SAFe for Teams

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What does a high-performing team member of an Agile Release Train (ART) do? Get the details on the ART, how it delivers value, and what you can do to be an effectively team member using Scrum, Kanban, and XP.

When the class is over you’ll know how to write stories and break down features, plan and execute iterations, plan Program Increments; we’ll also cover the continuous delivery pipeline and DevOps culture.

With a proven framework, you can deliver solutions much faster and with less effort. Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) defines the roles, teams, activities, and artifacts to apply Lean and Agile principles at enterprise scale, and provides outstanding training and coaching materials to increase our chance of success.

SAFe Certification opens new doors for both professional and career development. Whether individuals are looking to expand their role at their current company or are seeking new career opportunities outside of the organization, holding a SAFe Certification validates that individuals have the skills needed to help scale Agile. The role-based curriculum within the Scaled Agile Professional Certification Program enables individuals to embark on a learning journey that provides a natural progression from entry-level SAFe Practitioner to SAFe expert.

While all members of the SAFe Community Platform can access a public CoP, a SAFe Certification grants access to a CoP that is exclusively for members that hold a certification. This provides them with invaluable networking opportunities with knowledgeable, experienced professionals, including SAFe Fellows and SAFe Program Consultant Trainers (SPCTs), who can offer a unique perspective on some of the most challenging implementation obstacles.

Certification SAFe Practitioner Certification PDUs 15/ SEUs Eligible

Course Duration 2 days

Receive 1 year membership to SAFe Community

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