Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Agilist
ASPE is proud to be a Gold Level partner with Scaled Agile, the exclusive certifying body for the Scaled Agile Framework.
Become a Certified Scaled Agile Framework Agilist (SAFe)
The Leading Scaled Agile Framework course is your first step towards earning your Scaled Agile Framework Agilist (SA) certification. Other pre-requisites include more than five years of experience in software development, testing, business analysis, product or project management as well as experience in Scrum. Upon taking the two-day Scaled Agile Framework Course, you are eligible to complete the SAFe certification exam to earn your SAFe Agilist (SA) certification. The cost of the exam is included in your course tuition. SAFe certification exam questions center around:
- Lean Thinking and Agile Development principles
- SAFe ScrumXP to improve team structure, code quality and team scale
- Agile Release Trains to focus on common delivery
- Agile Portfolio Management
- Agile Architecture for scaling methodology and approach
- Scaling Leadership to build better systems
As more and more organizations look to scale Agile, be one of the select group of professionals who have a SAFe certification to back-up their hands-on experience. This two-day SAFe certification course will show you how to successfully scale Agile principals across your organization by utilizing Lean thinking practices and Product Development Flow techniques.
As a Certified SA, your ability to apply various agile frameworks to current projects and teams will pay dividends when planning, producing and delivering software technology. The principles of SAFe are will help you define all aspects of a project but learning how to apply it effectively and properly with your teams and adopting these principles across teams is essential. ASPE provides the training that will ensure your success as a Certified Scaled Agile Framework Agilist.
These skills and knowledge are highly recommended to successfully pass the exam:
Attending the Leading SAFe (SA) is required before attempting the exam.