SAFe® Advanced Scrum Master Trainings & Certification Courses

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Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is a structure that has been designed to successfully implement Agile models at the enterprise level. This framework is targeted to those who aspired to master how to handle people working under them and ensure to maintain high quality value products continually.

Now that you have mastered the techniques required to be a Scrum Master, let’s take a further step to understand and learn the advanced concepts of the advanced concepts of Scrum Master Course to take up leadership roles and contribute to the success of the Scrum enterprises.

Pre-requisites to attend this course –

This workshop is designed primarily on the existing Certified Scrum Master, Agile certified coaches, Team leads and Managers who will be accountable for the Agile executions and mentor their Teams.

Once you have completed this course, you should be able to:
• Implement these principles to assist and train the multiple Scrum teams
• Expand your understanding of SAFe values and Agile principles
• Guide your teams to form a high-performing team to succeed in a scaled agile environment
• Setting up the adoption of the Agile architectures

Participants who pass the exam will be certified as SAFe Advanced Scrum Master (SASM) Enroll soon to attend an upcoming SASM Course!

  • SAFE® 4.0 ADVANCED SCRUM MASTER COURSE TRAINING In Delhi, India

    From December 10, 2016 06:23 until December 11, 2016 08:23
    • At: Pune Maharashtra 411001, India
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    • Categories: Agile & Scrum - other programs - SAFe Agilist, Agile and Scrum – other programs, Agile n Scrum - SAFe® Advanced Scrum Master
    • Tags: Classroom training, Duration 2 Days
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