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Certified Scaled Scrum Master (SSMC )


The SSMC™ is an advanced level certification for professionals who are working or are interested in working as Head Scrum Masters, Program Scrum Masters, or Portfolio Scrum Masters.

The purpose of this certification is to confirm that candidates have sufficient experience to coordinate and facilitate the work of multiple Scrum teams at the project, program and portfolio levels.

Exam Format

  • Multiple choice

  • 70 questions for the exam

  • 90 minutes long

  • Online exam with supervision

  • Two free retakes


  • It is mandatory to complete SMC™ certification before applying for SSMC™ certification.

Maintenance of Certification

  • Take the SSMC™ recertification exam every 3 years or get any certification

Audience Profile

  • It is highly recommended for anyone interested in working as a Scrum Chief
    Master, Program Scrum Masters or Portfolio Scrum Masters.


  • EAD - asynchronous

In-Company Training

  • Request a budget for in-company training or via the Zoom platform.


  • R$ 2,100.00 in up to 6 installments via credit card


  1. Agile Overview

    The Rise of Agile
    • The Agile Manifesto
    • The principles of the Agile Manifesto
    • Agile Methods
    • Agile vs. traditional project management

  2. Scrum Overview

    Scrum Principles
    • Scrum Aspects
    • Scrum Processes

  3. Scrum Roles

• Essential functions
• Product Owner, Scrum Master and Scrum Team
• Non-essential functions
• Stakeholders, suppliers and Scrum Guidance Body (SGB)

4. Scrum Phases
Plan and estimate
Review and retrospective
5. Escalating Scrum
Escalate Scrum
• Scrum in programs and portfolios
• Scrum Meeting of Scrums (SoS)
• Transition to Scrum
• Map Traditional Roles to Scrum
• Maintain stakeholder involvement
• Importance of executive support

6. Escalate Scrum to Large Projects

• Create components for large projects
• Conduct and coordinate Sprints
• Prepare the release for large projects
• Impact of large projects on fundamental Scrum processes

7. Escalate Scrum for Companies

• Create program or portfolio components
• Review and update the Scrum Guidance Body (SGB)
• Create and refine program or portfolio backlog • Coordinate program or portfolio components • Retrospect Program or Portfolio Releases

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