You’ve probably heard about the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), which was created by the Agile Alliance to help companies make agile transitions and scale agile practices, but what exactly does that mean? And how can your company benefit from it? If you’re looking to find out more about the Leading SAFe course, you should attend the SAFe® 5.1 Scaled Agile Training Seminar, which can help you get ahead of the competition and learn best practices from experienced agilists.
What to Expect From the Course
In our SAFe Agilist certification training, you will learn: what an Agilist is and gain proficiency in Agile development principles, tools, and practices associated with Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®). You’ll leave confident that you can plan an Agile initiative properly with a clear vision of your goals, tactics to get there and metrics to track progress over time and execute successfully on your goals through iteration management.
It’s like a Lean Six Sigma course for Scrum Mavens. Our classroom instruction comes from real-world trainers who are also practicing SAFe® coaches (that means they apply their training both in class and at work), so participants get complete industry coverage for projects both large and small.
What You Will Learn
To lead others effectively you need to understand what they are capable of achieving and be able to communicate your vision and expectations so that they know what is expected from them and feel empowered to achieve it.
To do that effectively you need first-hand experience using Scrum with a team that delivers business value in production every day in an enterprise environment, and then you will appreciate how practical skills are achieved through mastery, which comes from working on increasingly challenging tasks. You will also become familiar with Scrum theory: its principles, practices, roles & responsibilities, and its underpinning values within an Agile culture.
How Will it Help Me?
Businesses are facing more pressure than ever to meet shorter deadlines, keep pace with technological advancements and stay on top of industry trends that change quickly. People who can adapt their strategies and approaches to accommodate these demands will be able to better serve their customers—and therefore stand out in a competitive field.
The Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) provides companies with clear guidelines for scaling agile methodologies across projects, teams, and organizations so they can be more flexible and productive over time. This two-day course covers everything from how SAFe features such as portfolio management, product development lifecycle, value streams, and enterprise architecture enable agility at every level to best practices for building effective cross-functional teams and scaling them over time so you get better results for less money than ever before!
Who Should Attend
Anyone who has a stake in achieving project success on complex enterprise Agile programs including product owners, solution architects, business analysts, development managers, coaches, and practitioners in multiple roles, across multiple teams and locations can benefit from Agile Leadership Certification training.
This includes anyone leading or interested in leadership roles on enterprise agile transformation programs including Scrum Masters who want to coach their organization to higher levels of performance and agility.
More than just an introductory course, our courses provide an opportunity for you to apply new skills and share experiences with fellow professionals committed to Agility! Learn best practices in current strategies for Lean-Agile framework implementation along with proven solutions to program challenges.
When Can I Register?
At this time, there is no specific date for when you can register for SAFe Agilist Certification (SAC) training. That said, any current course that is in Beta would be available to register for online once it is released by Scaled Agile, Inc (SAI).
Also please keep in mind that SAC training is also an investment and although very similar to our Lean-Agile Certified Practitioner or LACP program we offer today I would recommend sitting on your hands as soon as it becomes available so you can ensure your spots before word getting out and there being long waiting lists before they officially release it later.
How Much Does It Cost?
Thousands of dollars, but you can save 50% or more! Save on classroom training when you register early. This live virtual classroom experience is packed with valuable information and is a must-attend for anyone serious about becoming a SAFe® 5.1 certified Agilist (SAFe Agilist certification). Sign up before October 2, 2018, and save $250 off your training, bringing it down to just $695 per seat!
The Agile community recently celebrated the release of version 5.1 of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). This agile framework has helped many teams improve their agility, and SAFe® 5.1 Training can help you do the same. Certified SAFe® instructors are ready to deliver your SAFe training, whether you’re looking to get trained in-house or online.
Other Things I Should Know?
This is a very large training class, so it’s important to get there early to ensure you find a seat and can follow along. With 40+ hours of content plus exercises for each module, you’ll want as much room as possible for taking notes and scribbling down what’s important in each exercise.
Most questions during exercises will be answered in real-time, but if not you can always post questions on Google Docs that should be answered before or after class. Questions asked during breaks or outside of training will likely not be answered since they don’t apply to everyone’s learning experience and can slow down our pace significantly.
If you’re an Agilist who wants to stay ahead of the curve, it’s time to get certified with SAFe 5.1 Training by Scaled Agile, LLC. In this course, you’ll learn everything you need to know to help your organization become more agile, including the latest best practices in Agile/Scrum, using SAFe as an enterprise framework, and delivering value quickly while reducing waste—all while keeping a focus on business outcomes.