Professional Scrum Trainer Application

We expect PSTs to have a breadth of experience on and supporting Scrum Teams with real depth in at least one accountability, and to have experienced many challenges as well as real success with Scrum.

Click on your name in the top right of any webpage, access My Profile, ensure that you have required assessments completed associated on your profile, and paste URL here. Reach out to if you have multiple profiles that need to be combined.

You can select multiple languages with the Command or Windows key.

Names and email addresses for two people who can validate your Scrum experience listed below.

Highlight your BREADTH of experience with a brief list of your experience with Scrum. Example: February 2020, to November 2021: Scrum Master at ACME for ~25 Sprints spread across two teams. November 2021 to March 2022: Product Owner at Studio Inc for XXX Product for ~10 Sprint with one 1 team

Share a few stories that show how you meet the experience prerequisites for becoming a PST. Highlight a range of challenges your teams have faced as well as the improvement opportunities you took advantage of based on what you learned. In each story briefly describe the situation, include one or two actions you took (be specific), what others did, the outcomes, and connect the story to something you want students to learn in relation to Professional Scrum. Range of 1500-2000 words encouraged for this section.

Things to address: What was the starting point? What were the results (and how were they measured)? How specifically did Scrum help enable this success? What was your involvement? Range of 250-500 words encouraged for this section.

Sample answer: Delivered 10+ half-day Agile Fundamentals courses to 100+ students total. About half of these were in person. Delivered 5 one-day courses on x topic to 50 students total, virtually. Key techniques I use include…. Range of 50-200 words encouraged for this section.

If there is any additional information you would like to share, please enter it here. This could include articles, mentions in media, videos of teaching or speaking engagements, etc.