SCRUM Facilitated


Snap Tech offers the popular, internationally recognized Scrum certifications through the SCRUMstudy examination body. Snap Tech is also a SCRUMstudy approved Authorized Training Partner (A.T.P.)

The Scrum framework is a standard agile delivery approach supported by the SBOK™ Guide, which is structured in such a way that it supports product and service development in all types of industries and in any type of project, programme or portfolio, irrespective of its complexity. The SBOK™ Guide is a standard guide for organizations and professionals who want to implement Scrum, or for those already using Scrum, who want to make improvements to their products, services or processes. It is intended as a reference and knowledge guide for both experienced Scrum practitioners or other product or service development professionals, as well as by persons with no prior experience or knowledge of Scrum or any other project delivery methodology.


Scrum was formulated as a faster, more flexible way to deliver the greatest value in the least amount of time. Scrum ensures transparency in communication and creates an environment of collective accountability and continuous progress. It relies on adaptive planning and iterative development and delivery. The primary focus of Scrum is on the value of people in getting the job done effectively.

Certification Hierarchy:

There is only a mandatory prerequisite for the Expert Scrum Master Certified (ESMC™). For the other Scrum certifications, the diagram below shows what the preferred (or optional) certifications are, in order to move to the next level.


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About Each Certification


 Scrum Fundamentals Certified (SFC™): This is a free course and certification tailored to help anyone interested in learning the basics of Scrum.


Scrum Developer Certified (SDC™): This certification is aimed at ensuring that Scrum Team members know enough about Scrum to effectively contribute to a Scrum project.


Scrum Master Certified (SMC™): This certification is for the Scrum Master who guides, facilitates, clear impediments, and teaches Scrum practices to everyone involved in the project, to ensure the Scrum processes are being followed.


Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC™): This certification is for the Product Owner who represents the interests of all stakeholders and is responsible for ensuring clear communication of requirements to the Scrum Team, defining Acceptance Criteria, and ensuring they are met.

Scrum Agile Master Certified (SAMC™): Within the rapid changes in technology, market demands, and expectations, SAMC™ has paved the way for the conceptualisation and implementation of different Agile methods and values.


Expert Scrum Master Certified (ESMC™): This certification is the next step for Scrum practitioners who wishes to further demonstrate their expertise in the Scrum methodology.

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Scrum Fundamentals Certified (SFC™) Scrum Developer Certified (SDC™) Scrum Master Certified (SMC™) Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC™) Scrum Agile Master Certified (SAMC™) Expert Scrum Master Certified (ESMC™)
  • Experience: Nil
  • Education: Nil
  • Experience: Nil
  • Education: Nil
  • Experience: Nil
  • Education: preferably SDC™ certified professional
  • Experience: Nil
  • Education: preferably SDC™ or SMC™ certified professional
  • Experience: Nil
  • Education: preferably SDC™ or SMC™ certified professional
  • Experience: 3 Years managing Scrum/Agile projects
  • Education: Should be SMC™, SAMC™, and SPOC™ Certified
RCUs N/A 25 RCUs 40 RCUs 40 RCUs 40 RCUs 60 RCUs
PDUs 10 Free PDUs 16 PDUs 16 PDUs 16 PDUs 24 PDUs 30 PDUs
Language  English  English  English  English  English  English
Exam Format
  • Multiple choice
  • 40 questions
  • 60 minutes
  • Online un-proctored exam
  • Multiple choice
  • 75 questions
  • 90 minutes
  • Proctored online exam
  • Multiple choice
  • 100 questions per exam
  • 120 minutes duration
  • Proctored online exam
  • Multiple choice
  • 140 questions per exam
  • 180 minutes duration
  • Proctored online exam
  • Multiple choice
  • 100 questions per exam
  • 120 minutes duration
  • Proctored online exam
  • Multiple choice
  • 200 questions per exam
  • 240 minutes duration
  • Proctored online exam
Certificate e-copy / soft copy e-copy / soft copy e-copy / soft copy e-copy / soft copy e-copy / soft copy e-copy / soft copy

Professional Development Units (PDUs)

PMI Category-C approved PDUs can be claimed for continuing certification requirements as set by PMI, to ensure that your certified professional competencies are up to date and relevant.

Re-Certification Units (RCUs)

Certified professionals need to participate in continuous learning activities to earn Re-Certification Units (RCUs) to maintain their credentials. Every certification requires the certified professional to earn a minimum number of RCUs every three years.

Proctored Online Exams

Live online proctored exams allow you to take your certification exams from the comfort of your home using a webcam and a reliable internet connection. All exams will be proctored live and videos of the exams will be recorded and reviewed. You will receive an email with the exam link, dates, and times for the exam, and you will receive your exam results immediately after you have submitted your completed exam.

You must have a webcam in working condition or you will not be able to take the test. The webcam must remain on during the test, and the video of your exam will be captured throughout the test. A working headphone or system microphone is also required to connect to the audio conference. The tests works with latest versions of Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox or other popular browsers. Ensure that you have the latest version.


Benefits stem from a greater focus on working with business stakeholders and delivering on time and within budget. The Scrum training offers an internationally recognized certification that will benefit the individual in modern day career development. Scrum processes are designed such that the people involved can:

  • Work at a sustainable pace that they can, in theory, continue indefinitely
  • Create an environment of introspection and learning, leading to innovation and creativity
  • Adapt and incorporate change to continuously and progressively improve deliverables
  • Have an open work environment through transparency and continuous feedback
  • Resolve problems faster due to collaboration between cross-functional teams
  • Have more regular reviews after creating deliverables to ensure effective deliverables to the customer
  • Minimize non-essential work, deliver iteratively and continuously in order to delivery value (ROI) early, ensuring that the highest value requirements of the customer are satisfied first


The Scrum Framework is described by the Principles, Processes and Aspects

  1. Introduction and Framework of Scrum
  2. Principles
  3. Organization
  4. Business Justification
  5. Quality
  6. Change
  7. Risk

8. Scrum Processes

  • Initiate
  • Plan and Estimate
  • Implement
  • Review and Retrospects
  • Release
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Scrum Fundamentals Certified (SFC™) Scrum Developer Certified (SDC™) Scrum Master Certified (SMC™) Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC™) Scrum Agile Master Certified (SAMC™) Expert Scrum Master Certified (ESMC™)
Anyone interested to know more about Scrum Anyone on a SCRUM Team or anyone who interacts with any Scrum Team Anyone who is interested in becoming a Scrum Master Anyone who interfaces with business stakeholders or works as a Product Owner in a Scrum project Anyone on a Scrum team Experienced Scrum Professional

Scrum Videos

This playlist of videos will provide you with some insights of what the full course will cover.

Access the Playlist Menu in the top left corner.

Video 1: Introduction to Scrum:

The Scrum Body of Knowledge or SBOK is a definitive guide for Scrum and the rules for the game! It is a compilation of the latest methods and best practices employed by its practitioners and experts.

Video 2: Overview of Scrum:

A Scrum project involves a collaborative effort to create a new product, service, or other result as defined in the Project Vision Statement. Scrum is one of the most popular Agile methodologies.

Video 3: History of Scrum:

In the mid 80’s, Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka defined a flexible and all-inclusive product development strategy where the development team works as a unit to reach a common goal.

Video 4: Why use Scrum:

What are the key benefits of using Scrum in any project. Scrum processes are designed to embrace change and are customer-centric.

Video 5: Scalability of Scrum:

Scrum can easily be scaled for effective use in large projects. In situations where the Scrum Team size exceeds ten members, multiple Scrum Teams can be formed to work on the project.

Video 6: Purpose of the SBOK™ Guide:

The Purpose of SBOK GUIDE is to create a necessary guide for organizations and project management practitioners who want to implement Scrum, as well as those already doing so who want to make needed improvements to their processes.

Video 7: Scrum Framework:

SBOK GUIDE is broadly divided into three key areas. They are principles, aspects, and processes. These principles are the chief guidelines for implementing Scrum

Video 8: How to use the SBOK™ Guide:

The SBOK guide is a reference and knowledge guide. It is used by experienced Scrum practitioners and other product and service developers as well as persons with no prior experience or knowledge of Scrum or other project management methodologies.

Video 9: Scrum Principles:

Scrum principles are the core guidelines for applying the Scrum Framework and should always be used in all Scrum projects.

Video 10: Scrum Aspects:

The five Scrum aspects that we will discuss in this module are Organization, Business justification, Quality, Change, and Risk. The various aspects of SCRUM must all be addressed and managed throughout a Scrum project.

Video 11: Scrum Processes:

Scrum processes address the specific activities and flow of a Scrum project. In total, there are 19 processes, which are grouped into 5 phases. These five phases describe each process in detail including the associated inputs, tools, and outputs.

Video 12: Scrum vs Traditional Project Management:

The main difference between traditional project management models and the Scrum framework is the way in which the project is handled. Traditional project management is based on processes, while Scrum asks for a change in mind-set with its focus on the people involved in the project.

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