What does it mean to be part of an Agile team on an Agile Release Train (ART) that delivers value to customers? SAFe® for Teams covers the tactical skills to be a high-performing member of an ART. The course also gives you the guidance and tools you need to work effectively in remote environments with distributed teams. Get the most out of your learning experience by taking it in context with your team and other teams on your Agile Release Train.
SAFe for Teams will teach you all about your role on an Agile team and how your team works with others as part of an ART. You'll learn how to plan and execute work, how to apply Scaled Agile Framework® and Agile principles, and how to continuously improve. Taking Scaled Agile Framework® for Teams with your team will empower all of you with the collective knowledge to collaborate effectively, do the best possible work, and hit the ground running before your next planning event.
Attending the class prepares individuals to take the exam and become a certified SAFe® Practitioner (SP). Completion of this course gives you access to the exam and all related study materials as part of your Learning Plan in the SAFe Community Platform. More Exam Details.
Training is useful for
Program and Project Managers
Directors, Team Leaders
Scrum Masters, Product Owners
Agile Coaches and Candidates
Product and Product Line Managers
SAFe® for Teams answers the questions:
How does an Agile team function inside of an ART?
How do we as an Agile team plan and execute iterations and the PI?
How do we work with other teams on the ART to effectively deliver value?
Completion of this course gives you access to the exam and all related study materials as part of your Learning Plan in the SAFe Community Platform. Note that attending the course does not guarantee passing the exam.
After training support
At the end of the training, each participant is invited to a closed group on Slack, where they can ask the trainers any questions, as well as learn about exclusive offers.
A letter with additional materials, a list of articles and literature for self-study.