Scrum Product Owner Certification Training & Two PSPO1 Exams

If you’ve been desperately looking for Scrum Product Owner Certification Training (PSPO1) And Practice Exam Questions and you are tired of taking courses with no examples, confusing curriculum, vague explanations, then enrolling and completing this program might be one of the best career decisions you’ve made this year.

…and before I tell you why let me first introduce myself…

My name is Vladimir Raykov and I’m a certified Product Owner (PSPO1)  and Scrum Master (PSM1) who works in a software development company. During the last year, I’ve been obsessed with learning and implementing the Scrum Framework.

As a result, I managed to pass the PSPO1 exam with a score of 98.8% (79 correct answers out of 80) on the first try. I’d love to share my experience and knowledge so you can achieve even better results (why not 100%?).

Currently, I teach over 60000 students and have received over 3000 positive reviews.


I designed this course for people who want to…

  • Add the PSPO1 Certification to their CV.

  • Master the Scrum Framework.

  • Refresh their Scrum Knowledge.

The course is complete and It leaves no room for failure.

By the end of it, you will feel confident in your Scrum Product Ownership knowledge.

In addition, you will have a perfect understanding of the Scrum Framework and its rules, roles, events, and artifacts.


Here is just a glimpse of what you will learn inside…

Section 1 – Introduction To Agile Principles & Scrum Overview

  • The difference between Adaptive & Predictive approaches to development

  • What is Scrum (a high-level overview)?

  • The 5 Scrum Values and what they mean in the real world

  • The Agile manifesto and the 12 Agile principles

  • The concepts of Iterative & Incremental Development

  • Agile Planning vs Waterfall Planning

  • The Agile Concept “Timeboxing” Explained

Section 2 – The Scrum Framework

  • The concepts of Cross-Functionality & Self-Organization

  • Characteristics of the Scrum Master Role

  • Characteristics of the Development Team Role

  • Characteristics of the Product Owner Role

  • The Sprint and its main purpose

  • Sprint Planning and answering the two questions – what & how

  • Daily Scrum (a key inspect & adapt meeting for the development team)

  • Sprint Review and why feedback is critically important

  • Sprint Retrospective (the driver of continuous improvement).

  • The concept of “feedback Loops”

  • The Product Backlog (The “Living” Artifact)

  • The Sprint Backlog (when does it emerge, who is responsible for it, what happens with the PBIs that are not complete)

  • The Increment (the relationship between the Increment and the Product Backlog, who decides to release it, in what condition should it be)

Section 3 – The Product Owner

  • The Product Vision and why it is important

  • Value (Financial & Societal) – The Most Important Topic For Any Product Owner

  • Evidence-Based Management (EBM) Guide And The 4 Key Value Areas Explained

    • Current Value (CV)

    • Unrealized Value (UV)

    • Time-to-Market (T2M)

    • Ability to Innovate (A2I)

  • The Difference Between Product & Project Management (Mental Shifts)

  • The 4 Attributes Of A Product Backlog Item (PBI).

    • Description

    • Estimation

    • Order

    • Value

  • Product Backlog Refinement (How The Product Owner & The Development Team Collaborate)

  • The Concept Of Readiness & Why Scrum Org Does Not Approve A Definition Of Ready

  • The Definition Of Done (Who Crafts It And Why? Is It Mandatory? Can it change?)

  • Story Points (Effort-based Units To Estimate The Size Of The PBIs)

  • Planning Poker (A Voting Technique That Eliminates The Psychological Bias Called Anchoring)

  • Information Radiators

    • Burndown Charts

    • Burnup Charts

  • The Cone Of Uncertainty (Beware When You Make Promises Regarding Project Completion)

  • Technical Debt (Any Product Owner MUST Know If They Can Pay The Debt Back…)

  • Code Refactoring

  • Continuous Integration

  • Releases Planning (What Should We Consider Before A Release?)

  • Scaled Scrum Explained (What Scrum org Believes In)

  • Component Teams vs Feature Teams

  • Types Of Contracts & Budgeting

  • And a lot more…

Section 4 – Scrum Example (The Agile Company Intelligent Web Solutions helps a Chiropractic Clinic Build a Conversion-Focused Website)

  • Introduction to the #1 software development tool used by Agile teams – JIRA

  • How to create a Product Backlog

  • How to create a Sprint Backlog

  • How to write User Stories

  • How to assign tasks

  • How to write the Sprint Goal

  • How to set the duration of a Sprint

  • An example of high-priority process improvement and how the Scrum Master resolves impediments

  • An example of Definition Of Done (plus updates)

  • An example of Acceptance Criteria

  • The difference between the Definition Of Done and Acceptance Criteria

Section 5 – Avoid Common Mistakes On The PSPO1 Exam

  • Top reasons why people fail the PSPO1 examination and solutions

  • Recommended Resources (Free Practice PSPO 1 Exams Included)

Section 6 – PSPO1 Practice Exams (A Total Of 160 High-Quality Questions)

  • Practice Exam #1 (80 Questions – 60 minutes – Passing Score 85%)

  • Practice Exam #2 (80 Questions – 60 minutes – Passing Score 85%)

  • [HIGHLY RECOMMENDED] You can take these exams multiple times as the questions and answers are randomized.


“I took this course after I took Vladimir’s PSM1 course and passed both exams with flying colors (90% and 93.7% respectively). Just like the PSM1 course, this course combines a wealth of knowledge about Scrum and Product Owner, with a laser sharp focus on the exam and what you need to pass it. If you are looking for a comprehensive and concise PSPO1 prep course, I would highly recommend this one!” – Boaz Harel

“This is my second course with Vladimir. The best of all is that he accents all important points, explains them and repeats again. So, there is no way that you will forget something important, or that you will slip it during the course. I can recommend this course to the ones who want to refresh their knowledge also, not just for passing the exam!Bojana Strezoska

“Vladimir Raykov is the best instructor on Udemy. Introspective, insightful, and inspiring come to mind when taking this course. If you’re not motivated after hearing him speak, I don’t know what will make you feel that way. I don’t say this about everyone but Vladimir Raykov clearly knows what he is talking about and I highly suggest people look at his other courses as well for more enlightenment 🙂” – Young In

I passed the PSM 1 certification on the first attempt! Vladimir’s course was brilliant and helped me to understand the key concepts required to answer some of the most complex questions in the exam.”Brook Chalmers

“I loved this course because it was “to the point” clear and understandable even for newbies to the agile concepts.You also get quizzes to test your abilities and plenty of real-life examples within the lectures. Finally, you can use the attached written summery to prepare.”Batsheva Steinvill Netanel


You can enroll now 100% risk-free because you receive 30 days, unconditional money-back guarantee.

If for any reason you are not satisfied (and that might be something as simple as you don’t like my accent) – no problem, you are one click away from a refund.

No hassle, no hard feelings!

Go ahead and click the “Buy Now” button right now and let’s awaken the Product Owner within almost instantly!


Legal Information and Disclaimer.

*Professional Scrumâ„¢, Professional Scrum Product Ownerâ„¢, Professional Scrum Masterâ„¢, PSM, PSM I, PSM 1, PSPO, PSPO I, PSPO 1, etc. is the protected brand of Scrum dot org.

The content of this course and practice exams are neither endorsed by nor affiliated with Scrum dot org.

Attribution and Use for The Scrum Guideâ„¢, Nexusâ„¢Guide, Evidence-Based Management Guide:

This course uses screenshots from the Scrum Guide, Nexusâ„¢ Guidem and Evidence-Based Management Guide to point the attention of the student to important concepts, ideas, rules, and practices.

The authors of the Scrum Guide are Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland.

The Nexus Guide is developed and sustained by Ken Schwaber and Scrum dot org

Evidence-Based Management was collaboratively developed by Scrum dot org, the Professional Scrum Trainer Community, the Engagement Manager community and Ken Schwaber and Christina Schwaber.

No changes have been made to the content of the Scrum Guide, the Nexus Guide, or the Evidence-Based Management Guide.

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