Get Certified

Earning a SAFe® certification validates your skills and opens new doors for career advancement.

Seventy-seven percent of certified Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) professionals pursue a SAFe certification for professional development, and 63 percent rely on SAFe certifications to prove their SAFe knowledge. So why should you join them?

Business agility relies on people with the expertise to lead successful transformations. Maybe you want to grow in your role at your current company or seek new career opportunities outside your organization. By earning a SAFe certification, you’ll expand your skills and experience and be empowered to play a key role in driving business transformation.

Steps to get certified

Attend a Course
Find the right course for you on our training calendar

Learn, Study, Practice
Use the articles, videos and enablement resources

Take the Exam
Pass the exam and display your digital badge


Average salary increase for IT professionals who obtained a new certification1


Share of companies that are “just getting started” with Agile, indicating a large market opportunity for certified SAFe professionals2


Share of certified professionals who agree they’ve experienced greater demand for their skills since becoming certified3

Curious about the exams? Have a question about practice tests?

Wondering what you get with your Certified SAFe Membership?

Increase or expand your influence on SAFe transformations

“IT Professionals with one certification have 2.5 times the influence on strategic IT projects.”

Increase or expand your influence on SAFe transformations

“IT Professionals with two to five certifications have as much professional influence after three years as IT professionals with no certifications after six years.”

Next Step: Become an SPC

Accelerate your SAFe journey and demonstrate your value as an Agile and SAFe coach by training others. Become a Certified SAFe® 5 Program Consultant (SPC).

“The amount of support that’s available is really extensive, and fits with a lot of different learning models. That’s been one of the best things about working at AmEx and working with [Scaled Agile], is that we have that wide variety of learning opportunities available to us.”
—Oden Hughes, Director of Enterprise Agility Success

1  Global Knowledge IT Skills and Salary Report
2  Credly labor market insights