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Our four-day ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Team Facilitation training course provides a deep dive into the world of facilitation when working with remote teams, as well as when in person.
Our ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Team Facilitation training course is split into 4 unique half-day (4-hour) modules with additional work provided to support your learning journey – both before and throughout the course. The course focuses on equipping you with new tools, techniques and skills to help you take your remote facilitation skills to the next level with an emphasis on learning through doing and receiving feedback, rather than through theory.
You can expect the following topics to be covered during the ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Team Facilitation training course:
What Will You Learn?
What is Agile Facilitation? – The first module is full of theory, tools and techniques about what agile facilitation is. This includes how to plan successful remote facilitation sessions, what tools might work for you and your team, a development plan for what you’d like to improve in the coming modules, and much more.
Remote Facilitation – This module covers top tips for facilitating various agile events remotely including Iteration Planning, Reviews and Retrospectives along with Daily Sync events. However, the main focus for the rest of the course will be on your facilitation of these events and getting valuable feedback from your peers.
Large Group Facilitation – After covering single team facilitation during this module, we will then explore how to facilitate multi-person/team Iteration Planning, Reviews and Retrospectives events. Once again with a focus on the practical application over theory.
Facilitation based on Team Maturity – The final module explores how facilitation changes as teams grow, with a continued emphasis on honing the remote facilitation skills you have just learned. Ensuring that when you come away, you will have an increased capability when it comes to Agile Team Facilitation.
Our ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Team Facilitation training course consists of 4 x 4-hour sessions. Please note that the start and finish times listed for each of the respective course dates refer to GMT time zone.
ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches or aspiring coaches with a passion for servant leadership and a desire to learn, improve and practise facilitation in service of agile teams.
Other relevant roles include:
There are no conditional pre-requisites for this ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Team Facilitation training course, it is advised that you have some knowledge or experience working in Agile context.
Pre-work will be provided to you upon registration – and will take up to 2 hours to complete. 1 hour of work is also required between each module in order to get the most out of the course.
The ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Team Facilitation training course is assessed by the instructors during the course, there is no exam to be taken. The certification is earned through practice during the course.
Is There A Fee To Renew ICAgile Certifications?
No, ICAgile does not have a certification renewal fee. Their goal is to help people go on an Agile learning journey. Therefore, we encourage professionals to take the next step by pursuing other ICAgile certifications across the ICAgile Road Map.
Our two-day ICAgile - Agile Fundamentals training course will help you to understand the principles of Agile and in particular, Scrum. You will work in teams to produce a piece of work over a series of sprints. In addition to understanding the rules of Scrum, the team will also appreciate how Scrum can be blended with other complementary practices such as Kanban. You will experience the value of cross-functional teams and the benefits that agile frameworks such as Scrum provide.
By the end of the ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Team Facilitation training course, not only will you be more confident in your facilitation but you will also have created new material to share with the wider agile community, and felt what it’s like to be a member of a real agile team.