Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO)

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Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO) course is aimed at practicing Product Owners, looking at growing skills and knowledge in areas such as stakeholder identification and management,collaboration techniques, scaling and advanced product backlog management. This certification focuses on how best practices can be applied to grow a Product Owner’s knowledge and skills to define and operate in a more Agile product based organisation driven by product outcomes and metrics, supported by results driven approaches.

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A-CSPO Certification Course Overview

You’re a Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO®) who’s focused on increasing business value and optimising the Product Backlog to understand how to perform the best job possible for important stakeholders. Obtaining your Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO®) Certificate is the next stage in your Agile journey.

Through the A-CSPO, you’ll learn to:

Our Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO) training session is a two-day learning experience for Certified Scrum Product Owners with at least one year of experience who want to learn how to manage many business opportunities and interact effectively with a variety of stakeholders. The A-CSPO programme is the second phase in the Scrum Alliance Path to CSP programme, and it’s meant to expand on your past knowledge and expertise while also honing your abilities so you can increase your outreach and collaborate with your development team(s) more effectively.

The lesson is delivered in a highly interactive and collaborative approach, with parts of lecture, classroom discussion, exercises, games, and simulations seamlessly interspersed throughout.

  • Product definition and organisational impact.
  • A deep dive into the Product Owner’s role and implementation techniques.
  • Mapping and working with Stakeholders.
  • Neuroscience-based collaboration techniques.
  • Group facilitation techniques.
  • Scaling approaches and patterns(e.g. SAFe, LeSS).
  • Managing dependencies or reducing/removing dependencies between teams.
  • Visualising dependencies between teams.
  • Large-scale participatory meeting formats.
  • Cognitive bias that influences individual and Product decision making.
  • Vision to value.
  • Identifying target markets and assessing problem/solution fit as well as product market fit.
  • Exploring user jobs to be done.
  • Where to start with a Product – push v’s pull.
  • Creating Product tests.
  •  Using marketing and prototypes to get early feedback to drive product study.
  • Quantifying value and return on investment.
  • Comparative cost of delay.


Participants with at least one year of experience as a Product Owner will be able to become an Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner after completing the course (A-CSPO).


Participants may claim 14 Project Management Institute (PMI) Professional Development Units (PDUs) which can be applied to Project Management Professional (PMP) and PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) certifications.

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Syllabus for the Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO)​ course offered by the Scrum Alliance


  • Examining the Product Owner Role
  • Working with Stakeholders
  • Working with the Development Team
  • Product Ownership with Multiple Teams 


Learning Objectives: 

Describe why you value product ownership, and understand at least 3 techniques for interacting with stakeholders over the course of several sprints. Find out why the Product Owner needs to be careful not to build up technical debt. Choose at least two methods for managing, decreasing, or visualising dependencies.


  • Developing Practical Product Strategies
  • Advanced Product Planning and Forecasting 


Learning Objectives:

Learn how product strategy is operationalized over time in an Agile Organization through a practical example. Develop a product roadmap and practise at least one approach for communicating and visualising product strategy. 


  • Customer Research
  • Product Discovery 


Learning Objectives:

Learn how to connect teams with users and consumers directly, and put at least two product discovery techniques into practise.


  • Effective Business Value Delivery
  • Sprint Review
  • Validate Assumptions
  • Target Customer Hypothesis 


Learning Objectives:

Discover how to compare at least 2 techniques for validating assumptions and test out at least one method to include validating assumptions in the Scrum framework. Develop a plan to test at least one hypothesis and develop at least two hypotheses for a target audience.


  • Differentiating Outcome and Output
  • Defining Value
  • Ordering Items
  • Advanced Product Backlog Refinement  


Learning Objectives: 

Learn how to use at least two methods to organize and filter a product backlog to fit with goals or strategies for the product and show how the product owner can make sure that enough items on the backlog are “ready” for the upcoming sprint.


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Certified Scrum Product Owners with at least one year of experience as a Product Owner should take the A-CSPO course. This is an excellent chance to advance your knowledge of Agile Product Management concepts and practises while also taking the next step toward becoming a Certified Scrum Professional.

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Once you’ve completed the registration procedure, you’ll be given access to digital reference resources that will help you continue your learning journey.

Our A-CSPO training is live and is available in Live Instructor-Led Virtual Training formats.

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The course takes 2 or 3 days of online virtual class with 6 to 8 hours each day depending on the batch selected.

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To become an Advanced CSPO, you must have a valid CSPO® certification from Scrum Alliance®, as well as at least one year of experience in the role of Product Owner.

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Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO)​ Certification and Training FAQs

Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) is a professional designation offered by the Scrum Alliance. CSPOs are experienced product owners who have demonstrated a deep understanding of Scrum principles and practices. Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owners are often sought out by organizations as they provide a high level of expertise in product management. CSPOs work with their team to ensure that the product backlog is well-defined and prioritize features to maximize value delivery. In addition, Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owners are responsible for communicating the vision of the product to the development team and stakeholders. Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owners typically have extensive experience in product management and are well-versed in Agile methodology. 

Step 1: Sign up for a Skillier Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner® training.

Step 2: Attend the 2-day A-CSPO course and learn from our Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainers®, who are the best, most qualified, and most respected Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainers® (CSTs).

Step 3: Upon successful completion of the course, Scrum Alliance will provide you a link to create your profile and accept the License Agreement. There is currently no exam available for the A-CSPO certification.

Step 4: Go to Scrum Alliance’s website and click the link to establish your own profile and accept the licence agreement.

Step 5: Scrum Alliance will award you the A-CSPO® certification and a two-year membership when you accept it.

On completion of the A-CSPO course you can expect to improve or develop your: 

  • Analytical Skills 
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Technical Skills 
  • Decision-Making 
  • Project Management Skills 
  • Collaboration Skills 
  • Product Vision 
  • Creativity 
  • Domain Knowledge 
  • Leadership and Management 
  • Product Development 

Anyone can attend the course, however, to attain the A-CSPO certification you require:

  • The A-CSPO course is open to anybody with a current or expired Scrum Alliance Certified Certified Product Owner® (CSPO) certification.
  • One year of work experience relevant to the product owner job (or similar) in the last 5 years.


This course is best suited for:  

  • Certified Scrum Product Owners (CSPOs) 
  • Product Managers 
  • Scrum Masters 
  • Managers 
  • Agile Team Members 
  • Executives 
  • Business Analyst 
  • Product Analyst 
  • Product Owners 
  • Directors 
  • Project Managers 
  • Strategy Analysts 
  • Pre-Sales 
  • CXOs 
  • Marketing Managers 
  • Program Managers 

Once you have achieved the A-CSPO certification, you can further enhance your Agile leadership skills by pursuing the following credentials:

Certified Scrum Professional®-Product Owner(CSP-PO) Training 

Scrum Alliance, a world-renowned organisation dedicated to helping professionals, leaders, and companies embrace agile by understanding its principles, procedures, and values, offers the A-CSPO certification.

You will not be able to obtain A-CSPO certification until you complete the course in accordance with Scrum Alliance guidelines.

Yes, you will receive a course completion certificate on successfully completing the course.

To earn the A-CSPO certification, you must complete all educator-designed components of the approved educational offering and attend 16 hours of training with a Certified Scrum Alliance Trainer (CST®). This could involve work done before and after the course to meet the learning objectives.

After passing the course, you will be able to get your A-CSPO certification as soon as you agree the Scrum Alliance License Agreement.

No, the fact that the course was taken online will not appear on your certificate. It will have the same appearance as the physical certificates.

We only employ lectures to introduce the essential vocabulary and concepts in our A-CSPO course, which emphasises on engaging interaction. The majority of class time is devoted to enjoyable activities, interesting conversations, and teamwork. We concentrate on practical solutions to real-world product challenges, based on decades of Agile expertise.

The course schedule or study plan, workbooks, and all applicable assignments, evaluations, or case studies make up the course material.

Our seminars are currently done online, and anyone with a reliable internet connection from anywhere in the world can participate and earn their A-CSPO certification.You can check out the schedules here.

We will send you a registration link to your email address. You can create an account, log in, and begin your immersive learning experience.

If you miss a class, you can watch recordings if the Scrum Alliance and the CST have agreed to allow recordings. There will also be a 10- to 12-minute summary of the prior lesson at the start of each session.

Yes, there will be other people in the class who will actively participate in it from afar. They can participate in online training from the comfort of their own office, home, or any other convenient location.

 As an A-CSPO®, you will learn how to:

  • Manage a number of business efforts from various stakeholders.
  • Order and expedite product backlog items.
  • Create a clear vision for your product.
  • To achieve alignment with various stakeholder groups, communicate effectively.
  • Recognize the required options and avoid wasting time.
  • Define and verify the worth of a business.
  • Boost your authority as a product expert

The main topics that are covered in the A-CSPO training are as follows:

  • The persona of a Product Owner
  • Product Owner Patterns and Anti-Patterns
  • Creating a Product Vision
  • Product Owner as a Facilitator
  • Dealing with Stakeholders and Stakeholders Segmentation
  • Defining Product Strategy
  • Understanding Product Discovery Techniques
  • Making Product Roadmaps
  • Defining Business Value
  • Customer and User Segmentation
  • Creating and validating product hypothesis
  • Testing Product Assumptions
  • Creating a Customer Journey Map
  • Product Owner working with Development Team
  • Dealing with Technical Debt
  • Value of Development Practices
  • Product Owner curating Product Backlog
  • Assessing Product Backlog Refinement
  • Scaling Scrum
  • Large Group Facilitation – Practicing World Cafe

Upon successful completion of the A-CSPO® online certification training course workshop, the learner will be able to:

  • Over the course of several Sprints, demonstrate the approaches for interacting with stakeholders.
  • Describe when should the Product Owner not serve as a facilitator for the stakeholders
  • Demonstrate the techniques of facilitative listening.
  • To start a discussion, explain how to use the alternatives.
  • Describe how to help stakeholders reach a final conclusion.
  • Explain why the Product Owner should be wary of building up technical debt.
  • Describe how the Product Owner engages with the Development Team to maximise the value flow.
  • Recognize the many ways to Scrum scaling.
  • Determine which strategies can be used to visualise, manage, or reduce dependency.
  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of feature and component teams.
  • Practice the methods for determining the goal or defining the plan.

The product owners will continue to own the product. With the experience of building great products, one can continue to grow into the following job roles:

  • Director of Product
  • Head of product
  • Vice-president of Product
  • Chief Product Officer
  • Entrepreneur

You’ll discover how to increase a Scrum Team’s engagement and dedication, as well as your position in a scaling environment. In summary, you’ll be able to deal with complicated situations and take your Scrum team to the next level after completing this programme!


  • Product Owner core competencies : In-depth analysis of your Product Owner role
  • Advanced Product & Strategy: How do you work with a product strategy, and how does it change as the Agile process progresses?
  • Customers and Users: Discover how to illustrate and express a product’s strategy, features, and assumptions.
  • Advanced Product Assumption Validation: Investigate a variety of Product Assumption Validation methods.
  • Advanced Product Backlog: learn how to optimise output while minimising output

Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO)​ Certification & Exam FAQ's

You earn 16 PDUs by participating in Skillier’s A-CSPO training program.  

The Cost of A-CSPO certification renewal is $175.

Yes, the A-CSPO certification fee is included in Skillier’s training fee.

The Scrum framework continues to improve as a consequence of the interaction and contributions of those who share their ideas and practical experiences in the workplace. Scrum Alliance emphasises the learning process and demands you to take steps to stay current on the latest Scrum best practises, tools, and approaches.


Renewal of your certification verifies your Scrum expertise and indicates your commitment to the Scrum community’s growth and evolution.

The A-CSPO certification is valid for two years from the date of acquisition. When your certificate’s validity is due to expire, Scrum Alliance will send you a reminder. You must pay $175 and earn 20 SEUs to renew your certification.

According to current Scrum Alliance guidelines, there is no exam requirement for achieving an A-CSPO certification at present time. After successfully completing the two-day training led by a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer® (CST®), you will get the Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO) certificate.

The course fee covers the cost of the Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner® certification for the first two years.

Every two years, the A-CSPO certification must be renewed. You must pay $175 to extend your accreditation for another two years from the current expiration date. Log in to, navigate to your dashboard, and select the ‘Renew Certification’ option under the heading ‘Actions’ to renew your Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner certification.

PDUs and SEUs are two different types of credits that Scrum Alliance offers to its members. PDUs, or Professional Development Units, are credits that can be earned by attending Scrum Alliance-approved events, such as conferences, workshops, and webinars. PDUs can be earned through activities such as coaching Scrum teams, presenting at conferences, and authoring Scrum-related articles.


SEUs, or Scrum Educational Units, are credits that can be earned by taking Scrum Alliance-approved courses, such as online courses and instructor-led courses. Scrum Alliance members can use these credits to maintain their membership status and/or to apply for Scrum Alliance certification programs. SEUs are earned through a variety of activities, including attending Scrum Alliance events, reading Scrum-related books and articles, and participating in online courses.

You need to record your experience in your Scrum Alliance profile in order to claim the A-CSPO® Certification. There is no additional verification required.

Passing the Scrum Alliance’s Advanced Product Owner certification test is not required for the A-CSPO badge.

The A-CSPO accreditation body is the Scrum Alliance and there is no exam for A-CSPO certification.

Additional FAQ's

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Scrum Alliance does not recommend that the Product Owner and Scrum Master roles be performed by the same person. They believe that having separate individuals in these roles helps to keep the team focused and moving forward. Having the Scrum Master act as a “servant leader” can also be helpful in keeping the team on track and ensuring that everyone is working towards the same goal. However, they do recognize that there may be circumstances where it makes sense for one person to fill both roles. Ultimately, it is up to the team to decide what arrangement will work best for them.

Agile product development is an iterative process that values customer feedback and collaboration over bureaucratic processes. The goal of agile product development is to produce high-quality products that meet the needs of customers and end-users. Agile teams typically use a scrum framework to organize their work. In a scrum, team members work together to complete a sprint, which is a set period of time during which they deliver a finished product or component. At the end of each sprint, the team reflects on what went well and what could be improved. This feedback is used to plan for the next sprint. Agile product development is often used in software development, but it can be applied to any type of product development.

In Agile organizations, the Product Owner is responsible for the product backlog and works with the development team to prioritize features. The Product Owner aligns the team with the stakeholders and ensures that everyone is working towards the same goals. In scrum, the Product Owner is a member of the scrum team and attends sprint planning, stand-ups, and retrospectives. The Product Owner is also responsible for Acceptance Criteria and representing the voice of the customer. To be a successful Product Owner, you need to have a deep understanding of the product, the market, and the customers. You also need to be able to prioritize and make decisions quickly. Many organizations choose  to certify their Product Owners through organizations like Scrum Alliance (CSPO).

Agile scrum is a popular methodology for developing and managing software products. The Agile approach emphasizes iterative development, constant feedback, and close collaboration between team members. Scrum is a specific Agile methodology that uses short development cycles, called sprints, to deliver features incrementally. The product owner is responsible for the product backlog, which contains all of the user stories that need to be implemented. The CSPO course is designed to train individuals in the role of product owner. The course covers topics such as Agile principles, scrum values, the product owner’s responsibilities, and how to effectively manage the product backlog. The Advance-CSPO course builds on these foundations and provides more advanced training on Agile scrum.

As the Agile Manifesto states, “The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams.” In other words, Agile methodology empowers developers to work together to create the best possible product. This is why a product owner does not need to have technical knowledge; instead, they need to be able to communicate effectively with the development team and stakeholders. Of course, having some basic understanding of how Agile and scrum work can be helpful. However, the most important qualification for a product owner is the ability to see the big picture and make decisions that will help the team meet their objectives. With this in mind, anyone can be a successful product owner, regardless of their technical expertise.

Scrum Alliance and Project Management Institute (PMI) offer two different types of educational units (PDUs and SEUs). Scrum Alliance recognizes PDUs and SEUs interchangeably, while PMI only recognizes PDUs. Scrum Alliance determines the value of a PDU/SEU by its content, not mandatory contact hours. Scrum Alliance offers three categories of education: workshops & conferences, online learning, and reading & research. One PDU/SEU is equal to one hour of learning in each category. For example, a half-day workshop would be worth four PDUs/SEUs. Scrum Alliance also allows for a maximum of 10% of your total PDUs/SEUs to come from reading & research.

Scrum Alliance is a nonprofit organization that provides the A-CSPO certification. The Scrum Alliance was founded in 2001 with the mission to “Transform the way work gets done.” Scrum Alliance is the largest professional membership organization for Scrum practitioners with over 500,000 members in more than 150 countries. Scrum Alliance offers training, certifications, resources, and networking opportunities to help individuals and organizations succeed with Scrum. Scrum Alliance’s A-CSPO certification (Certified Scrum Product Owner) is designed for product owners and Scrum practitioners who want to improve their skills and knowledge in product ownership. The course can be taken online or in person, and it covers topics such as product vision, product roadmap, product backlog, and release planning. After successfully completing the course and exam, Scrum Alliance members are granted the CSPO designation, which they can use to show potential employers that they have the knowledge and skills needed to be successful Scrum Product Owners.

Product managers and product owners both play important roles in bringing products to market. However, there are some key differences between these two positions. For one, product managers are typically responsible for the entire product lifecycle, from conception to launch to post-launch analysis. Product owners, on the other hand, tend to focus more on the development and delivery of the product itself. In addition, product managers usually have a team of people working under them, while product owners typically work independently. Finally, product managers typically report to upper management, while product owners usually report to the development team. Despite these differences, both product managers and product owners are essential to the success of any product.

Agile and Product Owner benefit an organization by providing a framework for developing and delivering products in a flexible and responsive way. The Agile approach breaks projects down into smaller iterations, or sprints, allowing for continuous delivery of value. This means that new features can be quickly implemented and feedback can be promptly integrated. The Product Owner role provides a focal point for product development, ensuring that all stakeholders are aligned with the project’s goals. In addition, the Product Owner is responsible for prioritizing the backlog of work, ensuring that the most important items are always being worked on. Together, these two roles help to ensure that products are delivered in a timely and efficient manner, providing considerable benefits to organizations.

The role of the product owner is to ensure that the product meets the needs of the customer. The product owner works with the development team to ensure that the product is being developed in the most efficient way possible and that it meets all the requirements of the customer. The product owner is also responsible for communicating with stakeholders and ensuring that they are kept up to date with the progress of the product. In many ways, the role of the product owner is similar to that of a business analyst. However, there are some key differences between the two roles. Business analysts tend to focus more on the technical aspects of a product, while product owners are more focused on the customer experience. Business analysts also typically work more closely with developers, while product owners work more closely with the stakeholders.

The term “agile” refers to a manner of approaching software development. Scrum is the most widely used Agile framework, alongside Kanban and Extreme Programming.

The term “agile” was coined in 2001 when the “Manifesto for Agile Software Development” was published. The authors included the Scrum framework’s two creators, as well as 15 others who contributed their thoughts on software development. During the development phase, the manifesto emphasises the significance of delivering products that consumers value early and often. In this way, what is offered can be changed fast throughout development based on user input. Developers must collaborate closely with one another as well as with their clients in order to achieve this.


Agile and Scrum are two software development approaches that share many similarities. Both Agile and Scrum emphasize the importance of collaboration, customer feedback, and frequent delivery of working software. However, there are some key distinctions between the two approaches. Agile is a general philosophy that can be applied to any software development project. Scrum, on the other hand, is a specific framework that provides a structure for implementing Agile principles. In other words, all Scrum projects are Agile, but not all Agile projects are Scrum. The main difference between Agile and Scrum is in their respective emphasis on process and people. Agile places more emphasis on the process of software development, while Scrum focuses more on the people.


Scrum provides a framework for approaching work with an Agile mindset. Despite its origins in software development, Scrum is characterised in a more broad manner. It’s also utilised in non-software domains, such as marketing. A self-organizing team can use the framework to complete tasks on a regular basis and in close collaboration. There will be multiple opportunities to check what has been generated thus far and to enhance the way the job is done during the development phase.

A-CSPO® – Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO®) who want to take their Scrum Product Owner skills to the next level should pursue the Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner® certification. As a Product Owner, you’ll work closely with the business to obtain product knowledge, make judgments about product backlog prioritisation, and contribute to the product’s vision. If you’re currently a Certified Scrum Product Owner®, earning your Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner® (A-CSPO®) certification is the next stage in your Agile journey. As an A-CSPO®, you’ll learn how to manage multiple business initiatives from competing stakeholders, order and express items for the Product Backlog, define a clear product vision, communicate effectively to achieve alignment with various stakeholder groups, recognise the necessary possibilities and avoid wasting time, define and validate business value, improve your credibility as a product expert, and so on.


CSPO® – The Certified Scrum Product Owner® credential is a good place to start if you’re new to project management. The Certified Scrum Product Owner® Program is for you if you want to improve your abilities and credibility in leading product development initiatives. The competencies of a successful Product Owner will be taught in this CSPO® online programme. You’ll discover how to produce quickly without sacrificing quality, how to work with Scrum teams to handle a product, how to order the product’s backlog while guaranteeing that the product is delivered, and more.

On the Scrum Team, the Product Owner is in charge of Product Management. They work in the field of product management. Market research, user research, business model design, and product development are all part of product management.

The A-CSPO programme is open to anyone interested in Product Management who wishes to advance as a Product Owner and get the necessary skills. The following job roles can greatly benefit from the A-CSPO training in terms of job role.

  • Business Analyst
  • Product Analyst
  • Product managers
  • Product Owners
  • Marketing Managers
  • Pre-Sales
  • User Experience Experts
  • Usability Engineers
  • Strategy Analysts
  • Directors
  • Program managers
  • Project managers
  • CXOs

In simple terms, a product owner is responsible for the success or failure of a product. They are the ones who decide what features the product should have and what direction it should take. In order to make these decisions, they must have a deep understanding of the market and the needs of their users. They must also be able to effectively communicate their vision to the rest of the team and ensure that everyone is working towards the same goal. In many ways, being a product owner is like being a CEO of a small company. You are ultimately responsible for your product’s success, but you cannot do it alone. You need to surround yourself with talented individuals and give them the guidance they need to succeed.



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