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SAFe Agilist (SA) Training
SAFe Agilist Certification
Mostly in every organization, the Agile journey starts with a small team, and once there is achievement in the venture, the basic for scaling becomes quite evident. The SAFe Agilist Certification program is for managers, executives and Agile change agents who are answerable for leading a Lean/Agile variation initiative in a large software enterprise. By getting this certification, you show your knowledge in applying the Scaled Agile Framework, lean thinking, and product development flow principles in an enterprise framework.
In this two-day SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) training course, you will increase the knowledge essential to lead an enterprise-level Agile transformation by leveraging SAFe and its basic principles of Lean thinking and Product Development Flow.
Certification isn’t just about joining a course. It’s about gaining the information and tools to be effective at relating the Scaled Agile Framework in your business context. Taking this safe training course satisfies the requirement for the SA Certification and makes you to pass the exam.
Become a Certified SAFe Agilist
Those who wish to follow certification in SAFe are eligible to complete the exam to earn the SAFe Agilist certification. As more organizations look to scale Agile, the recognition of your awareness and experience is appreciated both to you and others. Attendees will develop an accepting of how the principles and practices of the framework support Lean thinking, Agile Portfolio Management, Agile Development, SAFe ScrumXP, Agile Release Train, Agile Scaling and Architecture Leadership. Whether at the program, team, or portfolio level, attendees will be capable to explain and implement the practices essential to achieve business and practical alignment and consistent, justifiable delivery of value.
Who should attend
By the end of this SA training course, attendees will be able to:
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