If you’ve completed the Implementing SAFe® course, you’ve taken the first step toward becoming a Certified SAFe® Practice Consultant (SPC). There’s a growing demand for Agile coaches and trainers, especially among Global 2000 enterprises. So the value of an SPC certification is greater now than ever before.
Haven’t completed the Implementing SAFe course yet?
Join SAFe Studio! As an Agile coach and certified SAFe professional, it’s your go-to resource for all things SAFe. Build your SPC knowledge, expand your network, manage your Agile SAFe certification(s), and so much more.
SAFe Studio members enjoy exclusive access to essential training, Agile SAFe certification, and Agile coaching resources, including:
Performance toolkits for successful SAFe transformations and implementations
Enablement videos explaining how to use performance toolkits and teach SAFe courses
Professional development videos to enhance your skills as an Agile coach and trainer
Communities of practice where you can connect with other SAFe Studio members
Watch this video for a tour of the SAFe Studio, and learn how to access these valuable Agile coaching resources.
Accelerate your SAFe adoption and demonstrate your value as an Agile coach by training others. A certified SPC in good standing can teach more than a dozen different courses if validated. SPCs can also coach and co-train Implementing SAFe® classes with co-trainer approval. If you decide to continue your learning journey and become a certified SPCT or iSPCT, you can train other SPCs.
Visit the SAFe Experts Program page to learn more about the options available to you on your journey as a SAFe certified Agile coach.
“Philips is continuously driving to develop high-quality software in a predictable, fast and Agile way. SAFe addresses this primary goal, as well as offering these further benefits: reduced time to market and improved quality, stronger alignment across geographically distributed multi-disciplinary teams, and collaboration across teams to deliver meaningful value to customers with reduced cycle time.”