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Professional Scrum Master II


A two day advanced Live Virtual Class for Scrum Masters:

- Are you ready to take the next step towards mastering Scrum?

- Let's deep dive into Professional Scrum and the role of the Scrum Master as a true leader who serves their organisation 


What will you learn?

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Refresh your understanding of Scrum as an empirical approach

Discuss the role of the Scrum Master as a servant leader and a "true leader who serves" the wider organ

What makes a great Product Owner and how we can best serve our Product Owners 

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How a Scrum Master facilitates team decisions, causes the removal of impediments and manages conflict

Liberating Structures and other facilitation techniques are used throughout the course​

And finally, you'll have the opportunity to demonstrate your learning by becoming a PSM II Professional Scrum Master

Why you should attend my PSM II Class!


Scrum Masters absolutely love this class.

I've had fantastic feedback from the Professional Scrum Master II Class. And as much as I'd like to take all the credit, most of that comes from you... the experienced Scrum Masters attending the class. The experiences, challenges and questions that you bring are what make this class the fantastic experience for everyone involved.


My job is to facilitate your learning, guide the discussion and where I can I'll give you the benefit of my experience with Scrum throughout the years but most students who attend this class just really enjoy deep diving into Scrum for two whole days.​

Professional Scrum Master II Training with Agile Skills

Interested in a deep dive into Professional Scrum?

Here are just some of my Trustpilot Reviews...

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Jan, 2021

Duncan is an adept trainer


Able to bring Scrum to life and apply it to the real world.

Lots of insights even for a seasoned professional.

Highly recommended!

Frequently Asked Questions


What language is the class delivered in?


What is the format?

This is a two day "Live Virtual Class"

Who is this course aimed at?

Scrum Masters with at least a few months experience serving a team.


What are the prerequisites for attending the course?

Experience of the Scrum Master role is a prerequisite as the course is very much student-led with students swapping their thoughts, insight and opinions from their experience as a Scrum Master.


What's included in the price?

The price includes 2 days live virtual training, up to two attempts at the PSM II Assessment and a 40% discount on the PSM III Assessment should you wish to attempt it. You can also claim 14 PMI PDU credits for attending the course.


How many people will be in the training?

At least 4 and usually no more than around 8 people to ensure maximum engagement for everyone who attends.


What time does the training run from and until?

Live Virtual Classes typically run from 9:00am - 5:00pm GMT/BST with lots of breaks and an hour for lunch.

How do I obtain the PSM II (Professional Scrum Master) Certification?

The course includes up to two free attempts at the PSM II on-line Assessment. You can take this in your own time. All you need is a computer with an internet connection and a web browser and the assessment password, which is supplied by after you have completed the course. It is an "open book" exam meaning you can have the Scrum Guide open and Google available but you need to answer 30 multiple choice questions in 90 minutes and the pass mark is 85%.


Students that attempt the assessment within 14 days but do not pass will be given a 2nd attempt at no additional cost.

Training Course Agenda

  • What makes an effective Scrum Master

  • How the Scrum Master supports the Scrum Team

  • How the Scrum Master supports the organisation

  • How to effectively communicate with leadership teams and management

  • Dealing with complexity and impediments

  • Measurement in Scrum and the effective use of metrics

  • Successful product delivery with Scrum

  • Facilitation techniques and which events they might be best suited to

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