Facilitate Collaboration and Coach High-Performance Agile Teams
The Agile Coaching Track focuses on cultivating the mindset and skills needed for effective facilitation, coaching, mentoring, and teaching an Agile team. You learn the most effective ways to work with Agile teams so they can succeed in self-organisation and deliver consistent value.
This track consists of two knowledge-based certifications: Agile Team Facilitation and Agile Coaching. The top-level certification in the track is the ICAgile Certified Expert in Agile Coaching, which demonstrates your ability to facilitate Agile practices while enabling the success of teams and organisations in an Agile environment.
Course 3648 prepares you for the Agile Coaching certification. Course 3649 prepares you for the Agile Team Facilitation certification.
Attend Course 918, Agile Fundamentals: Scrum, Kanban, Lean and XP
Earn the Certification in the ICAgile Agile Coaching Track:
To obtain ICAgile certification, students will need to pass the end-of-class exam
Once notification of passing the exam has been received, contact Learning Tree's customer service to request registration with ICAgile
Before becoming ICAgile Certified Expert (ICE) in Agile Coaching, you must first achieve the following certifications:
ICAgile Certified Professional (ICP)
ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile Team Facilitation (ICP-ATF)
ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile Coaching (ICP-ACC)
Once you’ve obtained the above-mentioned certifications, you can pursue the ICAgile Certified Expert (ICE) certification in Agile Coaching directly through ICAgile. ICE certifications are recognised and respected by Agile thought leaders as an endorsement of genuine competence. They are only awarded to professionals who demonstrate competence real-time in front of an expert panel.
Maintain Your Certification:
ICAgile does not require certification renewal at this time
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