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Public Classes

Rebel Scrum’s Professional Scrum Training is backed by Scrum.org, the home of Scrum, founded by Ken Schwaber, the co-creator of Scrum. We offer a highly engaging, activity-based learning experience. Each course explores real-world challenges. It’s not just a lecture; it’s an experience where you learn through activities designed to provoke insights.

Public Class or Private Group Class: Which is for me?

Our public class offerings are designed for individuals like you. They offer a perfect balance of personalized attention and group dynamics. With typical group sizes ranging from 4 to 8 individuals, you'll benefit from a supportive environment where everyone can thrive together.

But in the end, it’s up to you. Choose a public course with attendees from multiple organizations, or contact me to schedule a private group training. Either way, I’d love to help you and your team expand your skills, get certifications for your resume, and get better at your day job with individual training. 


Click on each course below to view upcoming classes or view our full schedule to see all upcoming courses

What if there are a few of us from the same company?

If you have a few people at your organization who would like to enhance their Scrum skills, you may wonder if you should sign up for a public course or private group training. The answer, of course, is… it depends. Small groups are welcome to attend public or private classes. Here are a couple of tips to consider.

Groups 2-4

Groups under four should consider taking one of my public classes. One of the benefits of a public class is that you can hear the questions that come up from other organizations. You can listen to their stories and learn from their experiences. It’s a valuable experience to talk with your peers at different organizations.

Groups 5+

Consider signing up for private group training when you have five or more individuals from the same organization who need training. The benefit of scheduling a custom group class is that we can explore questions specific to your organization. We can also schedule a class at your convenience.

Scaled Professional Scrum

Learn to Scale Scrum using the Nexus framework.
  • Learn how to launch, structure, organize, and manage many Agile teams.

  • Streamline communications and eliminate dependencies.

Professional Agile Leadership Essentials (PAL-E)

Enhance organizational maturity and grow Agile teams.
  • Recognize and grow Agile maturity.

  • Learn why leading organizations are choosing Agile.

Applying Professional Scrum (APS)

Scrum 101 for those new to Scrum. 
  • Learn the accountabilities, artifacts, and events of Scrum.

  • Practice using Scrum as part of a team.

Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK)

Improve the flow of work and deliver value sooner.​
  • Improve the workflow within the Scrum team.

  • Learn how limiting work in progress helps you deliver value sooner.

Professional Product Owner - Advanced (PSPO-A)

Learn about the stances of the Product Owner, from experimenter to customer service.
  • Advanced techniques to take your Product Vision to the next level.

  • Exposure to tools and templates to maximize product value.

Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) 

Product Owner's role in the Scrum framework.
  • Learn how the Product Owner delivers value to the organization.

  • Learn to create a Product Vision and Product Goal.

Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II)

Eight stances of a practical Scrum Master: servant leader to change agent. 
  • Enhance your skills as an expert Scrum Master.

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    Engage in immersive activities exploring the Scrum Master accountability.

Professional Scrum Master (PSM)

Learn the why behind the Scrum framework. 
  • In-depth understanding of Scrum principles, roles, and mechanics.

  • A deeper dive into the Scrum events.

  • Enhance your skills as a Scrum Master.

Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills (PSFS)

Use the right facilitation tools to enhance your team's creativity.
  • Practice liberating structures to organize Scrum team conversations.

  • Create meaningful Retrospectives.

Evidence-Based Management

Make smarter decisions when you measure what matters
  • Learn about the importance of goals and incremental delivery.

  • Learn about measuring what matters to drive better decision-making.

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