When you become a scrum master, the first thing you need to master is the art of facilitation. Its a unique way of handling scrum ceremonies, one to one discussions, other team meetings where every participants is able to contribute without fear or objections. Outcome of a scrum meeting would often decide how the team is going to collaborate on its future journey.
At our two day Certified Agile Facilitator (ICP-ATF) workshop we help you develop the skill of facilitation for outcome. It’s a unique experiential learning which every scrum master must go through. Facilitation is a critical skill not only for your scrum master role but in your personal life as well.
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This workshop would be your stepping stone for a successful career as Scrum Master and a future as Agile coach.
What is covered
The two day agile facilitation workshop will cover tools and techniques to help you effectively design scrum ceremonies, Group discussions, client collaboration meetings. This workshop is based on the learning objective defined by ICAgile
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Who should join this batch?
This 2 day workshop is for scrum team members, scrum masters, Agile coaches, Agile leaders and project managers who wants to master the skill of facilitation.
This is an interactive training; there is no exam post this workshop. The certificate is awarded based on the evaluation by trainer; you will receive it from ICAgile post two days of your training.
Benefits and Deliverables
The Two day workshop will have following deliverables –
- Hard copy of facilitation course content
- 15 Category C SEUs
- 16 PDUs for PMI renewal
Q. What is the certifying body and how valued is this course?
A.This course is accredited to international consortium of Agile, a renowned global organization promoting Agile and Scrum World over. This Certification is part of Agile coaching track and valued worldwide for scrum master and Agile roles. iZenbridge is an REP of ICAGile.
Q. Do you recommend this workshop for traditional project managers?
A. The ICAgile ATF workshop is recommended for anyone who wish to improve their facilitation skills. Its a critical success factor for scrum masters, project managers and agile leaders.
Q. Is there any pre-requisites defined by ICagile for taking this training?
A.None, as such. But still if you have a great understanding of agile and scrum or you are already playing the role of a scurm master or project manager you will learn the skills which you can immediately apply. If you have some doubts about your eligibility criteria, get in touch with us for clarification.
Q. How the certification process works? Please elaborate the steps involved.
A. This is an interactive workshop; no theoretical/objective test can sufficiently test your facilitation skills. The trainer demonstrates the art of facilitation via various assignments, exercises, individual role plays etc. Your evaluation will be done by trainer and would be submitted to ICAgile post training completion. The certificate is awarded in 2 days post submission.
Q. What is the validity and renewal process?
A. You earn this certificate for a life-time, no renewal is required.
Q. Is there any pre-training study material?
A. No. If you are already working as scrum master, just walk in. In case you are not using scrum in your current role, you may quickly revise your basics of agile and scrum.
Q. How often do you have this training in Delhi?
A. Our workshops are repeated at the gap of 6 weeks. The current schedule is available on the website, if you are unable to attend the current batch, drop an email to sales@izenbridge, we will keep you posted about our future workshops.
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