Agile Certifications

With over 250 Agile certifications available, it’s worthwhile to do some research before deciding which one is right for you.

Certified Enterprise Coach

Certified Enterprise Coach

Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coaches partner at the leadership level to help navigate the ambitious process of becoming an agile organization. Change doesn’t happen overnight; it requires commitment and a shift in perspective. CECs help leadership (and subsequently team members) remove the barriers so the company can embrace the transformation using a customized approach to achieve sustainable agility.What also doesn’t happen overnight is obtaining a CEC. As a candidate, you must demonstrate years of experience as a hands-on organizational change agent working across multiple teams and organizational boundaries using professional coaching frameworks and practices.

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Certified SAFe Agilist

Certified SAFe Agilist

A Certified SAFe Agilist (SA) is a Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) enterprise leadership professional who is part of a Lean-Agile transformation.

Key areas of competency
Apply SAFe to scale Lean and Agile development in the enterprise
Apply Lean-Agile Mindset and principles
Plan and successfully execute Program Increments
Execute and release value through Agile Release Trains
Build an Agile portfolio with Lean-Agile budgeting

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Certified SAFe Architect

Certified SAFe Architect

A Certified SAFe Architect is an effective leader and change agent who delivers Agile Architecture to enable the creation of business value. Key areas of competency include: applying SAFe principles to develop and maintain Agile Architecture and release on demand, leading and supporting Solution Trains and Agile Release Trains, extending the principles driving continuous flow to large systems-of-systems, and enabling improved flow of value.

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Certified SAFe DevOps Practitioner

Certified SAFe DevOps Practitioner

A Certified SAFe DevOps Practitioner (SDP) is a SAFe professional responsible for improving the complete flow of value through a Continuous Delivery Pipeline from idea to operational solution. Key areas of responsibility include participating in Continuous Exploration, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, Release-on-Demand, continuous testing, continuous security, and building a culture of shared responsibility.

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Certified SAFe Government Practitioner

Certified SAFe Government Practitioner

A Certified SAFe Government Practitioner (SGP) is a SAFe change agent who uses principles and practices of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) to execute and release value through Agile Release Trains (ARTs) in order to lead a Lean-Agile transformation of a program inside a government agency.

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