Your Faqs for EKIPA



1. What kind of Scrum training does Ekipa provide?

Ekipa offers Scrum training around the world, in both public and private settings, to advance participants’ understanding and practice of Scrum.

They include:

Private Courses and Coaching Services – Ekipa trainers are available for on-site courses and mentoring that can be tailored to an organization’s unique needs in their agile transformation.

Scrum Crash Course(Public and Private) – This is a two-day course on the principles and practices of Scrum. This course is a requirement for
Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) certification.

Web Based Training – This is a series of interactive self-paced training modules which covers the basics of Scrum and clarifies the purpose of Scrum’s different meetings.

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2. How do I receive Professional Scrum Master (PSM) Certification from

The best way to pass the PSM I exam, is to completely learn the Scrum framework, and deeply understand it. Memorizing doesn’t help. Having a deep understanding helps you answer questions you’ve never seen before correctly. So, if you see “xyz should be abc”, ask yourself why; ask what happens if it’s not that way; ask yourself how this rule is connected to all other rules, and how they create a concrete whole.

Ekipa offers a 2 Day Scrum Training that helps you in your PSM Certification journey.

3.What makes Ekipa’s training unique?

Ekipa’s Trainers are well known thought leaders in the Scrum community who speak regularly at industry conferences and contribute content to leading agile journals and publications. For more information on Ekipa Trainers, visit their blogs to read more about their thoughts on Scrum: or read their profiles at

4.Do I need to be practicing Scrum already to take the public courses?

No. Course attendees come from a variety of experience levels with Scrum. We find that people take the course for a variety of reasons, for example:

Their organization is moving to Scrum / Agile
They want to kickstart success in their Scrum projects.
They want to learn advanced agile/scrum strategies so that they can change roles or advance in their careers.
They want to refresh their skills.
They want to work with experts to help move through impediments they are facing in their Scrum transformations.

5.Who is the Scrum Crash Course designed for?

This is a two-day course intended for anyone involved in the Scrum development process: i.e. developers, project managers, architects, technology consultants, business analysts, ScrumMasters, and Product Owners. Other functional stakeholders thatwork with Scrum technical teams also find the course valuable (executives, sales/marketing, finance, HR).