educational Units (SEUs), and pay a renewal fee of $100 every two years. Learn more about how to earn and register SEUs at this link.
Yes, the registration fee includes the CSD certification fee.
You can earn up to 16 PDUs by attending the 2-day CSD training program.
The Project Management Institute (PMI) ® issues Professional Development Units (PDUs) to the candidate after the completion of any certification course. They are given to recognize the participation of the professional and to authenticate the knowledge of the principles and practices taught. To hold your certification from PMI, you should earn a particular number of PDUs every three years.
PDUs recognize your dedication to the global Project Management community. They are required for recertification and to maintain your PMI credential in good standing. You can learn more about PDUs here.
You can earn up to 16 SEUs by attending the 2-day CSD training program.
SEUs, or Scrum Educational Units, are credits that you can get by spending time on practicing and studying Scrum. Each hour that you spend reading Scrum articles, volunteering, attending Agile events, and taking courses , amounts to one SEU. Scrum Alliance requires that you add a specific number of SEUs before you can renew your certification every two years.
After completing the CSD course, you can go on to undertake the A-CSD course from Scrum Alliance.Your suggested path with Scrum Alliance could be as below: