Scrum.org have renamed 2 of their courses as follows:
Professional Scrum Foundations (PSF) IS NOW Applying Professional Scrum (APS)
Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) IS NOW Applying Professional Scrum For Software Development (APS-SD)
The names changes have been a long time coming in order to better communicate the intention and positioning of each course. The new names also pave the way for more courses in the Applying Professional Scrum series to follow.
The course content for both courses remains unchanged. The related assessments and certification are also unchanged. For PSF/APS you still get attempts at the PSM I assessment and certification. For PSD/APS-SD you still get attempts at the PSD assessment and certification.
Find out more and see our upcoming public course dates for Applying Professional Scrum (APS) and Applying Professional Scrum For Software Development (APS-SD) courses.
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