Accreditation of Practice for

Scrum Masters

For Scrum Masters that want to demonstrate their proficiency beyond their participation on trainings. The Agile Coaches Alliance Scrum Masters Accreditation of Practice accredits the practical experience of Scrum Masters based on evidence an proper understanding of Scrum an the accountabilities of an Scrum Master.
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Why to pursue an accreditation of practice?

Recognition and Credibility

Accreditation validates your practical experience and proficiency as a Scrum Master, providing external recognition and increasing your credibility within the industry. It demonstrates your commitment to professional growth and continuous learning.

Enhanced Marketability

Being accredited sets you apart from others in the job market. It increases your chances of securing exciting job opportunities and career advancement, as organizations often prioritize candidates with recognized credentials.

Expanded Knowledge and Skills

Through the accreditation process, you will deepen your understanding of the Scrum Master role, gain insights into best practices, and acquire new skills. This knowledge enables you to effectively guide and support Scrum teams, drive agility, and navigate complex projects.

Networking and Community

Accreditation connects you with a community of like-minded professionals, giving you access to valuable networking opportunities. Engaging with peers and experienced Agile Coaches allows for knowledge sharing, collaboration, and continuous improvement.

Continuous Professional Development

Accreditation is not just a one-time achievement. It represents an ongoing commitment to professional growth. By maintaining your accreditation, you stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends and developments, ensuring your skills remain relevant in a rapidly evolving Agile landscape.

Guidance and Mentorship:

During the one-on-one call with a highly qualified Agile Coach, you can receive personalized guidance and mentorship tailored to your specific needs and goals. The coach can provide insights, answer questions, and offer valuable advice based on their extensive experience in the field.

Course Lessons


At least 2 years of experience as a Scrum Master

Demonstrate at least 2 years of experience as a Scrum Master based on evidence (contract, pictures, recommendations ..).

Scrum Knowledge

Answer 2 questions related to general Scrum knowledge (according to Scrum guide).

Training capabilities

Provide evidence of at least 1 training activity.

Able to mentor others

Provide evidence of at least 1 Mentoring excercise. 

Facilitation skills

Provide evidence of at least 1 event Facilitation (single team and multiteam)

Able to evoque transformation

Provide evidence of at least 1 team or individual improvement process.

Demonstrate servant leadership

Showcase 1 Case study description of Serving Devs, Serving a PO or Serving and Organization.

Continuous improvement mindset

Share your self improvement goals as a Scrum Master.
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