Are you a CSM® certified professional? As a Certified ScrumMaster® you are now ready to help the Scrum team perform at the highest level while protecting them from both internal and external distractions. Further, the certification helps you to:
But it’s not enough to be CSM® certified. You need to maintain your certification to continue your CSM® journey.
After working hard to earn your CSM® certification, you need to avoid its lapse by renewing it every 2 years. You are required to earn a certain amount of Scrum Education Units® (SEUs) in order to validate your participation and continued proficiency in the fundamental principles and practices of Scrum. All the SEUs must be earned within the past 2 years. You also need to pay a renewal fee.
The SEU requirements and renewal fees that you need to pay for renewing your CSM® certification are as follows:
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These 20 SEUs can be earned by you in the following ways:
You need to be within 6 months of your current CSM® certification date. Further, you need to follow these steps in order to renew your CSM® certification:
Step 1: Log in to your certification account.
Step 2: Click on the ‘certification dashboard’ which you can find in the settings.
Step 3: Pay your renewal fee by scrolling to the ‘Actions’ window and click the renewal link.
You can reap the following benefits by renewing your CSM® certification:
Your CSM® certification credential lasts for only two years. This blog discusses all that you should keep in mind to maintain your CSM® credential. The renewal opens your door to various career advancement opportunities. Also, it helps to promote your achievements by displaying your digital badge.
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