Renewing your certification – One way

1. Introduction

Here is the simplest way to renew your Scrum Alliance certification. I think.

I understand this follows Scrum Alliance rules and so forth.  But if you are in doubt, send an email to support@scrumalliance.org.  They are the final authority.

2. Situation

a. You have one or more Scrum Alliance certifications.

b. AND, you got at least one of those certifications from us.

c. And your main goal is to renew quickly and easily and relatively cheaply.  (Another goal might be to expand your knowledge or abilities.)

3. Renewal rule

If you (re)take any Scrum Alliance certification course, then it renews ALL the certifications you currently have.

For example, if you have a CSM and A-CSM, and you re-take the CSM, then it renews both certifications, and they are renewed for 2 years. (They do not expire for another 2 years.)

Note Well: In this approach there is no need to discuss SEUs.  Irrelevant in this case.

4. What LeanAgileTraining offers – “Refresh”

We can of course take a new course with us, at the normal prices.

AND we currently offer the “refresh” option.

If you have taken the course with us before, you can re-take the same certification course (16 hours) for $200 (if Online) or $250 (if in-person).  Plus the $50 Scrum Alliance “upload” fee (which covers your 2 year membership).

If you re-take a CSM course, you do NOT have to take (re-take) the CSM Text.

Again, you can only “refresh” for those courses (or workshops) you have taken already, with us.

5. Are there other methods to renew Scrum Alliance certification?

Yes, of course. These are discussed in other blog posts, and at ScrumAlliance.org.

People often choose this refresh option, because it is quick, easy and relatively inexpensive.  And they get to “re-remember” the course.  Sometimes said as: “I get to re-center on what Scrum really is.”

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Contact us to “refresh” or if you have further questions.

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