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CST Trainer for a MNC


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Job Description

A Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) is an experienced and highly skilled professional responsible for training individuals and organizations in the principles and practices of Scrum, an agile framework for project management. The CST plays a crucial role in facilitating learning experiences that enable teams and organizations to adopt and implement Scrum effectively. The job description for a Certified Scrum Trainer typically includes the following responsibilities and qualifications:


  1. Training Delivery:

    • Conduct Scrum training sessions for diverse audiences, including teams, managers, and executives.

    • Design and develop training materials, curriculum, and exercises to effectively communicate Scrum concepts.

    • Customize training content to meet the specific needs and context of different organizations.

  2. Coaching and Mentoring:

    • Provide guidance and coaching to individuals and teams on applying Scrum principles in their work.

    • Offer ongoing support and mentorship to help organizations navigate challenges and optimize their Scrum implementation.

  3. Certification Support:

    • Assist participants in preparing for and successfully completing Scrum certification exams.

    • Stay updated on the latest changes to Scrum and related certifications to ensure accurate and current training content.

  4. Collaboration with Stakeholders:

    • Work closely with organizational leaders, managers, and teams to understand their goals and challenges.

    • Collaborate with other agile professionals and stakeholders to foster a culture of continuous improvement.

  5. Continuous Learning:

    • Stay abreast of industry trends, best practices, and emerging methodologies in agile and Scrum.

    • Attend conferences, workshops, and other learning events to enhance personal and professional development.

  6. Feedback and Improvement:

    • Solicit feedback from training participants to continuously improve training materials and delivery methods.

    • Participate in communities of practice and forums to share knowledge and insights with other agile practitioners.


  1. Certifications:

    • Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) designation is mandatory.

    • Additional certifications such as Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) are often preferred.

  2. Experience:

    • Significant hands-on experience in applying Scrum in various contexts.

    • Previous experience as a Scrum Master, Agile Coach, or in a similar role is highly desirable.

  3. Communication Skills:

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively convey complex concepts to diverse audiences.

  4. Interpersonal Skills:

    • Strong interpersonal and facilitation skills to engage and inspire participants during training sessions.

  5. Adaptability:

    • Ability to adapt training approaches to different learning styles and organizational cultures.

  6. Continuous Improvement Mindset:

    • A commitment to personal and professional development, with a mindset focused on continuous improvement.

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