Scaled Professional Scrum Training by AgiliX

Scaled Professional Scrum® Training

Scaled Professional Scrum Training badgeThe Scaled Professional Scrum® (SPS) Training will show you how to launch, structure, staff, and manage a large agile or Scrum project. In this 2-day workshop you will organize and simulate a scaled software development project to learn the infrastructure, tools and practices needed for success. You will leave knowing how to scale Scrum in order to maximize the value of your software development initiative.

In SPS, you will be introduced to the Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) framework and walk through forming and managing a Nexus, the core development unit of SPS. This experience will help you understand the techniques, philosophies, and challenges that Ken Schwaber, Jeff Sutherland, and have learned through years of formulating and coaching scaled Scrum projects.

PST Cesario RamosProfessional Scrum Trainer®

The trainer for this course is Cesario Ramos, Certified LeSS Trainer and Professional Scrum Trainer at 


Nexus Framework

Nexus Scrum framework

Official Scaled Professional Scrum Certification

All participants who complete the Scaled Professional Scrum workshop receive a password to attempt the Scaled Professional Scrum® assessment (SPS). The industry-recognized SPS certification requires a minimum passing score on this rigorous assessment.

Register for the Scaled Professional Scrum Training

Please see our training calender for all our upcoming classes. This training is also available in-company 

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Agenda Scaled Professional Scrum Training

In this 2 day training the following topics are discussed:

  • Section 1: Nexus Introduction, Theory and Principles

    Predictive versus empirical approaches

    What is the Nexus

    Nexus roles, events, and artifacts

    Nexus integration team

    Nexus sprint retrospectives

    Related practices

  • Section 2: The Nexus in Action

    The Effect of dependencies

    Feature teams

    Nexus sprint planning

    Product backlog refinement in the Nexus

    Related practices

  • Section 3: Mapping the Nexus

    Reporting progress

    Improving performance

    Adding more teams

    Nexus health checks

    Related practices

  • Section 4: Agile Planning at Scale

    Determining a business model

    Driving a product backlog from a vision

    Value driven backlog creation.

  • Section 5: Nexus+, Scaling beyond Nexus

    Large scale development


    Scaling options

    Related practices.