SAFe® Remote Training

SAFe® 6.0 Product Owner/Product Manager

Develop the skill sets needed to guide the delivery of value in a Lean Enterprise by becoming a SAFe® Product Owner/Product Manager (POPM).

During this two-day course, attendees gain an in-depth understanding of how to effectively perform their role in the Agile Release Train (ART) as it delivers value through Planning Intervals (PI). Attendees explore how to apply Lean thinking to decompose Epics into Features and Stories, refine Features and Stories, manage ART and Team backlogs, and plan and execute Iterations and Planning Intervals. Attendees also discover how the Continuous Delivery Pipeline and DevOps culture contribute to the relentless improvement of the ART.

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SAFe® 6.0 Advanced Scrum Master

Advancing Scrum Master servant leadership with SAFe®

This two-day course prepares current Scrum Masters for their leadership role in facilitating Agile team, ART, and enterprise success in a SAFe® implementation. Explore facilitation of cross-team interactions in support of ART execution and relentless improvement. Expand the Scrum paradigm with an introduction to scalable engineering and DevOps practices, the application of Kanban to facilitate the flow of value, and supporting interactions with architects, product management, and other critical stakeholders. Learn actionable tools for building high-performing teams and explore practical ways of addressing Agile and Scrum anti-patterns in the enterprise.

SAFe® 6.0 Release Train Engineer

Facilitating Lean-Agile program execution

During this advanced three-day course, you will gain an in-depth understanding of the role and responsibilities of a Release Train Engineer (RTE) in the SAFe® enterprise. Through experiential learning, you will examine the RTE role in a Lean- Agile transformation. You will learn how to facilitate ART processes and execution, coach leaders, teams, and Scrum Masters in new processes and mindsets. You will also learn how to prepare, plan, and execute a Planning Interval (PI) planning event, the primary enabler of alignment throughout all levels of a SAFe® organization.

SAFe® 6.0 Lean Portfolio Management

Aligning strategy with execution

In this course, you will gain the practical tools and techniques necessary to implement the Lean Portfolio Management functions of Strategy and Investment Funding, Agile Portfolio Operations, and Lean Governance.

You will have the opportunity to capture the current and future state of the portfolio with the Portfolio Canvas tool and identify important business initiatives for achieving the future state. You’ll be able to establish portfolio flow with the Portfolio Kanban and prioritize initiatives for maximum economic benefit. The course also provides insights on how to establish Value Stream Budgets and Lean Budget Guardrails and measure the Lean portfolio performance.


SAFe® 6.0 Architect

With SAFe® 6.0 Architect Certification Based on version 6.0 of SAFe®

Attendees can improve collaboration and alignment in a SAFe® Lean-Agile enterprise when they become a SAFe® Architect. The SAFe® for Architects course prepares System, Solution, and Enterprise Architects to engage across the organization as effective leaders and change agents who collaboratively deliver architectural solutions. During this three-day course, attendees will explore the roles, responsibilities, and mindset of Agile Architects, and appreciate how to align architecture with business value and drive continuous flow to large systems of systems while supporting SAFe® execution.

SAFe® 5.0 Government Practitioner

Applying Lean-Agile practices in the public sector with SAFe®

Challenges of legacy governance, contracting, and organizational barriers can be overcome with the right information and strategies. During this two-day course, attendees will learn the principles and practices of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), how to execute and release value through Agile Release Trains, and what it means to lead a Lean-Agile transformation of a program inside a government agency.

SAFe® 6.0 for Teams

Establishing team agility for Agile Release Trains

During this two-day course, you will gain an in-depth understanding of the ART, how it delivers value, and what you can do to effectively perform the role using Scrum, Kanban, and Extreme Programming (XP). You will also learn how to write stories and break down features, plan and execute iterations, and plan together on a cadence within PIs. Finally, you’ll learn about the continuous delivery pipeline and DevOps culture, how to effectively integrate with other teams, and what it takes to continuously improve the train.

Leading SAFe® 6.0

Thriving in the digital age with business agility

Gain the insights you need to lead a Lean-Agile enterprise using SAFe® and its underlying principles—and help your organization master business agility to thrive in competitive markets.

SAFe® 6.0 Scrum Master

Applying the Scrum Master role within a SAFe® enterprise

Build your skills as a high-performing team member of an Agile Release Train (ART)—and prepare to support the facilitation of ART and team events— when you become a SAFe® Scrum Master (SSM).

SAFe® 6.0 Agile Product Management

Use Design Thinking to create valuable products in the Lean Enterprise

Discover and apply the mindset, skills, and tools you need to create successful products and solutions that are desirable, viable, feasible, and sustainable.

SAFe® 5.0 Agile Software Engineering

Enabling technical agility for the Lean enterprise

In this course you’ll learn about foundational principles and practices on how continuous flow of value delivery and built-in quality are enabled in different ways.

SAFe® 6.0 DevOps

Optimize Your Value Streams

To compete in a disruptive global market, every organization needs to deliver valuable technology solutions at the speed of business. This requires a shared DevOps mindset among all the people needed to define, build, test, deploy, and release software-driven systems—not just the engineers operating a CI/CD pipeline.

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