Professional Flow Metrics for Scrum
Prove Your Kanban Knowledge and Get Certified
The Professional Flow Metrics for Scrum (PFMS) assessment is available to anyone who wishes to validate their depth of knowledge of using flow metrics for scrum teams or within a scrum framework. Those who pass the assessment will receive the industry recognized PFMS Certification to demonstrate their knowledge of applying flow metrics to scrum events.
Taking a course is not required and if you feel that you already possess a high level of knowledge, understanding of metrics, and how to apply them to scrum, you have the option to take the PFMS assessment directly. However, there are courses available to help you prepare for the assessment and gain a stronger understanding of practices.
Prepare for the Assessment
The assessment is difficult; preparation is required to achieve a passing score. Reading the Scrum Guide alone isn’t typically enough preparation and we recommend reviewing the following content:
– We have curated a list of learning resources that are specifically geared toward toward helping our users to be successful in taking the PFMS assessment – you can find those HERE!
To protect the integrity of the certification process, ProKanban.org does not share information about the specific questions that were answered correctly or incorrectly.
Number of Questions – 45
Time Limit – 60 minutes
Passing Score – 85%
To proceed, please click the button below to purchase one attempt at the assessment. Upon successful purchase, you will be emailed the link to take the assessment as well as a personalized access code for your one attempt. If you have any questions or problems, please contact us and we will get back to as soon as we are able. Thank You!
If you have already purchased your assessment and have your access code available, then you can proceed directly to take the PAM Assessment HERE
Using the Google Translate plug-in to take the PFMS Assessment
For those of you who are not native English speakers, we have had many assessment takers successfully use the Google Translate Plug-in to help when taking the test. We cannot guarantee the quality of the translation, however feedback has been quite good. Learn more about how to use the plug-in HERE.