Attend this Agile Team Facilitation Training course and learn how collaborative workshops can be planned, organized, and run; and how each team member can contribute to achieving maximum effectiveness - while identifying potential pitfalls and how to avoid and address these. This course will also assist you in addressing aspects of your role to build capability across the wider team.
Plus, pass the post-course exam and earn Certification in Agile Team Facilitation (ICP-ATF) from the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile). ICP-ATF is one of three Professional certifications needed to achieve ICAgile Certified Expert (ICE) in Agile Coaching.
Agile Team Facilitation Training Delivery Methods
Agile Team Facilitation Training Information
In this ICP-ATF Certification course, you will learn how to:
- Apply facilitation skills in collaborative work environments.
- Use a variety of tools and techniques and the context in which they are useful.
- Facilitate the various agile work practices.
- Help collaborative teams on their Agile journey in the role of the Iteration Manager (Scrum Master)
ICP-ATF Certification Training Prerequisites
You will need to have completed formal Agile training such as Learning Tree course 918, Agile Fundamentals Training, and have at least 12 months of experience working in an Agile team.
ICP-ATF Certification Information
ICAgile accredited course: The ICP-ATF Certification from ICAgile is granted on completing this course and passing the Learning Tree Exam.
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Project Management Institute® approved: This course is accredited with PMI® for 18 PDUs (Professional Development Units).
Agile Team Facilitation Training Outline
- Define agile team facilitation
- Team facilitation behaviors
- Assess your ability to serve the team
- Call for more advanced coaching skill
- Assess team health cognitively, physically, interpersonally, and level of safety
- Intervention steps and dealing with dysfunction
- Identify purpose of the various meetings
- Design effective workshops
- Navigating conflict
- Generating ideas and alternatives
- Setting goals and objectives
- Develop meeting structure and ground rules
- Stages of facilitation
- Team formation stages
- Agile attitudes to adjust mindset
- Facilitator's role in Agile lifecycle
- Agile Iteration Manager and PM complimentary roles
- Team delivery metrics, not comparing teams