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The Agile Coach Bootcamp
A 5 day Agile Immersion for Experienced Agilists
The Agile Coach Bootcamp combines the new Agile Facilitator class with the 3-day version of Coaching Agile Teams, taking place over 5 days and evenings in a retreat setting. There will be 3 Bootcamp leaders to guide you on a comprehensive experience, resulting in class certifications in Agile Facilitation & Coaching by International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile) and 40 SEUs by the Scrum Alliance. The primary class components of the Bootcamp are:
The Agile Facilitator: Catalyzing Collaboration, Delivering Results
Coaching Agile Teams: The Mindset and Skills of Great Agile Coaching
The two classes are woven together into a single, intensive and immersive experience that will catapult your agile coaching skills and results to new levels. You will leave a different person!
What's included in the course:
All Meals - (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
The two courses
Lodging (double occupancy for 5 nights)
We suggest you fully immerse in the retreat vibe and the ease of being "there" and being focused by committing to Lodging at the retreat center. It is included in your registration on a double occupancy basis (note: you will have to pay for your room if you want single occupancy and there are a limited number).
Who Would Benefit from the Bootcamp
Beginning ScrumMasters, Agile Project Managers or Iteration Managers well versed in the agile basics and who have experienced an agile team. You must have actual experience to benefit from the bootcamp because we use your real life experiences throughout.
Experienced ScrumMasters, Agile Project Managers or Iteration Managers.
Agile Coaches who want increased facilitation and coaching skills and the results that can provide.
Any experienced agilist interested in bringing more rigor and structure to their facilitation of Agile ceremonies and other collaborative events.
Any experienced agilist who wants to help people and teams achieve the changes it takes to use agile well.