Scrum Developer Certified (SDC®)

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Dive into the fundamentals of Scrum methodology with Scrum Developer Certified (SDC®) Course, preparing developers and professionals to effectively contribute to Scrum projects and understand the basics of Scrum implementation.

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Scrum Developer Certified (SDC®)


Understand the principles and practices of Scrum methodology with Scrum Developer Certified (SDC®) Course, designed for developers and professionals interacting with Scrum Teams to effectively contribute to Scrum projects.


By the end of this course, leaner will be able to:

  • Gain a practical working knowledge of Scrum, including roles, meetings, and artifacts.
  • Prepare participants to contribute effectively to Scrum projects.
  • Equip participants to understand the basics of Scrum and its effective usage.
  • Prepare participants to pass the SDC® exam.
  • Develop an understanding of Scrum roles and responsibilities.


  • No formal prerequisite, but completing the Scrum Fundamentals Certified (SFC™) certification is recommended.
  • Free SFC™ training provided by SCRUMstudy™ or SCRUMstudy™ approved Authorized Training Partner (A.T.P.) is highly recommended.

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Scrum2024-03-03T15:38:28+05:30
  • Overview, principles, aspects, processes, advantages, and summary of Scrum.
Module 2: Scrum Roles2024-03-03T15:39:47+05:30
  • Core and non-core roles, including Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Scrum Team.
Module 3: Business Justification2024-03-03T15:40:30+05:30
  • Responsibilities of Scrum roles in business justification, factors determining business justification, and continuous value justification.
Module 4: Quality2024-03-03T15:41:19+05:30
  • Definition, acceptance criteria, quality management, planning, continuous integration, and quality control.
Module 5: Change2024-03-03T15:43:23+05:30
  • Change requests, managing change in Scrum, balancing flexibility and stability, and impact on sprint length.


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