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SAFe® for Architects

 

Architecting for Continuous Value Flow with SAFe

In SAFe®, architects play a key role in the trio of leaders, including product managers and the Release Train Engineer. These people work together to deliver and guide Agile Release Trains (ARTs) to enable continuous value flow.

 

Attendees learn:

  • How to develop and communicate the architectural vision
  • How to develop solution vision, intent, and roadmaps
  • How to prepare and deliver software effectively and continuously
  • How to lead and coach architects and team members during Program Increment (PI) Planning and execution

 

What’s included:

  • Course workbook and SAFe Studio access to help prepare you to take the certification exam, claim their digital badge, and tools to get started in your SAFe role
  • Remote learning via SAFe® Virtual Classrooms
  • One-year access to SAFe Studio with your first class attendance
    • Platform access to e-learning modules and curated members-only content to support your SAFe transformation
    • Member discussion forms to engage in ongoing conversations on the SAFe framework or how to better perform as part of an Agile Team
    • Curated content-playlists based on your interests and roles, including templated resources and facilitation guides to get you started
  • Access to content, tools, and resources you need to practice SAFe every day
  • SAFe® for Architects certification exam

 

 

SAFe for Architects 6.0 Certification - 16th-19th July

SKU: 2024-07-16-SA
£2,095.00Price
Excluding VAT
  • Location

    This class will be run romtely using Zoom from 9am until 6pm

  • Duration

    4 Days

  • Date

    Tuesday 16th - Friday 19th July 2024

  • About

    Certified SAFe® for Architects, 4-day remote class

    FIn the SAFe® for Architects course, you’ll get the context to align architecture with business value. You’ll understand how system, solution, and enterprise architects collaboratively deliver architectural solutions. And you’ll get the guidance and tools you need to work effectively in remote environments with distributed teams.