Aug. 23, 2013

The first Italian Certified Scrum Product Owner training

The first Italian language CSPO training in Bologna has created a new class of Certified Scrum Product Owners

One of the main activities of agile42 team between coaching assignments is to train new Scrum professionals and prepare them for Scrum Alliance certifications. Trainings are usually done in English but local communities can often enjoy a local-language course thanks to the network of coaches from different countries. It's therefore been a thrill to witness the first Certified Scrum Product Owner training completely in Italian, run by Andrea Tomasini and Roberto Bettazzoni in Bologna at the end of July.

The training offered the full agile42 treatment consisting of background information about Lean, Agile and Scrum, teamwork games, interactive sessions with questions and answers and a full "startup" vibe for a class of 24 participants – coming from places as diverse as Florence and Canton Ticino. Thanks to everyone who took part, here's a photo gallery of the two days.

The next official Italian CSPO will be held on September 9, again in Bologna. Please check our training list for more dates, cities and language options for all certification courses by the coaches of agile42!

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Alessio Bragadini

Web community manager of agile42, trying to post relevant, informational, fun bits of content on the blog and social networks
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Alessio Bragadini

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